Employment Opportunities

Fischer Paper Products is a successful, stable, and respected supplier to the foodservice industry specializing in providing quick, customized paper packaging solutions. For more than 40 years, the Fischer team has worked with fanatical effort to meet our customers’ needs for reliable service, quality product, and quick order turnaround. At Fischer, we believe that honesty is the foundation of trust and always strive to be collaborative, mindful, personal, and responsive both within our internal teams as well as with all our external customer relationships. We pride ourselves and stake our reputation on superior quality, friendly and helpful service, short lead times, and prompt delivery of our products – it’s the little things we do to make things easier for our customers.

 

Fischer Paper Products is positioned for exciting growth and innovation. Continuous improvement is the foundation of our growth, allowing us to serve our customers in ways that ensure long-term mutual success. We seek employees who strive to meet these standards in a safe and rewarding working environment.

 

Fischer Paper Products offers a strong potential for growth, a business casual work environment, competitive wage commensurate with experience, an excellent benefits package including health, dental, vision, life, disability, vacation, 401(k) retirement savings matching contribution, and more.

 

Fischer is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We also maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.

 

We are currently hiring for the following positions:

 

Manager of Quality, Compliance, and Safety

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The Manager of Quality, Compliance, and Safety (MQCS) at Fischer Paper leads the teams in all matters related to quality assurance, corporate compliance, and safety. The MQCS is accountable for the execution of all policies and procedures related to these three areas, both documented and undocumented. The MQCS is responsible for the good manufacturing practices that keep all Fischer employees safe; represents the voice of the customer; ensures that the company manufactures product to the highest standards for quality; and maintains our compliance with all industry rules, regulations, and standards for food safety.

 

QUALITY DUTIES:

  • Enforce and apply continuous improvement methodology to Fischer’s Quality Policy to internal and external customers
  • Monitor and track the overall customer experience which s/he measures in the “Perfect Order Performance” corporate Key Performance Indicator (KPI)
  • Perform root cause analysis, corrective actions, verification and documentation of complaints
  • Perform the supervision, training and appraisal of QA personnel
  • Document and maintain supplier quality issues and follow up on RCCA
  • Develop and document departmental quality-related KPIs
  • Oversee Customer Return Program and warehouse repack requirements

COMPLIANCE DUTIES:

  • Monitor, verify, and validate Food Safety programs
  • Develop and implement OSHA safety requirements
  • Perform internal auditing of compliance to Quality, Food Safety and OSHA safety policies
  • Ensure compliance to current SQF Code is maintained throughout the company
  • Complete HACCP Certification training as needed
  • Responsible for Food Safety through compliance to the following policies and procedures:
  • Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP’s)
  • Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP)
  • Knife Policy; Glass and Brittle Plastic Policy
  • Sanitation Procedures; Pest Control Procedure; Non-Conforming Product Procedure
  • Develop, organize, and perform training for required programs and policies related to quality, food safety and OSHA

SAFETY DUTIES:

  • Lead the team effort in all aspects of Fischer’s annual food safety audit as a measure to maintain the company’s GFSI compliance (apply continuous improvement methodology to all food safety requirements based upon the standards of the auditing agency)
  • Maintain and apply continuous improvement methodology to all Safety Systems
  • Ensure Food Safety training completed and verify the training effectiveness
  • Act as member of Safety Oversight Committee and chair of Employee Safety meetings including documentation, auditing and verification of corrective actions

OTHER DUTIES:

  • Team member of New Product Development group (covers innovation and research & development)
  • Team member of Material Review Board (meets monthly to vet and approve new suppliers and discuss any supplier issues)
  • Educate and train internal customers on technical aspects of raw materials including compostability, biodegradability, paper properties, and recycle content
  • Document and organize all product trials for NPD and MRB
  • Perform monthly charting of Complaints, 1st Reports of Injuries, and Quality costs
  • Lead Continuous Improvement opportunities in the areas of safety, quality, and compliance
  • Perform other assignments/tasks as required by the Vice President of Operations or Senior Leadership Team.

 

Maintenance Manager

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The Maintenance Manager is responsible for leading and coordinating activities of vendors and workers engaged in-repair, maintenance, and installation of machines, tools, and equipment, in addition to the maintenance of buildings, grounds, and utility systems of the entire manufacturing operation including shipping, receiving, and warehousing functions.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Direct and assign day-to-day workload of the Maintenance Technicians and Mechanics
  • Responsible for performing as well as supervising skilled mechanical and electrical maintenance work including repair, inspection, modification, and improvement of equipment
  • Use of lathes, mills, grinders, gear hobs, and other machine shop equipment
  • Troubleshoot basic and advanced electrical, PLC programs, drive technology, pneumatics, hydraulics, and other issues as they arise
  • Participate in continuous quality improvement projects and other activities as assigned
  • Review production, quality control and maintenance reports and statistics to plan and modify maintenance activities and improve OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness)
  • Plan, develop, and implement new methods and procedures designed to improve operations, minimize operating costs, and affect greater utilization of labor and materials
  • Coordinate outside vendors to perform scheduled maintenance and repairs in specialized areas and review performance for quality and cost effectiveness
  • Read and understand manuals, technical drawings, and schematics
  • Evaluate machine up-time and productivity and make appropriate recommendations on action items
  • Assist with proper documentation of parts inventory
  • Facilitate building/maintenance programs, including but not limited to PM programs, parts/invoice programs, up-time/lost time initiative, and maintenance spend & budgets
  • Manage/oversee capital projects

 

Packer – Day Shift

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Work hours:

  • Day Shift: Monday – Wednesday 5:55 am to 5:15 pm, and Thursday 5:55 am to 3:15 pm
What you’ll be doing:
  • Packing! Pack bags into boxes as they come off the production line
  • Checking! Check bags for quality
  • Labeling! Make and label boxes
  • Reading! Understand job pocket packing instructions, quality info, product specs, etc
  • Counting! Maintain accurate counts of boxes and skids

 

Packer – Night Shift

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Work hours:

  • Night Shift: Sunday – Wednesday 5:55 pm to 6:00 am
What you’ll be doing:
  • Packing! Pack bags into boxes as they come off the production line
  • Checking! Check bags for quality
  • Labeling! Make and label boxes
  • Reading! Understand job pocket packing instructions, quality info, product specs, etc
  • Counting! Maintain accurate counts of boxes and skids