Clearwater Paper Corporation

Equipment Operator (S2)

Req No.
2017-3129
US-NC-Shelby
Category
Converting

Responsibilities

  • Inspection and safe preparation of new parent rolls.
  • Lifting 40 to 50 pound core chucks
  • Overhead crane operations
  • Slabbing\disposing of used roles
  • Stacking and banding of spent cores
  • All associated paper work (Prism)
  • Monitoring /filling 15 pound glues totes.
  • Safe operation of the equipment
  • Communicates with the appropriate team members on any machine problems, material changes or quality conditions.
  • Changing over equipment in the winder area which include but is not limited to core machines, winder, tail sealer, accumulator and low saw.
  • Responsible for quality product from parent rolls to rolls coming from the log saw
  • Perform basic equipment repairs and cleaning, production changeovers and routine maintenance
  • Load and unload 15 pound log saw blades
  • Changing over equipment in the wrapper area which include case packer, diverters, conveyors, product stacking, hand pack, and rewinder.
  • Controls the operation of the machine including adjustments and minor repairs necessary to produce a quality product, which meets company process and product specifications.  

Qualifications

Education and Related Experience:

  • Must have and be able to provide proof of a high school diploma or GED
  • Must have two years or more of continuous full-time work experience with a single employer within the past four years or been a full-time student
  • Individuals must be authorized to work in the U.S. and able to provide two forms of identification
  • Able to work shifts including nights, weekends and holidays.
  • Normal mobility, manual dexterity, normal visual and auditory ability. Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. and utilize assisting devices for heavier lifting.

Skills and Abilities:

  • Self-direction
  • positive communication
  • organization
  • time-management
  • ability to work overtime when needed.

 

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