Our team is passionate about our important human services mission in the community. Are you interested in making a difference? To submit an application, click on the Careers tab and complete the online application form.

WE ARE CURRENTLY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS:

Production Worker:

Location: 110 N. Kensington Drive or 2730 N. Roemer Road

First Shift: Monday-Friday 7:45 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.

Second Shift: Monday-Friday 4:15 p.m. to 12:45 a.m.

Job Duties Include: Count appropriate quantity of product and package into boxes, bags, and/or displays on conveyor belts. Assemble corrugated displays as directed, shrink wrap finished displays and/or pack into cases, stack pallets, etc.

Must Be Able To: Stand for the entire shift, lift 15-30 pounds on a semi-regular basis, count accurately, be flexible in job assignment, be comfortable working alongside individuals with disabilities, and be available for overtime as needed.

Starting Wage: $8.00/hour

**Ask for details about the retention bonus program!

Tri-County Recycling Facility Material Sorter:

Location: 1419 Holland Road, Tri-County Recycling Facility

First Shift: Monday-Friday 5 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. (Saturdays as needed)

Second Shift: Monday-Friday 3:00 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. (Saturdays as needed)

Part-Time Shifts: 3:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. OR 8:00 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.

Job Duties Include: Sort recyclable materials such as cardboard, newspaper, mixed paper, metal cans and plastics from conveyor belts and remove non-recyclable material. General labor duties include, but are not limited to: sorting, sweeping, litter removal, cleaning, and traffic control.

Must Be Able To: Stand for an entire shift and achieve desired picks per minute rates. Must be reliable, demonstrate positive work habits and attitudes, and possess the ability to follow verbal instructions. Attention to detail and the ability to meet quality standards is required. Must be able to work in a fast paced environment, work as part of a team (your performance directly affects others), be available on Saturdays as needed, be flexible in job assignments, lift 15-30 pounds on a semi-regular basis and maintain an excellent attendance record.

Starting Wage: $9.00/hour with 3-month performance review based on performance and attendance. 

** Ask us for details about our referral program and retention bonus program!

Maintenance Technician:

Location: 2730 N. Roemer Road

First Shift: Monday-Friday 7:45 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.

Job Duties Include: Troubleshoots and determines appropriate actions for repair. Performs preventative maintenance. Maintains equipment in a state of readiness by safely utilizing hand tools, power tools, measuring and testing equipment. Set-up machines according to equipment and job specifications. Makes adjustments to the equipment when necessary to maintain the quality of finished product. Performs all required duties and communicates to Maintenance Manager. Adheres to all housekeeping and safety procedures.

Must Be Able To: Stand for the entire shift, lift 30-50 pounds on a semi-regular basis, count accurately, be flexible in job assignment, be comfortable working alongside individuals with disabilities, and be available for overtime as needed. Interpret blueprints, manuals and schematic drawings as well as troubleshoot pneumatics, mechanical and electrical systems.

Qualifications: Associates degree or minimum of 1 or 2 years of manufacturing maintenance experience or related technical training. Demonstrated knowledge in equipment set-up operations.

Starting Wage: Based upon experience

Valley Packaging Ind., Inc. (VPI) Board of Directors today announced that Bob Russo will retire as President and CEO on June 1, 2017.  The Board of Directors has appointed Pat Buckley to be the company’s next President and CEO, effective June 2nd. Buckley currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer.

Rita McComber, VPI Board Chair said, “The Board of Directors wants to thank Bob for the invaluable contributions he’s made to VPI during his 30 years of service as President and CEO. His leadership and passionate dedication to our mission have helped the organization grow and have a significant impact on the community. We wish him a long and happy, well-deserved retirement.

We are very pleased to have Pat Buckley succeed Bob and continue his service to VPI in this new role. He has proven himself as COO and will bring the same commitment and expertise to this position.”

Russo began his work with VPI as rehabilitation director in 1978 and left after one year to return to his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA. In 1985 Russo returned to VPI in the same capacity and was named President two years later in 1987. Russo noted, “It has been a real honor and privilege to serve Valley Packaging all these years and words can’t express how much I appreciate the role that all of our dedicated employees, board members and customers have played in helping this organization achieve its mission and be such an important part of our community. I am extremely humbled and proud of what we have accomplished together.”

Valley Packaging, a private non-profit rehabilitation center, was founded in 1956 and its mission is “To promote the dignity and worth of individuals who have disabilities or are disadvantaged and to assist them in developing their optimum level of social, vocational and economic independence in the community.” Bob shared the vision of the founding fathers of VPI, along with his predecessors, which has led to significant growth and success during his 30 plus years. He credits all the many employees over the years for their valuable contribution to VPI’s success and believes that the future is very bright under the new leadership of Buckley. Russo states that “Pat and I have been working closely together over the past several years and I can tell you that he is a ‘good guy’, extremely talented, and is dedicated and committed to Valley Packaging, both its employees and its mission. Pat is a great fit for this organization.”

Buckley has provided board and management level advisory services to a number of companies and non-profit organizations in the Fox Cities area, including VPI since 2009. Buckley’s relationship with VPI became more formal and on-going in 2013; and since January 2014 Buckley has served as VPI’s Chief Operating Officer. Prior to joining VPI, Buckley served roles as CFO and then President and CEO of Converting, Inc., Clintonville WI (1992-07); and President and CEO of Premier Ink Jet, LLC, Harrison OH (2009-10). Buckley also has 10 plus years of senior management consulting experience including Grant Thornton, Madison WI and Blue Cross & Blue Shield Association, Chicago IL (1983-92). Buckley holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and an MBA in Management Studies, and earned Certified Public Accountant (CPA) licenses in WI and IL.

Our team is passionate about their work and our important human services mission in the community. Are you interested in making a difference? To submit an application, click on the Careers tab and complete the online application form.

As of Feb. 17, 2017,

WE ARE CURRENTLY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS:

Production Worker

Location: 2730 N. Roemer Road OR 110 N. Kensington Drive

First shift: Monday-Friday 7:45 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.

Second shift: Monday-Friday 4:15 p.m. to 12:45 a.m.

Job duties include: Count appropriate quantity of product and package into boxes, bags, and/or displays on conveyor. Assemble corrugated displays as directed, shrink wrap finished displays and/or pack into cases, stack pallets, etc.

Must be able to: Stand for the entire shift, lift 15-30 pounds on a semi-regular basis, count accurately, be flexible in job assignment, be comfortable working alongside individuals with disabilities, and be available for overtime as needed.

Starting wage: $8.00/hour

Recycling Material Sorter

Location: 1419 Holland Road, Outagamie County Material Recovery Center

First shift: Monday-Friday 5:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. (Saturday as scheduled)

Second shift: Monday-Friday 3:00 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. (Saturday as scheduled)

Job duties include: Sort recyclable materials such as cardboard, newspaper, mix paper, metal cans and plastics from conveyor belts and remove non-recyclable material. General labor duties, such as, but not limited to: sorting, sweeping, litter removal, cleaning, and traffic control.

Must be able to: Stand for an entire shift and achieve desired picks per minute rates. Must be reliable, demonstrate positive work habits and attitudes, and possess the ability to follow verbal instructions. Attention to detail and the ability to meet quality standards is required. Must be able to work in a fast paced environment, work as part of a team (your performance directly affects others), be available on Saturdays as needed, be flexible in job assignments, lift 15-30 pounds on a semi-regular basis and maintain an excellent attendance record.

Starting wage: $9.00/hour with 3-month performance review based on performance and attendance

** Ask for details about our Referral Program