Position Responsibilities 1. Follow all safety rules and support leads in accomplishing KPI's. 2.
Maintaining Skill Based System (SBS) to include keeping in communication with your lead and trainer on driven the system. You will accomplish this by ensuring your individual progress, direction, and coordinating any/all training through your lead. 3. Ensure that you are a part of accomplishing team goals. 4.
Assist your team members with any/all needs around the job. 5. Listen and communicate with all team members. 6. Communicate all pertinent information of safety, quality, and mechanical issues to designated lead. 7.
Immediately notify lead of any variances in the mobile equipment and position areas. 8. Operate mobile equipment and/or lines as efficiently as possible. 9. Keep all mobile equipment inside and out free of debris, trash, and improperly stored items. 10.
Fill out daily mobile equipment inspection sheet; report any non-compliance items to lead. 11. Consult run plan with lead and stage greensheet pallets, WIP, finished pallets, etc. 12. Perform quality checks to maintain our quality standards. 13.
Remove pallets from the line and stage in staging areas. 14. Ensure all pallets are in place prior to shift being over. 15. Empty dumpsters. 16.
Ensure no downtime has occurred due to pallet handling. 17. Report any/all damage and/or incidents to the lead immediately. 18. Assist in the efforts to reduce wash-up, size changes, and/or any/all delay categories. 19.
Keep accurate records FIFO (first in first out) 20. Accurately complete any/all paperwork required. 21. Work on items from downtime list as time prevails. 22.
Work smart not hard a. Every move that we make should have a purpose. Whether we are on foot or on mobile equipment.
Traveling with an empty forklift is a good example of a bad habit for time management. The whole forklift area of how well we stay ahead is based upon how well we are with time management. 23. Cost reduction by: a.
Assisting machine operators on line at each stackers. b. Alert lead with and defects found while doing a quality check. c. Not damaging pallets and product with mobile equipment. d.
Stacking pallets correctly. e. Taking care of any/all mobile equipment you are operating. f. Alerting lead on when emptying reject hopper or dumpsters more than normal. 24.
Housekeeping in the areas you come in contact with. Competencies: Decision Making: Identifying and understanding issues: problems, and opportunities; comparing data from different sources to draw conclusions; using effective approaches for choosing a course of action or developing appropriate solutions; taking action that is consistent with available facts; constraints, and probable consequences.
Continuous Learning: Actively identifying new areas for learning; regularly creating and taking advantage of learning opportunities; using newly gained knowledge and skill on the job and learning through their application. Stress Tolerance:
Maintaining stable performance under pressure or opposition (such as time pressure, or job ambiguity); handling stress in a manner that is acceptable to others and to the organization. Initiating Action: Taking prompt action to accomplish objectives; taking action to achieve goals beyond what is required; being proactive.
Communication: Clearly conveying information and ideas through a variety of media to individuals or groups in a manner that engages the audience and helps them understand and retain the message. Tenacity: Staying with a position or plan of action until the desired objective is obtained or is no longer reasonably attainable.
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