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  • Paper Mill Production Technician

    Location: Cottonton, AL Base Pay: 25.56 per HOUR

    Currently looking for safe, committed people to join our Paper Mill in Cottonton, AL. Currently, we are looking to fill temporary openings in our production areas of the mill. Below provides more detail for the positions and requirements.

    Basic functions:The production areas of the mill include our Paper Machine, Chemical Recovery, Pulp Mill and Utilities Departments. The positions are there to assist other workers in the operations of the mill.

    Essential functions within the production areas will include but not limited to: 

       Paper Machine Department

    Cutting, loading, storing, and removing of paper cores  Assist in startup of machines Clean up of areas


    Chemical Recovery Department

    Maintain check lists

    Manage rail track/truck inventory

    Confirm placement of train cars and their content

    Pump out lime pits and unload fresh lime


    Pulp Mill Department

    Monitor wood chip delivery system

    Dislodge and clear blockage from conveyor delivery system, chute, hopper, or screens

    Visually inspect wood chip delivery systems for potential blockage or malfunction


    Utilities Department

    Check all Equipment

    Startup of truck dumpers

    Assist drivers if needed

    Unplug bark hogs and trucker dump hoppers and conveyors

    Mahrt Papermill offers competitive wages. The competitive hourly wage with no Papermill experience will begin at $20.45 – 25.56/hour.  Papermill job experience will be reviewed for appropriate payrate.


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  • Tool & Die

    Location: Eufaula, AL Base Pay: 12.00 per HOUR

    No Weekend Work! 




    Tool and die makers construct precision tools or metal forms, called dies, that are used to cut, shape, and form metal and other materials. They produce jigs and fixtures devices that hold metal while it is bored, stamped, or drilled and gauges and other measuring devices.


    • Use sketches, blueprints, specifications and models to plan operations for the fabrication of dies, tools and assemblies, ensuring safety and maximum efficiency
    • Verify dimensions of finished parts to ensure they conform to specifications using dial indicators, gauge blocks, calipers and micrometers
    • Utilize hand and machine tools to assemble parts of tools and dies and to repair and modify gauges, jigs and dies
    • Design templates and jigs to be used as work aids for convenient fabrication of products and parts
    • Diagnose and troubleshoot problems and perform repairs on tools, manually operated dies and progressive dies
    • Interface with external and internal customers, handle supplier and customer concerns, and work with team members to solve problems during the production process
    • File and finish workpieces using the appropriate hand tools to ensure products are smooth and that they fit together properly
    • Select the appropriate metals and materials to be used based on properties, ensuring they meet project specifications

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