To operate K-Pak Machines.
Be able to direct the workforce.
Insure product is packaged properly with no product or moisture leaking out.
Insure weight of product is accurate.
Make sure all maintenance on the K-Pak machine is completed so production can continue.
Prepare all pre-operational paperwork and insure HACCP forms are completed before start-up.
Put K-Pak machine together at the start of the shift.
Insure product is at right temperature for packaging.
Prepare downtime reports for the K-Pak machine.
Daily tasks are fairly structured.
Job performance is evaluated by the Ground Beef Supervisor on product and packaging integrity.
Attend and give input at monthly group meetings.
Perform clip checks and seal checks every 20-30 chubs.
Monitor every 5-10 chubs to insure proper weight of products.
Make sure that the correct numbers of boxes are produced to complete each out-going load.
And any other duties as reasonably associated with the above duties as assigned.
Physical demands of this position may include lifting 80 lbs. rolls of packaging film to reload the K-Pak machine.
Potential hazards of this position include sharp machinery.
Work area is very cold and noisy.
Employee will typically work 45-50 hours per week M-F with Saturday work if necessary. Overtime pay will be issued for all hours over 40 per week.
General knowledge of entire ground beef department a plus, but not required.
Education Requirements (if applicable)