Houston - Manufacturing
Full Time
Houston, TX
(0 miles)
$16.65 / hr
Production Workers
Essential Functions: Set up and shut down machine according to specifications of work order. Operator follows work instructions and produces required quantity of films Works on different types of equipment to carry out a particular phase of the production cycle Must produce rolls within required quality specification Is responsible for taking care of routine machine maintenance and keeping work area in neat condition Follows all safety rules regarding machine operation and proper guarding. Deliver scrap to the Erema or the warehouse for processing
12 Hour Shifts Rotating Days and Nights Every Other Month Shift Schedule Example
Week 1: Tues/Wed/Sat/Sun (48 Hours) Week 2: Mon/Thurs/Fri (36 Hours) Week 3: Tues/Wed/Sat/Sun (48 Hours) Week 4: Mon/Thurs/Fri (36 Hours)
Illinois Tool Works (ITW) (NYSE: ITW) is a Fortune 200 global multi-industrial manufacturing leader with revenues totaling $14.3 billion in 2017. The company's seven industry-leading segments leverage the unique ITW Business Model to drive solid growth with best-in-class margins and returns in markets where highly innovative, customer-focused solutions are required. ITW’s business model relies on:
Since 1965, Valéron Strength Films has specialized in manufacturing high-strength, cross-laminated high-performance plastic films. Our films offer unparalleled performance in demanding construction, packaging, print media and hundreds of other applications worldwide. Valéron Strength Films has production facilities in Houston, Texas and Essen, Belgium along with a sales office in Shanghai, China.
“With world class technical support, we reliably deliver differentiated strength films enabling construction and targeted brand owners to sell more product to end users who trust them to perform in demanding applications”
Full Time
La Porte, TX
(22 miles)
$15.00 to $17.00 / hr
Entry Level-Paid Training $15-$17 per hour w/ Weekly Overtime! This is a Full Time - Seasonal role with opportunities for permanent full time placement.
(Based out of La Porte, TX, however the entire Houston area is welcome to apply)
Industrial Laborers/Environmental Technicians-  provide support across various lines of business including Technical, Field and Industrial Services. Responsibilities of this role include confined space entry, working at heights and working alongside various types of equipment. Physical job that may require up to 75% travel within the region. We pay for ALL your travel & travel expenses. This is a Full Time Seasonal role with opportunities for permanent full time placement. Why work for Clean Harbors? Health and Safety is our #1 priority and we live it 3-6-5! Competitive hourly wages based on experience with weekly overtime! Paid travel is provided! Mileage and per diem is available; Generous paid time off, company training and tuition reimbursement; Positive and safe work environments; Opportunities for growth and development for all the stages of your career! Key Responsibilities: Ensures Health and Safety is the number one goal by following policies, processes, and acting in a safe manner at all time; Performs work in enclosed (confined) spaces; Performs work using high pressure water blasting equipment to clean heavy industrial equipment (pipes, boilers, tanks, heat exchangers, bundles, etc.); Loads hoses, chemicals and other equipment required for assigned job onto the truck; Cleans work area and equipment after work is completed; Practices safety procedures in accordance with training and guidelines when working; Assists in the inspection of equipment, hoses, connections, pumps and general work area; Performs labor intensive activities in all weather conditions throughout the day; Works in atmospheres with low clearances, confined spaces and at heights; Performs other duties as assigned.
Full Time
Houston, TX
(13.3 miles)
Position Summary The Quality Assurance Manager oversees and manages the quality assurance process to adhere to guideline established by regulating agencies and boards to ensure compliance to regulations in the delivery of a quality product.
Duties and Responsibilities Reviews/performs Daily Compliance Verification  Documents and reports results to the Director of Manufacturing  Environmental monitoring and documentation of personal monitoring, air bioburden, surface bioburden, temperatures, and particle counts  Collects environmental monitoring samples as necessary  Trains new Quality Assurance staff  Records sterility testing results, aseptic technique qualifications, and media fill process validations  Prepares/revises operating procedures and specifications  Reviews/approves routine change control requests as designated  Verifies that raw materials meet specifications  Oversees control of product labeling/label accountability   Recommends and/or implements improvements in streamlining processes and procedures in the areas of compounding, validation, change control, laboratory, and risk assessments  Uses incident and Corrective and Preventive Action (CAPA) activities and processes to drive quality improvements and responds to process and service issues  Leads root cause analysis and CAPA for audit observations, product complaints, product non-conformances, and in-process deviations  Directs the investigation of excursions in manufacturing or other related operations  Performs final review of test data/reports to ensure conformance to the established specifications and standard operating procedures  Verifies that product test results meet specifications  Tracks vendor equipment calibration and maintenance records and assess for deviations   Enters test results or summaries into the monthly and quarterly Quality Assurance report template   Documents results of deviation and complaint investigations, causal analysis, corrective actions, and preventive actions  Maintains quality records (equipment calibration and maintenance, training, deviation and complaint investigation, environmental monitoring, Certificate of Analysis, clean room certification)  Knowledge and Skills In-depth knowledge of USP , cGMP, FDA regulations (21 CFR Parts 210, 211), and ICH regulations  Effective communication skills, both written, and verbal  Leadership skills and the ability to facilitate the work activities of others   Proficiency with computer software, SharePoint preferred  Ability to act effectively as a member of a team to resolve problems  Good organizational and time management skills  Ability to work autonomously within established procedures and practices   Experience and Qualifications Bachelor of Science in technical or scientific discipline preferably Microbiology and 10 years in pharmaceutical or medical device FDA GMP environment with 5+ years of supervisory experience  Experience with international regulatory agencies highly desirable  Thorough knowledge of pharmaceutical manufacturing/controls  Preferred ASQ Certified Quality Auditor (CQA), ASQ Certified Manager of Quality/Organizational Excellence, or SQA Registered Quality Assurance Professional  Benefits Health/Dental/Vision  Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Health Savings Accounts (HSA)   401(k) with company matching   Paid Vacation (10 days)  Paid Holidays (8 days) 
Full Time
Houston, TX
(0 miles)
$18.00 / hr
The primary responsibility of this position is to assist the Operations Planning Manager in the areas of production scheduling and production capacity management. The individual’s first priority is to develop daily production schedules that optimize the plant’s resources and ensures the right products are created, at the right time, at the right cost.
Organizational Relationships Reports to the Operations Planning Manager and works closely with production supervision team to ensure production schedules meet customer demand, achieve on-time delivery, and meet plant productivity and inventory cost goals. Communicates with procurement and sales as required to complete job duties.
Primary Job Duties Schedules daily production volume in all Processing Areas (Slicing, Sorting, Trimming, DSI, Marination, and Repacks, plus any other process areas to be identified) Manages on-site and off-site PAR levels of make to stock to stock products to ensure customer fill rate and inventory goals are met Schedules products based on their spice profile to comply with food safety standards Collaboratively working with procurement team to monitor available raw material as per production schedule. Frequently informs production of demand or schedule changes Communicates with sales and procurement as needed to maintain short and long-term volume forecasts Conducts root cause analysis on deviations to schedule Establishes time, capacity, and routing parameters for current and future products Informs Operations Planning Manager of scheduling and processing constraints Works with Production management to ensure parameters are being executed on the floor and setup monitoring systems with detailed history Conducts maintenance on scheduling information systems and ERP as required Any other duties as specified by management 
Skill Requirements Analytical skills to recognize patterns in data, information or events to draw logical conclusions and make recommendations for action. Ability to efficiently use all Microsoft Office products such as Word, Power Point, Excel. Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.
Production Scheduler Self-Management: Ability to display a high level of initiative, effort, and commitment towards completing assignments in a timely manner. Accountability & Dependability: Ability to be at work on time, and follow instructions, policies and procedures. Attention to Detail: Ability to achieve thoroughness and accuracy when accomplishing a task with limited supervision
Full Time
Houston, TX
(0 miles)
$55,000 to $65,000 / yr
The Portion Control Supervisor will be the senior leader in the portioning operation, overseeing both the quality and craftsmanship of the portion control orders. This individual will have extensive knowledge of the NAMP Meat Buyer’s Guide for product specifications in addition to knowing quality standards for Beef, Pork, Lamb, and Poultry to ensure the products meet the customers expectation for grade and quality. Butcher Shop and Supervisory experience preferred, this person will train portion control team members on the quality and craftmanship that our customers expect.
Reports to: Director of Production Internal Contacts: Houston Meat and Poultry Plant Management team, Inventory Control Supervisor, production employees, QA personnel, Warehouse team, Night Warehouse team, Maintenance team
Primary Job Duties  Direct Responsibility for the Meat and Poultry Portion Control Department including the portion packaging team.
Develop a coordinated portion control team that manages the daily activities and adheres to the company values.
Ensure portion teams are adhering to the item/customer specifications, yield expectations, and quality standards.
Manage production yield cutting tests. Observe the work of employees to insure proper specifications and proper yields are maintained after test percentages are confirmed.
Meet weekly with department leads and equipment operators to cover performance and expectations.
Conduct daily Safety and Food Safety awareness toolbox meetings with the entire department.
Daily Review of the Product Short Report and Process Requirements Report to ensure all items are covered for next day delivery. Understand and teach quality standards for Beef, Pork, Lamb, and Poultry including USDA Grading, quality defects, and marbling standards. To initiate and complete raw material claims when product does not meet specifications Hold team members accountable to all company policies and procedures.
Other duties as assigned.
Working Conditions Monday through Friday 11:00 A.M. until finished and Saturday on an emergency basis only. Temperatures in the mid 30-degree F. to mid 40-degree F. range. Damp wet floors and air flow from refrigeration units.

Full Time
Baytown, TX
(23.6 miles)
$13.50 / hr
Responsibilities Production Employees at Pol-Tex are responsible for safe operation of sit-down propane forklifts for the purpose of handling, loading, and unloading product. The role may involve additional responsibilities and opportunities as they become necessary and/or are assigned by management.
Find that perfect career match and enjoy a refreshing change at Pol-Tex, a division of Poly-America, L.P. Our Baytown area location is expanding and provides a great opportunity to work for an industry leader with a history of steady and stable growth.
Pol-Tex offers competitive compensation packages including Medical/Dental, paid vacations, paid holidays and 401(K). If you are looking for a career opportunity that offers growth and stability then this could be the position for you. _________________________
Encuentre la combinación de carrera perfecta y disfrute de un cambio refrescante en Pol-Tex, una división de Poly-America, L.P. Nuestra ubicación en el área de Baytown se está expandiendo y brinda una gran oportunidad para trabajar para un líder de la industria con un historial de crecimiento estable y estable.
Pol-Tex ofrece paquetes de compensación competitivos que incluyen servicios médicos / dentales, vacaciones pagadas, vacaciones pagadas y 401 (K). Si está buscando una oportunidad profesional que ofrezca crecimiento y estabilidad, esta podría ser la posición adecuada para usted. Responsabilidades Los empleados de producción en Pol-Tex son responsables de la operación segura de los montacargas de propano sentados con el propósito de manipular, cargar y descargar productos. El rol puede implicar responsabilidades y oportunidades adicionales a medida que sean necesarias y / o sean asignadas por la gerencia.
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