Assembly Floor Lead

Job Summary:

The Element Assembly Floor Lead will lead in all aspects of manufacturing Reverse Osmosis Elements as outlined in the Element Assembler I description. The Floor Lead will perform the highest skill and knowledge level of the Element Assembly Team.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

There are five principle areas in the manufacturing of EDI modules. You will lead the Assembly Team in the highlighted areas:

1. Quality. This involves incoming QC testing and evaluation, observations about non-conforming materials and procedures, and communication.
2. Material Preparation. This involves collecting parts for assembly and pre-assembly of some parts. Preparation of membrane for assembly. Membrane work involves the use of glues. This also requires organization skills.
3. Assembling Elements. Individual leafs are assembled in multiples, and held together with clamps. Mechanical aptitude is required.
4. Element Testing. Each element is tested for performance, accuracy, and quality. This activity requires the individual to be detailed, instrument savvy and analytical.
5. Shipping of Product. An ability to read, understand, pull and box orders properly is required. It is vital that the individual be able to complete shipping documents accurately and timely.

The Floor Lead will
a. Have responsibility for training others within the Assembly Team IAW approved practices and procedures
b. Supervise the performance of the Assembly Team members
c. Ensure Assembly Team members are properly punching in and out, on lunch and breaks
d. Manage the Assembly Team member’s time to task in order to gain efficiency
e. Prepare and track production paperwork
f. Ensure quality production, interfacing with other departments, and giving feedback to production and company management
g. Be familiar with inventory and plan for future production
h. Ensure end of day procedures are completed
i. Notify the Production Manager with recommended changes to practices and procedures prior to implementation
j. Notifying the Production Manager when supplies needed are running low
k. Perform additional ancillary or implied tasks as necessary

The individual needs to create a positive, cohesive, safe, and quality oriented work environment. The person will maintain safety and quality by ensuring the Assembly Team adheres to approved procedures and practices.

The Floor Lead will work closely with the Production Manager and be evaluated on a quarterly basis.

Education and/or Experience Required:
1. Employee will have a high-school diploma or GED.
2. Employee will be able to read, write, and speak English with competence. Employees will have the ability to follow instructions (written and oral)
3. Employee will be able to proficiently work with numbers
4. Computer knowledge is required
5. Capability in Microsoft Office software and All Orders inventory management software

Physical Abilities:
1. Indoors, not environmentally controlled
2. Outdoors, exposed to weather – occasional
3. Employee should demonstrate mechanical and physical dexterity
4. Employee should be aware that work areas may be noisy
5. Employee should be able to lift up to 50 pounds. Stand (75%), sitting, walking and bending
6. Driving company truck and forklift as needed
7. Temperature varies per season, ambient, may be hot or cold

Certifications:
1. Driver’s License
2. Forklift Certification
3. CPR/ First Aid Certified
4. AED Certified

Intangible Abilities:
1. Proficient at multitasking
2. Employee should demonstrate leadership traits and abilities
3. Have a working knowledge of conflict resolution

To apply for this job email your details to kcarbone@jobs-staff.com