Production Worker

Mid South Milling

Fort Smith,AR


Job Description

Mid-South Milling - Fort Smith, Arkansas

Production Workers: 2nd shift (approx. 2pm-10pm) and 3rd shift (approx. 10pm-6am)

Training on 1st Shift

Job Summary

Production worker must be able to get daily work assignments from control room operator or plant manager, load and unload all inbound and outbound material (trucks and railcars), switch railcars, transfer product throughout the plant via a conveyor or front-end loader and daily sanitation of work area and plant grounds.

Essential Duties

  • Load and unload trucks and railcars.

  • Inspect incoming material to verify the condition and quality of the product received matches what is stated on the receiving documents

  • Collect sample on inbound and outbound loads and take to lab.

  • Inspect trailers and railcars before loading

  • Check magnets and empty wheelbarrows

  • Seal trailers and railcars after loading.

  • Switching railcars

  • Help move or rotate product in flat storage using catloader if have been trained to operate.

  • Assist in transfer of product using portable conveyor.

  • Daily sanitation of work area and plant grounds

  • Comply with all company policies and comply with all Federal, state and local laws.

  • Report any quality or feed safety problems to a member of Plant Quality Assurance Team

    Additional Duties

  • Operate a forklift or other machinery used in the warehouse

  • Perform other duties as assigned

    Job Qualifications

  • Ability to lift 60 pounds and climb ladders



    Free uniforms and individual health insurance


    Work for an excellent company that has been in business for over 54 years with room for advancement

    *** Please email your resume, and any questions, to and provide appropriate contact information***

Company Description

Mid-South Milling Company was founded in 1961 and headquartered in Memphis, TN. Mid-South Milling manufactures and merchandises animal protein for producers of feeds for dairy and beef cattle, swine, poultry, pets, and aquaculture worldwide.

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