Internship Details

EartH2o
Website:
http://www.earth2o.com

Internship Title
Warehouse Interns
Area Industry Minimum Age Hourly Rate Interns Needed
Jefferson County Manufacturing 18 $13.00 3
Resume Required Requires Cover Letter Interview Required Hours Per Week Days Per Week
Yes No Yes 20-40 Monday - Friday
Application Deadline Start Date End Date Computer Knowledge Drug Screening
until filled 2021-05-10 TBD No Yes
Background Check
Yes

Description
EartH2o is one of the first U.S. bottled water companies to use 100% Oregon recycled plastic (rPET) to make our bottles, renu bottles produced by EartH2o are truly unique.  No virgin resin means that our bottle's life cycle is a closed-loop within our own state.  This means we reduce landfill waste, support our state economy and show how Recycling Plastic can work for everyone.
 
We have three different departments for our interns:
Bottle Division: stacking 5-gallon bottles - Filled and sealed 5-gallon bottles of water (the type that goes in office water coolers) roll down a free-rolling (no power involved) roller tracker to the employee, who inspects for proper cap fit and date coding.  The employee then loads into steel racks.  It involves lifting and stacking 5-gallon bottles into racks, working in a wet area, the heaviest lift is 35lb - 45 lbs
Case Goods - Filled and sealed cases of bottled water roll down a free-rolling (no power involved) roller track to the employee, who inspects for case integrity of other defects, then stacks the cases on a pallet in a specified pattern.  It would be lifting and stacking case goods 20 lbs - 35 lbs and stacking on layers on a pallet
Plastics Division: inspection and stacking of plastic bottles - Interns in our Plastics Division will be responsible for the inspection and stacking of the bottles that fall into inspection chutes, where the worker picks them up to inspect for defects.  If bottles are good, they stack them in a designated pattern on the pallet one layer at a time, adding a new cardboard layer as each layer is complete.  Lifting less than 1 lb but repetitive working and using hands, wrists, and twisting.  
 
We are willing to employ an intern in our manufacturing industry for part-time, full shift (7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.), and split shift part-time (7:00 a.m. - noon, 11:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.)  Availability and schedule will be determined
Educational Aspect
Interns will learn about the production of water bottles and quality control of our products in our plant.  We source water from Opal Springs right here in Culver, Oregon.  
Further Requirements

Must have reliable transportation to arrive on time to your scheduled shift time.

Lift Requirements

1 pound - 45 pounds frequently


EartH2o
Website:
http://www.earth2o.com
Internship Title
Warehouse Interns
AreaIndustry
Jefferson CountyManufacturing
Minimum AgeHourly Rate
18$13.00
Interns NeededRequires Cover Letter
3No
Interview RequiredApplication Deadline
Yesuntil filled
Start DateEnd Date
2021-05-10TBD
Hours/WeekGeneral Computer Knowledge
20-40No
Drug ScreeningBackground Check
YesYes

Description
EartH2o is one of the first U.S. bottled water companies to use 100% Oregon recycled plastic (rPET) to make our bottles, renu bottles produced by EartH2o are truly unique.  No virgin resin means that our bottle's life cycle is a closed-loop within our own state.  This means we reduce landfill waste, support our state economy and show how Recycling Plastic can work for everyone.
 
We have three different departments for our interns:
Bottle Division: stacking 5-gallon bottles - Filled and sealed 5-gallon bottles of water (the type that goes in office water coolers) roll down a free-rolling (no power involved) roller tracker to the employee, who inspects for proper cap fit and date coding.  The employee then loads into steel racks.  It involves lifting and stacking 5-gallon bottles into racks, working in a wet area, the heaviest lift is 35lb - 45 lbs
Case Goods - Filled and sealed cases of bottled water roll down a free-rolling (no power involved) roller track to the employee, who inspects for case integrity of other defects, then stacks the cases on a pallet in a specified pattern.  It would be lifting and stacking case goods 20 lbs - 35 lbs and stacking on layers on a pallet
Plastics Division: inspection and stacking of plastic bottles - Interns in our Plastics Division will be responsible for the inspection and stacking of the bottles that fall into inspection chutes, where the worker picks them up to inspect for defects.  If bottles are good, they stack them in a designated pattern on the pallet one layer at a time, adding a new cardboard layer as each layer is complete.  Lifting less than 1 lb but repetitive working and using hands, wrists, and twisting.  
 
We are willing to employ an intern in our manufacturing industry for part-time, full shift (7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.), and split shift part-time (7:00 a.m. - noon, 11:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.)  Availability and schedule will be determined
Educational Aspect
Interns will learn about the production of water bottles and quality control of our products in our plant.  We source water from Opal Springs right here in Culver, Oregon.  
Further Requirements

Must have reliable transportation to arrive on time to your scheduled shift time.

Lift Requirements

1 pound - 45 pounds frequently


Area Coordinator

Debbie Taylor
debbie@edcoinfo.com
(541) 408-1308