- Pay: $14.00/hour
- Experience: 2 Years
- Qualification: High school diploma or equivalent
Immediate need for a Palletizer position. Temp with the potential to become permanent. Hours are 6:54 am to on a rotating schedule with every other weekend off. Must have steel-toed shoes.
- Operate and adjust blow molding and packaging equipment to produce quality bottles.
- Know & understand ALL Plant safety rules and regulations.
- Avoid ALL potential safety hazards and unsafe work practices.
- All housekeeping duties and keeping your area clean and neat.
- The Palletizer Operator is responsible for the proper operation of the Palletizer and all support equipment including the overhead conveyors
- The Palletizer Operator is responsible for the continual cleaning and maintenance of the machines and the housekeeping of the Palletizer area.
- Inspect all packaging material (layer sheets, picture frames, and skids) for serviceability and cleanliness and notify the quality assurance supervisor and/or the shift supervisor of any nonconforming or questionable product.
- To ensure each layer is palletized properly, with no missing bottles.
- Ability to install, load, and thread strapping material in pallet strapper.
- To maintain adequate packaging materials at the Palletizer at all times.
- To restock a full amount of necessary packaging materials for shift change.
- To monitor the process for nonconforming bottles, and take the proper steps if nonconforming bottles are found.
- Ability to safely operate Palletizer machinery including bottle sweep, pallet hoist, and, pallet strapping.
- Ability to clear any bottle jams, and safely replace any missing bottles on the sweep table.
- Ability to correctly tag a full pallet of production bottles.
- Ability to MANUALLY operate palletizer including bottle sweep, pallet strapping, turning, etc.
- The continual quality of the container as it passes through the process, including all assigned quality assurance checks.
- Ensure that the video jet is working properly and the date code is legible and correct.
- To immediately notify maintenance and the shift supervisor when any repair, major adjustments, and/or replacement of parts are required.
- When the line goes down, your first priority is to clean up your immediate area, then assist the operator in getting the line back up and running.
- To immediately notify the quality assurance supervisor and/or the shift supervisor when nonconforming product(s) are found and document the check on the QA form.
- Complete Lockout/tag-out training.
- Complete basic SPC training.
- To clean up your work area before leaving at the end of the shift.
- Frequently climb ladders and steps
- Frequently pushes and pulls up to 75 lbs.
- Frequently lifts up to 5-10 lbs.
Contact Britt or Rebecca at (814) 362-4650, if interested.