Administrative and Management Openings
For management, professional, and salaried positions, you can submit your resume via mail, fax, or online for positions in Grand Rapids, using the contact information below.
Human Resources Manager
Advance Packaging Corporation
PO Box 888311
Grand Rapids, MI 49588-8311
Attn: Human Resources Manager
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2nd Shift Corrugator Supervisor - Grand Rapids, Michigan
Coordinates the efforts of hourly corrugator production personnel ensuring the cost effective production and timely shipment of a product meeting industry and customer specifications. Ensures compliance with company policies, operating procedures, budget guidelines, MIOSHA and other applicable governmental regulations. Prepares annual budget requests and monitors performance quarterly. Keep procedures, policies, work instructions, etc. current. Stays abreast of developing governmental regulations and ensures that required training, monitoring and reporting is completed. Stays abreast of new developments in our industry. Lead, teach and direct employees monitoring results for continuous improvement.
LICENSES, EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE normally required to perform this job: 2 years post high school study/ Associate’s degree The ability to write prose and technical documents which are concise, complete and grammatically correct. Computer literate including basic programming skills. Logic skills sufficient to master advanced algebra and geometry. Ability to read and understand all materials which any federal, state or local governmental body requires be given to or made accessible to employees in writing.
A minimum of three years of supervisory management responsibility.
A working knowledge of ISO 9001 and applicable governmental regulations including MIOSHA, Hazmat, SARA, EPA, EEO, Wage and Hours, ADA, Civil Rights, etc.
Must be licensed to drive and own an automobile.
It is normally expected that an individual newly assigned to this position can become fully qualified and proficient within 6-12 months of on the job experience.
Maintenance Manager - Grand Rapids, Michigan
Coordinates and directs the efforts of administrative and hourly maintenance personnel to maintain equipment and facilities in peak condition while minimizing production downtime and costs. Assists in the evaluation and selection of new equipment and plans and directs installation. Ensures compliance with company policies, operating procedures, budget guidelines, MIOSHA and other applicable governmental regulations. Assists in the preparation of the annual budget and monitors performance quarterly. Stays abreast of developing governmental regulations and ensures that required training, monitoring and reporting is completed. Lead, teach and direct employees monitoring results for continuous improvement. Develop measurable goals for assigned area. Conduct employee reviews on the prescribed schedule. Implements employee training programs.
Four year college degree from an accredited school, with an engineering major (mechanical or electrical). The ability to write prose and technical documents which are concise, complete and grammatically correct. Computer literate including use of standard software applications.
A minimum of five years of senior level management responsibility in a manufacturing operation, with at least ten reporting employees. A working knowledge of ISO 9001 and applicable governmental regulations regarding safety and environmental.
Maintenance Mechanic - Grand Rapids, Michigan
Would you like to work Four days a week as a full time job? Four day work schedule is Wednesdays 10PM to 4AM and Thursday thru Saturday work 4PM to 4AM.
Candidates must have a HS Diploma or GED with 5+ years as a manufacturing mechanical repair. Journeyman level is a plus. Candidates must possess the ability to anticipate and solve complex technical problems, to comprehend complex verbal and written instructions, the ability to interact effectively with supervisors, co-workers, and production personnel, prepare written reports, and work with electrical connections and PLC controllers.
We require the demonstrated ability to install, maintain, and repair very complex machine components and parts using mechanical, electrical and electronic skills. Perform complex trouble shooting, perform preventive maintenance, and coordinate installation of new machines and/or equipment. Serve as technical resource to production personnel and other personnel as required. Perform maintenance, repair work, and ensure work is completed in a timely manner. Knowledge and understanding of MIOSHA regulations is required to maintain our safe working environment. Candidates must be able to work Saturdays and Sundays on a rotating basis.
All candidates must possess a current, valid unrestricted Michigan drivers' license and have the ability to successfully pass a drug and alcohol test.
If you want to join a group of employees with a “can-do” attitude this is a company for you.
We offer an excellent benefit package that includes tuition reimbursement, paid vacations, a bonus program, health, dental, life and disability insurance and a 401(k) with match and profit sharing.