Mickman Brothers, Inc Helpers-Production Workers in Ham Lake, Minnesota

Production Helper, 21 temp, f/t jobs, 10/1/18-12/10/18, Mickman Bros, Ham Lake, MN. Perform duties of lesser skill, i.e. measure and trim evergreens to the appropriate lengths and tie into bundles. Transfer raw materials, finished product to appropriate work stations, warehouses or trucks via pallet jacks or conveyor. Quality control throughout product process through to finished goods. Pack appropriate cartons with finished goods. Notify support team of equipment malfunctions or the need for maintenance. Keep track of items produced and report this information to the Production Manager. Keep work areas clean and clear of debris. All positions require that the person is in the standing position during working hours and movement of raw materials weighing as much as 40 pounds and products which weigh up to 15 pounds. Housing provided for $175-$225/mo. 40+ hrs/wk, M-F. $12.31/hr, $18.47/hr OT, paid bi-weekly. Fax resume to 763.434.4611 or apply at nearest SWA, 763.324.2300. Single workweek used as standard for computing wages due. Paid bi-weekly. Employer will make all deductions required by law. If worker lives outside of normal commuting distance, employer will reimburse transportation/subsistence to the worksite once the worker completes 50% of the work contract. Return transportation/subsistence will be paid once the worker completes the entire contract period or if dismissed early. Subsistence will be $12.26/day, max of $51 (receipts required). Employer will reimburse H2B workers in the first workweek all visa, visa processing, border crossing, and other related fees, including those mandated by the government. Tools, supplies, and equipment required to perform the job duties provided at no charge. At a minimum, both domestic and foreign workers will earn the prevailing hourly wage; however, the employer may choose to pay experienced workers, regardless of origin, more than the required minimum wage rate or offer a bonus based on work performance. Employer may charge the worker for reasonable costs related to the worker s refusal or negligent failure to return any property furnished by the employer or due to such worker s willful damage or destruction of such property. Deductions may be taken per employee s request.