fairlife, LLC is a Chicago-based dairy company that produces nourishing and great-tasting milk-based products made using a patented cold-filtration process that removes some natural sugars while concentrating the protein and calcium naturally found in real cows’ milk.
Our line of delicious, lactose-free fairlife® products includes: fairlife® ultra-filtered milk, which has 50% more protein and 50% less sugar than regular milk; fairlife® with DHA, ultra-filtered milk with DHA Omega-3 fatty acids to support brain health; fairlife YUP!®, a line of flavored milks; Core Power® High Protein Shakes, a sports nutrition drink to support post-workout recovery; fairlife smart snacks®, a drinkable snack to help curb hunger between meals; fairlife® nutrition plan™, a nutrition shake to support one’s journey to better health; and the newly launched fairlife® creamers, coffee creamers designed to help enhance your coffee experience. In partnership with The Coca-Cola Company®, fairlife ultra-filtered milk and Core Power high protein shakes are distributed throughout the United States (U.S.) and Canada; all other fairlife drinks are available in the U.S.
To learn more about fairlife and its collection of products, please visit fairlife.com.
A Packaging Operator sets up, changes over, operates and assists with operating the labeling, case packing and blow molding equipment. Observes the operation, ensures the manufactured products meet specifications, makes adjustments as necessary and tears down the equipment for cleaning. They feed various materials into the machines such as corrugate, film, labels, preforms and carriers. They clean the machines, trouble shoot, perform minor repairs and clear any jams that may occur.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
working conditions and physical requirements:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Sitting/Standing/Walking/Lifting/Carrying: The Labeling/Bundling Operator stands throughout their shift. The Labeling/Bundling Operator walks on uneven concrete and tile surfaces. The Labeling/Bundling Operator lifts up to 60 pounds on a frequent basis and 80 pounds on occasional basis. Two or more employees complete lifts of greater than 80 pounds.
Pushing/Pulling/Bending/Stooping: The Labeling/Bundling Operator pushes/pulls rolls of labels onto labeler or stacking collapsed boxes on a pallet or recycle container. The Labeling/Bundling Operator pushes/pulls while using brooms, dust mops and brushes during cleanup duties. The Labeling/Bundling Operator bends and stoops occasionally throughout the workday for varying lengths of time.
Squatting/Kneeling/Crawling/Twisting/Turning: The Labeling/Bundling Operator may squat to pick up product from the floor, or during various cleanup duties. Occasional slight twisting and turning at the waist when loading material, or when performing responsibilities.
Climbing/Balancing/Reaching: The Labeling/Bundling Operator steps on and off the platforms and steps. The Labeling/Bundling Operator reaches below and/or above shoulder level when removing or adding boxes to a pallet, loading materials or dumping and climbs on ladders to access equipment.
Grasping/Manipulation: Frequent use of the hands and fingers is required.
food safety requirements:
position location: Coopersville, MI
reports to: Packaging Supervisor
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