Processing clerk

US-ME-Lewiston
4 weeks ago
# of Openings
0
Category
Manufacturing/Production/Warehouse
Type
Regular Full-Time

Company/Location Overview

Boston Brands of Maine, located in Lewiston, Maine, is part of the Sazerac family of companies. Boston Brands of Maine operates a state-of-the-art facility on ten acres, with the capacity of seven bottling lines.  Sazerac’s vision is to become one of the industry’s most desired places to be.  Sazerac attributes its success to a unique blend of history, culture, brands, relationships, innovation, technology, and most importantly, its people.

 

For more information, please visit www.sazerac.com.

Job Description/Responsibilities

The Processing Clerk is responsible for:

  • Collection and entry of daily production data into manufacturing software system timely and accurately
  • Provides bulk tanker administrative support for receipts and withdrawals
  • Calculates and communicates correct product batch amounts, runs regular reports, and verifies calculations and balances
  • Researches issues to make appropriate corrections, and communicates quality information, issues and solutions.
  • The successful candidate will ensure the documentation of purchase, data entry, and inventory of bulk and raw materials
  • Completes shipment paperwork for inbound and outbound shipments, ensures activities and documentation are in compliance with regulatory requirements; and continually evaluates and suggests improvements

Qualifications/Requirements

  • Minimum requirements include High School diploma or GED equivalent; undergraduate degree preferred
  • Strong math skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office software products
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, strong interpersonal skills, and an ability to project a professional image.
  • Prefer applicants with at least 2 years business experience and manufacturing software experience such as Infor System 21,

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