Become a critical part of the hospital supply chain as a driver.
Mechanics need at least 3 years experience working with industrial type equipment. Preferably working in the laundry industry.
You should be able to troublshoot and repair ironers, blanket blasters, washers, dryers, steam tunnels, automatic folders, air cylinders, gears, air lines, clutches, bearings, hoses, and rollers. Mechanics also work on hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical control systems.
Should be able to read schematics. Performs routine preventive maintenance on the equipment.
The person should be flexible to work holidays, weekends and/or night shifts when needed. Physical requirements are walking, standing, bending, crouching, up to 10 hours per days at times.
Shipping associates ensure hospital and clinic orders are complete and accurate.
They check to make sure the correct product is being delivered to the correct hospital or clinic. They should be able to push and pull carts. They weigh and scan carts which loads the information into Control Tex.
This ensures accurate information is created on a daily basis. A person will start working on production lines for 1-2 weeks to understand the product lines coming through to the shipping departments.
A person who works the morning shift, must be able to work Saturday mornings. Persons who work the evening shift, must be able to work Sunday evenings. Morning shifts start at 6:00 a.m. Evening shifts start at 3:30 p.m.