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Job Locations US-GA-Cartersville | US-GA-Cartersville
Summary Graham Packaging is seeking a dynamic and multidisciplinary Continuous Improvement Manager to optimize plant systems, production line and equipment performance, and product quality. The Continuous Improvement Manager will be skilled in assessing and diagnosing the root causes of problems that lead to defective products, production yield loss and reduced productive uptime. The Continuous Improvement Manager will work with plants to develop and manage A3 projects to systematically address the Pareto of improvement opportunities using Lean tools and the Graham Operational Excellence (OPEX) continuous improvement process. The Continuous Improvement Manager will be knowledgeable in the fundamentals of lean manufacturing including reduction of variability, waste elimination, and theory of constraints to drive continuous improvement. The position, regionally based, has CI responsibility for the Graham network of plants.  Each CI has a focus area such as Rapid Change-Over, DOE / FMEA & 8D Complex Problem Solving, Graham Operating System – CI Element, Yield & Materials Kaizen, and Intelligent Factory.
Category
Manufacturing Operations
ID
2022-4423
Job Locations US-GA-Atlanta | US-GA-Atlanta
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Forklift Operator based in Atlanta, GA on Fulton Industrial Blvd.  This is a night shift position which operates from 6:48p - 7:00a. 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
2022-4421
Job Locations US-LA-Hammond
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Machine Operator II based in Hammond, LA. This is for a night shift position, which operates on a 2-2-3 schedule working from 7:00 pm to 7:00 am. 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
2022-4418
Job Locations US-OH-Mason
Supply Chain Managers are responsible for the management of all logistic personnel and the overall responsibility for the material handling, receiving, shipping and warehouse operations and coordinating activities with the other departments in a manner which will result in meeting production schedules and customer delivery dates consistent with the Company policy and plant objectives.
Category
Manufacturing Supply Chain Operations
ID
2022-4415
Job Locations US-MO-Maryland Heights
Maintenance Supervisors are primarily responsible for effective installation and operation of plant production equipment, production support equipment, and facilities. These responsibilities are accomplished through selection, development, and day-to-day direction of the activities of the plant’s maintenance staff. The Maintenance Supervisor will assist in the financial responsibility for tool crib inventory by directing and controlling levels, purchasing and standardizing parts and maintenance of equipment repair histories. The Maintenance Supervisor will assist in the coordination and the implementation and continuous improvement of the plant’s Preventative Maintenance Program.
Category
Maintenance
ID
2022-4414
Job Locations US-GA-Cartersville | US-GA-Cartersville
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. The primary duties of a Maintenance Manager 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. - Participates in plant staff, shift and safety meetings, and conducts regular departmental meetings and departmental training based on needs assessment. - Participates in plant operational planning meetings. - Develop new methods and procedures to optimize manufacturing efficiency and reduce operating costs. - Maintains direct contact with the Engineering department on the latest improvements to plant machinery and systems to more effectively increase manufacturing performance and reduce operating costs. - Investigates and diagnoses causes of breakdowns and develop programs and solutions to reduce/eliminate future occurrences. - Determines and controls maintenance budget to ensure efficient use of funds and reduce/eliminate repetitive purchases by identifying and eliminating root causes. - Responsible for the selection, training and development of shift personnel to attain department goals. - Meets with vendors and plant visitors. - May be responsible for special projects related to other functional areas. - 0-25% travel may be required.
Category
Maintenance
ID
2022-4409
Job Locations US-FL-Bradenton
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Production/Shift Lead based in Bradenton, FL.  This opening is for 1st and 3rd which operates during the hours of 7am-3:30pm and 3pm-11:30pm.   The Production/Shift Leads are for production lines during one whole shift of operation. Responsible for knowing and enforcing policies, procedures, practices and programs. The primary duties of a Production/Shift Lead include: - Understands, follows and enforces all established safety, health, quality GMP and Company policies, procedures and recognized practices. - Assign shift personnel to production equipment, following shift work schedule and break schedules to ensure work is completed on time. - Train employees on a shift. - Participate in continuous quality improvement projects and other related activities as assigned. - Oversee safety, security, good housekeeping and enforce company policies to eliminate accidents and control accident costs. - Resolve production and quality problems that occur on a shift.  Make frequent checks of product quality and GMP standards and give functional guidance to shift operations and quality personnel. - Complete written documentation as required. - Attend all production, safety, and shift meetings. - Assist Production Manager in reviewing shift operations and make recommendations relative to changes in organization, personnel, equipment and procedures. - Follow work orders and ensures proper product codes are used and built. - Accurately report production data. - Troubleshoot and make necessary adjustments to machinery and equipment. - Inspect materials prior to use. - 0-25% travel may be required.
Category
Manufacturing Operations
ID
2022-4408
Job Locations US-AZ-Casa Grande
Graham Packaging Company is looking for Packaging Specialists to join the Casa Grande, AZ team.  This opening is for day shift, which operates during the hours of 7:00 am - 7:30 pm (2-2-3 rotation, off every other weekend).   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
2022-4405
Job Locations US-OH-Mason | US-OH-Mason
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Parts Clerk based in Mason, OH.  This is a Day Shift position operating from 7am-3pm, Monday-Friday. - New Pay Structures - $24.47 per hour - Benefits Start on Day One: Medical, Dental, Vision, and 401K with match.   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. A minimum of 2 years in manufacturing experience required, previous Parts Room experience strongly preferred.   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
Manufacturing Operations
ID
2022-4398
Job Locations US-OH-Mason | US-OH-Mason
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Packaging Specialist based in Mason, OH  Day and Night Shifts available operating from 7am-7pm or 7pm-7am on a 2/2/3 rotating schedule. - New Pay Structures - $18.48 per hour - Additional $1.00 shift differential for nights - Benefits Start on Day One: Medical, Dental, Vision, and 401K with match. 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
2022-4396
Job Locations US-OH-Mason | US-OH-Mason
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Blow Mold Machine Operator based in Mason, OH.  Day and Night shifts available operating from 7am-7pm or 7pm-7am on a 2/2/3 rotating schedule. - New Pay Structures - $21.76 per hour - Additional $1.00 shift differential for nights - Benefits Start on Day One: Medical, Dental, Vision, and 401K with match The Machine 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
2022-4395
Job Locations US-OH-Mason
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Forklift Operator based in Mason, OH.  Day Shift operating from 7am-7pm and Night Shift operating from 7pm-7am. - New Pay Structures - $20.00 per hour - Additional $1.00 shift differential for night shifts. - Benefits Start on Day One: Medical, Dental, Vision, and 401K with match   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
2022-4390
Job Locations US-IN-Evansville
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. The primary duties of a Maintenance Manager 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. - Participates in plant staff, shift and safety meetings, and conducts regular departmental meetings and departmental training based on needs assessment. - Participates in plant operational planning meetings. - Develop new methods and procedures to optimize manufacturing efficiency and reduce operating costs. - Maintains direct contact with the Engineering department on the latest improvements to plant machinery and systems to more effectively increase manufacturing performance and reduce operating costs. - Investigates and diagnoses causes of breakdowns and develop programs and solutions to reduce/eliminate future occurrences. - Determines and controls maintenance budget to ensure efficient use of funds and reduce/eliminate repetitive purchases by identifying and eliminating root causes. - Responsible for the selection, training and development of shift personnel to attain department goals. - Meets with vendors and plant visitors. - May be responsible for special projects related to other functional areas. - 0-25% travel may be required. #LI-TA1
Category
Maintenance
ID
2022-4384
Job Locations US-FL-Bradenton | US-FL-Bradenton
Plant Managers are responsible for overall effectiveness of day-to-day manufacturing operations through direction of personnel in the management of safety, quality, customer service, efficient utilization of resources, equipment, materials and manpower procedures and programs. The primary duties of a Plant Manager 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. - Leads the plant safety initiatives through the participation and development of safety training programs, plant safety meetings, safety audits and by encouraging employee involvement through safety suggestion and recognition programs. - Leads the plant quality initiatives through the implementation of corrective actions from customer or internal complaints, coordinating new product qualifications, and participating in internal and external quality system audits and developing and implementing corrective action plans. - Responsible for the selection, training, growth and development of shift and staff personnel to attain organizational goals - Reviews operating statements for all departments and directs manufacturing operations so that all plant costs are within budgetary standards. - Develops and maintains sound relations with customers and works with them to identify systems improvements and possible supply chain cost reductions. - Ensures continuous improvement plans are developed and implemented to ensure short and long range goals are in process. - Oversees the production planning process to ensure customer requirements are satisfied. - Maintains contact with sales department and customer service to effectively meet and maximize utilization of plant facilities. - Act as the Plant’s Project Manager on new initiatives involving equipment and molds. - Participates in monthly, quarterly and year-end physical inventories in accordance with corporate guidelines. - Oversee the creation and implementation of plants strategic and tactical plans that provided the needed focus and drive to achieve the plant and overall company objectives. - Drive continuous improvement plans using Operation Excellence tools across cross functional departments. - Promote an open door and team building environment policy. - May be responsible for special projects related to other functional areas. - 0-25% travel may be required.
Category
Manufacturing Operations
ID
2022-4383
Job Locations US-PA-West Hazleton | US-PA-West Hazleton
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Production/Shift Lead based in West Hazleton, PA. This is for a 12 hour schedule, alternating every other weekend. Day and Night Shifts available operating from 6:30am-7pm or 6:30pm-7am on a 2/2/3 rotating schedule (working every other weekend). - New Pay Structures - $24.47 per hour - $0.50 shift differential for nights - Benefits: Start on Day One! Medical, Dental, Vision, and 401K
Category
Manufacturing Operations
ID
2022-4381
Job Locations US-PA-West Hazleton | US-PA-West Hazleton
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Quality Technician based in West Hazleton, PA. This is for a 12 hour dayshift schedule (6:30am - 7:00 pm), alternating every other weekend.  - New Pay Structures - $21.76 per hour - Benefits Start on Day One: Medical, Dental, Vision, and 401K with match!
Category
Quality
ID
2022-4380
Job Locations US-PA-West Hazleton | US-PA-West Hazleton
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Quality Inspector based in West Hazleton, PA.  This is a Night Shift position operating from 6:30pm-7am on a 2/2/3 rotating schedule (alternating every other weekend).   - New Pay Structures - $18.48 per hour - $0.50 shift differential for Night shift - Benefits Start on Day One: Medical, Dental, Vision, and 401K with match!
Category
Quality
ID
2022-4379
Job Locations US-PA-West Hazleton | US-PA-West Hazleton
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Production Specialist based in West Hazleton, PA. Day and Night Shifts available operating from 6:30am-7pm or 6:30pm-7am on a 2/2/3 rotating schedule (working every other weekend). - New Pay Structures - $16.96 per hour. - Additional $.50 shift differential for Night Shift. - Benefits start on Day One: Medical, Dental, Vision, and 401K with match!
Category
Manufacturing Operations
ID
2022-4378
Job Locations US-PA-West Hazleton | US-PA-West Hazleton
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Plastics Mixer/Blender Material Handler based in West Hazleton, PA.  Day and Night Shifts available operating from 6:30am-7pm or 6:30pm-7am on a 2/2/3 rotating schedule (working every other weekend). - New Pay Structures - $20.00 per hour. - Additional $0.50 shift differential for nights. - Benefits start on Day One: Medical, Dental, Vision, and 401K with match!
Category
Manufacturing Operations
ID
2022-4377
Job Locations US-PA-West Hazleton | US-PA-West Hazleton
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Machine Operator (Box Machine Operator) based in West Hazleton, PA. This is for a 12 hour schedule, alternating every other weekend.  Dayshift and Nightshift available. - New Pay Structures: $18.48/hour - Additional $.50 shift differential for nights. - Benefits: Start on Day One! Medical, Dental, Vision, and 401K
Category
Manufacturing Operations
ID
2022-4374