Website BASF Corporation
Earn a paycheck while you learn a new career as a Manufacturing Production Technician Apprentice
Starting pay $18.50/hr
At BASF, we are proud to introduce the next generation of Manufacturing Production Technicians to the innovative world of Manufacturing. If you are looking to build a meaningful career while making an impact on the world then come create chemistry with us!
As a Manufacturing Production Technician in our Seneca, SC Chemical Catalyst Recycling plant, you will make an impact on the world with a fundamental focus on sustainability. As a Manufacturing Production Technicians Apprentice, you will be a part of a team which recycles materials from specialty chemical catalysts and precious metal chemicals. These recycled materials are then used to produce a wide variety of new products including pharmaceuticals, fragrances, herbicides, fertilizers, plastics, automotive emission catalysts and more!
You will begin an academic certificate program…
while working and learning on site in our Seneca, SC site from some of the best in the business. During your time here we don’t want you to sweat the small stuff so BASF will cover the entire cost of your educational program, including books!
When you’re not studying you will have opportunities to…
Work hands-on in our Seneca SC plant recycling specialty chemical catalysts and precious metal chemicals.
Operate process equipment to maintain product within customer specifications
Drive a operate a forklift
Maintain lot integrity by keeping accurate batch/run sheets.
Attend plant safety meetings and participate in incident investigations
Have a HS Diploma or GED
Work in a plant environment and lift 50lbs
Are able to work 12hr fixed shifts (day OR night/weekends and holidays)
Are willing to enroll in a certificate program to launch a career in Manufacturing
Click apply to [email protected]!
Preferred dress code
Business (business suit, tie)
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