Case Packer And Sealer Job Description Sample
To assure that finished packaged goods are inserted into proper cartons/containers.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
% Of Role
Conduct pre-start safety and sanitation inspections per instructions and record results
Assure proper codes are on bags and cartons
Assure that the machine is set up properly
Assure that the proper weight is being packed
Assure that the taste and appearance of the finished product meets quality standards
Assure that the seasoning items are packed in the correct film
Picks and assembles cartons
Gently lifts and places correct number of bags in cartons
Places cartons into sealer and places sealed carton onto conveyor/pallet
Rotate to other areas in the packaging room as needed
Keep work area neat, clean and orderly
Performs other tasks as needed such as
§ Make boxes
§ Help other packers
- Open re-work product
SQF Essential Daily Duties and
% Of Role
At the beginning of the shift be on time with the correct paperwork by the assigned line. Note: 2nd shift packers must be by the line right away after 1st shift packer leaves to avoid downtime.
At the beginning of production and/or shift change verify code dates on the bags and cases. If code date is not correct or not legible stop the line immediately and informsupervisor, assistant supervisor or shift manager
Note: code date on bags and cases must be inspected every 60 min (+/- 10min; exact time of the test must be documented) If changing to another size or seasoning, test must be performed at the beginning
Verify that correct packaging film is used. If film is wrong place stop the line immediately and inform PMO or supervisor.
Verify the bag weight, during production; weight test must be done every 30min (+/- 10min) Note: exact time of the test must be written on the sheet.
If there are any issues with the weight stop the line immediately and inform Supervisor and/ or manager right away.
Follow all GMP's, and Food safety policies and procedures
If line is down inform PMO and/or supervisor right away to avoid downtime during production.
When line down (PMO changing the film) clean the area around the line that you are packing in
If the line is down due to mechanical issues help another packer or make additional cases if necessary.
Basic Purpose To assure that finished packaged goods are inserted into proper cartons/containers. Skills/Knowledge/Abilities *High School Diploma or GED *Minimum 6 months experience in a manufacturing environment *Ability to apply common sense and understanding to carry out detailed but uninvolved oral instructions *Ability to lift up to 50lbs *Willingness to work some weekends and overtime as needed *Ability to read and speak basic English *Wear all required protective equipment *Comply with all company policies and regulations
Packaging Crew Lead
JOB PURPOSE AND SUMMARY
With relation to current production schedule, coordinates pouch packaging crew, assigning duties, setting equipment parameters and performing various product quality inspections. Maintain effective communication with Operations Supervisor, Operations Line Lead, Filler Operators, Batch Operators, and QC personnel.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
ITEM TIME JOB FUNCTIONS
1.45% Coordinate crew assignments, ensuring position rotation throughout shift. Setup and monitor packaging equipment in conjunction with Case maker Operator and Auto Packer Operator: case coders, checkweighers, palletizer, robotic system, carton former and sealer in accordance with product specific MSP. Support MES System development and implementation and have the ability to train team members. Also have the ability to enhance the MES system by learning how all functions work and help develop what functions best suit our application.
3.20% Assign and relieve crewmembers for breaks, and meal periods. Provide on the job training for new and temporary employees.
4.5% Perform other duties as needed or assigned by supervisor
POSITION DIMENSIONS AND QUALIFICATIONS
Operations Supervisor, Case Maker Operators Auto Packer Operators, Packaging Operators, Forklift Operators, Batch and Filler Operators, temporary personnel and Quality team
Packaging Suppliers, Glue Suppliers
Education Level and Focus:
High School diploma or equivalent. Some college preferred.
Years and Type of Related Experience Required:
3-5 Years Production line experience. Some experience in a leadership role preferred
SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Interpersonal and Communication:
Ability to function with minimal supervision, including the capacity to follow verbal and written instruction, team player, ability to speak and write English. Ability to direct crew members to achieve efficiencies and maintain open communications
Technical and Analytical:
Ability to count accurately, attention to detail
Administrative and Operations:
Ability to read labels and codes on boxes and product
Agile, ability to stand for long periods of time, reaching, bending, lift 40+ lbs, pushing, pulling, stretching
Food plant, cold, hot and humid conditions, wet floors, high noise levels, forklift and pedestrian traffic
Special Equipment Used:
Forklift, thermometers, scales, case forming and sealing machines, palletizer, glue pots and machines, case packer, tape sealing machines, label machines. Communication radios
Assistant Production Operator
Founded in 1964, Cascades produces, converts and markets packaging and tissue products that are composed mainly of recycled fibers. The Company employs 11,000 employees, who work in more than 90 production units located in North America and Europe. With its management philosophy, half a century of experience in recycling, and continuous efforts in research and development as driving forces, Cascades continues to deliver the innovative products that customers have come to rely on.
CASCADES TISSUE GROUP
The Tissue Group, a division of Cascades, is the second-largest tissue producer in Canada and the fifth-largest in North America. The Division manufactures, converts and markets a huge selection of paper products, such as hand towels, bathroom tissue, facial tissue, napkins, paper towels, wipers and dispensers for the North American away-from-home and consumer products markets. The Group has more than 2,200 employees and operates seven manufacturing plants, nine conversion plants and four plants with both manufacturing and conversion facilities.
Operate winder, logsaw, wrapper, case packer, case printer, and case sealer
Complete roll changes, including webbing up the machine
Check and fill lamination, tail tie and pick up glues
Troubleshoot mechanical issues
Operate hand tools, pallet jacks, and fire extinguishers
Follow SOP's to complete product changeovers
Follow production schedules and complete production goals
Load boxes by hand to case packers
Maintain equipment and keep work environment clean
Other duties as assigned
Use the correct equipment and tools to perform the job
Perform all job functions safely
Follow company policies, procedures, and work instructions
Work the scheduled / assigned times and required overtime for the position
Maintain positive attitude and co-operate with colleagues and management
Ensure conformance to product specifications by completing all quality checks
High School Diploma/GED Required
Temp To Hire after at least 90 days. Pay increases to $16.00 Hourly if hired by Cascades directly. If you learn to run a converting machine, you can earn $17.44 hourly to start.
Warehouse Associate - 2Nd Shift
Second Shift Hours
Thursday 2:45 pm
11:00 pm; Friday 12:15 pm
7:15 pm; additional overtime and/or weekend hours as scheduled
Warehouse Associate Overview
The Warehouse Associate must correctly make up pallets of cases of product that meet all customer and/or company specifications as to case counts, correct cases or acceptable substitutes, correct labels, correct size and counts on skids, etc., and transport completed skids within the warehouse by forklift. This role also keeps raw material usage records accurately and assures that correct information is turned in to the Accounting Department. A small amount of computer work is required to create and print case labels and other production and shipping documents. Basic math computation abilities (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, and decimals) and limited computer skills (basic data entry within templates and spreadsheets) are required in this role.
Palletize cases to be prepared for shipping per customer demand.
Operate a forklift to move pallets in and out of the Track area.
Make up load tags for all skids.
Verify that all labels are correct.
Keep track of daily completed counts for each machine and record each in the production book and forward specific information to the Accounting department.
Label and/or mark all cases and skids correctly.
Correctly fill out the completed job tickets and file in the "finished jobs" file.
Draw cases from the staging are or warehouse if Shipping & Receiving personnel are busy.
Assist the packers in getting corrugated cases to the finishing equipment.
When the workload allows, assist Shipping & Receiving personnel in stretch wrapping skids.
Maintain the track and case sealer area in a clean and safe manner.
Inform the Supervisor of any needs of the palletizing area, i.e. tape, skids, supplies, etc.
Follow all WS Packaging Group, Inc.'s rules for the Food Safe Product Program.
Operates all equipment with all guards and safety features.
Wears Company provided safety equipment as required by company policy, supplier instructions and/or OSHA regulations.
Stores all supplies, chemicals and equipment in a safe and orderly manner.
Complete others duties as assigned.
Education and Experience
This role has no experience requirements; however, skills/experience in the following areas will be beneficial:
Printing industry experience
food-safe industry experience
Basic math and computer skills are needed in this role
Prefers a high school diploma or general education degree (GED) or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Strong written/verbal interpersonal and communication skills. Must be able to read, write, and comprehend instructions and SOPs.
Ability to manage multiple tasks within a fast-paced environment in an organized manner.
Strong initiative, problem-solving, and resourcefulness.
Lifting of cases of folding cartons from a track at waist height and stacking on skids from floor level to a height of approximately 60". Average weight of cases would be 40 pounds, with a range of 5-60 pounds. Twisting and bending is required while stacking corrugated cases on skids and while moving skids with hand trucks. Skid weights will range from 100-2000 pounds with an average of approximately 1250 pounds. Working in an environment with paper dust suspended in the air. Should have the ability to walk and stand on concrete floors for an 8-10 hour shift.
Gluer Machine Apprentice
Since 1927 Southern Champion Tray (SCT) has become a leading manufacturer and distributor of stock and custom paperboard packaging products for over 1,100 customers, such as Baskin-Robbins, Albertsons, Sysco, and Dairy Queen, in 13 countries across multiple industry segments, including bakery, restaurant/food-service, consumer packaged goods, and others. Still privately-held as a third generation family owned and operated business, SCT remains firmly committed to fostering a healthy corporate culture focused on people and values, embodied by over 650 resourceful team members. SCT's corporate office, production facility, and distribution center are located in Chattanooga, Tennessee. SCT also has a custom packaging solutions division located in Mansfield, Texas, which has been perennially ranked by CNN/Money Magazine as one of the top 100 places to live in the United States. More may be learned about SCT by visiting www.sctray.com.
SCT is an equal opportunity employer, and a drug-free workplace.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
The apprentice is in training to master all areas of gluing operation(s) including those listed below:
Set up and operate machine(s) in a consistent manner as instructed in the training program.
In conjunction with this, the operator has the responsibility to maintain the procedures concerning operation unless the training program is changed and properly recorded concerning procedure.
At beginning of shift, check previous shift's run to determine status of run.
Completely and accurately, fill out Production Report.
Direct the activities of the helper or helpers assigned to the machine to attain the production goals.
Start equipment and adjust machine as required to attain target speeds.
7.Be responsible for the quality of the product manufactured with regard to folding, gluing, and packaging, labeling and stacking.
Several times each hour check products for proper gluing and folding.
Observe packers to be sure that the proper count is going into the case.
Observe case sealer to assure the labels are in the right location on the box and that the proper labels are being used.
Checks stacking to assure the labels are to the outside and the stacking pattern is correct.
Get new labels for the case sealer to use as needed.
See that pallet loads are accurately counted and entered on the production report and the pallets properly tagged.
When a pallet is full, the operator will tag it with a tag that has been properly filled out listing card number, count per pallet, die number, product size, stock number, count per bdl/cs, printed, operator, shift and date.
Call the stock puller to bring product to the feed end of the machine and/or to remove the full pallet by using the paging phone that is nearest at the time.
See that work area is kept clean and that the machine is operated in a safe manner.
Instruct helpers during machine downtime to sweep, empty trashcans, make cases or assist in any way that are needed.
It is the responsibility of the operator to operate the machine in a safe manner and to notify the foreman of any unsafe condition that might exist.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and reach with hands and arms. The employee frequently is required to talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 25 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.
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