Location: Waco, Texas 

About Hello Bello:

Hello Bello is so much more than just a baby company – we're on a mission. We believe in 'Premium for All' and are committed to creating the highest quality products at the most reasonable cost, because every child deserves the best. We believe in doing better for babies, parents, and the planet. We believe in doing good and giving back. We believe in exceeding expectations and going above and beyond. And while it's all serious business to us, we also believe in having fun – and we try to with product design, content, and community. And obviously with each other, too. Join us!

Role Summary: 

Hello Bello is looking for a Senior Manufacturing Associate who will be responsible for all of the packaging duties on the diaper production line. The Senior Manufacturing Associate, along with the entire line team, will also be responsible for line Safety, Quality, Teamwork, Performance, and Housekeeping while on shift. They will assist with all aspects of running and cleaning the packaging equipment while the line is in production and during downtime outages. They will perform housekeeping on the packaging end of the  equipment (case taper, conveyors, bag sealer), while adhering to the company safety standards. The Senior Manufacturing Associate will also cross train with our Manufacturing Operator to learn the upstairs operation.



  • Adheres to all safety rules
  • Performs all work assignments in a safe manner
  • Supports company safety programs, ensures others are working safely, wear all proper personal protective equipment, and identify safety outages and follow up to see that they are corrected


  • Perform daily quality inspections on the production line and packaging end.
  • Checks for quality outages in the product. 
  • Fill out product specification and raw materials checklists, perform daily quality audits.


  • Inspects the quality of bags, checks the placement of diapers in bags, checks for holes, rips, and tears in the bags and /or diapers, packs completed bags of diapers into boxes and sends them through a box taper and box coder. 
  • Loads bags on the bagger wicket conveyor during production runs.
  • Is capable of re-bagging diapers by hand if necessary, understands the functions of the parts of the machine involved on the packaging end to include stacker, box taper, metal detector, printers, and stretch wrapper. 
  • Alerts the operating crew and QA operator of any problems with the packaging end of the machine. 
  • Assists with clean-up and moderate maintenance of machines on specified maintenance days at all times.
  • Ability to read a production schedule, and have basic knowledge of cost breakdown for a diaper, waste, downtime, and each raw material.

Raw Material       

  • Identification of packaging materials (bags & boxes), which goes where, and function of each.


  • Must keep all working areas of the floor swept clean of dirt and debris
  • Must keep all conveyors and machinery wiped and clean of dust, debris and grease
  • Must keep the area free of items on the floor, such as loose diapers, plastic straps, etc. 
  • Must keep all bags and boxes neat and organized. 


  • High School diploma or higher education preferred
  • 2+ years of experience as a manufacturing associate in a fast-paced manufacturing environment, preferably working with high speed machinery
  • Ability to work in a team setting and meet all Safety, Quality, and Production goals
  • Able to analytically troubleshoot packaging machine issues

Benefits & Perks:

  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • 401k and FSA option at your discretion 
  • Paid Vacation and Holidays
  • Employee discounts on Hello Bello products


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