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POET Bioprocessing

  • Manufacturing-Manufacturers Representatives
  • Agriculture
868 E 800 N
North Manchester, IN 46962
(260) 774-3532
(605) 965-2203 (fax)
  • About

    POET Biorefining - North Manchester will provide a high performance, environmentally-friendly fuel as well as a premium, high-quality livestock feed for regional, national and international markets.

  • Jobs

    Maintenance Technician
    Category: Technicians
    JOB SUMMARY The Maintenance Technician is responsible for the safe and efficient repair, preventative maintenance, and cleaning of all equipment associated with plant processes. Team members in this position will also perform maintenance tasks on all plant equipment. Maintenance Technicians are accountable for communicating any issues to the management team. Maintenance Technicians should be ...read more

    Contact

    Phone:(260) 774-3532
    Fax:(605) 965-2203
    Plant Engineering Intern
    Category: Engineering/Design
    JOB SUMMARY The Plant Engineering Intern works closely with the Plant Manager and the Maintenance Manager to maximize efficiencies of plant operations while optimizing plant run time.  The Plant Engineering Intern troubleshoots and identifies process needs to maintain production levels and assists in the development of predicative and preventative maintenance programs.   DURING A TYPICAL DAY ...read more

    Contact

    Phone:(260) 774-3532
    Fax:(605) 965-2203
    Production Operator
    Category: Manufacturing
    ABOUT POET At POET, it is our mission to be good stewards of the Earth by converting renewable resources to energy and other valuable goods as effectively as humanly possible. For over thirty years our drive and passion to change the world has enabled us to become the largest producer and marketer of bioethanol and leader in bio-based products in the world. Beyond our world-class culture, POET ...read more

    Contact

    Phone:(260) 774-3532
    Fax:(605) 965-2203
  • Directions

    Take IN-SR13 to 800N in Wabash County. Turn east, cross railroad tracks and proceed 1/2 mile.