Packer Job Description

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A Packer packs and inspects the product. Performs a visual and dimensional sampling to determine the overall acceptability of ware. Labels ware and track quantities. Communicates problems to supervisor. Stands for most of the work shift.

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Job summary 2

The Packer maintains production and sanitary conditions by removing the product from the conveyor, inspecting the product, hand packing it into cartons, and performing described duties. This position receives general supervision and works according to standards.

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The Packer is responsible for job duties as assigned in the following support areas: Bulk and Prep, Lit Sorter, Packing, and Mail Manifest. The assigned tasks may include visual quality control, manual material handling, and other indirect production tasks as assigned.

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Job summary 4

Packer is responsible for the safe, secure, and accurate packaging of customer orders.

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Job summary 5

We are looking for a Packer to join our facility.

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Job summary 6

You will serve as a Packer which delivers combat capability through logistics by teaming with partners and customers to provide supply chain management, procurement, contracting and transportation services, and technical and customer support.

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Responsible for picking customer orders selected directly from primary product locations within the production areas. Also responsible for boxing customer orders for shipping that have been picked and loaded onto carts. Verifies information on location labels and customer packing lists to maintain high accuracy. Uses a coversheet and cart for voice-directed picking.

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The Packer is responsible for ensuring clean pouches meeting specifications for the specific product flavor are manually packed into the correct retail or shipping container, sealing the containers, and stacking the completed containers onto pallets as a finished product. The Packer ensures that each package has the correct pouch count, identifying codes and labels, and is organized for shipment onto pallets by their specific flavor, as required, and/or as directed.

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The Packer's primary duty is to perform a variety of tasks within the distribution center that supports the ability of the facility to fill and ship customer orders that meet customer requirements. This position requires an individual who is willing to transfer between jobs on an as-needed basis.

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We are looking for a Packer to join our team.

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Frequently asked questions

What does a packer do?

A packer is a professional who works in a warehouse or manufacturing facility and is responsible for packaging products or materials for shipment or storage. They work with various products such as food, clothing, electronics, and industrial materials.

The job duties of a packer may include:

Reading and interpreting product specifications to ensure that the correct packaging materials are used

Measuring and weighing products to ensure that they meet specifications and are correctly labeled

Operating packaging machinery such as sealing machines, bagging machines, and labeling machines

Assembling and packing products in boxes or other containers, ensuring that they are packed safely and efficiently

Inspecting products for defects or damage and reporting any issues to the appropriate personnel

Labeling and marking packages with appropriate information such as weight, destination, and shipping information

Preparing shipping documents and coordinating with shipping carriers to ensure that packages are shipped on time.

What makes a good packer?

To be a successful packer, one needs to have a combination of technical and personal skills, including:

Attention to detail to ensure accuracy in measuring, labeling, and packaging products

Good communication and teamwork skills to collaborate with other team members and supervisors

Physical stamina to stand for long periods, lift heavy objects, and perform repetitive tasks

Familiarity with packaging equipment and technology

Basic computer skills to complete paperwork and use inventory management software

Time management skills to manage multiple packaging tasks and meet deadlines

Flexibility and adaptability to changing packaging needs and priorities.

Overall, a good packer should be able to work efficiently and effectively in a fast-paced environment and be able to pay close attention to details while working safely and accurately. A strong work ethic, good communication skills, and a willingness to learn and adapt are also essential for success as a packer.

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