Operator, Label

Lassonde Pappas

Bridgeton,NJ

11/1/2019

Labeler Operator

Type of Work

The Labeler Operator works under the direction of the line supervisor or Production Manager. Employee must be able to proficiently operate the labelers associated with the line the employee has been assigned to in an efficient manner. Employee must be able to work in a fast paced environment with close attention to detail through many changes.

Essential Duties

Knows the purpose and follows proper operation of all safety switches, interlocks and safety devices.

Has the ability to and consistently performs label cuts properly.

Has the ability to adjust the pick-up and lap end glue for changing application needs.

Understands and can properly operate all machine controls.

Has the ability to clean all labeler and labeler parts.

Has the ability to adjust the label basket as needed.

Has the ability to clear jams and re-time the machine.

Has the ability to adjust the brushes to insure proper label application.

Can properly adjust glue flow on Can-Matic (L1&L-2), Grip Labelers (L-2), and the Burt and Clowe Labelers (L-3).

Demonstrates proficiency in operating and adjusting the labeler.

Has the ability to perform size/bottle changeovers.

Must be able to set up and change Videojet coder by scanning or by manually inputting the necessary data.

Has the ability to adjust glue pads (Grip Only). Applies to L-2 only.

Will perform any miscellaneous duties that are assigned by the supervisor.

Must be able to lubricate and perform preventive maintenance on the labelers.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Aware of all safety procedures.
  • Aware of and wears all personnel protective equipment.
  • Can properly fill out all required documentation.
  • Has a complete understanding of the schedule.
  • Has successfully completed labeler operator training.

Physical Demands

The Physical demands listed below are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of his job.

Regularly required to talk or hear.

Regularly required to stand and walk.

May be required to climb stairs.

Regularly required to use hands and fingers.

Regularly required to lift and carry 50 pounds.

Regularly required to read small print.

Work Environment

The work environment characteristics listed below represent conditions one would routinely encounter while performing the duties of this job function.

Moving machinery parts.

High noise levels.

Wet and humid conditions.

Fluctuations in ambient temperature. Burn hazards from high temper

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