Started in 1933, Green Bay Packaging Inc. (GBP) is a privately owned, vertically integrated company consisting of corrugated container plants, folding cartons, recycled and virgin linerboard mills, pressure-sensitive label rollstock, specialty converting operations, timberlands, and a sawmill facility. Headquartered in Green Bay, Wisconsin, Green Bay Packaging Inc. employs more than 4,000 team members and operates over 30 facilities in 14 states each with a dedication to innovative development of its products and forestry resources, with a focus on safety, quality, sustainability, and continuous improvement. For more information about Green Bay Packaging Inc., visit www.gbp.com.
The Folding Carton Division is an industry leading manufacturer of Folding Cartons for food, paper, hardware, confectionary, cosmetic and many other industries. Employing 185 people, this facility designs, prints and manufactures folding cartons, trays, and displays for a broad range of products and customers.
Duties will including feeding machines; material handling utilizing fork lifts, clamp trucks, pallet jacks etc. Assist in prepping machines for work orders. Performing quality checks, general clean up and general plant duties as assigned.
Qualifications include the ability to lift up to 50 pounds repetitively. Good communication skills, basic computation skills and mechanical aptitude. Willingness to work 2nd (2pm-10pm) and/or 3rd shift (10pm-6am) with some overtime. Prior manufacturing experience preferred.
Starting pay ranges from $16.86-$21.09, based on skills and experience. In addition to a competitive wage, we offer a comprehensive benefit package including medical, dental, life, pension and 401(k).
Green Bay Packaging Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.
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