The Bottling Operator I position tends to day to day operation of bottling equipment. The position follows standard operating procedures and practices safe work habits to ensure production is as efficient and safe as possible.
Under moderate supervision performs basic operation and minimal troubleshooting (white level) on a minimum of 2 of the following machine centers; Monobloc, Labeler, Case Packer, Depal, and Palletizer.
Operates and cleans bottling equipment.
Safely and efficiently operate all pieces of equipment on multiple production lines to meet or exceed established production goals in a cost-effective manner.
Assist with change overs.
Maintains the mindset that there is always room for improvement, there is always a way to do it better.
Ability to keep work area clean, organized and Food Safety compliant. Responsible for general housekeeping duties and maintaining a sanitary work area.
Responsible for routine production reporting and quality checks.
Must be able to consistently perform all in-process and final production quality control and verification checks.
Responsible for compliance with CBI sustainability policies and practices.
Demonstrates situational awareness and a sense of urgency on the production floor.
Demonstrate a sense of urgency for Safety, Quality, and Productivity.
Communicates effectively with team members, leadership and other departments.
Follows all safety procedures and guidelines. Identifies safety hazards and communicates to team members and leadership.
Demonstrates a positive attitude, ability to work with team members to achieve production goals and has a desire to continuously learn and improve.
Maintains job competencies as outlined in provided skill qualification matrix.
Must have a high school diploma or equivalent.
Must have strong mechanical skills. May be required to pass a Mechanical Aptitude Test.
Able to perform diverse and complex tasks on highly technical machine centers.
Complete qualification matrix level white or equivalent one-year repetitive manufacturing experience.Â
Able to work various shifts and schedules including weekends as needed.
Physical Requirements/Work Environment
Works in warm/cold climates
Works in high places
Works on wet surfaces
Must be able to stand, walk, sit
Must be able to move up to 55 lbs
Use hands to handle or feel; reach with hands and arms
Climb or balance stairs/ladders
Stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl; talk and hear
Must have close vision, distant vision, and ability to adjust focus, peripheral vision
Must be able to stand for extended periods of time
Is exposed to loud noise, fumes and/or toxic chemicals
Works near moving, mechanical parts and lift truck traffic
Operations and Production
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Internal Number: 14169117
About Constellation Brands
If you have taken a moment to unwind with a bottle of beer, toast with glass of wine, or celebrate with a cocktail, chances are that you have shared that moment with Constellation Brands. We are passionate producers of iconic beer, wine and spirits brands that consumers love. From Corona Extra, to Robert Mondavi Wines, to SVEKDA Vodka, we produce over 100 premium brands with sales in nearly 100 countries, making us the number one multi-category beverage alcohol company in the U.S.