The Prep-Mix completes production required by mixing the items requested for the day. This associate is accountable for following recipes, completing batch tickets, and collecting the data required for each batch. In addition, the Prep Mix communicates all production issues to management.
Mix ingredients on any line.
Follow recipes provided.
Understand ingredient functionality and batch specifications, such as temperature, time, etc.
Consistently produce quality batches.
Follow recipes provided by company
Assist other associates of the team to ensure production is completed.
Train new prep-mix as needed.
Keep a clean area while working.
Complete and maintain required paperwork.
Able to lift to 50 pounds frequently
Ensure all safety procedures are being followed.
Secondary Job Duties:
Comply with all company policies and procedures.
Present favorable impression in dress, personal hygiene and business attitude.
Restock and use supply items efficiently to eliminate waste and to maintain the lowest supply cost.
Notify management of associate theft, customer shoplifting, unauthorized mark downs or property defacement.
Other duties assigned by management.
Ability to follow detailed oral and written instructions
Able to work with others and be an effective team member
Ability to work any shift, including nights, weekends, holidays, and extended hours.
High school/GED or equivalent experience.
Must be 18 years of age.
Ability to operate electric or manual pallet jack.
Ability to work any shift, including nights, weekends, holidays, and extended hours
Ability to perform steady and productive work for an extended period.
Ability to work with others and be an effective team member
Never- 0%, Occasionally- 1-33%, Frequently- 34-66%, Continuously- 67-100%
Occasionally- Sitting, pushing and pulling up to 150 lbs., climbing up to 6-foot height, kneeling, and crouching.
Frequently- Carrying up to 50 lbs., lifting up to 50 lbs., bending, balancing, stooping, and reaching waist/overhead level.
Continuously- Standing on tile/concrete, walking on tile/concrete, manual dexterity, talking, seeing, hearing and smelling.
Safety Risk Factors:
Occasionally-Loud noise, cluttered floor surface, contact with skin irritant, toxic exposure (see Material Safety Data Sheets), nuisance dust, fumes, sprays, and hazardous cleaning solutions.
Frequently-Twisting of back and neck, slippery floor surface, and contact with sharp objects.
Continuously-hazardous equipment (mechanical moving parts)
Varied, irregular schedules.
Working environment involves inside store location with controlled temperatures.