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Shipping & Receiving Operator - Ethanol Plant

Description

Responsible for unloading raw materials and loading ethanol and distiller s grain, as well as the movement of trucks and rails cars on the plant site. Ensure maximum production quantity and quality while supporting the policies, goals and objectives of the company.
  • Operates and maintains all processes associated with corn receiving, corn storage, product storage, unloading, and loading.
  • Unloads corn from trucks and railcars.
  • Loads ethanol into trucks and railcars.
  • Loads distiller s grains into trucks, railcars, and containers.
  • Takes samples of corn, ethanol, and distiller s grains for testing.
  • Operates plant scale house; probes, analyzes, and grades corn, weighs trucks in and out, enters data into scale house software, issues paperwork to drivers.
  • Operates meters and bulk weighers to facilitate product loading.
  • Operates locomotive or rail mover to move railcars on plant site to facilitate loading and unloading of product.
  • Operates large machinery and equipment such as front end loaders and lifts.
  • Participates in safety, health, and environmental programs.
  • Performs preventive maintenance tasks as required.
  • Performs routine housekeeping duties to maintain a clean work environment.
  • Monitors area equipment and assists with maintenance as required.
  • Communicates regularly with local rail service to facilitate rail movement activities.

This position is hourly nonexempt status, which means you are eligible for overtime pay.

Qualifications

  • High school diploma or GED required.
  • Experience with the movement and loading of rail cars preferred.
  • Experience working with heavy equipment in an industrial environment or grain elevator preferred.
  • Experience with the operation of front-end loaders, forklift trucks, rail movers, man lifts, and related material handling equipment preferred.
  • Experience in the operation of a dry-mill ethanol plant preferred.
  • Experience with standard computer software programs, i. e. Microsoft Outlook and SAP, preferred.



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