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24 days ago

Process Engineer - Conway, AR

Kimberly-Clark Conway, AR

• Safety: Support implementation of the loss control improvement process by compliance with critical safety rules. Visibly demonstrate that safety is… Kimberly-Clark


29 days ago

Process Engineer - Maumelle, AR

Kimberly-Clark Maumelle, AR

in a safe manner. Develop and deliver equipment and processes that meet safety requirements, policies and guidelines. Provide for the safety and… Kimberly-Clark


5 days ago

Electrical Engineer - Maumelle, AR

Kimberly-Clark Maumelle, AR

in a safe manner. Develop and deliver equipment and processes that meet safety requirements, policies and guidelines. Provides for the safety and… Kimberly-Clark


6 days ago

Machine Operator - Maumelle, AR

Kimberly-Clark Maumelle, AR

To safely and efficiently perform all business/team, operational and technical tasks within the team’s responsibility. The person in this position is… Kimberly-Clark


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    I WORKED at Kimberly-Clark for about three years at Conway, AR Mill as KnB Op. (Not Irving, TX)

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    Former Employee - Technician in Conway, AR
    Former Employee - Technician in Conway, AR

    I worked at Kimberly-Clark full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Good pay for mostly easy labor. Off every other Fri/Sat/Sun and they pay double time on Sundays. Most people pretty laid back and respect other's space. I was proud to be a K-C'er. Felt like I had it made. K-C's safety standards and product quality thresholds are no doubt industry leading.

    Cons

    Training only covers basics like loading materials and fixing simple problems. I didn't actually learn how to REALLY run a line for at least another year b/c every line I worked runs different. The machines are out dated. Nepautism runs rampit; my boss was 21 when he got promoted over applicants who over qualified. To me, it seemed like ops who showed up to do his/her job right were treated with less respect than those who goofed off all night. The "Good-ole boy" system is definetly in affect here. I I felt relieved when I had the oppurtunity to get out of that place!

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Communication between different shift teams was a problem my entire time at KC. Teamwork is NOT a common occurance even between ops on the same line. Asset leaders should encourage ops to discuss any problem directly to the asset leader.

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