2nd Shift Packer

Job Locations US-AL-Luverne
Posted Date 3 months ago(1/2/2020 4:04 PM)
Requisition ID
# of Openings
Plant Production


Works in the packaging department where the rolls are counted, boxed and stacked onto pallets.



    • Sets up machines prior to shift start up if needed.
    • Lifts filled and sealed cases from the conveyor. Stacks them onto pallets in a prescribed pattern.
    • Inspects cases prior to stacking for good seal, possible leaks, proper labeling and coding.
    • Obtains pallets from pallet stack, insures pallet acceptability and places slip-sheet on pallet.
    • Keeps proper count of cases per pallet.
    • Rotates with other packaging positions.
    • Observes machine operation to detect malfunctions; makes minor adjustments/repairs; communicates mechanical problems to maintenance personnel.


    • Maintains machines by loading boxes, labels, bags and tape rolls.
    • Clears jams and faults on the machines to continue normal operation.
    • Maintains company standards for cleanliness, food safety and productivity in the packaging area.
    • Ensures compliance to quality, food safety and HAACP support programs; assures conformity to all company, customer and government standards.
    • Records and documents all lot code information as required.





  • High school diploma or GED certificate required.


  • Prior experience in a manufacturing environment requiring repetitive work preferred.
  • Basic mechanical aptitude is helpful



Working Conditions/Environment

Works in a manufacturing environment where the employee is regularly required to speak, read, sit, stand, walk, reach, lift and bend while moving about the facility. Must be able to move 75 pounds a distance of 25 feet or more. Must be able to stand for a 10-hour shift (sometimes longer) with two paid 15 minute breaks and one unpaid 30 minute meal period. May be required to work overtime and/or weekends as needed. The employee is regularly exposed to cold, fumes, odors, dust, oil, slippery floors, moving parts/equipment and risk of electrical shock. The noise level in the plant is loud. Earplugs, hairnets, and steel toed shoes are required in the plant in accordance with company GMP and safety standards


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