Pros: great hours, great benefits, great coworkers, good pay
Cons: in tualatin, or
The start of an average day at work is a morning meeting with my team. There I receive a rundown of what we are running and what my job assignment will be for the day. In that meeting I’m notified if I’m running downstream or if I’m working the robot and loading and receiving trucks.
When I am on the production floor, my job is to make sure that there’s – more... a constant flow of product with little or no down time at all. At the same time being responsible for my line and make sure I am producing quality product. I also maintain correct paperwork for QA and doing all my checks in time frame that is required for quality purposes.
What I have learned from Pacific Foods is quality is better then quantity. To make sure we produce the best product at the best of our ability.
In any job I have held, I’m well liked amongst my peers/coworkers and also have great communication with my TL's. I've worked well within a team and also independently. I also have great verbal and written skills to help communicate ideas and concerns to my Team Lead's.
The hardest part of this job is the 12hr shifts, but then again that would be hard on anybody's body. The most enjoyable part of the job is all the off time we have off because of the 12hr shifts. So, therefore it actually balances itself out. – less