Summary: Packaging Line Mechanic mostly works in large manufacturing units and is responsible to optimize

the production and packing of goods by ensuring the seamless functioning of all machinery. Such individuals

require having a sound understanding of all safety norms and following industry standards of functioning.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities: (Please note that the following description is not meant to be an

exhaustive list of responsibilities and metrics but to highlight some key ones).


Set-up, adjust, and changeover of: tube and bottle fillers, cappers, labeling equipment, Videojet coders,

cartoners, and bundle wrappers

Troubleshoot and adjustment of powder pressing and handling equipment

Diagnose malfunctions, repair and replace defective parts with the assistance of equipment manuals

Analyze mechanical and operational problems and take corrective action

Perform reactive maintenance and respond to equipment failures per the demands of supervision and

lead people

Monitor lines for malfunctions, recurring problems or unsafe conditions. Make adjustments to maintain

quality production

Read and understand schematics and technical drawings

Significantly contribute to the meeting of daily production goals, up-time standards, and deadlines

Work with Q.A. and validation groups to attain operational requirements

Perform preventive maintenance

PLC experience a plus

Any other tasks that may be assigned from time to time to meet company goals



Minimum 2-5 years experience as a Mechanic in a production area. High school or Technical School diploma.

cGMP knowledge is a plus. Must have knowledge of applicable OSHA regulations.

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