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Production Associate, 2nd (B) Shift
TX - Garland

Opportunity Snapshot
Explore the advantages of a career with Henry Co.
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Enjoy a Positive Culture, Competitive Pay, Great Benefits And More
If you have some manufacturing production experience, the ability to follow instructions, a team orientation and a history of reliable attendance, This position offers you some great opportunities:
  • You'll grow your skills and experience as you operate equipment to produce product, perform quality checks and cover other production line duties.
  • You'll enjoy outstanding multi-stage training to ensure you know every stage of the process, from equipment setup to using PLCs to formulations to labeling. You can learn and increase your skills to take higher-level duties.
  • We are growing, and that growth creates advancement opportunities for proven performers at Henry locations in the US and Canada.
  • We promote teamwork and a positive culture, including offering performance rewards, hosting regular celebrations and more. These are just a couple of reasons we have a large number of long-tenured employees.
  • With an 80-year legacy of success, Henry Company offers the stability of a market leader along with an entrepreneurial spirit.
  • In addition to a competitive wage and excellent benefits, we provide uniforms, an annual safety boot stipend and more.
  • Our season is weather-driven, and in our heavy season (typically April - November) there is ample overtime available. And, in the offseason, you're still guaranteed 40 hours!
We are hiring for the 2nd (B) shift, which runs from 2 to 10:30 PM. Everyone is required to train on first shift.

Henry Company is a leading innovator of Building Envelope Systems® and develops integrated air/vapor barrier, roofing and waterproofing systems to ensure superior building performance. For more than 80 years, Henry has been the trusted source for proven Building Envelope Systems. Henry Company's headquarters are in El Segundo, California, with offices and manufacturing facilities throughout the United States and Canada.

Pictured: Salt Lake City International Airport chose Henry Building Envelope Systems® for their next-generation facility, which serves more than 24 million travelers a year.
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Gain Valuable Experience and Build a Career Home at a Growing Industry Leader

The Requirements
Find out what it takes to thrive as a Production Associate at Henry Co.
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To be a good fit for the Production Associate opportunity, you will have:
  • A high school diploma or GED equivalent.
  • Previous experience in a production environment.
  • Ability to read, write, perform basic mathematical equations, understand, and follow instructions detailed on work orders (aka Batch Tickets).
  • Ability to lift and carry containers weighing up to 80 lbs. in continuous repetition throughout an 8-12 hour shift.
  • Ability to wear a respirator.
  • Open availability / flexibility to work overtime as needed, including extended shifts and/or weekends (primarily seasonal).
  • Reliable transportation.
Just as important will be the following competencies and characteristics:
  • Reliability, a strong work ethic and a results orientation; dependability and solid attendance record are a must.
  • Technical aptitude.
  • A self-starter.
  • The ability to manage multiple tasks and priorities in a fast-paced environment.
  • The ability to work independently and also contribute as a team player.
  • A positive attitude, even in stressful situations.
  • Clear and effective verbal and written communication skills; attention to detail.
Preferred but not required:
  • Previous experience with DSI/Scanning devices/programs.
  • Previous experience on safely operating a forklift.
  • Experience troubleshooting equipment.
  • Understanding of OSHA requirements.
Pictured: Henry Company offers an extensive array of top-quality building products for a variety of residential and commercial applications.
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The Role
Multiple Roles available in different production areas, all helping to manufacture quality building products
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You'll join a team of Production Associates and assist with the manufacturing of quality building products (primarily rolled roofing materials) at a busy facility. You will have a strong commitment to safety, always following safety policies and procedures as you operate mechanical equipment and complete required tasks, including manufacturing quality control testing, documentation, and labeling / packaging.

Depending on our needs and your aptitude, you may come on as a Coating Box Operator, Winder Operator, Compounder or Mixer. You also may be cross-trained in more than one area.

Specifically, you will:
  • Operate equipment to assist with manufacturing, packaging, and other steps along a production line.
  • Ensure safe use of operating equipment per training and safety policy.
  • Record all required data on batch tickets, complete daily, weekly, monthly checklist(s) and equipment logs as required.
  • Prepare and stage required materials in a prompt manner.
  • Understand and meet production targets given per task.
  • Complete quality testing and records testing data as required.
  • Disassemble, clean and reassemble equipment as needed and trained to do so.
  • Attend all training programs as required and sponsored by the company.
  • Perform required tasks according to Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
  • Promptly report all accidents, near misses, and property damage incidents.
  • Apply and follow all OSHA and Henry safety standards, policies and procedures that pertain to tasks performed.
  • Maintain clean and organized workspace including housekeeping in designated areas as well as worksite level.
  • Clearly communicate needs, report equipment abnormalities, and general issues to plant leadership.
  • Perform all other assigned duties.
Note: this description is intended to give you a general overview of the position and is not an exhaustive listing of duties and responsibilities.

Pictured: Henry Wet Patch® Roof Leak Repair is an ultra-premium, rubberized roof sealant that instantly stops leaks in severe weather conditions and is especially easy to spread in cold temperatures.
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Keys to Success
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Our culture is results-driven and you'll need to be self-motivated to deliver expected results on a daily and weekly basis. In addition, to excel in this role you will:
  • Bring the initiative and a great attitude.
  • Identify safety issues and bring them to the attention of the appropriate parties.
  • Carefully follow processes, always paying attention to the details.
  • Communicate effectively with teammates and leadership; a teamwork mentality is critical.
  • Prove yourself as a dependable, hard and conscientious worker, thereby spotlighting your runway for advancement.
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You Need to Know
Insights into conditions
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Our environment is not climate controlled and can be hot or cold depending on the time of year. We have water and electrolyte stations for you to stay hydrated. You could mix asphalt at elevated temperatures and with sand. Our expectation is 100% compliance with all Safety protocols/training and the plant has an excellent Safety performance record.
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Henry Company is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other legally protected status.