Type d‘emploi: Temps plein
Ville: Kentucky - Florence
Job Title: Packaging Mechanic
FLSA status: Non-Exempt
Shift: 2nd Shift
Location: Florence, KY
Packaging mechanics are responsible for maintenance, repair, and continuous improvement of all packaging machinery and systems. A Packaging Mechanic must have working knowledge of the production process, items produced, and equipment utilized in maintaining production within specific norms and standards. At all times, Packaging Mechanics must maintain a safe work environment, follow all safety procedures, and complete all physical demands listed in the “Physical Demands” section using safe ergonomic techniques. A Packaging Mechanic must ensure that all work completed meets our quality standards and is completed in a safe manner aligned with our Quality and Safety Policies while adhering to Good Manufacturing Practices. Packaging Mechanics must make independent decisions daily, knowing when to involve others. They will lead TPM methodologies on their lines and must be willing to use data to drive improvement projects.
Essential Physical Requirements:
Troubleshoot and repair all mechanical equipment as assigned
Maintain all mechanical equipment as assigned
Clearly communicate status of equipment/known issues/action plans with supervisors, mechanics, operators, and other employees on all shifts and in all departments, including strong shift change handoff of information, knowing when/how to elevate as appropriate.
Train others within job function and work to become Subject Matter Expert as required.
Execute and coach on sanitization.
Maintain open communication (verbal and written) with supervisors, mechanics, other employees, and complete paper and computer work (refer to specific department duties); Fully utilize all required systems (asset management, etc.).
Lead, train, and coach TPM initiatives.
Maintain machine standards and implement best practices, including safety, quality, equipment design, and nominal settings.