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Internship - Packaging

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Rich Products Corporation is known around the world as the founder of the non-dairy segment of the frozen food industry and the leading supporter and solutions provider to the Food Service, In-Store Bakery and Retail marketplaces. We are one of the world's premier family-owned food companies with more than 7,300 associates worldwide. We currently have a great opportunity for a Packaging Internship. Please visit our website at to apply for this position or view other exciting opportunities.

Work along-side the Director of Packaging Innovation and Development Engineers to:

Assist in coordinating new product packaging design (including changes to any existing products) with R&D, Sales & Marketing and Operations
Maintain the packaging specification database
Assist in assembling structural specs for graphics development
Actively works to identify cost savings opportunities and communicates accordingly
Consult with plants on packaging issues as they arise
Actively works to identify ideas to standardize packaging
Assign Packaging raw material codes to all producing plants as required
Works with supplier and supervisor on generating innovative ideas
Participates on various project teams throughout the organization; may be required to provide updates and presentations to procurement management and/or entire department.

Required Experience

Pursuing a Bachelors' degree
Analytical skills
Strong interpersonal skills
We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and invite qualified candidates to apply. As part of our efforts to provide a safe and productive environment and hire talented and qualified associates, we maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing and background investigations.

Job Location
Buffalo, New York, United States
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