The ASSP Lower Columbia Basin Chapter’s Jobs page provides organizations with a free means of finding qualified candidates to fill their positions while also providing ASSP members access to employment opportunities.
To post a notice for an opening in your organization, contact:
Traci Snyder – Delegate@lowercolumbiabasin.assp.org
Note: Recruiter – Please include the date in which the job ad should be removed from the site. If no expiration date is provided, the job will be removed 30 days after publishing.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
- Coordinate and audit hourly employee schedules, time cards, vacation, and attendance requirements. Assist employees with various leave programs (e.g., Family Medical Leave and Short-Term Disability) and track progress, as necessary.
- Ensure complete and accurate records in relation to employee concerns, safety, and health. Maintain employee files and records in HRIS, which may include scanning documents, uploading documents, and filing documents.
- Actively participates in the recruitment process.
- Perform routing and regulatory inspections to identify existing or potential safety and health hazards and recommend corrective or preventative measures.
- Promote an accident-free environment by being proactive in preventing incidents by auditing and assisting in development and implementation of safe work practices, policies, and procedures.
- Administer and ensure successful completion of employee compliance, safety, and health training as required by Idahoan Foods and regulatory agencies.
- Schedule and facilitate new hire orientation for new hourly employees.
- Maintains direct contact with staffing agencies and ensures temporary payroll and billing statements are accurate.
- Champions wellness programs provided through the employee benefits program.
- Assists with the administration of and case management of the Workers’ Compensation Program, including the return-to-work process and occasionally accompanying employees on medical appointments.
- Promote, coordinate, and help implement company related policies and programs to ensure employees are engaged in their positions and committed to a safe working environment.
- Facilitate plant communication with employees through the maintenance of bulletin boards, frequently updated electronic postings (i.e., television monitors), and other resources available.
- Greet visitors and administer the site-specific training. Ensure that visitors sign in/out and have the proper PPE and identification for their visit to the plant.
- Organize special events and projects, including holiday celebrations, departmental luncheons, flower delivery, or any other meeting or coverage that requires plant coordination.
- Routine administrative tasks such as filing, coding invoices, ordering and maintaining supplies, answering phones, directing visitors to appropriate contacts, collection and distribution of mail, schedule meetings, arrange meals, prepare materials, and other activities to support plant supervisors and managers.
- Coordinate the uniform, PPE, safety shoe, and safety glasses programs by working with employees and vendors on any changes, checking invoices, and providing clear communication to both parties about allowances. This includes maintaining and monitoring appropriate levels of PPE, office supplies, and various other supplies needed at the plant.
- Maintain accurate record of employee security key cards, access to the facility, and lockers.
- Prepares expense reports including mileage, meal reimbursement, schedules travel, and makes reservations.
- Work schedule may vary based on the facility schedule, and flexibility in work schedule may be necessary to meet the demands of the manufacturing facility.
- Performs all other duties as may be assigned or required.
The J.R. Simplot Company is a diverse, privately held organization, with roots firmly planted in agriculture and agriculture-related businesses. The J.R. Simplot Company is a true farm-to-table company with operations that touch every aspect of agriculture, including seed production, farming and ranching, plant sciences, fertilizer manufacturing, food processing, commercial product development, and distribution.
This role is responsible for managing all aspects of the OSHA Process Safety Management (PSM) program for the Idaho Plant, in accordance with legal and Simplot corporate requirements. This role will be responsible for preparation and support of implementing OSHA PSM and EPA RMP programs, yearly certification of program components, as well as 3-year regulatory audit compliance.Read More