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ProAmpac Holdings, Inc. Assistant Lamination Operator - 3rd in Cary, Illinois

The Asst. Laminator Operator functions under the direct supervision of the Manufacturing Supervisor and supports the activities of the Laminator Operator. This position is responsible for assisting the laminator operator to meet production schedules, and maintain compliance to company and customer quality standards, and policies in the Lamination Department.


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential job function satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made, upon request, to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Maintain supply of adhesive for machine.

  • Load & unload material onto machine.

  • Perform visual & treatment checks on material.

  • Assist with set ups and changeovers.

  • Perform required quality checks.

  • Fill in for operator during breaks, lunches & absences.

  • Train, develop, and coach all Lamination Helpers to insure their increasing job skills and complete understanding of assigned duties and overall departmental operation.

  • Perform other assignments as required by management.


  • Comply with all Ampac Safety, Quality, Operational and Employment policies and practices.

  • Remove from operation any machine deemed unsafe and immediately notify management.

  • Adhere to all Quality principles as outlined in our Quality System to ensure efficient production of a quality product on a day to day basis.

  • Operate in a manner that will reduce waste and optimize usable production.

  • Halt manufacturing processes and immediately notifying management of any safety, material, equipment or technical non-conformance.

  • Participate with co-workers and supervisors in addressing problem areas, planning methods and operating procedures.

  • Identify and record quality related problems, initiate action to prevent nonconformance, and recommend solutions.

  • Control the further processing of materials until any deficiency is corrected.

  • High School Diploma, GED or equivalent work history.

  • Basic Computer Skills

  • Must be able to read Standard/Metric measuring tape

  • Must be able to perform basic mathematic calculations of standard/metric measurements.

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