Company: Port Erie Plastics
Location: North East
Posted on: July 18, 2021
Port Erie Plastics
Operator / $11-$15 per
hour / Harborcreek, PA
No experience Required
Port Erie Plastics offer a wide variety of benefits such as
Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, Short-Term and Long-Term Disability,
Employee Assistance Program, Flexible Spending Accounts, and a
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POSITION OBJECTIVE: To operate an injection molding machine,
assemble, inspect and pack parts as required by the quality
standards set forth by Port Erie Plastics and its customers.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Summaries of the essential functions of the job
include but are not limited to the following: 1. Operate a molding
machine in a safe manner, and maintain good housekeeping in the
work area. 2. Pack parts per process work instructions. 3. Fill out
all required paperwork. 4. Maintain an acceptable production rate.
5. Maintain an acceptable quality standard which is outlined in the
process work instructions. 6. Work overtime as required by
production needs. 7. Must be a team player and willing to
participate in continuous improvement on the job. 8. Perform all
job tasks as assigned by the Production Team Leader.
QUALIFICATIONS: Education: Must have basic math skills and
communication skills, including the ability to read and write.
Experience: Experience preferred, but not necessary.
In 1953, Henry J. Witkowski launched Port Erie Plastics with one
injection molding machine in a small building in Erie, PA. In 1966,
Port Erie purchased a 22-acre site in Harborcreek, east of Erie and
built a small manufacturing plant next to a golf course. We
expanded several times over the years, but the largest growth spurt
came in recent years. In 2002 when we purchased another 47 acres up
the street and built two separate 100,000-square-foot warehouses,
and then added a 75,000- square-foot warehouse in 2007. In 2018, we
added 40,000-square-feet to our manufacturing plant.
Not only has Port Erie become one of the region’s largest and
strongest molders, the company also has given back to the industry
and community. Port Erie has supported the growth of Penn State’s
Plastics Technical Center in Erie. The Witkowski building, named
for the family that still owns Port Erie, opened at the campus in
1994. Port Erie strongly encourages, and pays for, employees to
take continuing education courses at the college. We also hire
graduates and interns from the plastics program.
- Education Assistance
- Paid Vacation
- Paid Holidays
- Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs)
- Life Insurance
- Long-term Disability
- Short-term Disability
- Dependent Care Assistance
- Employee Discounts
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