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You would work closely with other departments such as logistics, quality control, and production to ensure that the packaging is of high quality and meets customer requirements. You would also be responsible for monitoring inventory levels of packaging materials and ensuring that they are ordered and delivered on time.
Additionally, you would be responsible for creating and implementing new packaging designs and materials that are cost-effective and environmentally friendly. You would need to stay up-to-date with new packaging trends and technologies to keep RDP competitive in the industry.
Overall, your role as a Packaging Manager in RDP would involve managing a critical component of the company's supply chain, ensuring the quality and consistency of the product packaging, and driving innovation in packaging design and materials to stay ahead of the competition.
Here are the top 10 job responsibilities of a Packaging Manager:
Oversee the packaging process for products, ensuring that all packaging materials and processes meet company standards and customer requirements.
Manage and supervise the packaging team, providing guidance, support, and training to ensure that all packaging activities are performed efficiently and effectively
Monitor inventory levels of packaging materials and order and receive them in a timely manner to avoid delays in production and shipping.
Work closely with other departments such as logistics, quality control, and production to ensure that the packaging is of high quality and meets customer expectations.
Develop and implement new packaging designs and materials that are cost-effective and environmentally friendly.
Stay up-to-date with new packaging trends and technologies to keep the company competitive in the industry.
Ensure that all packaging materials are stored, handled, and disposed of in accordance with industry regulations and best practices.
Develop and maintain standard operating procedures for packaging processes to ensure consistency and quality.
Analyze packaging-related data and provide recommendations for improvements in efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and customer satisfaction.
Collaborate with external suppliers and vendors to source packaging materials and negotiate favorable pricing and terms.
Here are the top 10 job requirements for a Packaging Manager:
Bachelor's degree in packaging engineering, industrial engineering, or a related field.
1-3 years of experience in packaging development and management.
In-depth knowledge of packaging materials, processes, and technologies.
Strong project management skills with the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
Excellent communication skills to effectively collaborate with cross-functional teams.
Ability to lead and supervise a team of packaging professionals.
Strong analytical skills with the ability to analyze data and make recommendations for process improvements.
Attention to detail and ability to ensure that all packaging meets high-quality standards.
Familiarity with industry regulations and standards for packaging and shipping.
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and adapt to changing business needs.
Salary - Best in the Industry.
Incentive - Best in the Industry.
Medical Policy for the Candidate Family.
Current India is walking towards Atmanirbhar Bharat, and the Government of India has taken a huge initiative at the policy-making level to make it happen by releasing the Vision Document on Electronics Manufacturing Roadmap to make India a powerhouse to reach USD 300Bn in electronics manufacturing by 2026 from a current USD 75Bn.
Make in India (MII) is one such subset Initiative where the Government of India has asked all Government Departments (55,000 in GeM) to buy only Make In India IT Hardware products (where local content is 51% or Class 1 Supplier) this has opened the doors for many Indian brands like RDP to take part in nations mission by manufacturing most affordable high quality make in India IT Hardware products from India to the World by becoming Local Champions.
PLI (Production Linked Incentives) is also a special incentive by the Government of India to local manufacturers to be competitive in the global markets.