Operate floor controlled overhead crane to lift, transport and position varieties of materials following established procedures of work area assignment.
Work from hard copies, schedules, verbal and/oral written instructions.
Use chains, grabs, slings or spreader bars to handle materials, using care to prevent material from slipping, dropping or being damaged while being moved.
Using forklift and chains, load and unload trucks, move material to or from designated areas and/or workstations in a safe expeditious manner to prevent holdup of production.
Use thorough knowledge of workflow of department and the proper location of raw material.
Properly stack finished product with minimal supervision.
Properly use crane, within capacity limits, to move and stack material.
Maintain necessary records.
Detect and report improper operation, faulty equipment, defective materials and unusual conditions to proper leadership.
Move material as necessary in the performance of duties or as directed.
Maintain work area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition.
Follow prescribed safety rules and regulations and maintain quality standards.
Perform other related duties as required or directed.
Safety is the most important part of all jobs within Nucor; therefore, candidates must be able to demonstrate the ability to initiate, lead, and uphold safety policies, practices, procedures, and housekeeping standards at all times.
Ability to maintain focus and concentration for a minimum 8 hour shift and be able to communicate effectively with others.
Become forklift certified within supervisor defined timeframe.
Become overhead crane certified within supervisor defined timeframe.+
Able to meet the physical and environmental demands listed on the Job Description.
At least 1 year prior experience in a similar position is desirable
Prior forklift experience desirable
Prior overhead crane experience desirable
Nucor is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer - M/F/Disabled/Vets - and a drug - free workplace This job has expired.
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Employment in production occupations is projected to decline 4 percent, with a loss of about 423,200 jobs from 2019 to 2029. Technological advancements are expected to continue to replace many of the manufacturing workers that make up a large share of the production occupations. Fewer workers are expected to be needed in the manufacturing sector as many processes have become computer-controlled.
According to BLS, the median annual wage for production occupations was $37,440 in May 2020, which was lower than the median annual wage for all occupations of $41,950.
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