Mixer Operator - 3rd Shift - $14.03/hr

05-18-2018 Packing Machine Operator - 2nd Shift $13.88/hr
Packing Machine Operator - 2nd Shift $13.88/hr
Key Responsibilities:?Monitor machine operation to ensure flow of daily production in keeping consistent with the Shift Supervisor's direction that control and improve:?production yield and efficiency of facility against standard?safety?leadership?cleanliness ?food safety and quality?adherence to SOP's?employee ownership and understanding of product and process and overall teambuilding?employee welfare?other assignments as assigned by the Shift Supervisor?Continuously take independent action, perform the daily paperwork, and provide corrective action recommendations to the Shift Leader in the areas of:?safety?quality?cleanliness ?yield & efficiency?other duties as assigned by the Production Manager?Keep machine and area clean and free of straps, plastic, and boxes throughout the shift and before the next shift arrives?Communicate with area Lead to keep production flowing smoothly and startup of lines?Report broken or inoperable equipment or any abnormal noises to the Shift Supervisor?Set up tape machines, box code daters, load weight machine and metal detectors with correct information?Set up belts, case sealers, package codes, and keep inventory on all numbers and supplies needed for coders ?Adjust tray rails for trays being used throughout the day?Maintain accurate case count for changeovers and set up packaging for changeovers?Check on all areas of packaging for proper film, weight settings, casing, and skid loading throughout the day?Help with set up of next shift?Continuous checks on proper code dates and sealing of all packages?Other duties as assigned by the Production Shift Supervisor?Responsible for food safety and quality?Maintain annual training in Good Manufacturing Practices, Food Defense, PPE, and OSHA regulated programs EOE, M/F/D/V

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