Multi-Color is one of the largest and most awarded label companies in the world, servicing segments such as Home & Personal Care, Food & Beverage, Wine & Spirits and Consumer Durables. A true global leader, our state-of-the-art facilities operate in over 26 countries.
Our 10,000+ employees are guided by our core values: Integrity, Passion, Creativity, Perseverance and Achievement. These values constantly guide our interactions and decision making at Multi-Color!
Join us today!
This might be the job for you if:
Looking for a career instead of just another job (Hello advancement opportunities, company sponsored tech training and tuition reimbursement!)
All of your ideas are amazing and you know it
You are fussy, picky, finicky, hairsplitting, a nitpicker. This job is all about the details.
You're, like, REALLY into labels.
You thrive on order and structure but can take a wrench thrown at you once in a while. Like, a metaphorical one. Not a real one. That would hurt.
If you've never worked in printing and/or manufacturing and want to try something new.
If you've worked in printing and/or manufacturing for years and are ready for the big show. We're kind of a big deal here at MCC.
Ability to learn is off the charts and you're hungry for more.
You can follow operating procedures, work instructions and checklists like a pirate clutching a magical treasure map
Are 18 years of age or older
You are serving in the military or are a veteran. You guys and gals seriously rock.
You want to work here because:
We're the world leader in printing and packaging
Second and night shift premiums
Fully climate controlled facility
Wage reviews every 4 months until you're in the top 50% of the pay structure
Onsite nurse and physical therapist
401(k) with company match
Catered lunches, special events and giveaways
Full medical, dental, vision, life and disability coverage after as few as 30 days
10 paid holidays/year + vacation
About the shift structure: This shift allows you to work just 50% of the year and still make bank! Our C shift works nights from 6pm to 6am and is compensated for their funky sleep patterns with a $1 shift differential on all hours worked. You'll work a 446 schedule which means you'll work 4 days, followed by 4 days off. Then work 6 with another 4 days off. On 4 days again then off for 6 days. This shakes out to working 2 weekends and having off two weekends and a full 6 day mini-vaca every month! This is the perfect shift for picking up overtime, keeping a side or hobby job or just spending lots of time not at work. You know, we work hard but we like to play hard too!
MCC with no machine operators would be like a cookie with no chocolate chips. A car with three wheels! A donut without sprinkles! (Just ask our Finishing Lead Ian about how sad sprinkless donuts make him.) As a machine operator you put the crucial finishing touch on our product. Your eyes will be the last on the product. Can you take that pressure? Yeah, you can.
Here's the (boring HR approved) details:
Understand and adhere to the policies and procedures outlined in the employee manual.
Understand and support the Corporate Mission Statement, Values, Vision, and Operating Principles.
Adhere to mandatory safety requirements.
Meet attendance standards.
Practices and sustains Lean Manufacturing and 6S procedures.
Follow and support all established finishing procedures. Specifically, procedures must be followed 100% for games, food contact, and pharmaceutical orders. There are to be no deviations, without approval from Supervisor.
Inspect and rewind or finish in-line (ship from Press & one-piece flow) final product, meeting customer specifications and guidelines.
The ability to identify and comprehend all various constructions created and their functionality
Work effectively in a team environment, to communicate with internal and external customers at all levels, and to give direction and training to temporary employees.
Assist other operators in troubleshooting.
Package finished rolls, labels, or tags per customer specifications using dispenser boxes, polybags, cartons, etc.
Use auxiliary pieces of equipment such as fan folder, b-bunch, small roll turret, sheeter, friction feeder, shrink-wrapper, scale, core cutter and label maker.
Maintain work center equipment in good working order. Perform operator preventive maintenance on equipment as outlined in JTA manual and Friday Night Clean-up Checklists. Report equipment problems immediately and fill out work orders as necessary.
Review jacket and samples prior to finishing, ensuring full understanding of finishing requirements of the order.
During slow periods seek additional work and assist other team members.
Seek to improve the finishing process through, recommending equipment enhancement, process improvements and procedure changes.
Maintain housekeeping activities including cleaning machine and work area, follow 6S process: Safety, Sort, Set, Shine, Standardize, and Sustain.
PHYSICAL AND/OR MENTAL DEMANDS:
While performing the duties of this job the employee is required to:
Wear hearing, foot, eye and/or other personal protective equipment while in a manufacturing setting
Continually stand for a prolonged period; moderately to frequently walk, stoop, bend, and kneel.
Frequently use hands and fingers to handle, feel, and grasp/clasp; use hands and arms to reach for items in the work area
Frequently vertically lift and/or horizontally move up to 50 pounds (20 pounds on a repetitively ); Use hands and arms to push or pull up to 35 pounds
Vision abilities include - close, distance, and peripheral vision, depth perception, ability to distinguish color variations, and ability to adjust focus
Medium to loud noise environment
Work flexible/varying schedules and hours as needed
Work overtime as required by workload and customer mandated deadlines
If you need special assistance or an accommodation in applying, please contact our Human Resources Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor's legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c).