Designer

The Graphic Designer is responsible for creating aesthetically pleasing images that accompany written text. Duties include meeting with clients to establish their needs, using design software to complete projects, and revising projects based on client feedback.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Work on a wide range of projects and media, using various computer software to visualize and develop innovative graphic designs that meet business goals
  • Obtain input from management, ensuring designs meet organizational standards and brand expectations, express ideas accurately, and represent the company or client appropriately
  • Work independently and cooperatively on multiple projects with the sales team, meeting deadlines and budget constraints, and scheduling project implementation based on workload, which may include five or more simultaneous projects
  • Examine existing processes, identify flaws and create solutions to improve design capabilities
  • Update and maintain internal databases of designs, photography, and video
  • Assist Die Coordinator (or Purchasing Manager) to ensure proper plate ordering and master print card.
  • Comply with all company policies and procedures, including safety and maintaining good housekeeping.

Requirements

  • College education or heavy college coursework in the field of in graphic design, art, or similar discipline or applicable work experience.
  • Exceptional creativity and innovative design skills
  • 5+ years experience (academic and professional) with design software, including Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign & Strata 3D or comparable 3D rendering software. Web design a plus.
  • Proven experience with graphic design, with a strong portfolio of work
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills
  • Organizational and time-management skills for meeting deadlines in a fast-paced environment
  • Candidates are PREFERRED with work experience in a related field (corrugated, POP, packaging, etc.).

Work Location:

This position is located at our McDonough, GA site.

Benefits

  • Medical, dental & vision insurance
  • 11 paid holidays annually
  • Vacation
  • 401K
  • Life & LTD insurance

Customer Service Rep.

Bring your Customer Service or Inside Sales skills and along with your Corrugated Industry knowledge to a new operation!

Kampack, Inc. is opening a new production facility in McDonough, GA. We are seeking experienced candidates to support the Inside Sales function as a Customer Service Account Representative. In this role, you are a direct link to our customers providing the service and support they require!

The CSR position is an extension of the Sales team and has responsibility for supporting an assigned customer account base. The CSR will assist sales by maintaining accounts while developing strong customer relationships to support and promote current and future business opportunities. The CSR will lead various projects and see them through to completion in a timely fashion.

CANDIDATES FOR THIS ROLE MUST HAVE CORRUGATED MANUFACTURING CUSTOMER ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE.

The Customer Service Representative will report directly to the Customer Service Manager and works closely with Sales, Design, Production, Shipping, Operations and Finance, external vendors and our affiliated companies, to ensure that Customer and Production needs and requirements are achieved.

Responsibilities:

  • Demonstrate a commitment to Safety and perform job duties in accordance with company Safety policies and procedures.
  • Conduct themselves and perform all activities with the highest level of professionalism, remembering that our Customer’s needs and subsequent satisfaction is the goal.
  • Liaise between the Customer and the company by assisting Customers, production, design, shipping, and account managers on a daily basis by various means.
  • Develop strong, internal working relationships to support and promote efficient, timely and accurate response to Customer expectations.
  • Process orders and new items received from Customers and Sales using various technology applications.
  • Enter information into the estimating system or request product quotes, as applicable, to provide costing to management for analysis and pricing.
  • Provide formal quotes to Sales and Customers.
  • Track orders, initiate changes and expedited per Customer or Sales requests. Communicate the same to Sales, Management and Customer.
  • Coordinate the necessary delivery schedules with Scheduling and the Shipping Department. Communicate the same to Sales, Management and Customer.
  • Manage and track Customer’s warehouse product, when applicable, to ensure availability and min/max levels while managing overruns and underruns. Analyze monthly usages and re-stocking per Customer.
  • Initiate outside manufacturing orders, as appropriate, communicating all necessary details and handling required follow-up.
  • Address customer complaints and questions seeking aid from Sales and Management, as necessary.
  • Follow established processes and procedures to ensure accuracy of work.
  • Maintain customer files.
  • Generate various reports and distribute accordingly.
  • Maintain proper check and balances for optimum cost benefits relative to margin and customer pricing.
  • Understand cost information and identify opportunities for cost containment and margin improvement.
  • Ensure accurate product pricing for invoicing.
  • Coordinate accounting credits.
  • Foster a lean culture to drive continuous improvement, cost control and waste reduction in all facets of our operation.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of 2+ years of customer service accounts management in Corrugated Manufacturing.
  • Demonstrate an aptitude for customer service, computer, and administrative skills.
  • Communicate clearly and effectively in both verbal and written formats in English.
  • Experience in CORRUGATED manufacturing process is REQUIRED.

Education, Training, Certifications

High school diploma or equivalent required. Some college and/or a combination of Sales or Customer Service experience preferred. Four-year degree desired.

Business Travel and Other Requirements

Occasional visits to customers and/or other external plants/facilities as required. Ability to work additional hours on an occasional basis (which may include Saturdays) as business needs necessitate.

All other duties as assigned.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: From $50,000.00 per year

AP Clerk

Kampack, Inc, a growing Corrugated Packaging manufacturer is seeking an experienced A/P Specialist for our start-up in McDonough GA. We are looking for a detail-oriented accounting professional to support our organization in this multi-faceted role.
This position has direct line reporting to Plant Controller and works closely with our Corporate Accounting Department.

Responsibilities:

Kampack, Inc, a growing Corrugated Packaging manufacturer is seeking an experienced A/P Specialist for our start-up in McDonough GA. We are looking for a detail-oriented accounting professional to support our organization in this multi-faceted role.

This position has direct line reporting to Plant Controller and works closely with our Corporate Accounting Department.

Responsibilities:

Cash receipts

  • Posting ACH, wire and lockbox payments received
  • Assist AR with short payments/discrepancies
  • Maintain cash receipts spreadsheet for banking needs
  • Reconcile cash receipts to bank statement
  • Initiate wires as needed

Accounts Payable

  • Receiving, reconciling, and posting invoices from vendors
  • Receiving and reconciling receipts from deliveries
  • Receiving and reconciling POs
  • Obtain all necessary approvals and authorizations to process payments – following company policies and procedures
  • Process payments to vendors – check/wire
  • Maintain manual checks/wires records
  • Set up new vendors and receive needed paperwork
  • Maintain vendor files
  • Process and maintain credit applications and W9 forms from vendors
  • Reconcile AP to bank statement
  • Assist Controller with various tasks
  • Communicate with vendors via phone and emails
  • Communicate with Delmarva employees in person, via phone and emails
  • Submit roll stock BOLs and reports to corporate

Enter POs as needed

  • Receive items on POs as needed
  • Receiving, reconciling, and posting employee expense reimbursements
  • Maintain spreadsheet for equipment purchases
  • Reconcile AP against vendor statements

Maintain credit card purchase records and remit to corporate office

Assist with month end closing

Helps with billing/AR needs. Back up for billing.

Experience

  • Attention to detail is a MUST!
  • Must be organized and be able to multi-task
  • Must communicate well, both verbally and written as well as listening
  • Strong mathematical skills
  • Strong problem-solving skills
  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment
  • Good time management and ability to meet deadlines
  • General computer knowledge (MS Excel is a must)
  • 5+ years accounting experience

Warehouse/manufacturing experience a plus

We offer a competitive salary and benefits based on experience.

Kampack, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: From $20.00 per hour