Machine Operator

Company Name:
Bonney Staffing Center
Machine Operators and Support Operator job openings
Long-term position for a local production facility. Our client is looking to expand their 1st & 3rd shift crews. Position will involve machine set up, cleaning, and maintenance, preparing finished
product for shipment.
No experience necessary as long as you enjoy physical work, don't mind getting dirty and have some amount mechanical knowledge. Must be comfortable with repetitive tasks, standing for a full shift, working in a noisy production environment, and working with/near machines with fast-moving parts.
Long-term & Temp-To-Hire positions with 60 day raise & incentives for learning new equipment!
To apply click here
"Like" us on Facebookor Follow us on Twitter!
About Us
Thank you for your interest in our job openings! BONNEY Staffing Center is Northern New England's largest independently owned and operated staffing firm, offering job placement opportunities in Maine, New Hampshire, and northern Massachusetts. Since 1975, we have been connecting job seekers with top employers. BONNEY provides temporary, temp to hire, and direct-hire employment options with our client companies in the Clerical/Administrative, Industrial, and Technical fields. For forty years, BONNEY has been a leader in the industry, and we are the first call for those seeking employment with a reliable source. BONNEY is an equal opportunity employer and there is NO FEE for applicants. Though our hiring process is thorough, it is designed to meet the specific needs of our clients and to find the best employment fit for you! Relevant work experience, above-average work references, a positive attitude, strong work ethic, and flexibility are all key criteria which will be considered. Please apply for this or any other position - we look forward to talking with you!
Position: Machine Operator
Category: Industrial
State: ME
Branch Name: Topsham
Dress Code: Clean and Neat
Branch Phone
Job ID: 71802
Pay Information: Competitive

Don't Be Fooled

The fraudster will send a check to the victim who has accepted a job. The check can be for multiple reasons such as signing bonus, supplies, etc. The victim will be instructed to deposit the check and use the money for any of these reasons and then instructed to send the remaining funds to the fraudster. The check will bounce and the victim is left responsible.