Función del empleo: Operations
Tipo de puesto: Permanent
Tipo de empleo: Full - Time
Localización: North Little Rock, AR
País: United States
Job Title: Packaging Operator II
Reports To: Cell Manager
To keep production and processing activities running efficiently and safely within the established quality and production standards, through maintenance of machinery.
EDUCATIONAL, MENTAL, OR CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
· High school education or a GED equivalency;
· Experience and knowledge of specific production/processing areas, machinery, and product items are preferred;
GENERAL JOB DUTIES
The functions of Packaging Operator II include, but are not limited by the following:
· Maintain adequate component supply levels;
· Apply knowledge of the assembly process, tools, equipment, and product methods;
· Use information from identification label when retrieving supplies from the warehouse or storage area;
· Communicate orally with supervisors, mechanics, other employees, and complete paper and computer work (refer to specific department duties);
· Relieve Line Operators when necessary
· Coordinate “change overs” in production and request assistance from Line Mechanics in “changeover” process;
· Visually inspect product for quality assurance, verify product labels and I.D. numbers correspond to products being produced, and perform quality assurance tests (such as weight and torque);
· Clean equipment and perform other custodial responsibilities (refer to specific department duties);
· Work to ensure production equipment is ready for use;
· Track labor and downtime;
· Oversee line surveillance for all points on the line;
· Maintain knowledge and practice of Quality and Safety Policies, Line Manual Book Procedures, Good Manufacturing Procedures, and Reject Percent (refer to specific department duties);
· Assist in training of assigned personnel in technical and operating procedures (refer to specific department duties);
· Assist Line Mechanics with equipment trouble shooting, major equipment repairs, equipment installations and test runs;
· Conduct tooling changes on machinery and make minor adjustments to machinery;
· Perform normal/routine equipment maintenance and conduct/document productive/preventative maintenance procedures;
· Perform other duties as directed;
· Lead TPM methodologies from inception to completion.
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED IN JOB
· Occasionally use safety scissors, safety knife, wrench, spatula, screwdriver, pliers, and other small hand tools;
· Occasionally use pallet jacks (manual and electronic);
· Occasionally use large equipment such as drum roller, drum hoist, E-Z lift, pallet jacks (electronic and manual) and forklifts.
· Moving machinery, such as forklifts: Employees required to operate a forklift must successfully complete forklift operator training;
· All Machine Attendants are provided with and required to wear safety glasses, steel-toed shoes, and 100% cotton uniforms in certain areas; must wear safety gloves.
· Machinery may produce noise levels that exceed OSHA’s action level: Employees are provided with and are required to wear personal hearing protection devises in these areas;
· Tanks may be hot, therefore creating a potential burn hazard: Protective sleeves may be provided;
· Raw materials and cleaning products may produce potential respiratory hazards: Employees are provided with and must wear particulate respirators or other respirators when appropriate;
· All employees are properly trained in the use of adjunct lifting/ moving equipment and on proper body mechanics.
MANIPULATION REQUIREMENTS: (HANDS OR FEET) This position requires an individual to constantly perform one and/or all of the following movements/functions: Handle, reach, feel, perform fine motor manipulations with their hands, and performing gross motor manipulations involved in assembly, stocking machinery, and moving equipment and supplies.
· Plan in advance for a “changeover” and coordinate services with the mechanics to adjust, clean, or replace equipment efficiently to minimize the downtime on the production line;
· Track labor and equipment downtime in labor system;
· Maintain open communication with supervisors, mechanics, and other employees;
· Do the physical demands listed in the “Physical Demands” section using safe ergonomic techniques;
· Work independently, make decisions, and use adequate organizational and time management skills;
· Have working knowledge of the production process, items produced, and equipment utilized in maintaining production within specific norms and standards;
· Perform preventative maintenance on (all) equipment;
· Maintain a safe work environment and follow all safety procedures;
· Ensure high standard of quality control and follow all quality and GMP procedures;
· Have the visual/auditory acuity required to read invoice I.D. #s on product labels and hear warning alarms;
· Read and comprehend written instructions and reports;
· Complete written and computer-generated reports;
· Work flexible hours/shifts, including overtime;
· Possess and apply good technical and problem solving skills;
· Possess good mechanical aptitude as proven by the Standard Timing Model Test;
· Demonstrate good attendance.
MARGINAL JOB DUTIES
· Relieve line operators;
· Lift up to 40lbs without assistance;
· Pushing or pulling up to 100lbs without assistance.
· Must thrive within a changing organization.
· Efficiently produce quality cosmetics in the right quality at the right time for L’Oreal USA customers.
· Must create and provide an environment in which employees can work safely and thrive.
· Must act as a responsible citizen in our company and community.
· Must manage the plant’s assets to maximize our stockholders return.
· Must demonstrate a 100% responsibility and not make excuses or cast blame.
· Must implement and utilize the NLR L’Oreal USA communication model.
· Resolve conflicts directly.
· Must listen for understanding.
· Must have a positive attitude.
· Must be committed to team decisions.