Inkmakers/Ink Techs /Apprentice openings

INX is a stable manufacturing company whose average employee has been here over 13 years. We offer a competitive salary with excellent benefits including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, disability, 401(k), and more. ?Additionally, this location was named Lebanon's 2017 Industrial Business of the Year!

As a supplier of high quality environmentally friendly products, we are very proud that our?Lebanon, OH facility is experiencing strong growth in 2018. ?As a result, we have multiple openings for Inkmakers/Ink Technicians on our night shift.? The starting pay is $18.00 per hour, plus shift differential if applicable. ?

These positions will work a 12-hour night shift on a 2-3-2 or EOWEO (every other weekend off) schedule.? The schedule will follow a 14-day pattern:? 2 nights on, 2 off, 3 on, 2 off, 2 on, and 3 off.? Employees will have a 3-day weekend every other weekend and won't have to work more than 3 nights in a row.?

Previous experience is preferred, but with our apprenticeship program we are willing to train motivated individuals looking for a career with a growing company and stable industry. We have 6 additional openings as of 2/15/18.

To learn more about this specific job, check out our INX Lebanon video here: ?


? Weighing batches of ink by following the directions on the batch ticket
? Mixing batches of ink and making additions as directed
? Running batches on a mill
? Packaging finished product
? Operating a forklift

Qualifications (Skills, Education, Experience):

? High school diploma or general educational degree (G.E.D.) desired.
? Must be able to work a night shift.??
? Previous experience in the ink industry is preferred but we are willing to train motivated individuals.
? Must pass a color recognition test and must be able to lift up to 50 lbs.
? Basic math and communication skills.
? Good computer skills.

A post offer pre-employment drug screen, physical and background check are required. Equal Opportunity Employer: disability/veteran.


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