PaperWorks Industries

Die Cutting Operator

Job Locations US-NY-Baldwinsville
Job ID 2019-1761
Category
Hourly Production & Manufacturing

Overview

Founded in 2008 and headquartered in Philadelphia, PA, PaperWorks Industries is a leading, integrated North American full-service provider of recycled paperboard and specialized folding cartons for packaging applications.


Our purpose is clear. To deliver innovative, value-added packaging solutions to the world while making it a better place for all.


At PaperWorks, we are committed to the highest sustainable forestry and procurement standards. Product certifications include the Forest Stewardship Council and 100% Recycled Paperboard Alliance.

Summary

The Die Cutting Operator is responsible for the safe set up and operation of the die cutting equipment within the department. The individual ensures conformance to all Health and Safety Policies, Rules and Regulations and general housekeeping standards. Meets or exceeds production, quality and efficiency requirements at all times.

Responsibilities

  • Responsible for setup of press according to necessary specifications
  • Monitor quality and make adjustments while press is running as required.
  • Must know the proper rules such as cut, crease and perforation and their characteristics as far as thickness and hardness
  • Validate setup of matrices and or counters as pertinent to job in progress and how they mount to press
  • Complete understanding of how dies are made, know nicking patterns, how rubbering works, and different rubbers available to maximize efficiency in machine operation
  • Communicate with departing shift to learn status of job in progress
  • Performs quality checks as required
  • Must follow all applicable procedures and make recommendations for system improvements as identified.
  • Keeps supervisor apprised of any quality, production or resource issues.
  • 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.

Qualifications

High school diploma or general education degree (GED) and three years of related experience and/or training;

Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating/maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.  

Ability to keep accurate records, including the completion of all required forms; and the accurate use of different measuring devices including tape measures, and all other applicable gauges.

Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.

 

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