Production Order Packaging

  • Location
    Lincoln, Nebraska
  • Job type
    Contract/Temp to Hire
  • Salary
    $ 12 - $ 12.2 / Year

Adecco is currently assisting a local client in their search to fill a Packaging Operator job in Lincoln, NE.

 This is a temporary to hire opportunity. As a Packaging Operator you will be responsible for packaging

 by hand a wide variety of products and materials.

 Apply Now if you meet the qualifications listed below!

 

Pay Rate:

$12.00 - $12.20

 

Shift:

1st – (6:30am-3:00 pm)

2nd – (2:30 pm- 11:00 pm)

 

Responsibilities for this Packaging Operator job include:

  1. Read, follow, and complete documentation adherence to detailed instructions identified within the SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures).
  2. Visually inspection of product in preparation for shipping to customers.
  3. Move and lift heavy materials (up to 50lbs independently, and 100 lbs with assistance), and maneuver all work areas such as but not limited to climbing, kneeling, stooping, reaching, sitting, standing, pushing and pulling.
  4. Moderate mental and visual operations required for performing manual work, machine operations, visual inspections, line clearance, pre-runs, and adjustments which require frequent decision to detect and adjust for variance from proper operations.
  5. Personally, responsible for communicating line replenishment and organizing work, liaise with Operations Team Leader to report any supplier alert information concerning components and raw materials. Report any unusual conditions to the Packaging Team Leader to ensure that GSK Property is protected.
  6. Operate pharmaceutical machinery and equipment (including but not limited to; controls, valves, scales, machines, gauges) and monitoring controls for consistent production.
  7. Troubleshoot issues in a timely manner to ensure adherence to production demands and demonstrate flexibility regarding scheduling and changing production needs.
  8. Additional duties as assigned may include but not limited to reporting participating in line change over activities, reporting Near Misses, cleaning, mopping, vacuuming, and assisting with CSPs.
  9. Perform and understand critical safety procedures and in addition to providing feedback on ways to improve safety, quality, waste and production targets.
  10. Work to achieve set targets (safety, production, quality, waste, etc.) and provide root causes for targets not achieved. Provide feedback on continuous improvement to improve safety, quality, waste and production targets.
  11. • Maintain a clean and safe work area and adhere to cGMP (current general manufacturing practices), SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures), CSPs (Cleaning and Sanitizing Procedures).  Education and Skills for Requirement:   Minimum Level of Education: High school diploma or equivalent required Job-Related Experience
  12. Reading, writing and mathematical skills
  13. Knowledge of Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)
  14. Visual inspection and attention to detail • Participate in “Brainstorming” activities for RCA and other projects.
  15. Participate in the training and development of less experienced team members to enhance their o overall value to the operation.
  16. Ability to work accurately with figures and information
  17. Ability to climb, kneel, stoop, balance, crawl, crouch, reach, sit, stand, walk, push, pull, grasp, feel, talk, hear, lift, and perform repetitive motions
  18. Ability to lift 100 pounds occasionally, and/or 20 pounds frequently, and/or 10 pounds frequently while moving objects
  19. Must be mechanically inclined with the ability to learn the operation, read gages, temperature and humidity probes, and any equipment related to the production of medical devices and pharmaceutical products • Ability to work overtime as needed
  20. Work is performed inside a manufacturing environment where there is exposure to noise, powders, m moving mechanical parts, electrical current and conditions including dusts, odors, and powder.
  21. Must be able to wear gloves, eye protection, and protective clothing as required
  22. Acquire knowledge of production equipment and any other equipment associated with the packaging or pharmaceutical products.
  23. Become familiar with the characteristics of the product and consumer elegance.
  24. Learn the various equipment and production systems including coding, video jets, presses, Jones, Schnieder, Skinnetta, palletizer, conveyors, sieblers, and any other equipment used in the packaging and manufacturing of the product

Qualifications:

  1. Must be able to lift to 50 lbs
  2. Must be able to stand, bend, and twist for full length of shift
  3. High School Diploma or equivalent

 

Adecco provides one of the most comprehensive benefits packages in the industry to contract workers.

 

Click on Apply Now to be considered for this Packaging Operator job in Lincoln, NE or you can visit our website www.adeccousa.com to search for other opportunities that are currently available.

 

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