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Job Locations US-WI-Sturtevant
  Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Forklift Operator based in Sturtevant/Racine, WI. This is a Day Shift position operating from 7am-7pm on a 2/2/3 rotating schedule. This position is starting at $20 per hour, and we offer great benefits (medical, dental, vision, and 401k with match) effective on Day One!   Forklift Operators perform a combination of product handling and lift truck operating duties to stack, transport, and store work-in-process and finished goods. Supplies production lines with efficient flow of materials – knockdowns and dividers - and moves finished goods to warehouse. Complete line driver reports accurately and legible showing locations and quantities of raw materials used as well as quantities and locations where finished goods were stored. Assist production line employees by relieving them in breaks and lunchtime periods. The primary duties of a Forklift Operator include: - Follow all established safety, health, quality GMP and Company policies, procedures and recognized practices. - Perform a safety lift truck inspection and battery check and report any equipment malfunctioning or damage to the Warehouse Manager or Shift Supervisor. Change lift truck batteries and add water when necessary; keep record of time batteries are changed. Fill out lift truck status report. - Participate in continuous quality improvement projects and other related activities as assigned. - Review daily production schedule with Shift Supervisor, brings materials to the production lines when needed to execute schedule and notify supervisor of any materials running low. Removes finished goods from production lines, back to assigned warehouse locations. - Provide accurate information of unloaded materials as well as materials used or produced to warehouse personnel. - Remove, store, and unitize production scrap bales and informs warehouse personnel when there is enough for a full load. Removes excess corrugated from mezzanine and empties baler as required. Takes full bales of cardboard scrap from baler to assigned location in the warehouse. - Maintain accurate records of materials being used and produced, and reports them in appropriate paperwork, back to warehouse personnel. - Remove finished goods and other materials in hold to assigned location. Stores finished goods stacked neatly and in proper height. Verifies that all finished goods removed from the production area must have a product code tag. - Participate in physical inventory taking. - Keep each production line supplied with the proper knock down cases, dividers, pallets and when each pallet is full take that pallet to the warehouse for loading on the trailer; and takes unused cases and dividers back to the warehouse to the proper location. - On limited production, may assist in stock-handler duties or load trailers as needed. - Bring up hot glue cases to the mezzanine, brings color concentrate to the lines, replaces cold glue tote, removes excess cases from production floor, brings slip sheets to production floor, loads storage racks with gaylords, set up rework, set up units of product on hold for Q.C., relieves stock handlers, loads and unloads corrugated trailers, identifies good corrugated from the bad and isolates it. - Follow established forklift procedures and complete required safety and maintenance checklists - Follow established procedures for damaged finished goods and raw materials and report them on line driver report. - Communicate with supervisor regarding shift totals and machine totals reports and with other lift truck operators regarding any changes or problems that arise, including damaged materials, damaged skids, or low inventories. - Complete written documentation as required. - Assist in relieving downstream teammates for breaks and lunches. - Use forklift to move pallets of finished product to stretch wrap machines to stretch wrap them and to staging area after wrapping, or to specify warehouse location. Completes finished goods report or worksheet. - Maintain supplies of corrugated and other packaging supplies at each machine. - Visually inspect all completed pallets of product for quality and conformity to the packaging instructions to ensure quality at the source. - Limited travel may be required.
Category
Manufacturing Supply Chain Operations
ID
2022-4641
Job Locations US-MO-Maryland Heights
Walk-in Open Interviews! Currently interviewing for future openings: - Thursday, October 6th! - 10am-3pm; Bring a friend!  - 13300 Interstate Drive, Maryland Heights, MO 63043 Apply ahead or bring your phone and a copy of your resume.    *Employee Referral Bonuses Start at $500.00 per referral hired!   -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------   Graham Packaging Company has a Utility Worker opening in Maryland Heights, MO. This opening is for a NIGHT SHIFT, 7:00 pm - 7:00 am. Alternating 4 days one week, 3 days the next. 2-2-3 rotational schedule. Must be willing to work day or night shift, as shift may change in the future because of union rules.   Pay: Up to $19.12/hr Additional $0.41 for night shift differential.   Weekly Pay and Full Benefits!   Graham Packaging Company has a Utility Worker opening in Maryland Heights, MO.  We have an opening for NIGHT SHIFT from 7:00 p.m. - 7:00 a.m.  Must be willing to work days or nights.     Utilities are responsible for general housekeeping of the production area, packing, case making, inspecting, other general factory tasks in accordance with established procedures, specifications and other guidelines.
Category
Manufacturing Operations
ID
2022-4640
Job Locations US-FL-Lakeland
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Machine Operator based in Lakeland, Florida. Night shift opportunities working from 6:45 pm to 7:00 am  $20.67 hr The Operator is responsible for operating a given number of plastic blow molding machines (including in-line equipment), and makes necessary adjustments or minor repairs to ensure production of containers is made in a safe, efficient and high quality manner. The primary duties of an Operator include: - Understands, follows and enforces all established safety, health, quality GMP and Company policies, procedures and recognized practices. - Understands, follows and enforces all established policies, procedures and recognized practices. - Participate in continuous quality improvement projects and other related activities as assigned - Operate a group of plastic blow molding machines and auxiliary equipment producing a container in a safe and high quality method. - Participate in continuous quality improvement projects and other related activities as assigned. - Perform and/or assists in mold, insert and color changes on the line. - Perform basic processing of injection and/or blow molding machines to improve machine efficiency and reduce scrap. - Perform tasks and responsibilities of any Utility position during slow periods and/or as needed. - Monitor HDPE/PET resin (if applicable), dryer, material handling and color systems for appropriate processing conditions. - Make frequent on time quality checks on products being produced from established quality standards. - Assist other Operators and maintenance personnel on mechanical repairs. - Perform assigned preventative maintenance work. - Maintain work area to acceptable safety and housekeeping standards. - Complete and file all required documentation in an orderly and timely manner. - Communicate with the Production Shift Supervisor to coordinate production line support staff in accomplishing the lines’ objectives. - Verify material usage per standards - Perform minor troubleshooting and programming on the line. Notify leads and supervisors of any major problems or questions. - Operate equipment to minimize the generation and maximize the consumption of regrind, purge and scrap within customer specifications where applicable. - Properly identify regrind and chunk produced. - Communicate processing information to designated personnel on incoming shift. Assist other Operators as needed. - Assist in the training of new Operators. - Limited travel may be required
Category
Manufacturing Operations
ID
2022-4639
Job Locations US-WI-Sturtevant
  Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Master Technician 1 based in Racine, WI. This is a Day Shift position operating from 7am-7pm on a 2/2/3 rotating schedule. This position is paying up to $40 per hour based on experience, and we offer great benefits (medical, dental, vision, and 401k with match) effective on Day One!   The Master Technician is responsible for operating and maintaining injection and/or Blow Molding machines to ensure employee safety, production of high quality containers, and maximizing machine efficiency. 
Category
Manufacturing Operations
ID
2022-4636
Job Locations US-WI-Sturtevant
  Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Maintenance Planner/Scheduler based at our Sturtevant/Racine Plant. This opening is for 1st Shift, which operates during the hours of 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM. This position is starting at $28.83 per hour based on experience and we offer great benefits (medical, dental, vision, and 401k with match) effective on Day One. Maintenance Technicians are responsible for installation and repair of equipment in the plant as well as managing the PM's schedules and planning process for the plant. The Maintenance Technician will perform preventative and reactive maintenance on all production equipment and building.
Category
Maintenance
ID
2022-4635
Job Locations US-PA-Bradford | US-PA-Bradford
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Forklift Operator based in Bradford, PA.    Forklift Operators perform a combination of product handling and lift truck operating duties to stack, transport, and store work-in-process and finished goods. Supplies production lines with efficient flow of materials – knockdowns and dividers - and moves finished goods to warehouse. Complete line driver reports accurately and legible showing locations and quantities of raw materials used as well as quantities and locations where finished goods were stored. Assist production line employees by relieving them in breaks and lunchtime periods. The primary duties of a Forklift Operator include: - Follow all established safety, health, quality GMP and Company policies, procedures and recognized practices. - Perform a safety lift truck inspection and battery check and report any equipment malfunctioning or damage to the Warehouse Manager or Shift Supervisor. Change lift truck batteries and add water when necessary; keep record of time batteries are changed. Fill out lift truck status report. - Participate in continuous quality improvement projects and other related activities as assigned. - Review daily production schedule with Shift Supervisor, brings materials to the production lines when needed to execute schedule and notify supervisor of any materials running low. Removes finished goods from production lines, back to assigned warehouse locations. - Provide accurate information of unloaded materials as well as materials used or produced to warehouse personnel. - Remove, store, and unitize production scrap bales and informs warehouse personnel when there is enough for a full load. Removes excess corrugated from mezzanine and empties baler as required. Takes full bales of cardboard scrap from baler to assigned location in the warehouse. - Maintain accurate records of materials being used and produced, and reports them in appropriate paperwork, back to warehouse personnel. - Remove finished goods and other materials in hold to assigned location. Stores finished goods stacked neatly and in proper height. Verifies that all finished goods removed from the production area must have a product code tag. - Participate in physical inventory taking. - Keep each production line supplied with the proper knock down cases, dividers, pallets and when each pallet is full take that pallet to the warehouse for loading on the trailer; and takes unused cases and dividers back to the warehouse to the proper location. - On limited production, may assist in stock-handler duties or load trailers as needed. - Bring up hot glue cases to the mezzanine, brings color concentrate to the lines, replaces cold glue tote, removes excess cases from production floor, brings slip sheets to production floor, loads storage racks with gaylords, set up rework, set up units of product on hold for Q.C., relieves stock handlers, loads and unloads corrugated trailers, identifies good corrugated from the bad and isolates it. - Follow established forklift procedures and complete required safety and maintenance checklists - Follow established procedures for damaged finished goods and raw materials and report them on line driver report. - Communicate with supervisor regarding shift totals and machine totals reports and with other lift truck operators regarding any changes or problems that arise, including damaged materials, damaged skids, or low inventories. - Complete written documentation as required. - Assist in relieving downstream teammates for breaks and lunches. - Use forklift to move pallets of finished product to stretch wrap machines to stretch wrap them and to staging area after wrapping, or to specify warehouse location. Completes finished goods report or worksheet. - Maintain supplies of corrugated and other packaging supplies at each machine. - Visually inspect all completed pallets of product for quality and conformity to the packaging instructions to ensure quality at the source. - Limited travel may be required.
Category
Manufacturing Operations
ID
2022-4634
Job Locations US-MO-Maryland Heights
Maintenance Managers are responsible for the overall plant maintenance and coordination of activities with other departments in a manner which results in the production of quality product at a cost and schedule consistent with company policies, customer service and plant objectives.
Category
Maintenance
ID
2022-4633
Job Locations US-AL-Prattville
New Plant opening in 2023!!!   Graham Packaging Company is looking for Master Technicians based in Prattsville, AL.   Pay: $30+/hr, based on experience. Weekly Pay and Benefits Effective Day One!   Responsible for operating and maintaining injection and/or Blow Molding machines to ensure employee safety, production of high quality containers, and maximizing machine efficiency.
Category
Maintenance
ID
2022-4632
Job Locations US-AL-Prattville
New Plant opening in 2023!!!   Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Machine Operator based in Prattsville, AL.    Pay: Starting at $18.48/hr Weekly Pay and Benefits Effective Day One!   The Operator is responsible for operating a given number of plastic blow molding machines (including in-line equipment), and makes necessary adjustments or minor repairs to ensure production of containers is made in a safe, efficient and high quality manner. The primary duties of an Operator include:
Category
Manufacturing Operations
ID
2022-4631
Job Locations US-MO-Maryland Heights
Production Supervisors are responsible for supervising hourly employees engaged in all phases of the manufacture of all blow molded containers. Duties include safety, quality, customer service, housekeeping, training, performance management, plant productivity, labor utilization, warehousing, and control of raw materials. This is a night shift position with hours of 7pm-7am on a rotating 2/2/3 work schedule.  Must be willing to work days or nights.
Category
Manufacturing Operations
ID
2022-4630
Job Locations US-OH-Fremont
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Forklift Operator based in Fremont Ohio. This opening is for night shift which operates on a 2,2,3 (12) hour schedule. 6:48pm to 7:00am    Material Handlers work under general supervision, work safely, provide the highest quality, defect free product to our customer as well as meet all the requirements of a Material Handler. The primary duties of a Forklift Operator include: - Follow all established safety, health, quality GMP and Company policies, procedures and recognized practices. - Follows all safety rules and safety requirements of the position and the plant. - Understand and knows all LOTO Procedures and follows them. - Must report all Quality defects to the Quality department to be addressed ASAP. - May be required to pump railcars for Resin Supply. - Maintain equipment in regrind rooms. - Maintain the cleanliness of the regrind rooms. - Be able to change color, adhesive and EVOH gaylords. - Operate forklift and/or clamp truck in compliance with safety standards - Properly weigh and tag all regrind boxes. - Keeps all machines stocked with raw material. - Assists in creating the orderly flow of both raw-material & finished product. - Support blow-mold operators at all times as concerns the material handler responsibilities. - Responds to alarms in a timely manner to prevent unnecessary downtime. - Operates a variety of buttons, switches, dials and controls as well as computerized equipment. - Climbs up, over, in and around the equipment in a safe manner. This includes regularly stepping up 1 foot and occasionally climbing 5-8 stairs on a ladder to check equipment. - Works near hot and cold parts and around moving mechanical parts. Starts and stops machines as needed to perform maintenance or troubleshoot problems. - Remembers and applies a large body of knowledge pertaining to the machine operation features and the product features. There are many variables involved in both that must be learned and applied. - Fills out related forms for Production and Quality. - Limited travel may be required.
Category
Manufacturing Operations
ID
2022-4628
Job Locations US-DE-Newark
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a(n) Machine Operator based in Newark, DE. This opening is for NIGHT SHIFT, which operates during the hours of 7:00PM - 7:00AM.    The Operator is responsible for operating a given number of plastic blow molding machines (including in-line equipment), and makes necessary adjustments or minor repairs to ensure production of containers is made in a safe, efficient and high quality manner. The primary duties of an Operator include: - Understands, follows and enforces all established safety, health, quality GMP and Company policies, procedures and recognized practices. - Understands, follows and enforces all established policies, procedures and recognized practices. - Participate in continuous quality improvement projects and other related activities as assigned - Operate a group of plastic blow molding machines and auxiliary equipment producing a container in a safe and high quality method. - Participate in continuous quality improvement projects and other related activities as assigned. - Perform and/or assists in mold, insert and color changes on the line. - Perform basic processing of injection and/or blow molding machines to improve machine efficiency and reduce scrap. - Perform tasks and responsibilities of any Utility position during slow periods and/or as needed. - Monitor HDPE/PET resin (if applicable), dryer, material handling and color systems for appropriate processing conditions. - Make frequent on time quality checks on products being produced from established quality standards. - Assist other Operators and maintenance personnel on mechanical repairs. - Perform assigned preventative maintenance work. - Maintain work area to acceptable safety and housekeeping standards. - Complete and file all required documentation in an orderly and timely manner. - Communicate with the Production Shift Supervisor to coordinate production line support staff in accomplishing the lines’ objectives. - Verify material usage per standards - Perform minor troubleshooting and programming on the line. Notify leads and supervisors of any major problems or questions. - Operate equipment to minimize the generation and maximize the consumption of regrind, purge and scrap within customer specifications where applicable. - Properly identify regrind and chunk produced. - Communicate processing information to designated personnel on incoming shift. Assist other Operators as needed. - Assist in the training of new Operators. - Limited travel may be required
Category
Manufacturing Operations
ID
2022-4627
Job Locations US-PA-York
Graham Packaging Company has an opening for a Relief Operator (Extruder Operator/Forklift Driver/Sorter) based in York, PA at our Recycling Plant. The opening is for 2nd shift, which operates during the hours of 3PM-11PM Monday through Friday.   The starting pay for this position is $20.00 per hour, plus a shift differential.    The employee in this position will work in all areas of the plant as needed as an Extruder Operator, Forklift Operator, and Sorter. The primary duties include: Extruder Operator: - Understands, follows and enforces all established safety, health, quality GMP and Company policies, procedures and recognized practices. - Perform entire line set up (palletizing system, pellet handling system, flake vacuum system, and scale system. - Fill out extruder process sheet appropriately and accurately. - Fill out extruder screen change log appropriately and accurately. - Pack bulk boxes within spec and quality post-consumer resin. - Perform quality assurance tests (volatile, pellet count, melt index, color scan, and press outs). - Print label and label box per Graham Recycling’s color standard. - Remove bulk box from scale and store in warehouse in the appropriate row. - Perform routine maintenance (c/o vacuum filters, pelletizer blades, and clean out air classifier filter). - Check and refill distilled water tank. - Monitor pelletizer water temperature. - Monitor pelletizing system and make adjustments accordingly. - Monitor extruder and make adjustments accordingly. Forklift Driver - Load production lines, as instructed by the production supervisor with appropriate raw materials. - Maintain current and correct raw material inventory. - Unload raw materials from trailers, fill out unload sheets to ensure proper raw materials count. Calculate raw materials weight per bale, and fill out contamination report on unloaded raw material. - Dump and bale hoppers of sorted raw materials. - Dump hoppers of contamination in the trash compactor. - Remove bulk boxes of aluminum cans from line, put lid on box, and store box in appropriate row in the warehouse in a neat, orderly manner. - Remove hoppers of scrap metal from lines, and dump in the appropriate metal bin in the yard. - Remove chipper wire hopper from underneath the wire chipper; dump in the appropriate metal bin in the yard. - Remove finished goods from production lines, and store in the appropriate rows in the warehouse in a neat, orderly manner. - Receive parts and supplies and store in designated areas. Secure packing slips for receiving and properly complete all necessary paperwork. - Keep work area clean. - Train fellow employees as requested. Sorter: - Sort contamination out of raw materials. - Sort raw material colors. - Perform housekeeping duties as assigned by supervisors. - Clean out dryers on blade changes and blade rotations. - Keep work station clean. - Follow all safety regulations and requirements. - Train fellow employees as requested. - Other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Category
Manufacturing Operations
ID
2022-4625
Job Locations US-PA-York
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Packaging Specialist based in York, PA (Farmbrook plant).    We have the following openings available:   7am to 7pm 3pm to 11pm   We offer a fantastic benefits package, including medical, dental, vision, 401(k) match and a student debt & tuition repayment program.  Benefits are effective on your first day of employment!     Packaging Specialists are responsible for general housekeeping of the production area, case making, inspecting, and packing of finished product in accordance with established procedures, specifications and other guidelines. The primary duties of a Packaging Specialist include: - Understands, follows and enforces all established safety, health, quality GMP and Company policies, procedures and recognized practices. - Understands, follows and enforces all established policies, procedures and recognized practices. - Participate in continuous quality improvement projects and other related activities as assigned. - Visually inspect finished product for defects before packing to ensure quality. - Follow written packing instructions. - Notify supervisor or lead of potential problems with finished product and/or machinery. - Grind bottles as necessary, checking for contamination before grinding - Open and inspect bundles of corrugated material and check for proper printing and defects. - Stack case/dividers on carts and feed individual cases and dividers into case forming machine. - Use case making equipment in a safe manner. - Notify the appropriate coworker or assignee when supplies at the machine need to be replenished. - Communicate with incoming shift or line replacement on any problems with quality, machine, and packing configurations. - Assist with rework and heldware to ensure effective completion. - Assist in the training of regular and temporary workforce in stacking, packing quality, and case machines. - Keep work area and other facilities clean, orderly and safe. - Complete written documentation as required. - Limited travel may be required
Category
Manufacturing Operations
ID
2022-4624
Job Locations US-GA-Atlanta | US-GA-Atlanta
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Parts Clerk based in Atlanta, GA. This opening is for DAY SHIFT which operates during the hours of 7:00p - 3:00p. This position will utilize the SAP Systems. Parts Clerks are responsible for purchasing and receiving parts and supplies for total plant operations. They maintain and manage parts room inventory, MSDS controller, and cost savings on materials. Primary duties of a Parts Clerk include: - Understands, follows and enforces all established safety, health, quality GMP and Company policies, procedures and recognized practices. - Understands, follows and enforces all established policies, procedures and recognized practices. - Purchases maintenance repairs and operating supplies. - Develop and maintain supplier relationships. - Search for cost reductions by utilizing alternative low cost quality suppliers. - Receive FedEx/UPS shipments. - Facilitate parts room housekeeping. - Ensure proper receiving procedures are followed. - Maintain a close relationship with Production Manager to ensure proper inventory of packaging supplies. - Maintain an active file of all specialty items for production equipment. - Maintain an active file of all packaging supplies. - Maintain a current approved vendor list. - Work closely with Controller on various tasks including MSDS files. - Manage and issue all GOS materials and inventory levels in the GOS room. - Receive, update and put all receivables in inventory at specified locations. - Utilize computer literacy skills by maintaining excel spreadsheets and word files. - Made changes, additions, and modifications to PM programs and task lists. - Serves as a parts runner. - Responsible for purchase order and purchase order revisions utilizing the automated PO system. - Maintain inventory levels min/max amounts that have been established. - Maintain document room to standard. - Limited travel may be required
Category
Maintenance
ID
2022-4623
Job Locations US-PA-Lancaster
Graham Packaging is looking for a dynamic, solution-oriented individual to join our team as a Capital Solutions Engineer at our York, Pa Technical Center. This role will be a core part of the program management and capital engineering teams at Graham, responsible for scoping new projects and selecting the best capital equipment to help Graham win new business. The role will also be a key contributor to maintaining and improving Graham’s equipment standards as well as updating our infrastructure and plant layout databases.
Category
Program Management
ID
2022-4622
Job Locations US-GA-Cartersville | US-GA-Cartersville
Graham Packaging Company has an opening for Quality Assurance Technician based in Cartersville, GA. This position will be either a 12-hour 2-2-3 shift, which operates during the hours of 7:00 pm - 7:00 am or  M-F 2nd or 3rd 8 hour shift.  It will depend on the needs of the plant at the time. Quality Technicians are responsible for attaining and maintaining standards of quality for bottles as defined by drawings, product specifications and Quality Assurance procedures. Assist in the training of new personnel on the importance of quality and leadership. Responsible for monitoring the quality of finished product and packaging at start up and qualifications, both before and after packing. The primary duties of a Quality Technician include: - Understands, follows and enforces all established safety, health, quality GMP and Company policies, procedures and recognized practices. - Communicate about quality with supervisors, managers, other shifts and departments verbally and through written documents according to plant practice. - Setup and maintain product files in the Infinity QS data collection system for input of variable/attribute data by QA, production and maintenance personnel. - Develop and analyze statistical data, control charts and product specifications to determine present standards and establish proposed quality and reliability expectancy of finished product. - Participate in continuous quality improvement projects and other related activities as assigned. - Create and implement inspection criteria and procedures. - Maintain Quality Inspection Procedures. - Complete written documentation and forms as required. - Coordinate and manage the held ware and rework processes. - Coordinate quality activity with other departments to achieve plant objectives in compliance with plant procedures. - Coordinate quality control training for employees engaged in inspection and testing activities to ensure continuous control over materials and products. - Play an active role on teams within organization. - Assist in customer complaints investigation and corrective action process. - Assure Operators and PMT Leads are following procedures to conduct tests and inspections. - Change over challenge test samples during product change overs. - Assist all plant personnel support of Infinity and quality reporting systems. - Conduct and participate on gage R&R studies. - Conduct process Audits and finished goods for every Machine and report any visual defect for correction and trace back Audits. - Complete product qualifications First Articles test as required after Mold/Color change, and assist with new product approvals (PQP’s) - Ability to analyze Statically Process Charts (SPC) and evaluate trends. - Retest bottles measurements from Production as needed (OOS or OOC) to verify quality conforms to standards. - Perform multiple inspection tests to ensure parts are produced to meet or exceed product specifications. - Identify and segregate (HFI) non conformity product according to established procedures. - Audit rejected materials/Customers returns and report findings. - Monitor Challenge test samples (Vision, ALPS, Metal detector) and QA Supplies and request replacements as needed. - Cover for Vacation as needed. - Maintain inventory of all caps and notify QA Manager when inventory is low. - Maintain work area and test samples in a clean and orderly fashion. - All other duties as assigned by the Quality Manager  
Category
Quality
ID
2022-4621
Job Locations US-IL-St. Charles
Graham Packaging Company has a new job openings for Quality Assurance Technicians based in St. Charles, Il. This position has a variety of shifts open. 2 pm to 10 pm Mon - Friday     Quality Technicians are responsible for attaining and maintaining standards of quality for bottles as defined by drawings, product specifications and Quality Assurance procedures. Assist in the training of new personnel on the importance of quality and leadership. Responsible for monitoring the quality of finished product and packaging at start up and qualifications, both before and after packing. The primary duties of a Quality Technician include: - Understands, follows and enforces all established safety, health, quality GMP and Company policies, procedures and recognized practices. - Communicate about quality with supervisors, managers, other shifts and departments verbally and through written documents according to plant practice. - Setup and maintain product files in the Infinity QS data collection system for input of variable/attribute data by QA, production and maintenance personnel. - Develop and analyze statistical data, control charts and product specifications to determine present standards and establish proposed quality and reliability expectancy of finished product. - Participate in continuous quality improvement projects and other related activities as assigned. - Create and implement inspection criteria and procedures. - Maintain Quality Inspection Procedures. - Complete written documentation and forms as required. - Coordinate and manage the held ware and rework processes. - Coordinate quality activity with other departments to achieve plant objectives in compliance with plant procedures. - Coordinate quality control training for employees engaged in inspection and testing activities to ensure continuous control over materials and products. - Play an active role on teams within organization. - Assist in customer complaints investigation and corrective action process. - Assure Operators and PMT Leads are following procedures to conduct tests and inspections. - Change over challenge test samples during product change overs. - Assist all plant personnel support of Infinity and quality reporting systems. - Conduct and participate on gage R&R studies. - Conduct process Audits and finished goods for every Machine and report any visual defect for correction and trace back Audits. - Complete product qualifications First Articles test as required after Mold/Color change, and assist with new product approvals (PQP’s) - Ability to analyze Statically Process Charts (SPC) and evaluate trends. - Retest bottles measurements from Production as needed (OOS or OOC) to verify quality conforms to standards. - Perform multiple inspection tests to ensure parts are produced to meet or exceed product specifications. - Identify and segregate (HFI) non conformity product according to established procedures. - Audit rejected materials/Customers returns and report findings. - Monitor Challenge test samples (Vision, ALPS, Metal detector) and QA Supplies and request replacements as needed. - Cover for Vacation as needed. - Maintain inventory of all caps and notify QA Manager when inventory is low. - Maintain work area and test samples in a clean and orderly fashion. - All other duties as assigned by the Quality Manager  
Category
Quality
ID
2022-4620
Job Locations US-IL-St. Charles
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Production Specialist this role is in THE CITY OF WEST CHICAGO! This opening is for a 12 hour rotating shift from 6am to 6pm & 6pm-6am     Grinder Operators areresponsible for monitoring grinding to supply regrind to the blending system, empty overflow regrind, supply empty reclaim bins to the production operation and grind preforms and/or bottles that have been dispositional for such. Perform quality inspections and/or sampling, and document as required.  Production Specialists are responsible for general housekeeping of the production area, packing, case making, inspecting, other general factory tasks in accordance with established procedures, specifications and other guidelines. The primary duties of a Production Specialist include: - Understands, follows and enforces all established safety, health, quality GMP and Company policies, procedures and recognized practices. - Understands, follows and enforces all established policies, procedures and recognized practices. - Participate in continuous quality improvement projects and other related activities as assigned. - Visually inspect finished product for defects and ensure that cases are properly sealed. - Pack bottles in accordance to the customer specification. - Clear trimmer jams and restart, shut off/on trimmer in a safe manner. - Notify supervisor or lead of potential problems with finished product and/or machinery. - De-label and grind bottles as necessary, checking for contamination before grinding. - Strapping, tying, stacking, and orienting cases and units properly in correct unit load pattern to satisfy customer request. - Use case making equipment in a safe manner. - Maintain hot/cold glue tanks by keeping full. - Perform fiber tear checks to ensure proper glue application and pattern. - Notify the appropriate coworker, forklift driver, or assignee when supplies at the machine need to be replenished. - Communicate with incoming shift or line replacement on any problems with quality, machine, and packing configurations. - Assist with rework and heldware to ensure effective completion. - Restart, start, stop, and clears all downstream equipment as required. - Assist in the training of permanent and temporary workforce in stacking, packing quality, and case machines. - Keep work area and other facilities clean, orderly and safe. - Complete written documentation as required. - May perform basic stretch wrapper functions. - Limited travel may be required
Category
Manufacturing Operations
ID
2022-4619
Job Locations US-IL-St. Charles
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Machine Operator this role is in THE CITY OF WEST CHICAGO! 12 hour rotating shift: 6pm to 6am & 6am-6pm     The Operator is responsible for operating a given number of plastic blow molding machines (including in-line equipment), and makes necessary adjustments or minor repairs to ensure production of containers is made in a safe, efficient and high quality manner. The primary duties of an Operator include: - Understands, follows and enforces all established safety, health, quality GMP and Company policies, procedures and recognized practices. - Understands, follows and enforces all established policies, procedures and recognized practices. - Participate in continuous quality improvement projects and other related activities as assigned - Operate a group of plastic blow molding machines and auxiliary equipment producing a container in a safe and high quality method. - Participate in continuous quality improvement projects and other related activities as assigned. - Perform and/or assists in mold, insert and color changes on the line. - Perform basic processing of injection and/or blow molding machines to improve machine efficiency and reduce scrap. - Perform tasks and responsibilities of any Utility position during slow periods and/or as needed. - Monitor HDPE/PET resin (if applicable), dryer, material handling and color systems for appropriate processing conditions. - Make frequent on time quality checks on products being produced from established quality standards. - Assist other Operators and maintenance personnel on mechanical repairs. - Perform assigned preventative maintenance work. - Maintain work area to acceptable safety and housekeeping standards. - Complete and file all required documentation in an orderly and timely manner. - Communicate with the Production Shift Supervisor to coordinate production line support staff in accomplishing the lines’ objectives. - Verify material usage per standards - Perform minor troubleshooting and programming on the line. Notify leads and supervisors of any major problems or questions. - Operate equipment to minimize the generation and maximize the consumption of regrind, purge and scrap within customer specifications where applicable. - Properly identify regrind and chunk produced. - Communicate processing information to designated personnel on incoming shift. Assist other Operators as needed. - Assist in the training of new Operators. - Limited travel may be required
Category
Manufacturing Operations
ID
2022-4618