As a Manufacturing Operator, you will set up and run manufacturing processes on equipment (presses) using manufacturing documentation (batch records, procedures, etc.) as your guide. Apply knowledge of web handling, tensions, die handling, sensors, splices, vision systems, PIP systems, coating, mixing and documentation to create quality product.
As a Packaging Technician, you will operate packaging and rewind equipment. Following good documentation procedures, accurately complete manufacturing records, such as PMRs and MBRS. Perform inspection and packaging activities to ensure compliance with customer and Tapemark standards.
Production Maintenance Technician
As a Production Maintenance Technician, you will perform maintenance, repair, complex troubleshooting, redesign, and implement improvements on mechanical, electrical, and computerized systems, develop/improve preventative maintenance and machine rebuild, tuning, alignment procedures. Act as a technical resource for Production Operators and assist the Engineering group in process operations, machine improvements and modifications.
As a Quality Inspector, you will inspect, audit and report on materials, processes and products using variable or attribute measuring instruments and techniques to ensure conformance with Tapemark and customer quality standards. Identify non-conforming materials and product; work with others to resolve issues in production. The position requires a significant amount of reading, interpreting and executing on manufacturing documents and records.