Production Packer in Los Lunas, NM at Party City

Date Posted: 5/9/2021

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
  • Location:
    Los Lunas, NM
  • Experience:
    Not Specified
  • Date Posted:

Job Description

Production Floor employees work on one of the four rotating shifts which are:

  • A shift -Days - Start time is 6:00 am, Ends at 6:30 pm
  • B shift - Nights  - Start time is 6:00 pm, ends at 6:30am
  • C shift - Days - Start time is 6:00 am, ends at 6:30 pm
  • D shift - Nights - Start time 6:00 pm, ends 6:30 am

You will receive:

  • Two (2) 15 minute breaks paid
  • One (1) 30 minute lunch break, which is unpaid.


  • Job includes working with Injection molding machines
  • Changing labels, resins, colorants and materials from job to job
  • Replace materials or notify supervisor/ material handler if there is an error.
  • Make sure machines run as efficiently as possible and if machine stops notify supervisor
  • Inspect products as they come out of machines to assure quality meets production standards.
  • Actively aware of machines performance so adjustments can be made to maintain or improve quality and productivity.
  • Must be responsible for quality of product coming off machines employee is assigned to.
  • Must be responsible for area around machine such as but not limited to cleanliness of area, cleanliness of machine, if there is a hazard or something in need of repair report it to Management.
  • Maintain proper counts of product.
  • Insure instructions on traveler are followed if there is an error or cannot understand notify supervisor for assistance.
  • Follow packaging procedures depending on product.
  • Any other duties assigned by supervisor.

Job Requirements

Essential functions:

  • Lift up to 40 lbs., multiple times per 12-hr. shift
  • Must be able to walk and stand for 12 hours
  • Basic skill in mathematics
  • Strong attention to detail

Reports to: Shift Supervisor

Job hazard analysis (PPE):

  1. Possible injury - Employees must be aware of all moving parts of process such as but not limited to conveyor belt, injection molding machine and robots. Also need to know where stop buttons are on machines. Production employees are never to put body parts close to a moving part.
  2. Potential repetitive motion
  3. Possible burning of hands around injection molding machine. Never place hands around the machines screw, when touching machine supervise caution.
  4. Possible back strain. Use proper lifting procedures.