Berry Global, a leader in packaging and protection solutions, has an exciting career opportunity for experienced Maintenance Technicians. This is for an overnight position 7pm- 7:30am, 7 days every two weeks. Training is during the day 7am-3:30pm.
You want to be valued and learn job skills. Be a part of a growing industry where safety, quality, and people are the core of the business. If you are ready to jump start your work, we want to work with you.
This is a fast- paced environment, working around machines that make some noise. We value cleanliness and safety. Making plastic containers that most people take for granted, but are essential to fast food and being able to recycle and reuse.
What is it like to work in plastics manufacturing?
• Safety. We train you on how to work around and clean the machines. You are the front line to safety and are encouraged to speak up, stop production and advocate for a safe workplace.
• Quality products. You have high standards, lids have to fit and ingredients have to be legible. We hold everyone accountable for quality.
• Can you hear me now? Machines are a loud and constant noise in the plant. We provide the protection.
• People are our most valued assets. There is a variety of jobs and skills you can learn and advance your career. Benefits like, health, vision, dental, 401K match are just a few of the perks.
• T-Shirts every day. We provide t-shirts and we love to give out more t-shirts. If you like t-shirts we will provide.
• Smells like… PLASTIC. This shouldn’t be a surprise, but we all get used to it.
• Always on the move. You’ll be walking, bending, twisting, standing, pushing, pulling and lifting (occasionally up to 45 pounds).
• Accountability to yourself and your coworkers. It takes all of us and working together makes it easier and better for everyone. Be here, be on time, pay attention, and work together.
What will you be doing?
• We make plastic cups, containers and lids and maintaining the printing and thermoforming machines will be your primary responsibility.
• Doing Preventative maintenance. Responding to machines when they go down. Keeping the production line moving.
• Labels, printing and cup shapes have to be right; you don’t want to drink from a misshapen cup.
• Recycle products that don’t meet our standards.
• Put in the hours.
What does it take?
•Mechanical and electrical aptitude (auto maintenance, electrician, HVAC, etc.)
•Work well in a team- Communication is key
•Possess or obtain your own hand tools
•Ability to read blueprints, schematics and mechanical drawings
•Ability to lift up to 50 lbs overhead
•Ability to climb up and down ladders
•Good manual dexterity of arms and fingers
•20/20 vision with or without corrections and able to differentiate colors