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Packer Associate

Packers Associates needed to work at a Manufacturing facility in Canandaigua, NY to perform general labor functions in a plant that produces aluminum foil products and plastic containers for consumer and food service clients.


- High School Diploma or GED.
-Team Members are required to comply with the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Dress Code Policies.
-Team Members are required to report to work in accordance with their work schedules and to complete their scheduled shifts as assigned.
-Team Members are expected to be familiar with the policies and procedures set forth in the Hourly Employee Handbook and Statement of Business Principles.
-Team Members are expected to understand and comply with Plant General Safety Rules, Core Safety Rules, Critical Safety Rules and Good Manufacturing Practices.
-Team Members are expected to complete all assigned tasks in accordance with Standard Work Instructions (SWIS), Job Safety Analysis (JSA), Process Alerts and Run Rules.
-Team Members are expected to communicate any and all unsafe conditions, unsafe behaviors, near misses, incidents and or accidents to a Team Lead, Supervisor or Manager immediately.
-Untimely communication of incidents or accidents will be considered a late report.


- Inspect parts for defects and proper labeling registration.
- Pack completed parts according to customer or company specifications and perform rework as required for defectively labeled or packed parts (ensure proper box counts).
- Keep equipment clean and maintain work area.
- Assist in training new employees.
- Accurately complete all required paperwork.
- Use a cart to collect scrap and rejected sheets of parts from lines with the same plastic and transport to grinder room.
-Manage all aspects of product packaging for the assigned work cell.
-Inspect finished products to ensure that they meet the quality and packaging standards.
-Communicate any product quality concerns to the first available QC, Technician, Supervisor or Manager within a timely manner.
-Flash, short, color, clarity, fit, incorrect counts, warping, improper stacking, burns, foreign objects, or other concerns that might result in the delivery of non-quality products.
-Do not pack products of poor quality, sort and discard as appropriate.
-Communicate any packaging concerns to the first available QC, Team Lead, Supervisor and/or Manager in a timely manner.
-Boxes with incorrect information or print color, broken/damaged pallets, poor quality or color poly bags, or any other concerns that might result in the delivery of non-quality materials.
-Do not use packaging of poor quality, sort and discard as appropriate.
-Stack, count and/or weigh products in accordance with the work station guidelines and place in poly bags. Use red tapers to seal bags.
-Verify stamp code is correct. Stamp corrugated boxes and use taper to form and seal boxes.
-Package finished goods into boxes, Work In Progress (WIP) gaylords or onto pallets in accordance with the established guidelines and/or Run Rules, paying particular attention to packaging or stacking patterns.
-Communicate supply needs to section’s Material Handler. Including boxes, poly bags, ink, tape, etc.
-Maintain cleanliness of the work areas by sweeping, dusting and removing trash from the area. Assist in maintaining cleanliness of shared areas, such as bathrooms and break rooms.
-Remain at assigned work station for breaks until the Team Member scheduled to relieve you arrives.
-Remain at assigned work station at the end of your scheduled shift for a minimum of 5 minutes or until the person scheduled to relieve you arrives.
-If no one arrives within 5 minutes to relieve you, walk to the QC board and notify a QC Team Member.
-Perform other duties as assigned.


A: 11:30 pm to 8:00 am, $10.50 an hour
B: 7:30 am to 4:00 pm, $10.00 an hour
C: 3:30 pm to 12:00 am, $10.50 an hour
2-20 minute breaks and a 30 minute lunch break.

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