Line Operator 2 – NC (Nights 8:00pm-8:00am)

Paragon Films, Inc.

Taylorsville, NC


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POSITION SUMMARY: The Line Operator 2 serves as the front line of the production operation and is responsible for the basic operations of the extrusion lines and will assist with training new hires in the process. As they continue to expand their knowledge by learning to operate various production lines, the Line Operator 2 works to develop a more in depth understanding of quality standards. A Line Operator 2 must be knowledgeable in and follow all procedures needed to ensure the proper safe and efficient operation of their production line. Position works under established guidelines and company policy


• Performs basic production duties such as loading cores on to the core table; pulling trim; adjusting roll widths;

preparing the finished product by pulling, lifting, labeling and packaging the finished stretch film rolls, Inspecting

the visual quality of the rolls and removing rolls that don’t meet established quality standards, has gained a

thorough understanding of roll weight computer systems and their use to accurately weigh rolls and/or boxes of

finished product; reporting finished products on required documents; cutting and preparing scrap bins for


• Prepares product for shipping by setting up the skids with required packaging materials, packing trays or boxes

with finished rolls, could involve manually pre-wrapping trays with stretch film prior to being sent to the

automated wrapper or wrapping them by hand depending on plant procedures, moving completed skids

through the safe and effective use of manual and electric pallet jacks

• May begin to train on and perform duties on various lines, rewinders and other required areas of the production

floor to increase knowledge and fulfill staffing needs

• Trains on quality standards and controls, may begin training to perform quality testing and complete tasks in

quality lab including Shift Testing; completing quality control paperwork accurately following established

standards and reporting quality test results to Management to ensure quality standards are being met

• Assists with ensuring line operates continuously, coordinating shift change activities, notifying Sr. Operators,

Team Manager or other Management of any issues

• Assists with training new Line Operators when placed on the production line

• Maintain housekeeping on the line to ensure clean work environment; ensure work area is prepared and ready

for shift change

• Performing any other duties as requested or assigned by Management


Work involves Overtime, 12 Hour rotating shifts

Shift Schedule includes: Days - 8:00pm - 8:00am

2/2/3 schedule. On two days, off 2 days, on 3 days

Every other weekend is a 3-day weekend


· Shift Premiums for Rotating Schedule

· Medical, Dental, Vision, Paid Life Insurance, Eligible to enroll in Short and Long-Term Disability, Voluntary Life Insurance, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Flexible Spending Accounts

· Tuition Reimbursement and a unique Bonus Program

· Exceptional Holiday Pay and premiums

· Paid Vacation and Holidays

· Employee-Centered Culture

· 401(k) Plan includes a company match at 100% of the first 3% of contribution

· Competitive wages complete Paragon’s total compensation package

Paragon Films is a Drug Free Workplace (Includes no Marijuana), Pre-Employment Drug Testing is required.



• Demonstrated proficiency in the duties in preceding Line Operator roles

• Technical aptitude to understand machinery and systems within a production environment 3500 West Tacoma, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74012 (918) 250-3456

• Mechanical aptitude to understand and properly utilize basic hand tools with accuracy

• Ability to understand and properly utilize scales, weights and other measurement tools with accuracy

• Ability to demonstrate sound judgement while adapting to fast paced environment and rapid changes

• Able to juggle multiple tasks and handle unexpected delays or events while maintaining constant attention to


• Strong organizational skills combined with good problem-solving skills

• Practice and promote teamwork within our organization

• High level of dependability regarding attendance and punctuality

• Understanding and ability to communicate using the English language in both written and spoken form or

willingness to take ESL classes.

• Basic mathematic skills


The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job:

· Ability to use hands; including fingers to hold, touch, see, feel, grip, squeeze, push, pull

· Ability to perform pushing, pulling, forward exertion on a regular basis

· Ability to have overhead extension with arms on a regular basis

· Ability to use enhanced levels of manual dexterity with arms and hands to operate industrial power tools occasionally

· Ability to stand and walk continuously on concrete floor for 12-hour shifts

· Ability stand, crouch, stoop, bend, and squat frequently

· Ability to kneel occasionally

· Ability to climb stairs and ladders occasionally

· Ability to work on elevated platforms

· Ability to climb on uneven surfaces occasionally

· Ability to regularly lift and or move between 45-55 lbs

· Ability to occasionally lift and or move up to 65lbs

· Ability to understand and communicate verbally, in person, and over paging system

· Ability to meet requirements of and utilize all PPE when required


• High School diploma or equivalent

• Previous experience in a plastics manufacturing environment

• Ability to read and interpret Bill of Materials / Job Packets


The environment described here is meant to be representative of those an employee would normally encounter while performing the essential functions of the job.

The physical environment requires the employee to work indoors in a hot or cold and moderately loud environment. Required to use PPE while performing job functions.


Work involves overtime, shift rotations and schedule changes. Requires adherence to deadlines and project completion deadlines.