After everything’s been accounted for, cleaned and processed, you come in to give it the finishing touch. As a packager, you’re responsible for bundling up the product and making sure it’s marked correctly before it heads out the door.
If done right, you can bet our customer’s faces light up just like Christmas morning when they see our signature red, white and blue wrapping arrive at their doorstep. That’s a sign of a job well done - high fives all around, and a special one just for you.
Here’s the nitty gritty of what we need you to do:
• Review order instructions and handle, label and package bundles to specific requirements.
• Inspect quality of materials before packaging and advise operator of any non-conformance.
• Perform housekeeping functions to ensure our service center stays spic-and-span.
• Report equipment failures to immediate supervisor.
• Operate lift truck in a safe, clean condition.
• Maintain a safe and healthful work environment by practicing safe work habits, good housekeeping procedures and adhering to safety guidelines.
• Wear all proper protective equipment as required in work and in accordance with Safety Policy and OSHA standards. Items may include: safety glasses, safety shoes/boots, hearing protection, etc.
• Help out in other places around the shop, where needed.
You’ll need this under the hood:
• A high school diploma, or the equivalent.
• 2+ years of manufacturing and/or warehouse experience.
• Basic computer skills, such as data entry and retrieval.
• Lift truck operation experience.
• Operate equipment safely, effectively and efficiently.
• Strong attention-to-detail with the ability to follow processes and procedures.
• Ability to read and interpret packing specifications.
• Be able to work by yourself, or as part of a team.
• Be able to frequently lift or move objects up to 50 pounds.
• Must be able to stand 8 hours per day, in addition to walking, sitting, climbing, bending, stooping, kneeling, crouching or crawling.
• Be okay working in both hot and cold weather, depending on the season.