Plant Operator - Quarry Second Shift (4:00PM to 2:00 AM)

Allentown, PA
Apr 28, 2017
Institution Type
Outside Academe

Job Description

This position is responsible for operating and maintaining plant equipment efficiently.


• Operates quarry plant equipment.
• Performs routine maintenance and repairs on quarry plant equipment.
• Assists other departments when needed.
• Meets production schedule.
• Completes daily production reports.
• Fills/loads bagged material for customers.
• Performs other duties as assigned.

Company Description
As both a general contractor and subcontractor, New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co., Inc. lives by a commitment to our customers, pledging to construct their projects safely and deliver the highest quality end product on time and on budget. We do not make promises we do not intend on keeping. To this end, we focus on three critical components throughout our operations and in every job entrusted to us...

In 1924, New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co., Inc. began as a commitment between J. S. Detwiler and his son, Paul I. Detwiler. Over the next two decades, J. S. and Paul acquired several other quarries in addition to blacktop and ready mix concrete plants. In 1949, J. S. included his other sons, Emmert, Dale, and Galen, in the company' operations.

After the company incorporated in 1950, the four brothers expanded and diversified NESL, adding precast/prestressed concrete plants, concrete pipe plants, and more quarries. During the 1970s, NESL acquired Martin Limestone, Inc. in Blue Ball, Pennsylvania, and Valley Quarries, Inc. in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. In 2000, the company added Buffalo Crushed Stone, Inc. in Buffalo, New York, to its list of subsidiaries. In 2002, the company acquired Lancaster Stone. Stabler Companies Inc. and certain of its subsidiaries were added in 2007, expanding their services throughout the United States.

The commitment that began between father and son continues today in this family-owned corporation guided by fourth and fifth-generation Detwilers. That commitment comes from company personnel as well, since many of them are third and fourth-generation employees. The Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development named NESL one of the 50 best places to work among companies with 250 or more employees.

Allentown, PA


Mon, 24 Apr 2017 14:43:40 PDT