Inspector Packer - Overnight Shift

Overview: As the manufacturer of Dart and Solo brand products,Dart Container is an industry leading single-use food and beverage packaging company. With 15,000 employees and 40+ locations worldwide, Dart offers more than 4,000 products used every day in restaurants, hospitals, schools and homes around the globe.

Benefits: Dart Container full-time employees enjoy great benefits, including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 401(k) with company matching contributions, paid vacation, paid holidays, short-term disability, tuition assistance, product discounts and more.

Day-to-Day Role of an Inspector/Packer:

  • Inspects and packs Foam Cup/Print Department production
  • Assembles corrugated boxes by forming and taping underside of carton
  • Inspects product for defects and removes defective product
  • Inspects production line for malfunctions and reports malfunctions to maintenance or supervisor
  • Closes the flaps of the filled box and tapes the box
  • Transports filled box to the staging area. Carries individual box or pushes it to the staging area with a hand cart.
  • Packs and stacks product by hand on manual lines. Repacks product by hand as requested.
  • Maintains a clean work area throughout the shift.
  • Starts and shuts down machinery according to standard operating procedures as needed.
  • Completes quality checklist according to standard operating procedure.
  • Meets or exceeds individual production target assigned by supervisor each day.

Core Skills and Qualifications of an Inspector/Packer:

The ideal candidate must possess all of the following:

  • Six (6) months of experience working in a manufacturing or warehouse environment
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision
  • Ability to perform work according to set procedures, sequence, and pace
  • Ability to use basic math skills including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
  • Demonstration of proficiency with the English language required in order to ensure effective new hire/continuing training and on-going communications about safety and quality issues.

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