Plans, organizes, and responsible for an assigned production areas to assure product flow is with in operating parameters and flows smoothly. These objectives are accomplished by performing the following duties.
The hours for this position are 5 PM – 5 AM on a flexible 2/2/3 work schedule.
Responsible for work instructions corresponding with job
Supports all personnel and activities involved in assigned area.
Conduct weekly inventory of all Bare Wire supplies and chemicals for emulsions and tin line and communicate needs to Bare Wire Manager.
Update production schedules daily.
Daily production reporting
Combine daily scrap numbers into one excel report.
Conduct daily inventory of feedstock on the floor in Bare Wire.
Perform TS 16949 auditor duties for the Bare Wire department.
Responsible for the certification duties of the Bare Wire department in regards to TS 16949
Helps in the development of training programs and conducts daily training for all TS 16949 documents in the Bare Wire department
Reviews existing manufacturing methods and recommends new or revised methods to reduce scrap and cut costs.
Maintain list of all Bare Wire welder's P.M.'s, swaging tool calibrations, etc.
Monitor and analyze machine standards per products on all new bunching and drawing equipment.
Collaborates and communicates with all Bare Wire supervisors and the Bare Wire Manager to ensure the proper use of operational methods to reduce scrap and cut costs.
Provides financial and technical justification for products, supplies, tools, and materials selection and definition
Responsible for the storage of department materials and supplies
Reviews progress continually. Maintains and prepares reports and records
Responsible for initiating actions to prevent the occurrence of nonconformities, identifying and recording problems relating to product quality, processes, and quality systems, as well as controlling further processing or delivery of nonconforming product
Adhere to all local and corporate safety policies. Promote department and overall plant safety objectives.
Core leadership skills – Coaching, planning, supporting, delegating, conflict management
Communication – Meeting facilitation, instruction, counseling, verbal & nonverbal
Decision making and problem solving, process improvement
Proficient math, reading, and writing
Knowledge of Excel, QAD, Word
OSHA, EHS, TS16949 knowledge required
Ability to coordinate resource for multiple functions simultaneously
Ability to adapt to changing priorities and schedules
High School Diploma
Associates Degree preferred
At least one year related experience
Work Environment/Physical Demands:
Must be capable of lifting and/or moving up to 50 pounds
Frequent walking required
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
Must be able to work overtime either before or after normal starting times and on weekends