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Packaging Operator

16,044 Jobs Available
in US
$ 12.00 - 23.38/hour

Resumes of Packaging Operator

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Responsibilities

Typical Packaging Operator responsibilities to be added to your resume.

  • Clean, oil, and make minor adjustments or repairs to machinery and equipment, such as opening valves or setting guides.

  • Inspect and remove defective products and packaging material.

  • Clean and remove damaged or otherwise inferior materials to prepare raw products for processing.

  • Stack finished packaged items, or wrap protective material around each item, and pack the items in cartons or containers.

  • Secure finished packaged items by hand tying, sewing, gluing, stapling, or attaching fastener.

  • Stock and sort product for packaging or filling machine operation, and replenish packaging supplies, such as wrapping paper, plastic sheet, boxes, cartons, glue, ink, or labels.

  • Start machine by engaging controls.

  • Attach identification labels to finished packaged items, or cut stencils and stencil information on containers, such as lot numbers or shipping destinations.

  • Observe machine operations to ensure quality and conformity of filled or packaged products to standards.

  • Monitor the production line, watching for problems such as pile-ups, jams, or glue that isn't sticking properly.

  • Sort, grade, weigh, and inspect products, verifying and adjusting product weight or measurement to meet specifications.

  • Tend or operate machine that packages product.

  • Remove finished packaged items from machine and separate rejected items.

  • Package the product in the form in which it will be sent out, for example, filling bags with flour from a chute or spout.

  • Stop or reset machines when malfunctions occur, clear machine jams, and report malfunctions to a supervisor.

  • Supply materials to spindles, conveyors, hoppers, or other feeding devices and unload packaged product.

  • Regulate machine flow, speed, or temperature.

  • Count and record finished and rejected packaged items.

  • Adjust machine components and machine tension and pressure according to size or processing angle of product.

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