Plant Utility

Job Description

The Plant Utility position will assist other plant workers in the manufacturing and/or assembly of building components to ensure daily production needs are being met. Responsibilities:

  • Assist where needed to fulfill the duties as assigned by a Supervisor or Leadman

  • Work in a safe, fast-paced, and changing environment

  • Utilize a powered lift-truck to move material to desired location

  • Follow all safety rules, standard operating procedures, and maintenance instructions

  • Ensure quality and/or shipping accuracy standards are being met


  • Knowledge of sand blasting is preferred
  • Experience working in a production, maintenance, manufacturing or related capacity is highly desired.

  • Prior experience operating a powered lift-truck

  • Authorized to work in the United States

  • High School Diploma or GED

  • Self-motivated with a positive attitude and good work ethic

  • Willing and able to continuously improve in job performance and development

  • Active listening, learning, and reading comprehension skills

  • Willing and able to take direction

  • Willing and able to work in a physically demanding environment. This includes moderate to loud noise levels, occasional high climbing, indoor/outdoor exposure

  • Able to lift up to 50 lbs regularly; up to 75 lbs occasionally

  • Able to pass a basic math test

  • Willing and able to pass a pre-placement physical and drug test

  • Reliable transportation to work every day

  • Flexible to work year-round; regular overtime; off-hours as needed

Additional Information

Benefits Include:

  • Excellent medical / dental / prescription coverage
  • Life Insurance
  • Paid holidays
  • Paid vacation
  • Paid sick time
  • 401K Opportunity
  • ESOP retirement programs in which you become an owner of the company

Morton Buildings, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug-Free Workplace. All candidates offered employment will be subject to a pre-placement test which does include a physical and drug screen.

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