Packaging Machine Operator - 3rd Shift (10pm - 6am) BFY Brands, the newest brand addition to Frito-Lay (and PepsiCo) has an opportunity for a Packaging Machine Operator to join the team. The Packaging Machine Operator is responsible for setting up and operating assigned packaging machines and statistical scales to pack the optimum number of quality packages of product. As a Packaging Machine Operator, you can expect to be working on your feet the entirety of your shift near heavy machinery in a loud manufacturing environment.
After training (a process that can last 8 to 16 weeks), here is a list of the more frequent tasks you could expect to perform:
Responsible for ensuring and maintaining proper operation of packaging equipment
Troubleshoot and correct mechanical, electrical and programming errors as needed
Repair and replace damaged, broken or faulty components as needed
Work closely with engineering, maintenance, operators and supervisors
Provide guidance and coaching to Packaging Operators as needed
Participate and support in start-ups, trials, and training
The following are abilities and experiences that the ideal candidate will have:
Ability to read and understand technical manuals and blueprints
Experience with mulithead weighers, bagging machines and vibration conveyors preferred
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