Founded in 2008 and Headquartered in Philadelphia, PA, PaperWorks Industries, Inc. is a leading North American integrated full-service packaging provider. With nine facilities and more than 1,500 employees across North America, encompassing everything from CRB manufacturing to top-quality carton-making, we are committed to providing environmentally responsible, high-quality, specialty solutions that drive performance and deliver growth for our customers.
What does PaperWorks stand for? Consistency. The values we project outward are the same as the ones we prize inside the Company - Teamwork, Quality, the Environment and Employee Safety.
• Responsible for effectively managing direct reports, including training, coaching, and disciplining on safety, quality, and productivity performance measures.
• Responsible for communicating job expectations, monitoring, appraising performance and recommending compensation.
• Responsible for maintaining quality parameters, Quality Roadmap, sorting, supplier credits, customer credits and non-conforming.
• Monitors and reports quality variances and deficiencies with root causes and recommended actions to address.
• Trains all appropriate personnel required in external quality procedures and protocols in support of ongoing or new certification for continued operations and satisfaction of customer requirements.
• Ensures internal quality audits are completed as scheduled and findings are communicated to proper management personnel for corrective actions, including but not limited to transition point audits, PacSecure, Audit 1 (P&G), FSC/SFI.
• Facilitates HACCP team, involved in vendor management with Logistics,
• Conducts, reviews and participates in formal problem - solving and customer response activities, i.e. 5-Why, A3, 8D.
• Understanding and training in statistical product and process control. Reviews and analyses R&R studies, oversees DOE’s, establish statistical tools and assists in training,
• Responsible for operating within policies & procedures, and maintaining compliance with corporate and regulatory requirements; including compliance with Occupational Health and Safety procedures and SafeStart practices.
• Maintains plant organization and housekeeping, including the proper segregation and accounting of non-conforming material, and implementing corrective actions as required.