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Loader – 1st Shift


This is a Contract position in Marysville, WA posted April 24, 2021.

Principal duties/Roles and responsibilities: Responsible for preparing organic mixes using a heavy equipment loader, pushes piles to ensure segregation of materials and places material in the shakers to ensure the machines have a continuous flow of material.
•Prepares organic mixes by using the Bill of Materials to ensure the correct ingredients are used in the correct proportions•Supplies the line with a continuous supply of material•Pushes piles to ensure setbacks, pile height and stockpile shaping meets the criteria set by the Department of Environmental Health Services•Performs a safety and equipment check before each use of the loader•Receives load tickets from haulers, ensures accuracy, signs, accumulate until the end of the day and forwards the tickets in a neat and clean appearance to the office personnel for inventory entry•Pumps diesel fuel into the loader by an electrical pump and ensures all safety practices are used to prevent injury •Monitors the stock piles for excessive heat, turns stockpiles and ensures the proper amount of water is used to prepare the stockpile for production use•Meets quality and quantity standards•Performs the proper operation and minor maintenance of equipment•Accurately verifies quantity of material. 
Required Skills/Must Have:
•Must have Forklift if they do not have Loader experience. 
•High School Diploma or GED •2-4 years experience in heavy equipment operation

Skills and Competencies:
•Ability to operate and maintain heavy equipment (loader/dozer)•Ability to maintain stockpile slopes to ensure safe work environment•Ability to sit in a loader for many hours in a dusty, hot environment •Ability to climb into and out of equipment repeatedly•Knowledge of safe practice and procedures•Ability to read English and/or follow instructions, and communicate effectively

Education: High School

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