The Case Taper position is responsible for palletizing finished cartons for product on the clean side of the processing plant. This role is responsible for the final inspection of the finished carton box. Duties include monitoring the date code on finished cases per customer-specific requirements and monitoring for damaged or compromised product.
The box taper crew must be prepared to change direction per customer or internal changes and/or requirements to satisfy processing needs. Any deviations from the requirements checklist must meet approval from authorizing Manager. Any deviations from any food safety procedure must meet approval from the Quality Assurance Manager.
On time punctuality and good attendance
Stage materials for days production including pallets, cardboard and pallet trays
Change tape on machine in the morning or downtime
Start machine and printer for 6:30 a.m. processing start
Assist with labeling and staging of boxes or cartons as needed
Palletize boxes per customer label
Stack boxes neatly, inspecting for any damage or compromise; return to rework and/or waste
Inform Team Leaders of any shortages of required counts per Daily Production Plan
Monitor date code on finished cases per customer requirements (inform maintenance of issues)
Segregate materials and maintain spacing from exterior wall spacing
Keep work area neat and clean as time allows utilizing downtime (sweeping, etc.)
Comply with all food safety procedures, regulatory requirements and process efficiency
Report any food safety issues to any Manager
Follow all workplace safety procedures per safety training
Assist end of day cleanup of waste eggs, pans and buckets, dump rubbish and clean work area
Comply with Food Safety and GMP requirements at all times
Any and all other duties as assigned
All issues or non-conformances related to quality assurance or food safety must immediately be reported to the Quality Assurance Manager or departmental supervisor/manager for communication with the Quality Assurance Manager
High School Diploma or equivalent
Experience in a production environment preferred
Attention to detail
Strong work ethic
Good communication skills
Able to lift a minimum of 50 pounds
Frequent lifting up to 35-50 pounds
Extended periods of time standing and walking
Frequent repetitive reaching motion with both arms
Frequent grasping with hands and fingers
Frequent bending and stooping
Ability to keep up in fast-paced environment
We have a culture of EGGCELLENCE where each of us is committed to furthering the mission of our Company, taking ownership of our roles and being the best at what we do, striving for success, and taking pride in our business while having fun, finding fulfillment in our work, and sharing appreciation for the contributions of others. Pete and Gerry’s Organics is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer committed to providing a diverse, inclusive, and equitable work environment.
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Are you 18 years or older?
Currently own or care for birds?
Have you ever been convicted of a felony? (Answering yes will not automatically disqualify you from employment)
Are you willing to submit to background screening?
Have you ever applied here before?
Have you worked for Pete and Gerry’s or Rooster Cruiser before?
If yes, did you leave on good terms?
Are you available for full-time work?
Are you available for part-time work?
Are you willing to work overtime as needed?
Do you have reliable transportation?
Please list three previous jobs.