Nichols, New York

Crown Cork & Seal’s North American Beverage Packaging Division has openings for Palletizers at their manufacturing facility located in Nichols, New York.  This facility will manufacture aluminum cans for the beverage industry.  This position will perform a variety of equipment operations, mechanical adjustments, and quality checks, in the production and manufacture of aluminum cans of the highest quality at the lowest possible costs.  This would also include the Warehouse and Palletizer areas of the production floor.  Other responsibilities would include but not be limited to the following:

  • Safety & Quality minded with willingness for excellence required in all aspects of the job.
  • Responsible for the operations of one or more automated machines or equipment for the production of aluminum cans.
  • Must keep lines flowing, make continuous quality checks, & minor adjustments to conveyor belts and various factory equipment.
  • Accurate and continuous quality checks and recordkeeping required.
  • Understand and follow verbal instructions to completion of assigned tasks. 
  • Keeps Production Supervisors/Managers informed of operational status of equipment and production issues.
  • Follows standard operating procedures.  
  • Must work effectively in a team environment. 
  • Performs other related duties as required.
  • Keeps work area safe, clean, and organized.

This position will also help to develop standard operating procedures; provide training for equipment operation and reinforce all safety procedures. 

Nichols, New York

Crown has a long history of leading the industry with innovative packaging technology. From the time our founder William Painter invented the bottle cap to the ground-breaking SuperEnd™ beverage ends to today's cutting edge shaping technology, Crown has led the way.

We owe our success to a legacy of leadership and invention that began in 1892 when our founder, William Painter, invented a better way to package soft drinks and beer. Painter's vision revolutionized the bottling industry. His ingenuity, and the leadership of those who came after him, helped to build Crown Holdings, Inc. into the world-class company it is today.

Today, Crown Holdings, Inc. manufactures packaging products from 139 plants located in 41 countries. In over 125 years of growth and diversification, we have never lost sight of our core business: continuously improving the quality of our packaging products, while keeping costs as low as possible.

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