• General Laborer

    Job Locations US-NJ-Phillipsburg
    Posted Date 1 week ago(10/9/2018 2:31 PM)
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  • Overview

    McWane Ductile – New Jersey offers a rewarding employment opportunity working for North America’s leading and most experienced ductile iron pipe manufacturer and supplier, a company with a rich history and a vital role in securing the future of America’s water infrastructure for generations to come. McWane Ductile - NJ is an OSHA approved Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) Merit site. Our compensation program includes a very attractive market based, competitive hourly rate of pay; 10 paid Holidays per year; paid vacation from 1 to 5 weeks per year depending upon years of service; a PPO Medical insurance benefit and prescription drug plan for you and your family. The Company pays a very generous share of your monthly medical insurance premium. We also provide a prescription drug plan, dental and vision plan and other benefits. We also assist in your planning for your future and offer a 401(K)-retirement savings plan that includes a generous match on your weekly contributions.





    Melting Department – Production employees (Day shift)

    • Must have the ability to perform all jobs within the Melting Department


    Casting Department – Production Machine Operators (Day shift)

    • Perform all duties of the operator, troughman and iron pourer
    • Prevent and inspect for any kind of scrap


    Finishing Department – Production employees (Day shift)

    • Hot line
    • Paint line
    • Cement line


    Finishing Department – Clean Up Crew (Night shift)

    • Clean Melting, Casting and Finishing Department after production is complete
    • Shoveling, jack hammering, some heavy lifting required


    Start times vary for each department- During high production periods may work up 5 days a week 12 hour shifts.




    1-2 years machine operating experience.



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