Summer Hire - Munising Mill

Job Locations US-MI-Munising
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This summer, there may be summer vacation relief jobs available. Selection will be made from applications submitted using the following guidelines:
- All summer hires must attend an accredited 4-year or 2-year post secondary school, college or university.
- Applicants must provide evidence of being enrolled for the Fall 2018 semester. For prospective freshmen this may include receipts for tuition, enrollment fees, or housing or letter from the institution stating enrollment. If you are not planning on attending in the Fall, you are ineligible for a summer hire position.
- Documentation for both the Fall 2017 term and the Spring 2018 term must be provided to Human Resources as soon as it becomes available which shows:
- full-time status carrying and earning a minimum of 12 credit hours per term
- minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or above for both terms individually
- cumulative credits earned for both terms (this is needed for bracketing purposes below)

- Students without a parent employed at the Munising Mill will be considered after eligible students with a parent employed at the mill. Graduate school students will be considered after eligible undergraduate students
- A dependent child is understood to be:
- An un-married natural child, adopted child or stepchild residing at home and receiving financial support from the NP parent
- Minimum age 18
- Maximum age 24
- Applicants will be selected by the following prioritized criteria:
- must be available for a minimum work period starting in June through the last full week prior to the start of their Fall 2018 semester
- returning students will be prioritized based on the number of years they have worked here as a summer hire
- returning students must have received a satisfactory evaluation
- bracketed cumulative credits earned in the following sequence:
- 72+    1-24
- 49-72    0
- 25-48

- Within brackets, hire date of senior parent
- Employment opportunities will be limited to one member per family unless the mill’s needs cannot be met.
- Completed applications must be completed on-line. Supporting documentation must be turned in to Human Resources prior to 4:00 p.m. Sunday, April 13, 2018.
- Selected applicants must pass a pre-employment drug screening and sign a Confidentiality Agreement.
- Due to production fluctuations and/or labor staffing, summer student hires may not be continuously employed during the months of June, July and August so there is no guarantee of full time summer employment. Additionally, summer hires may be asked to work partial weeks and/or move from shift to shift within a week.
- Evaluations for each summer hire will be conducted with the department manager and take place at the end of their work period.
- Summer hires will have the lowest priority for work assignments and will have equal seniority.
- Summer hires are not eligible for holiday pay.
- In the event the NP parent retires during the summer employment period, the dependent summer student hire would continue to be eligible for employment.
- Wages: Year One - $13.00/hour;Year Two - $14.00/hour; Year Three - $15.00/hour; Year Four & Up - $16.00/hour


- Ability to work seven (7) days per week when required
- Ability to work sixteen (16) hours per day when required
- Ability to respond to call-ins at any time of day or night
- Ability to maintain acceptable attendance
- Ability to wear required personal protective equipment
- Ability to safely bend, kneel, squat, stoop and maintain balance
- Ability to read and understand instructions, procedures, and equipment training manuals
- Ability to accurately read and record data
- Ability to climb stairs, steps, ladders, scaffolds, mobile lifts and elevator platforms
- Ability to safely operate/use manual and powered material handling equipment such as hand dolly, chain fall, chain hoist, electric hoist, tractor, truck
- Ability to safely work on and around moving equipment
- Ability to safely lift/move weights of up to fifty (50) pounds
- Ability to go out of town over night for training
- Ability to learn and utilize computer based systems
- Ability to safely work in a fast-paced environment and operate high-speed production equipment
- Ability to safely work in extreme temperatures (hot and cold) when necessary
- Be 18 years of age or older
- Be a high school graduate or have GED equivalent
- Possess a valid driver’s license
- Be willing to work rotating shifts/overtime
- Demonstrate good communication skills
- Possess technical/problem solving skills
- Contribute in a team environment to meet our business objectives
- With training, operate high-speed production equipment
- Be aware there may be periods of layoff


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