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Box Packager


A full-service recruiting firm that has successfully assisted candidates with their career search for a combined 50+ years. Our customer is a premier manufacturing company in Clermont, FL, whose culture is “Safety First,” Due to their increased growth, we seek qualified candidates to fill their open manufacturing roles.

 Summary of Position 

A Boxer’s function is to package finished paper products into boxes and shipping containers. It is analogous to assembly line work in that the same operation is repeated the entire day continuously. The product will come down the conveyor at 2 to 6 rolls every 20 to 35 seconds. This is a fast-paced environment.

Duties & Responsibilities 

Initial daily responsibility: 

Check the work orders to determine which bags, caps, boxes, and labels will be needed for the day.

Print labels for the product.

1. Bag and Box product. 

  • The finished roll gets a cap in one end of the core, the bag is slid over the roll, and the other end is tucked in and capped.
  • The corresponding label is applied level and smooth, 2” from the top for the product and approximately 1/3ed to halfway down for the Canon product.
  • The finished roll is inserted into the box, and flaps are folded and glued. You must plug in glue guns and get a supply of glue sticks as needed.
  • The corresponding label is applied to the outside of the box.

2. Palletizing 

  • Pallets are removed from a stack approximately 4 feet high. Pallets weigh 25 lbs.
  • Once placed on the floor a corrugated pad is placed on the top of the pallet before the boxes are stacked.
  • Boxes are placed on the pallet in specific stacking configurations and must be followed.
  • Boxed roll products may weigh up to 50# per box and be stacked up to 48” high.

3. Cargo 

  • Pallets are removed from a stack approximately 4 feet high.
  • A cargo box is made up of two parts and placed on a pallet squarely.
  • The finished roll does not get a cap; the bag is slid over the roll and tucked in on the other end.
  • The corresponding label is applied level and smooth 2” from the top for the product and approximately 1/3ed to halfway down for the Canon product.
  • The roll is then placed in a cargo box, standing vertically.
  • When the box is full, all rolls are counted to verify the correct quantity.
  • The flaps are folded in and taped shut.
  • The corresponding label is applied to opposite sides outside the box.

4. Daily Cleaning 

  • Conveyors
  • Table’s
  • Floor Sweeping
  • Break down empty boxes and put them in recycle boxes.
  • The clear floor of the finished product.
  • Put raw materials back in bin locations.
  • Keep the work area neat and clean.
  • Empty trash cans and replace them with new trash bags.
  • Clean up after yourself in the break room. (spills, tables, refrigerator, microwave, etc.)

5. Quality 

  • Labeling must be the correct format and matched to the product.
  • Labels must be applied level and in the proper location.
  • Rough handling of rolls will cause damage and is not acceptable.
  • Boxes must be kept clean and free of tears.
  • Gluing must be done correctly, or the box will come open later.
  • Boxes must never have “trash” inside.


  • Must be able to stand in one place for long periods.
  • Must be able to lift 50 pounds from the ground to the shoulders repetitively.
  • Must read and comprehend labels and work orders in English.
  • Must be able to work in a non-climate-controlled building which may be pretty cold in the winter and close to 100 degrees in the summer.
  • Must be able to do repetitive motions the entire shift. Neatness and organizational skills are required.
  • Must be able to operate a manual pallet jack.

What is in it for you:

  • Weekly paycheck
  • Direct Deposit or Pay Card options are available
  • All shifts available
  • Potential overtime
  • Health care benefits including medical, dental, and life insurance