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Packaging Machine Operator



Job Description
Expectations

1. Trouble shooting and performing preventative maintenance of packaging equipment
2. Monitoring product quality and responding to issues identified by quality assurance and the packers
3. Partnering with material handlers, spicer's, and supervisor's to ensure appropriate communication of assignment and changes to the schedule are made to avoid over and under running product
4. PMO's must fill out process control checks to ensure their lines are running good quality product meeting the plant specifications
5. Maintaining a positive attitude and integrity at all times
6. Ensures work area, packaging machinery, and other plant equipment are kept clean and well maintained

Required skill set:

1. General mechanical skills consistent with 1-2 years experience in a manufacturing environment preferred.
2. Must be self-motivated
3. Ability to respond to change quickly and pay close attention to detail
4. Knowledge of safe operating practices involved in the use of lock-out/tag-out programs and food safety
5. Experience with general category tools (Allen wrenches, screw drivers, etc.).
6. Strong commitment to company values
7. Mathematical reasoning

Physical Requirements:

1. Fast-paced, medium work
2. May be required to periodically climb stairs and work at elevated levels

For more information you can contact us at (602) 422-9406








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