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Job Locations US-PA-West Hazleton | US-PA-West Hazleton
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Clamp Truck Operator based in West Hazleton, PA. This is a Night Shift position operating from 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. Primary Function: Clamp Truck 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 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.
Category
Manufacturing Supply Chain Operations
ID
2022-4372
Job Locations US-PA-North East
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Process Technician based in North East, PA. This opening is for DAY SHIFT, which operates during the hours of 5:48am - 3pm. This position will operate Sidel, Forklift (others as needed). Process Technicians are responsible for day-to-day process improvements, mechanical and process troubleshooting, and preventative maintenance duties. General responsibilities may include monitoring and processing of machines to ensure employee safety, high quality containers and maximize machine efficiency. May work closely with Process Engineers Production Manager and/or Production Shift Supervisor in the scheduling and completion of job changes, mold changes, processing trials and other assignments as required. The primary duties of a Process Technician 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. - Monitoring and processing of machines to ensure employee safety, high quality containers and maximize machine efficiency. - Work closely with the Production Shift Supervisor to evaluate, train and develop the Operators in the operation of the blow molding machines. - Make repairs and modifications that are beyond the abilities of the Operators. - May perform all the duties and responsibilities of the Operator as assigned. - Assist in mold changes, new molds, resin trials and equipment installation, etc., as required. - Assist in problem solving events and maintain line efficiencies to meet standard - Complete appropriate documentation to track downtime, process changes and adjustments. May also be required to accurately record other reports as trained and assigned. - Drives the attaining of budgeted line speeds and efficiencies by interacting with the Production, Quality, and Maintenance departments. - Initiate timely corrective actions when issues arise. - Maintain a commitment to promote a respectful and productive team environment; assist and train others as needed, help with break coverage. - Limited travel may be required.
Category
Manufacturing Operations
ID
2022-4365
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!   -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------   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. This position is for NIGHT SHIFT positions that operates between 7:00 p.m. - 7:00 a.m. Must be willing to work day or night shift, as shift may change in the future because of union rules.   A minimum of 1 to 3 years in manufacturing required. Minimum of 6 months quality experience required.   Pay: Up to $21.31/hr, additional pay increase after 6months and 12months. Additional $0.41 for night shift differential.   Weekly Pay and Full Benefits!!!
Category
Quality
ID
2022-4364
Job Locations US-PA-York
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Material Handler based in York, PA. This opening is for Day ahift which operates during the hours of 6:45AM - 7PM. Alternating 4 days one week, 3 days the next. 2-2-3 rotational schedule.    Pay: $20.00/hr   Weekly Pay and Benefits Effective Day One!!     Material Handler 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 Material Handler include:
Category
Manufacturing Operations
ID
2022-4359
Job Locations US-TX-Rockwall
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a(n) Machine Operator based in Rockwall, TX. This opening is for night shift which operates during the hours of 7pm-7am   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
2022-4353
Job Locations US-TX-Rockwall
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Forklift Operator based in Rockwall, TX   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
2022-4352
Job Locations US-TX-Rockwall
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Forklift Operator based in Rockwall, TX     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
2022-4351
Job Locations US-IL-St. Charles
Plant Human Resources Managers oversee recruitment and retention, onboarding, employee relations, compliance, training, payroll, compensation, safety, and benefits in the plant. They are responsible for the development and administration of HR policies and procedures. Maintains and updates employee records, various reports, and provides employee coaching on work related matters. This position has a strong relationship with the Plant Manager and Plant Leadership team and must be able to understand business issues and bring solutions that advance the greater interests of the business. THIS POSITION IS WITH TWO PLANTS, AND THERE IS TRAVEL BACK AND FORTH BETWEEN THE TWO PLANTS. Ideal candidate lives near St. Charles area. The primary duties of a Plant HR 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. - Responsible for recruitment, selection and retention of plant employees. Partners with Plant Leadership in maintaining staffing levels to budget. - Processes the plant weekly payroll and administers the attendance policy. - Interprets and applies company policies, benefits, practices, procedures, programs and applicable laws. - Responsible for the investigation and administration of worker compensation claims, record keeping, and documentation. Works with Corporate EH&S on worker’s compensation case management. - Maintains records and compiles reports concerning personnel related data such as hires, turnover, employee programs, performance appraisals, wage progression, and absenteeism rates. - Represents organization at personnel-related hearings and investigations. - Plans and coordinates new employee onboarding to foster positive attitude toward organizational objectives. - Analyzes training needs to design employee and leadership training and development, including safety programs. - Plans and organizes company events, e.g. luncheons, picnics, recognition, etc. - Serves as the liaison between management and employees by handling questions and assisting in the resolution of employee related issues. - Provides effective guidance and coaching to Plant Leadership, relating to employee concerns, problems, and disciplinary action to comply with company policies. - Acts as the Plant Safety Coordinator. Responsible for managing all plant safety programs and training, and maintains the first aid room. - Serves as contact with temporary labor agencies to schedule workers to meet daily production staffing requirements and to process pay records. Reviews and approves invoices, and addresses temporary worker issues as required. - May be responsible for special projects related to other functional areas and other related duties as assigned. - 0-25% travel may be required. #LI-TA1
Category
Human Resources
ID
2022-4348
Job Locations US-NC-Hendersonville | US-NC-Hendersonville
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Machine Operator based in Mountain Home (Hendersonville, NC.). This position is a 3RD shift opportunity , (11:00 P.M. -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
2022-4327
Job Locations CA-ON-Mississauga
Graham Packaging Company has openings for Packaging Specialists based at our Mississauga, ON Plant located at 3174 Mavis Road.   The starting pay for this job is $23.25 per hour.  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
2022-4326
Job Locations US-AZ-Casa Grande
The Casa Grande, AZ facility is seeking a Production Supervisor to join the team.  Production Supervisors are responsible for supervising hourly employees engaged in all phases of the manufacture of all blow molded containers. This is a night shift position with hours of 7 pm-7:30 am. Duties include safety, quality, customer service, housekeeping, training, performance management, plant productivity, labor utilization, warehousing, and control of raw materials.     The primary duties of a Production Supervisor 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. - The majority of the time will be responsible for exercising authority and independent judgment on the shift in the interest of the Company to hire, transfer, suspend, lay off, recall, promote, discharge, assign, reward, discipline or adjust complaints or effectively to recommend such action by following established policies, procedures, and practices. - Responsible for the following shift functions; personnel training, development, safety, security, quality, inventory, good housekeeping, and general management of Company policies and procedures. - Resolves all production and resulting quality problems that occur on their shift. Responsible for frequent checks of product quality. - Accountable for providing shift documentation on decisions, shift issues, actions and status updates for the shift for the purpose of compliance and continuous quality improvement (CQI). - Attends all production meetings and safety meetings and conducts all shift meetings as required. - Responsible for reviewing and authorizing proper time records for all employees on the shift. - Manages temporary staffing assignments for the shift to achieve plant production and labor objectives. - Manages machine utilization to meet or exceed efficiency goals and recommends or directs necessary personnel, maintenance or engineering changes to help achieve those goals. - Develops new methods and procedures to optimize manufacturing efficiencies, maximize labor utilization, and reduce operating costs as part of CQI objectives. - Assists Production, Operations or Plant Manager in reviewing shift operations and makes recommendations relative to changes in operations, staffing, equipment, and procedures. - Assists performing all physical inventories in accordance with Company procedures. - Maintain a supportive and productive work atmosphere through professional conduct and effective communication with internal and external customers, including vendors, coworkers, subordinates, and other supervisors. - Participates in job safety training and personally follows all plant rules and work procedures to ensure a safe and healthy work environment is developed and supported. - Executes leader standard work as designed on a daily basis. - 0-25% travel may be required. #LI-TA1
Category
Manufacturing Operations
ID
2022-4324
Job Locations US-LA-Hammond
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Maintenance Electrician based in Hammond, LA. This opening is for Monday - Friday, which operates during the hours of 7:00am - 3:00pm.   Maintenance Electricians are responsible for troubleshooting, maintenance and repair of systems using electrical, mechanical and processing skills. The Maintenance Electrician will perform preventative and reactive maintenance on all production equipment and building. The primary duties of a Maintenance Electrician 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. - Focus on producing quality product by monitoring quality levels and adjust the manufacturing processes to ensure product integrity. - Reads and interprets drawings, blueprints, schematics and electrical code specifications to determine layout of industrial electrical equipment installations. - Installs, examines, replaces or repairs electrical wiring, receptacles, switch boxes, conduits, feeders, fibre-optic and coaxial cable assemblies, lighting fixtures and/or other electrical components. - Tests electrical and electronic equipment and components for continuity, current, voltage and resistance. - Maintains, repairs, installs and tests switchgear, transformers, switchboard meters, regulators and reactors. - Maintains, repairs, tests and installs electrical motors, generators, alternators, industrial storage batteries and hydraulic and pneumatic electrical control systems. - Troubleshoots, maintains and repairs industrial, electrical and electronic control systems and other related devices. - Conducts preventive maintenance programs and keeps accurate maintenance records. - May install, maintain and calibrate industrial instrumentation and related devices as required. - Assist and train production employees in proper operation and maintenance of machinery. - Limited travel may be required.
Category
Maintenance
ID
2022-4306
Job Locations US-AZ-Tolleson
Graham Packaging Company is looking for Forklift Operators based in Tolleson, AZ. These openings are for 12 hour shifts, on a 2-2-3 rotation schedule working 7:30pm - 7:30am. This position will operate propane forklifts.   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. - 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
2022-4300
Job Locations US-PA-York
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Forklift Operator based in York, PA (Emigsville Plant). We are hiring for 7pm-7am, 4-days one week and 3-days the next.   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
2022-4293
Job Locations US-OH-Mason | US-OH-Mason
Graham Packaging is hiring Packaging Specialists based in Mason, Ohio. We are hiring for Part-Time, Weekend-Only shifts (days and nights) operating from 7am-7pm or 7pm-7am. We offer competitive weekly pay starting at $18.48 per hour, plus a $1.00 shift differential for night shifts.  - Weekend Day Shift: Saturdays and Sundays from 7am-7pm. - Weekend Night Shift: Saturdays and Sundays from 7pm-7am. 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
2022-4292
Job Locations US-AZ-Tolleson | US-AZ-Tolleson
The Plant Engineer is responsible for performing technical and project engineering duties to improve plant manufacturing performance, reduce costs, improve methods, and assist in machine maintenance and reliability. Focus includes building and grounds maintenance, environmental responsibility, and strong support of electrical control systems and PLC processes. The primary job rotations of a Plant Engineer may include: - Understands, follows and enforces all established safety, health, quality GMP and Company policies, procedures and recognized practices. - Prepares appropriation request for funding documents & manages those projects to completion - Reviews contractor bids; interviews and assigns personnel to specific phases and elements of the project.  Through project coordination meetings and other forms of communication, oversees and coordinates the technical aspects of the project - Prepares status reports and regularly monitors budgets, contractors and schedules.  Allocates project resources appropriately; approves expenditures; employee contractor contracts.  Keeps an accurate record and electronic data base of all elements of the projects - Presents procedures, rules and regulations to those involved in the project; maintains a safe, clean and productive environment through enforcing procedures.  Maintains project integrity and reputation through compliance with state and federal regulations - Originate and implement purchase order process, including vendor setup and SAP data entry and necessary reports - Assist with continuous improvement programs (i.e. cycle improvement, light-weighting, downtime reduction) - Uses A3 problem solving process to resolve issues at their source - Work with other BU Team Members to develop standards and best practices to accomplish improved bottle quality and increase operating window for manufacturing processes - Prepares appropriation request for funding documents & manages those projects to completion - Audits production equipment for variances to standards - Plant trainer for all high level activities surrounding the production equipment - Acts as the lead for all new products and processes executed at the plant - Support gathering collective knowledge to develop and maintain reaction plans - Interfacing with operators, team leaders, and supervisors for productivity support - Soliciting employee feedback and involvement to improve the equipment - Ensuring the necessary knowledge owner inputs are solicited for process involvement and problem solving activities including: technical resources, production resources, and quality department resources - Lead kaizen events, problem solving, and autonomous maintenance activities - Respond appropriately to help chain calls - Lead cross-functional (and cross-plant, when necessary) teams to implement process-related problem solving initiatives within the plant - Lead investigation of key complaints and drive to true root cause and sustainable corrective actions - Network with colleagues across business units and functions to leverage their expertise and experience in driving rapid problem resolution - Drive operational excellence implementation using the proper tools (lean, TPM, six sigma) at the plant level  - Provide analytical support to continuously identify gaps, project opportunities, and solutions - Identify opportunities to integrate continuous improvement into the day to day operations of the site - Share best practices with other plants and teams, and drive “read-across” benefits - Support goal of total employee involvement in continuous improvement activities through training and customer complaint resolution - Responsible for development and execution of Plant Computerized Preventive Maintenance Program - Responsible for development and implementation of Plant Predictive Maintenance Programs not limited to:  Vibration, Oil Analysis, Ultrasonic and Infa Red Inspection - Limited travel may be required.    
Category
Manufacturing Operations
ID
2022-4289
Job Locations US-DE-Newark
Quality Managers are responsible for the administration and management of all aspects of the plant’s quality program for all containers working through the plant quality, production, and logistics personnel. The responsibility includes management of internal / external relationships relative to quality (including supplier, customer, and regulatory compliance), management of internal quality control systems, process critical control points, and quality performance improvement and awareness. As a member of the Plant’s management team the Quality Assurance Manager also has shared responsibility for overall Plant operations, especially safety and efficiency. Primary duties of a Quality 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. - Understand and interpret customer requirements; convert into manufacturing requirements (define necessary inspection and critical process points and required methodologies). - Customer complaint response and tracking: Monitor complaint type and frequency to verify effectiveness of corrective actions. - Define, implement and monitor the systems required to ensure compliance (GMP’s, required certifications, sanitation, and customer audit requirements). - Work as required with Engineering, Sales, and Customer Service in completing the above responsibilities. - Work with suppliers as required, defining customer and plant requirements and ensuring conformance. - Assessment and development of operating procedures and controls for all automatic inspection devices. - Define, develop, train, implement and monitor process control points and make necessary improvements for defect elimination. - Regularly communicate customer issues and overall plant quality performance to management, staff, and plant personnel. - Hire, train, and direct the daily activities of the plant quality staff. - Continued evaluation of procedures, in all areas of responsibility for the best practices, particularly in the areas of Safety and efficiency. - May be responsible for special projects related to other functional areas. - 0-25% travel may be required. #LI-TA1
Category
Quality
ID
2022-4288
Job Locations US-FL-Bradenton
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a(n) Maintenance Tech II based in Bradenton, FL.  Maintenance Technicians are responsible for installation and repair of equipment in the plant. The Maintenance Technician will perform preventative and reactive maintenance on all production equipment and building.
Category
Maintenance
ID
2022-4243
Job Locations US-PA-York
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Machine Operator based in Emigsville (York), PA. This position is for a twelve hour shift.  It's either 7a-7p or 7p-7a.    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
2022-4239
Job Locations US-AZ-Tolleson
Graham Packaging Company is looking for a Maintenance Technician based in Tolleson, AZ. Maintenance Technicians are responsible for installation and repair of equipment in the plant. The Maintenance Technician will perform preventative and reactive maintenance on all production equipment and building.  This position is offering a $7,oo sign-on bonus!“New Pay Structures” ($26.08 -$31.57)   Maintenance Technicians are responsible for installation and repair of equipment in the plant. The Maintenance Technician will perform preventative and reactive maintenance on all production equipment and building. The primary duties of a Maintenance Technician 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. - Focus on producing quality product by monitoring quality levels and adjust the manufacturing processes to ensure product integrity. - Maintain controls for assuring successful plant performance to budgeted goals. - Perform highly diversified duties to install and maintain production machines and the plant facility’s equipment. - Diagnose problems, replace or repair parts, test and make adjustments. - Provide emergency/unscheduled repairs of production equipment during operation and perform scheduled maintenance repairs of production equipment during machine service. - Perform regular preventive maintenance on machines, equipment and plant facilities. - Perform mechanic skills including, but not limited to, mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, troubleshooting and repair of production machines. - Read and interpret equipment manuals and work orders to perform required maintenance and service. - Perform simple machinist skills. - Use a variety of hand and power tools, electric meters and material handling equipment in performing duties. - Detect faulty operations, defective material and report those and any unusual situations to proper supervision. - Assist and train production employees in proper operation and maintenance of machinery - Limited travel may be required
Category
Maintenance
ID
2022-4236