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Inspection Operator 

Wednesday, September 20, 2023 9:30:00 AM


Local employer is looking for a full time Inspection/FIG (Flow In Gasket) Operator to fill a temp to hire position. Pay starts at $18.50-$24.50/hr.

The FIG/Secondary Operator ensures quality products are being produced and the equipment is being operated per the approved processes.  To assure that all lids are installed with gaskets, caps, plugs or labels per customer specifications and are being manufactured and packaged according to companies quality standards in a safe and efficient manner.


  • Set up the equipment to match customer order specifications and ensure production schedules are met timely.
  • Promptly correct machinery malfunctions
  • Oversees the starting and stopping of the equipment, housekeeping, cleaning of equipment and quality control of product produced.
  • Performs necessary adjustments to the process to ensure acceptable product.
  • Will notify the manager of production, scrap and fill out any documentation and production reports.
  • Manual installation of plugs/caps.
  • Validate gasket installation with validating machine.
  • Apply screw caps with torque unit.
  • Install caps/plugs using cap installation machine.
  • Visually inspect lids.
  • Prepare proper product identification and/or packaging labels.
  • Maintain, clean and organize assigned work area.


  • Mechanical aptitude, ability to work with hand tools.                      
  • Ability to use common measuring tools.
  • Able to work around chemicals.                                                     
  • Must be able to calculate using general math.
  • Must be able to identify alpha/numeric product codes.                 
  •  Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds safely.
  • Must be able to frequently lift, bend, and reach to perform necessary job functions.


  • 3rd shift: Monday through Friday (11 PM - 7 AM)

If interested contact Christine at 563.263.6589 or apply with the button below.

Machine Operator - Wapello, IA 

Wednesday, September 20, 2023 9:29:00 AM

Individual will be performing various tasks within a variety of production area(s) as needed. This will require the ability to operate various equipment and tools with training available on the job.

Job duties will include but not limited to:

  • Operating a variety of machines such as: punch press, hydraulic press, brake press drill press, rollform, powder coat paint line and welding
  • Moving and maneuvering carts and coils of  steel
  • Performing quality checks on steel for proper length using various gages and calibers
  • Performing visual inspection of completed parts for quality and production defects
  • Must be able to complete accurate daily production  paperwork
  • Other duties as assigned


  • Job requires a motivated, self-starter with initiative and a positive attitude. Individual must be dependable and have mechanical abilities to produce quality parts in a fast paced manufacturing operation. Job requires an individual who is conscientious about safety and quality.


  • 1st shift – 5:30 am – 2:00 pm (Mon-Fri) overtime when required and some Saturdays
  • 2nd shift – 2:00 pm – 10:30 pm (Mon-Fri) overtime when required and some Saturdays


  • 1st shift: $14/hr
  • 2nd shift $15/hr 

Contact Christine at or call 563.263.6589 if interested. 

Programs Manager 

Tuesday, September 19, 2023 11:37:00 AM

A local nonprofit is looking for a Programs Manager to add to their team! Hours are Monday-Thursday 8am-5pm and Fridays 8am-3pm with occasional evening events.

Responsibilities and Duties

• Responsible for the design and implementation of programs within the organization’s policies, state compliance, and national standards, including fund establishment, granting, scholarships, awards, and other programs.
• Manages and serves as the expert of grant and scholarship programs, providing leadership, training, and assistance to committees, schools, and organizations.
• Primary contact with clients and potential clients for on-going granting and scholarship communications. Frequent contact to inform, collect, and confirm information needed for eligibility and award decisioning.
• Coordinate grant and scholarship committee meetings, communicate with selection committees and provide necessary supportive documents in the review and decision-making process, and ensure meetings are documented.
• Conduct due diligence for nonprofit eligibility to receive grants. Process grant and scholarship award communications. Plans award ceremonies and related events in coordination with Communications Coordinator and Director of Marketing.
• Monitor the progress of awarded grants and scholarships including the submission of reports, subsequent payments, and other related correspondence with grantee organizations.
• Acts as topic and compliance resource on fund, grant, and scholarship development, donors, and recipients.
• Create, enter, and maintain fund, grant, scholarship, donor information, and files to meet legal, audit, and policy requirements.
• Works in conjunction with the Communications Coordinator and Director of Marketing to maintain updated fund, grant, and scholarship information on website, media, and printed marketing materials.
• Provide continuous administrative support for all program and service areas of the organization including donor, financial, and nonprofit services.
• Provide regular and ad hoc metrics and program reports.
• Identify and communicate recommendations for improvement in processes and strategies.


• Associate degree or beyond, preferred.
• Ability to process a high volume of information with a high level of accuracy and problem solving.
• Proficiency using Microsoft Office support software (Excel, Word, Outlook).
• Strong presentation, verbal, and written communication skills.
• Strong organizational skills and attention to detail with proven ability to provide outstanding customer service.
• Self-motivated and results oriented with a proven ability to achieve ambitious goals.
• Ability to work with limited supervision, and as part of a team and to manage multiple and sometimes competing priorities effectively.
• An affinity for philanthropy, the role of non-profits in strengthening communities, and a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.
• Have a valid driver’s license.

This position would be direct hire through Community Foundation of Greater Muscatine.

If interested apply now by clicking below or call Lorena at 563-263-6589.


Machine Operator - 1st shift  

Monday, September 18, 2023 8:42:00 AM

These positions may lead to Temp-to-Hire opportunities. Machine Operators are responsible for building components at a manufacturing facility in Muscatine that produces office and home furniture.

•  Running the equipment that build, bend, drill, and laminate office furniture products.
• Maintains safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations
• Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed

• Reliable and dependable with the ability to be at work on time everyday
• Strong attention to detail
• Ability to read and interpret blueprints
• Compliance and attention to all safety regulations
• Strong organizational skills
• Ability to lift 25-50 lbs.

• 1st shift: 6:30a-3p
• $16/hr.

• Pre-employment drug testing

Lightweight Assembly – Durant, IA 

Monday, September 18, 2023 8:41:00 AM


Durant, Iowa manufacturer is in need of a 1st shift electronic assemblers.

• Assembly of electrical components and assemblies.
• Material Handling – lifting small parts.
• Use of hand and small powered tools.

• Dependable and reliable
• Transportation to Durant, Iowa

• Monday – Friday 8AM – 4:30PM


• $12.50/hr 

Durant, Iowa is 25 minutes west of Davenport on Highway 6, and 20 minutes northeast of Muscatine.

Call Christine Fear if interested (563)263-6589, or email

Temporary Telecommunications General Laborer 

Monday, September 18, 2023 8:14:00 AM

General labor for Installation and removal of telecommunications plant, associated equipment, and other tasks such as drop buries, vaults installations, coax drop termination, aerial drop removal and provide assistance on projects as required.

Specific Responsibilities
1. Perform customer drop installation and removal functions for communication services.
a. Hand digging to install communication services, expose utility or obstructions.
b. Working around and with drop bury machinery.
c. Removal of decommissioned overhead services.
d. Removal of decommissioned coax lines from customer premise and commercial facilities.
e. Ensure all paperwork and documentation is updated and completed.
2. General construction functions
a. Cable Installation into conduits, attics, and walls
b. Hand dig as required for utility equipment.

Other Responsibilities
1. Assist Telecommunications Technicians for construction projects.
2. Inspection and verification of contractor installed quantities and craftsmanship.

1. High school graduate or equivalent.
2. General labor experience
3. Working knowledge of computers, mobile devices, and other networked devices.

1. Reliable/ strong work ethic
2. Excellent interpersonal and listening skills, with ability to build productive professional relationships and promote a team atmosphere.
3. Good verbal and written communication skills.
4. Good judgment and reasoning skills.
5. Problem identification, analysis, and solving.

1. Ability to work as part of a team.
2. Ability to work independently, effectively prioritize work, manage multiple tasks, meet deadlines, and adjust work priorities as needed to meet department/organizational objectives.
3. Strong mechanical aptitude.
4. Capable of performing physical labor
5. Ability to distinguish colors.

Other Position Requirements
1. Must possess a valid driver’s license.
2. Must be able to attend work on a regular basis, work overtime as needed, and participate in a rotating stand-by schedule.

Work Environment
1. Work environment is primarily in customer locations or at outdoor job sites throughout the community. Part of each day is spent in an office environment. Fieldwork is performed in all weather conditions.
2. Must be able to climb ladders and work from elevated platform or bucket trucks for extended periods under various types of weather/seasonal conditions.
3. Must comply with all safety and site rules at all locations.

Mon-Fri; 7:30 am - 4:00 pm (some overtime may be available) 


Apply now by clicking the button below. If you have already applied with us and are interested in these positions please contact Christine at 563.263.6589

Machine Operator - Tipton  

Tuesday, August 29, 2023 9:03:00 AM

Position Summary
Machine operators make sure their machines are working at full capacity, are stocked with needed materials, well-maintained and perform periodic quality checks on output.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
· Follow written and verbal instruction.
· Maintain a clean and organized workspace.
· Feed raw material or parts to machines and assure that they are properly clamped in place.
· Monitor equipment to assure proper function throughout the process.
· Monitor the process to assure that the finished products meet the quality and quantity constraints of the company.
· Control and adjust machine settings.
· Read blueprints for pertinent information.
· Inspect parts with precision measuring tools.
· De-burr, clean and package parts to required standards.
· Trouble shoot machine and/or process issues.
· Report to Supervisor(s) or Team Leads keeping them updated on production activities and progress.
· Communicate and/or document all pertinent information.
· Work alongside other employees with the common goal to improve performance and reliability of the process.

Qualifications and Essential Skills
· Math Skills
· Attention to Detail
· Mechanical and Technical Skills
· Stamina
· Minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent preferred; technical degree is a plus.
· Qualified applicants will receive on-the-job training.

Background Information

  • Must be able to pass a drug test.


  • 2nd shift: Monday-Thursday (4:30pm-3am)
  • $18/hr ($16.50 base pay + $1.50 shift premium)
    *mandatory over time on Friday's when required

If interested, please contact Christine at 563-263-6589 or apply with the button below.
Walk-In interviews welcome! 104 Cleveland St. Muscatine, IA. 


Envelope Machine Operator – Wapello, IA 

Friday, August 25, 2023 1:41:00 PM


Wapello Iowa manufacturer of paper envelopes is in need machine operators to load and unload envelopes for printing. Temp to hire with full benefits after hired.

• Will be trained to operate envelope printing machine. 
• Material Handling – lifting up to 35 lbs.
• Quality control checks and count checks to keep track of production runs.

• Dependable and reliable
• Transportation with drivers license to Wapello Iowa.

• Current openings are on 3rd shift. 

• $15.00 hr 

• Pre-employment drug testing 

See Rachel Brockert (563)263-6589.


Walk-in applications and interviews are always welcome! 104 Cleveland St. Muscatine



Maintenance - Wilton  

Wednesday, August 9, 2023 1:29:00 PM

• Assist in a variety of tasks such as repairing, installing, maintaining machinery and mechanical equipment.
• Testing the machinery and ascertaining that they comply with industry standards.
• Keeping machines properly lubricated using grease gun and maintaining proper fluid levels.

• Mechanically inclined
• Must be able to stand for up 10 hours per day
• Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds on consistent basis
• Welding and electrical knowledge are pluses but not required.

• pay depends on experience

• Pre-employment drug testing

If interested please contact Mike at 563-263-6589 or apply by clicking the button below.

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