Position title
Production Flour Packer

The incumbent will be responsible for the effective and efficient packaging of milled products and will assist in the warehouse as needed.


Grade 12 or equivalent.

Self-motivated team player with a strong work ethic.

Able to work independently as well as with cross departmental team members.

Available for shift work as well as work on weekends, holidays and call outs as required.


Operates and maintains efficient performance on flour packaging line(s).

  • Ensures that flour transfer is made from correct flour bin.
  • Ensures quality packed Product enters warehouse.
  • Ensures all bags are folded, sealed and wrapped correctly before leaving packaging area.
  • Completion of ongoing checks of code dates and correction of any problems.
  • Ensures bags are dated correctly before entering warehouse.
  • Ensures changeovers and adjustments are made to accommodate different bag sizes.
  • Ensures all packed products are stacked on skids in a correct way according to pattern.
  • Ensures all skids with packed product are numbered to provide an easy identification in case of call back.
  • Performs quality assurance checks, records them and applies filled out Hold/Reject signs on skids for any off-standard product.
  • Fills out production reports.
  • Maintains good sanitary condition in working area and packaging equipment while packaging is in process, as well all rerun/feed bags being emptied at warehouse dumping station. Reports sanitation issues to supervisor
  • Leaves packaging area and equipment at end of shift in a clean sanitary condition, with all re-run/feed bags being emptied at warehouse dumping station.
  • Maintains all production machinery in good operating condition, in co-operation with Maintenance Department. Advises supervisor of problems.
  • Corrects and cleans up any spills of product in the product transfer system being used.
  • Is aware of critical control points as they relate to product liability.
  • Responsible for compliance with Canada Labour Occupational Health and Safety requirements and company safety standards.
  • Follow Good Manufacturing (GMP’s) while performing tasks in production areas.
  • Performs all other related duties, including training, as required.
Employment Type
Job Location
4420 Larkin Cross Road, Armstrong, BC, V0E1B6, Canada
Working Hours
40 Hours per Week
Base Salary
$22.20-$25.61 Per hour
Date posted
January 24, 2024
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