We are looking for motivated individuals to join our night shift team. We offer comprehensive job training and opportunities for growth within the company. Our 12-hour rotational schedule allows our employees to work at night, leaving the daytime open.
No experience necessary, but previous experience in warehouse or production environment a plus!
Set up and operate inserter to sort and prepare mail in accordance with United States Postal Services regulations.
Provide an accurate count of mail produced. Perform a variety of quality control functions to ensure total quality of the production of materials.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Perform basic setups on machines in a timely manner. Read recaps thoroughly and check jobs as to accuracy. Report any error or discrepancy to the supervisor immediately.
- Sort the job per instructions. Follow all MICR procedures when running MICR jobs. Feed material into the machine making sure material does not jam or slow down production. Adjust equipment as needed. Test with the preset double, as required. Ensure there is sufficient material at machine so there is no work stoppage. Follow USPS sorting regulations. Ensure quality is maintained throughout the job. Complete appropriate paperwork.
- Tie mail when necessary using the tying machine or rubber bands and put the correct bag tags on the completed mail.
- Perform a variety of quality control functions to ensure total quality of the production of materials as required by procedures:
- Review master recaps as needed.
- Enter correct postage and date on meter and ensure correct slug is installed, as applicable, when the machine is set up.
- Generate sample board.
- Perform first piece inspection.
- Perform hourly inspections, or inspections at a frequency required by procedure, client or recap. Check sacks or trays of completed mail for the items noted on the Hourly QC Checklist, as well as work at the machine.
- Perform count recording as required by procedures.
- Perform preventive maintenance on assigned equipment in accordance with prescribed schedule and procedures.
- Instruct other employees on the operation of assigned equipment and basic processes and procedures. Use available operation sheet as a guide.
- High school diploma, GED or equivalent
- Thorough understanding of bindery and inserting equipment operation
- Ability to apply written instructions to machine operation and product quality
- Basic math skills
- Reliability through attendance, punctuality and attention to work station
- Quality conscious
- Demonstrates positive safety attitude
- Ability to read ruler and go-no-go gauges
- Ability to use basic hand tools to set up and make adjustments