• Salary: starting at $20/hour
  • $3,500 Sign On Bonus Potential
  • Schedule:
    • 2 Openings: 2-2-3 Schedule, 12-hour Days/Nights (6:00am-6:00pm), (6:00pm-6:00am)


  • A newly constructed facility that is safe, comfortable and clean for working and breaks
  • Top performers are recognized with compensation growth
  • Direct access to leadership who cares about a positive work environment and diverse workforce
  • Upward mobility and potential for growth


  • Potential for a $2000 bonus
  • Annual reviews for performance bonus and compensation
  • Additional gift prizes throughout the year recognizing top performers
  • Medical & Dental plans
  • Healthcare &Dependent-care Flex-Spending Account programs
  • Company-sponsored Basic Life & AD&D Insurance
  • Company-sponsored Short-term & Long-term Disability insurance
  • 401k with a company match(after 1-year of service)

The purpose of this position is to perform Material Handling tasks within the plant to support machine production schedules, finished product shipping and recycling/ waste removal activities. It will also include the bailer position duties.*

  • Safely operates a variety of material handling equipment such as fork lifts, clamp lifts, box clamps, etc.
  • Monitor material levels on machines and deliver materials in a timely manner.
  • Issue correct raw materials, finishing supplies, and recycle/waste receptacles to production machines without damaging the materials.
  • Monitor finished product on machines, and remove without damage to warehouse or load directly onto truck.
  • Store finished product in proper warehouse bay.
  • Remove and store unused raw materials and finishing supplies during product changes on the machine.
  • Load/unload raw materials or finished goods from semi trucks.
  • Accurately complete material handlers recording sheets for quantities, grades, waste and item numbers.
  • Empties recycle bins from machines and operates waste baler.
  • Operates shrink wrap machines.
  • Removes and bands large cores from parent rolls.
  • Notifies semi drivers of full trucks.
  • Supplies skids to machines.
  • Required to stack raw materials and finished goods safely to heights of 20 or more feet.
  • All other duties as assigned
  • Changes batteries or propane cylinders on lift trucks as necessary.
  • Maintains a clean work area by manually picking up waste paper and other material.
  • Bales or stretch wraps waste materials.
  • Stacks product cases that have been knocked over or are uneven.
  • Responds to requests from machine operators and others.