Line Technician

Job Responsibilities and Duties
Effectively disassemble, re-assemble, adjust, program, and set up equipment as needed to produce the customers' products within the desired specifications
o Equipment such as: cappers, fillers, torque's, sleeves, unscramblers, conveyors, labelers, tapers, sorters, sensors, coders, HMIs, pumps, rails and transfer systems.
o Hook up totes and tanks to ensure fill gets to the production line
o Assist in keeping the sanitation room clean and organized on a daily basis.
o Assist in keeping the tank farm clean and organized on a daily basis.
o Effectively operate production equipment to include label printers
Qualification and Skill Requirements:
Prior Experience & Technical Skills/Competencies:
o Requires a minimum of 3-5 years prior manufacturing experience, preferably on high speed packaging lines that use conveyors.
o Prefer 1-3 years' experience in a maintenance/repair/set up position, ideally with high speed mechanical or electromechanical equipment and systems.
o Demonstrated mechanical and electromechanical skills.
o Has demonstrated working knowledge of how to recall, run, and store existing machine programs (e.g. REB machine and Shorewood) using an HMI or possesses the skills to learn this task.
o Demonstrated working knowledge of hand tools in both metric and English.
o Demonstrated working knowledge of fasteners, metric and English or possesses the skills to learn this task.
o Must possess solid communication skills and read and write at the 6th grade level; 12th grade level preferred.
Knowledge Requirements:
To be effective, this position requires an ability to follow directions as well as written processes and procedures. Basic math skills including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and able to work with fractions and decimals is a plus.
Licenses and Certifications: Prefer 1-2 years Vo-tech or equivalent in an associated field (mechanics, auto repair, machine repair, etc.).

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