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Seasonal Machine Operator $19

We are looking to hire for the following positions: 

  • Machine set up Operator (E-Cube, Case Erector) Willing to Train

  • Fork-Lift Driver ( Sit-down and stend up Reach fork-lift) 

  • Initial Job Interview will be conducted video- conference ( Zoom), Text, or Phone 

  • Las entrevistas see haran por Video, Mensaje de Texto o Telefono - Se Habla Espanol  

Responsibilities (Responsailidades)  

  1. Our busy warehouse is seeking a seasonal experience set up machine Operator to efficiently help maintain the smooth functioning of the case erector and the Ecube machine under the supervision of the main mechanic Operator.  

  1. Seasonal Fork-lift Driver will be able to help load and unload trucks, pick items using a scan gun, and pack items if necessary. Drivers must have at least 2 years of experience driving fork-lift. 

  2. Nuestro ocupado almacen esta solicitando Operadores de maquinas con experiencias para la temporada alta que ayudar de manera eficiente a mantener el buen funcionamiento de la formadora de cajas y la máquina Ecube bajo la supervisión del mecánico principal. 

  3. Los conductores de montacargas (fork-lift) podrán ayudar a cargar y descargar camiones, recoger los articulos usando una pistola de escanear y empacar los articulos si es necesario. Los conductores deben tener al menos 2 años de experiencia conduciendo montacargas. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities for Machine Operator include but are not limited to: 

  • Observe machine operation to detect defects or machine malfunctions 

  • Inspect boxes for defects, and measure production to determine the accuracy of machine operation 

  • May need to assist in other areas when needed.  


  • Basic Knowledge of machines and tools, including their designs, uses, repair, and maintenance 

  • Familiarity with assisting mechanics with regular preventive maintenance on machines or equipment 

  • Ability to communicate effectively with the mechanic or Management  

  • Ability to communicate in English  

  • Comply with safety regulations and maintain clean and orderly work areas. 

  • Must be at least 18 years old 

  • Must be available to work Overtime 

  • Ability to work on Sundays 

  • Self-motivated 

  • Ability to follow directions 

  • Experience scanning, picking, and packing ( Plus)  

  • Must be able to lift 51+ lbs 

  • Able to work in all weather conditions 

  • Must be able to lift, bend, stoop, reach and climb ladders 

  • Must be able to stand for 8 hours or more per shift 

We are committed to providing one of the safest work environments. This means: 

  • We Practice social distancing 

  • We must wear a face mask all times 

  • We chemically sanitized the building and installed industrial air purifiers. 

  • Constant facility sanitation  


  • Competitive Seasonal salary ( Hourly)  

  • We are busy! There is a lot of Overtime  

  • We pay weekly 

  • We don't work on Friday afternoons  

  • Promotion Opportunities after the season 

  • Up to $500.00 Bonus  

  • Casual work environment. 

We at ADORAMA believe in respecting & encouraging diversity and as such we gladly abide by all EEOC regulations. We will never turn down a qualified employee based on race, religion, gender, sexual-identification, disability, or any other protected class. All jobs are and will continue being awarded based on merit.

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