$70,000 – $80,000 per year
*This is an exempt position, all hours worked will be paid under the yearly wage
Monday – Friday
this position supports a 24/5 manufacturing facility, flexibility in hours is a MUST
FOLLOWING MONTH after start date
Health, Vision, Dental, Short, Critical, Life and Pet Insurance
After 90 Days
Paid Time Off (rates are prorated per your start date) + Paid Holidays
Quarterly Performance-Based Reviews for yearly Merit Increase eligibility
After 1 Year
120 Hours of Paid Vacation (separate bank from PTO)
401k Matching and Education Assistance Program
5% Annual bonus (granted per company goals)
COSTCO Membership (new hires can participate during our annual sign up/renewal period in March)
Associates Degree or higher preferred
3 – 5 years experience in a training role in a manufacturing environment in lieu of a degree
Familiar with cGMP requirements for Dietary Supplement Manufacturing
Excellent verbal and written communication, interpersonal, and customer service skills. Able to effectively communicate with all levels of management and functional areas.
Highly organized and detail-oriented.
Must have the ability to work under pressure and potentially stressful conditions
Under minimal direction, works independently toward department objectives
Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check
For those applying out of the area: We love working for such an awesome company within the beautiful Pacific NW and understand your motivation is to do the same! Please recognize that relocation packages are not being offered at this time.
As part of the EHS Team, the Training Specialist is responsible for assisting in the development, implementation, updating, and operation of the training programs for all HWP employees. This role will work daily with operations and other management to monitor and assess the training of all employees within HWP’s training programs until they become “fully trained.” This includes but is not limited to meeting with departmental management and subject matter experts to get feedback on the progress of training, meeting daily with trainees to see what is going well and what needs improvement to ensure they have what they need to succeed in their current role. Training and development/improvement of hands-on training using the Next 90 Workbooks and other training materials with an employee’s “overall training experience” being a focal point of the role.