On Site - 2nd Shift Screen Print Stacker (Remote Not Available)
Company: Nine Line Apparel
Posted on: November 22, 2021
Stacker - Screen Print
The stacker position is the entry-level position for the Screen
Print Production Department. The person hired for this position
will be responsible for stacking shirts neatly at the end of the
dryer while keeping up with the pace of the machine, doing quality
control checks the entire time, alerting operators and/or
supervisors of any quality issues and assisting their assigned team
performing cleaning, set-up and teardown duties needed throughout
Be able to work the scheduled hours and willing to work overtime if
Be present at assigned work station once clocked in.
Do not leave the work station without first letting a supervisor
Follow the policies and procedures of the department and
Stack the shirts at the end of the dryer as they come out.
Must not let shirts fall on the ground or in the bin.
Must keep pace with the machine.
Must stack shirts neatly and keep track of quantity and sizes on
the provided paperwork.
Must be able to stand in one place for several hours at a time.
Must look for and find defects or flaws in the print and on the
garment while stacking.
Must be able to repair shirts that can be repaired using the tools
and procedures given.
Must alert operators and supervisors of any issues discovered while
Must not cause damage to shirts in any way.
This position requires the person to twist, turn and lift up to 40
Must learn the terminology used by department in order to
communicate with operators and team members.
This position requires employee to handle garments that are hot.
Gloves can be provided if needed.
This is a repetitive motion position.
Clean work area daily.
Remove test prints from the bins and stock into the front bins for
operators to use as test prints.
Sweep and pick up trash that accumulates throughout the day and at
the end of the day.
Wipe down surfaces around work area.
Clean lint and debris out of bins at the back of the dryer.
Assist operators with set-ups and teardowns between orders.
Stage correct shirts for each order being set-up to be printed.
Stage completed shirts at the correct machine to complete the order
or designated area.
Clean around machinery when instructed. This requires employee to
wipe ink and adhesive off of the printing presses, work stations,
ink buckets and other tools used during the shift.
Be willing to cross-train in other positions or departments as
Attention to detail.
Counting and recording data.
Attendance during the scheduled work hours.
This position is not a supervisory position unless employee is
considered a systems expert and is assigned the role of trainer for
that position. At which time, they will be given developmental
responsibilities for trainees. This would include showing new
employee how to physically perform the task, review essential
functions, observe employee attempting the physical function,
pointing out discrepancies with the performance of the functions,
alerting trainee when issues are overlooked and informing their
immediate supervisor of the progress.
This job operates in a warehouse manufacturing environment around
heavy stationary equipment with moving parts and some material
handling equipment. The environment can be warm at times with
limited air conditioning and/or air flow. This environment can be
dusty due to airborne lint from the garments and adhesives used to
manufacture the garments. Some chemicals are used for cleaning that
require gloves and safety goggles. There are odors generated from
the products we use and produce that may be unpleasant on a daily
basis. You will get ink, lint and adhesive on your skin and
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.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is primarily
required to stand; walk to designated areas to assist operators
when instructed; use hands to stack shirts; use eyes to detect
flaws with the print or garment being printed; talk or hear. The
employee must occasionally lift or move garments or supplies, up to
Position Type/Expected Hours of Work
This is a full-time position unless part-time hours are arranged
prior to hiring. Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday,
2:00pm - 10:00 pm for 2ndshift. This position regularly requires
overtime hours, weekend work and some holidays depending on the
There is no travel expected unless employee agrees to additional
company-provided training off-site. This is not a standard
Required Education and Experience
No experience or level of education is required for this position
as long as the employee can perform the essential functions and
Experience or additional education in any related areas are
opportunities for advancement.
Chain of Command
This position reports to their assigned Line Supervisor. Their Line
Supervisor reports to the Shift Supervisor. Shift Supervisor
reports to Department Manager. Department Manager reports to the
Chief Production Officer.
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