Group Leader Semiconductor Processing Job Description Sample
Group Lead Specimen Processing - Marlborough, MA Req26976
Group Lead Specimen Processing
- Marlborough, MA req26976
Schedule: Monday-Friday 10:30pm
Know that there are people behind the data. Patients and Physicians rely on our diagnostic testing, information and services to help them make better healthcare decisions.
These are often serious decisions with far reaching consequences, and require sensitivity, tact and a clear dedication to service. It's about providing clarity and hope.
As a Specimen Processor you will work for the world leader in the industry, with a career where you can expand your skills and knowledge. You'll have a role where you can act with professionalism, you can inspire colleagues, and you can care about the work we do and the people we serve.
At Quest, our Specimen Processors play an essential role in our success and provide a critical service responding to the often pressured requirements of accurate diagnoses. As a career, it offers a unique opportunity to learn and develop a profession offering long-term stability and development. You can also earn a competitive salary and great overtime, while growing your own career.
The Specimen Processing Group Leader assists the department supervisors by performing combinations of the following activities: Schedule coordination, general supervision of all SP Technicians, providing input to supervisors for performance review and disciplinary action.
The Group leader typically leads 8 - 12 employees, is involved in process and compliance audits and may be responsible for performing duties listed below. Priority consideration given to internal candidates for this position.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Demonstrates a proficiency and understanding of all job duties in Specimen Processing department
Strong troubleshooting and problem resolution skills; ability to work effectively with the technical departments to resolve problems and gain cooperation as needed
Assists all SPTs in proper test selection and problem resolution
Answers and clarifies employee questions (including laboratory personnel) regarding processing
Provides appropriate feedback to supervisor(s) when problems arise.
Completes appropriate shift paperwork, setting up for production, and insuring that their staff has cleaned up at the end of the shift
Monitors supply inventory, ordering supplies as needed
Repairs and maintains department equipment notifying appropriate personnel when repairs beyond the general scope are required
Assists in or performing all training, cross training and department auditing functions as assigned by the supervisor(s)
Perform all other job duties as assigned
In addition to above, the group leader may assist the supervisor(s) in the following:
Prioritizing work assignments
Monitoring production and activity of all SPTs in order to meet departmental deadlines
Coaching for improved performance by providing appropriate feedback and maintaining a positive work environment
Ensures effective employee utilization through workforce planning to include staffing weekends and holidays
Makes suggestions and recommendations to enhance workflow
Helps manage department overtime
Ensures that all Quest Diagnostics Incorporated and Specimen Processing policies and procedures are adhered to
No direct reports; typically leads and directs the work of 8-12 Specimen Prep Techs and/or SP Data entry reps.
Education Preferred: HS diploma or equivalent required
Work Experience: 3 years experience in a laboratory environment with Specimen Processing experience preferred.
Internal candidates minimum of one year in SPT III/related role
Medical background preferred which includes medical terminology applicable to a clinical laboratory
PC skills including ability to run reports & use to manage workflow; real-time thru put
Physical and Mental Requirements:
Works day shift or night shift with weekends and required overtime as needed
Performs multiple tasks simultaneously and with interruptions, physical and mental stress
Works in a biohazard environment and practices good safety habits
Able to sit or stand for long periods
Other: Maintains confidentiality at all times. Will have access to overall employee performance, may have knowledge of disciplinary actions up to, and including termination.
Demonstrates leadership by example, exhibiting good attendance, good decision making, and keep the team on task
Demonstrates strong interpersonal skills that foster a positive environment
Demonstrates flexibility and adaptability
Drives frequent employee interaction on floor providing feedback, coaching and guidance
Demonstrates excellent communication skills and ability to answer questions with both internal and external clients
Adheres to Quest Diagnostics core values, safety and compliance policies and procedures
Works under pressure and assists department in maintaining productivity and quality goals
Ability to diffuse tense situations and applies good judgment when making decisions and resolving problems
All requirements are subject to possible modifications to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. Quest Diagnostics is an Equal Opportunity Employer: Women / Minorities / Veterans / Disabled / Sexual Orientation / Gender Identity or Citizenship
Group Processing Specialist I
Process new standard small groups, renewals, and change requests, by entering data in multiple system applications. Generate plan materials and ID cards, meeting entry timelines and accuracy requirements. Ensure compliance with policies, procedures, and applicable laws and regulations.
Review and prepare new group materials, group change requests, new group member applications, and renewal changes, for imaging in OnBase application. Coordinate and confirm benefits and eligibility variations on groups as required. Coordinate with staff to analyze and create new products or plan materials, as needed.
Review group master applications, forms, proposal requests, and correspondence. Follow up with sales staff for missing information.
Analyze new group structure, billing, and reporting requirements. Enter group data into Facets and PSE.
Validate product codes, financial codes, and other related codes for groups and subgroups. Determine if new product is needed to support rating and coordinate with the Facets Business Support Department as needed.
Create and distribute plan materials in accordance with current workflow processes.
Process all group demographic changes.
Generate census and cross-reference member information on master application with final proposal census.
Upload final premium rates based on actual enrollment for new groups, or rates calculated at renewal.
Track group processing status in PSE and enter group notes in Facets.
Verify appointed agent/producer and enter data in Facets.
Develop and update procedures and job aids as needed.
Attend team and department meetings as scheduled. Perform other duties as assigned. Qualifications
Work Experience: Minimum one year related experience in the health care industry desired. Strong keyboarding and Excel experience required.
Education, Certificates, Licenses: Requires high school diploma or equivalent. Prefer Associate's Degree in business or healthcare, or equivalent work experience.
Ability to understand and interpret state and federal insurance laws.
Remain current on PacificSource procedures, policies, products, and contracts. Excellent verbal, telephone and written communication skills.
Building Customer Loyalty
Building Strategic Work Relationships
Contributing to Team Success
Planning and Organizing
We are committed to doing the right thing.
We are one team working toward a common goal.
We are each responsible for our customers' experience.
We practice open communication at all levels of the company to foster individual, team and company growth.
We actively participate in efforts to improve our many communities-internal and external.
We encourage creativity, innovation, continuous improvement, and the pursuit of excellence.
Environment: Work inside in a general office setting with ergonomically configured equipment. Travel is required approximately less than 5% of the time.
Stoop and bend.
Sit and/or stand for extended periods of time while performing core job functions. Repetitive motions to include typing, sorting and filing. Light lifting and carrying of files and business materials.
Ability to read and comprehend both written and spoken English. Communicate clearly and effectively.
Disclaimer: This job description indicates the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this position and is subject to change.
It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive list of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this position. Employment remains AT-WILL at all times.
PacificSource is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to status as a protected veteran or a qualified individual with a disability, or other protected status, such as race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender indentity or age.
Production Shift Group Leader - Night Shift
Production Shift Group Leader - Night Shift Job Description
The Shift Group Leader develops, leads, and manages a Compressed Work Week (CWW) shift team of 10-20 manufacturing technicians on night shift. This role is responsible for all aspects of managing the shift duties for the area including safety, quality, operational performance, resource management, and team development.
Job Duties Include (but are not limited to):
Partner with the Engineering Group Leaders and Area Engineers on the tactical decision-making for shift execution; including integrating unscheduled down tools, scheduled preventative maintenance, project management and manpower to meet factory and area priorities.
Owns tactical execution and strategic planning for area performance (availability, utilization, cycle time, defect reduction, cost performance) to achieve stated goals.
Lead and manage continuous improvement projects that span across entire department, as well as taskforce management.
Build and maintain a strong safety and high quality culture.
The incumbent will be required to attain L1 operations certification and basic preventative maintenance certifications including all Safety requirements to achieve these certifications.
BS, MS, or PhD in Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Material Science, Microelectronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemistry, or Physics
Prior experience with wafer fabrication (3+ years with a 4 year Technical Degree, OR 8+ years with a Non-Tehnical Degree, Associates Degree or Military Education.
Strong technical/engineering background
Previous leadership AND/OR management experience.
Inside this Business Group
As the world's largest chip manufacturer, Intel strives to make every facet of semiconductor manufacturing state-of-the-art -- from semiconductor process development and manufacturing, through yield improvement to packaging, final test and optimization, and world class Supply Chain and facilities support. Employees in the Technology and Manufacturing Group are part of a worldwide network of design, development, manufacturing, and assembly/test facilities, all focused on utilizing the power of Moore's Law to bring smart, connected devices to every person on Earth
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, religious creed, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, military and veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, gender, gender expression, gender identity, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by local law, regulation, or ordinance....
Mission Processing Group Geoint Senior Systems/Acquisition Engineer
Centauri is seeking a Mission Processing Group GEOINT Senior Systems/Acquisition Engineer to support development and integration initiatives for the Engineering Division. The selected candidate will work with the Engineering Division and Program Offices within the Customer’s organization.
This position requires an understanding of the intelligence community and customer domain, along with a strong focus on core systems engineering processes in support of end-to-end mission and services closure. This position requires technical leadership of a diverse team of Systems Engineering/Technical Assistance (SETA) and Contracted Administrative Assistance Services (CAAS) team members.
The candidate will likely report directly to the Landmark AOS Program Manager. The position envisions serving as the senior technical advisor to the Mission Processing Group within the Customer domain. The candidate will support Customer ground product processing systems, applications and frameworks in the transformation of legacy processing systems and their evolution going forward.
The candidate will participate in system readiness events and independent review teams and is required to have strong GEOINT systems engineering background and significant space and ground domain knowledge in technical capabilities and performance. The candidate will support ground and enterprise teams coordinating, establishing and assessing requirements, CONOPS and architecture products, assessing system and segment schedule and risks, supporting test and verification strategy and system integration of new systems and initiatives in support of expanded ground capabilities. The candidate may lead projects in various stages of the system acquisition life-cycle, have frequent Government Customer interactions, and support acquisition strategy council implementation across multiple ground system program offices.
The candidate will have daily interaction with the customer and supporting contractors, and will need to follow customer standards and processes as the program matures through the life cycle. Candidate will interact with multiple Acquisition Offices (AOs) and facilitate risk and action closure with Acquisition Offices and users, and support technical consultation, meeting coordination, and support to recommendation briefings.
Coordinate and support ground requirements, CONOPS, and architectures in the remote sensing domain
Support enterprise and system level requirements for future systems
Oversee the allocation and closure of acquisition-level requirements with developers
Provide independent verification/validation/test in support of delivered system capabilities and mission closure
Participate in readiness events in support of enterprise, system and acquisition-level ground milestones
Lead and support project planning, as well as assess schedule and risk
BS in engineering, physics or related technical degree with at least 10 years’ experience with space/ground aerospace systems engineering/architecting
Integration and closure experience within overall customer domain, plus Tech Insertion experience
Detailed knowledge of GEOINT remote sensing systems and overall space and ground architecture
Expertise in mission technical capabilities and system performance analysis and assessment
Experience with Mission Processing Systems in support of space and ground architecture
Experience identifying user & enterprise needs/requirements and gap identification, analysis and assessment
Experience in supporting Requirements Engineering, CONOPS development, and system integration to accommodate the End to End GEOINT Systems Engineering
Experience in Scaled Agile Frameworks Enterprise (SAFe) agile software development and Dev/OPS concepts, processes and production
Experience in Acquisition to include cross-program budgeting, resource allocation, Earned Value Management (EVM) and cost analysis
Commitment to recognize, understand, respect and operate effectively within various SETA, FFRDC, and Government lines of authority
Familiarity with specific IC customer, technical familiarity with mission processing or mission control of one or more GEOINT systems, including sensor capabilities and phenomenology knowledge.
Ability to work for specific IC customer and familiarity with that customer’s processes and organization.
All positions within this customer domain require a one (1) year minimum commitment.
Active TS/SCI w/ CI poly
Centauri is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status or any other factor protected by law.
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Processing Team Leader (Packing)
Processing Team Leader (Packing)
Our Nestlé Purina factory in Dunkirk is strategically located along Lake Erie's Historic Chadwick Bay Harbor, which is situated 50 miles southwest of Buffalo, New York. With miles of Great Lakes waterfront and beaches, ski resorts, vineyards and boutique wineries, our associates are proud to call Dunkirk a hidden gem. Since its opening in 1971, various expansions to the processing and warehousing towers have taken place to accommodate increasing production of great brands like Pro Plan®, Beggin®, T-Bonz®, and Busy®. In 2016, the facility accomplished "Zero Waste to Landfill" status meaning all discarded materials are directed to destinations that specialize in recovering the ecological and/or economic value of the material. As a part of Nestlé sustainability efforts, we've also decreased our water usage by 20% since 2012 and power our production using 65% renewable energy, a number that continues to increase.
Manufacturing is the very core of our business. The Dry Pet Processing Team Leader (Packing Relief) in Dunkirk, NY will have their hands in it all – They will be responsible for direct supervision of hourly employees within the Packing Team when providing coverage for the regular Team Leader. During that time, they will also be a catalyst for people development through mentoring, coaching and performance management. Join the Nestlé Purina Family to support something so much greater – bettering the lives of pets everywhere.
Must be willing to work 3rd shift and overtime on weekends and holidays.
Provide primary coverage for the regular Team Leader
Perform on all positions in Dry Packing and fill the vacancies as needed
Become an advocate for Nestle' Continuous Excellence (continuous improvement program)
Assist in processing and packing areas with product changeovers
Participate in PEO and Safety Committee Meetings
Perform all other duties as assigned.
BASIC QUALIFICATIONS (Minimum):
- High school diploma or GED equivalent
- 1+ years of experience supervising in a manufacturing, military, or related environment
To our veterans and separated service members—you're at the forefront of our minds as we recruit top talent to join Nestlé Purina. The skills you've gained while serving our country, such as adaptability, agility, and leadership, are much like the skills that will make you successful in this role. We hope you'll consider sharing in our mission—you'll join a cohort of others who have chosen to call Nestlé Purina home.
Job: Processing Team Leader (Packing)
Primary Location: Dunkirk, NY US
Career Area: Hourly
Nestle Purina PetCare Company
Environment, Health, & Safety Group Leader
Corteva Agriscience™ has an opportunity for an Environment, Health, & Safety Group Leader to join our team at our Pittsburg crop protection production facility. Come join our team of safety professionals and help save lives and the environment in record time to ensure our team members go home to their families the same way they came into work each day! We are a group who is passionate about caring for others. Our ideal candidate is calm, cool, and collected under pressure so they are able to spring into action and save the day! Corteva Agriscience™ offers an excellent benefits package that begins on your first day of employment. This includes a generous 401k match, health and dental insurance, 15 days of vacation, a variable bonus plan, and much more! Please ensure you include an updated resume with your application for full consideration.
The Pittsburg Environment, Health, & Safety Group Leader provides leadership and strategies to support achievement of the site and company's Responsible Care goals, implementation of work processes, and continuous improvement in EH&S performance. This critical leader provides the systems and tools necessary to ensure regulatory compliance with federal, state, and local requirements, as well as internal Corteva EH&S requirements.
What You Will Do:
Assure that the compliance process in the units is in place and functioning by delivering the systems and tools necessary to ensure regulatory compliance with federal, state, and local requirements as well as internal Corteva EH&S requirements.
Lead our team of 10 safety professionals
Lead the Safety Delivery Team.
Be the administrative, functional and technical leader for the site's EH&S Delivery Technicians.
Participate in EH&S related assessment and audits.
Address incident and audit corrective actions that involve systems deficiencies.
Ensure EH&S work processes, standards and procedures are applied within the units through role assignments and training.
Support site-wide EH&S systems as needed.
Identify potential EH&S related business risk.
Lead EH&S incident reduction efforts.
Lead and/or participate in the investigation of EH&S incidents using the global EH&S process.
Identify opportunities and facilitates the process to leverage EH&S Delivery resources (specialists, technicians, empowered teams, etc.).
Ensure that EH&S training is delivered, as appropriate.
Be accountable for cost-effective delivery of EH&S systems through standard work processes and common systems.
Who You Are:
Passionate about health, safety, and the environment!
Thinking outside the box and being an innovator is what you do!
Bachelor Degreed (preferably in an Occupational Health, Safety, Engineering or other related field)
You have experience leading a robust team of direct reports
A safety professional with 10 years of hands-on work experience in operations, manufacturing, production, or other industrial safety function
Someone with validated experience in developing effective, engaging training materials
Comfortable with computers and strong Microsoft Office skills
You have the aptitude and ability to learn new processes and systems efficiently and swiftly
You have a wonderful ability to transmit knowledge (teaching, coaching, communicating, documenting) as well as model and instill commitment, passion, and culture change behaviors
You are effective at organizational management, specifically leading, mentoring, coaching, and developing EHS&S talent
You have strong organizational, teamwork and people management skills
You rock at handling, prioritizing, and executing numerous simultaneous activities on an ongoing basis
People often describe you as a self-motivated independent critical thinker and performer
Consultation, facilitation, and influencing skills come easily to you
In previous roles, you have demonstrated open and clear communications and processes for issue resolution
You can analyze technical writing and regulations so you can describe the EHS&S standards & procedures and can coach others appropriately
We look forward to seeing your application! Come grow your career with us!
Sr. Maintenance Group Leader
Maintenance Group Leader
As a Maintenance Group Leader at General Motors, employees work in a fast-paced, challenging work environment gaining valuable first-line supervisory experience. Employees utilize their knowledge and maintenance expertise to continually improve our manufacturing processes. Working in a team environment, employees must demonstrate strong communication and leadership skills, be a risk taker and take pride in getting the job done right.
Supervise a medium size group of employees in a skilled area of work which involves the construction, repair and maintenance of plant and equipment while ensuring production schedules are maintained through improvement of Mean Time To Repair (MTTR) and Mean Cycles Between Failure (MCBF). Work is of a technical nature with decisions made within the limits of general procedures and specifications. Some direct guidance received from supervisor.
Supervises construction and maintenance projects
Engages in Throughput Improvement Process (TIP)
Responsible for diagnosis of equipment malfunctions
Responsible for the effective use of personnel, material and equipment
Meets schedule and quality requirements
Complies with the terms of local and national labor agreements
Implements safety and good housekeeping practices
Implements divisional and Corporate policies
Frequent contact with others outside the work group
Establishes a course of action to accomplish completion of the job and/or project
Coordinates input from internal/external customers to better understand customer needs and/or perceptions
Keeps abreast of current product developments and trends in areas of expertise
Actively identifies new areas for learning and takes advantage of learning opportunities
Relatively high level of analytical ability where problems are complex
Ability to interpret blueprints and engineering drawings
Knowledge of basic math including trigonometry
Oral and written communication skills
Medium level of interpersonal skills to work effectively with others
Knowledge of basic mechanical concepts
Demonstrated technical and professional skills in job-related area required
Appropriate interpersonal styles and communication methods to work effectively with business partners to meet mutual goals required, motivate employees and elicit work output
Knowledge of and ability to effectively use computer software as it pertains to engineering preferred
Ability to work any of three shifts as assigned.
- Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience
Group Leader - Patient Care Center
- High School Diploma or equivalent required
- 3 - 4 years experience
- ROLE OVERVIEW:
In cooperation with the Patient Care Center Field Operations Supervisor, the Group Leader will coordinate the daily operation of assigned locations to assure production is consistent and service levels are maintained throughout a designated territory. Responsible for coordinating the work of multiple laboratory assistants and for providing quality collection services to clients. The standard of ethical and professional performance must be consistent with established medical laboratory practice and demonstrate the philosophy of Mid America Clinical Laboratories.
Minimal requirements must be met to fulfill Primary Role Responsibilities. These requirements are reflected in the Experience Required and Skills Required sections as well as on the Physical Requirements and Environmental Worksheet.
High school education or equivalent. Good verbal and written communication skills; excellent interpersonal skills; previous experience in a work-related leadership role. Prefer extensive phlebotomy experience with geriatric, pediatric and chronically ill patients.
Extensive experience level, extensive client contact and responsibility, broad scope of duties, work is complex, problem-solving skills are required, assists supervision of others.
Demonstrates and above average ability to communicate and service customers independently and ethically with focus on the customer. Ability to develop a team and help anyone in the team when necessary.
Organize to perform multiple tasks and maintain and document information on the patient both in a computer and on manual requisitions with an eye to detail. Demonstrates advanced knowledge of phlebotomy and specimen collection techniques and theory in order to provide services appropriate to the age of the customer served. Able to be flexible with scheduling both hours and location assigned.
Group Leader Pheresis
Responsible for training and coaching the pheresis staff and facilitating efficient donor flow through the center. Additional duties include performing venipuncture on donors and having a general knowledge of the reception and registration operations.
1 In compliance with Standard Operating Procedures, (SOPs), performs all aspects of the pheresis procedure and plasma collection, including donor set-up, donor monitoring and donor disconnect.
2 In compliance with SOPs and Food & Drug Administration (FDA) guidelines performs venipuncture to begin pheresis process.
3 Evaluates vein performance of the donor to identify possible problems; makes necessary corrections in order to expedite donation time and ensure product quality and donor safety. Ensures donation process is efficient and makes adjustments when necessary to make the process a positive experience for the donor.
4 Educates new donors on the use of therapeutic products made from donated plasma. Explains the screening process, the health screening tests performed, the appointment system, donation fees, center policies, proper nutrition and any other information pertinent to the donor. Ensures that all donors' questions are answered timely, accurately and professionally.
5 Maintains alertness to any reaction by donors and assists with reactions or notifies appropriate staff.
6 Uses Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) to record incidents that occur during the pheresis process, such as machine alerts and alarms, volume variances and donor adverse events.
7 Provides guidance and technical training about processes and procedures to donor floor and other staff as required.
8 Monitors donor flow on the donor floor to assure continuous turnover. Allocates resources to address donor backlog.
9 Performs calibrations and verifies that maintenance has been performed as outlined in SOPs. May respond to and resolve complex equipment alarms or donor issues.
10 Troubleshoots equipment failures, including creating incident documentation, removing and/or replacing equipment from service.
11 Responsible for changing supply lot numbers in the electronic donor information management system when new lot number is introduced into production.
12 Supports center management by providing input into staff scheduling, and resolves minor donor relations and technical procedure issues. Refers employee relations issues to center management team staff.
13 Ensures the accurate recording of donor data in the electronic donor information management system as outlined in SOPs.
14 Understands the policies and procedures associated with hyper immune programs at the center if applicable.
15 Maintains clean efficient work environment, and ensures sufficient operating supplies and forms are available as needed. Follows all Health Safety & Environmental (HSE) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) policies and procedures. Promotes safety in all actions. May conduct routine audits of these internal procedures and documentation.
16 Maintains confidentiality of all personnel, donor and center information.
17 May be cross-trained in other areas to meet the needs of the business.
18 Bilingual skills may be required, at the discretion of the organization, to meet the needs of the business.
19 Perform other job-related duties as assigned.
- High school diploma or equivalent required
Minimum 18 months experience in a medical or health care environment preferred or equivalent combination of education and experience
Specialized medical or phlebotomy training preferred
(physical & mental requirements)
Ability to make decisions which have moderate impact on immediate work unit
Understands, remembers and communicates routine, factual information.
Must be able to see and speak with customers and observe equipment operation
Occasionally perform tasks while standing and walking up to 100% of time
Reach, bend, kneel and have high level of manual dexterity
Occasionally be required to lift and carry up to 25 pounds
Fast paced environment with frequent interruptions
Frequently exposed to hazardous chemicals, extreme temperatures and to blood borne pathogens
Required to wear Personal Protective Equipment while performing specific tasks or in certain areas
Required to work overtime and extended hours to support center operational needs
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status, national origin or other legally protected classifications
Worker Sub Type:
Berry Global, headquartered in Evansville, Indiana, is committed to its mission of 'Always Advancing to Protect What's Important.' With $7.9B in revenue for fiscal 2018, Berry is a leading global supplier of a broad range of innovative nonwoven, flexible, and rigid products used every day within consumer and industrial end markets. Berry operates over 130 manufacturing facilities worldwide and employs over 24,000 individuals.
At Berry, we pursue excellence in all that we do and are always advancing to improve the way we work along with the products and services we provide. Our culture fosters trust and partnerships through appreciation, acknowledgement, and inclusion.
At Berry, we are continuously improving to support our mission and exemplify our values of partnerships, excellence, growth, and safety. To learn more about Berry, visit berryglobal.com.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Accountable for the safety of all employees for whom they are responsible through active engagement in safety activities and provides clear, consistent communication of safe work expectations.
Supports and investigates situations in which line/equipment stoppage occurs due to perceived, imminent safety risk.
Completes responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and procedures, and applicable laws.
Actively leads risk assessment activities for their area of responsibility by driving prioritized corrective and preventive actions to eliminate/reduce environmental, health or safety risks.
Lead all required meetings with safety (i.e. Pre-shift, Department, Change Management, General communication, etc.)
Completes incident investigations, root cause analysis and implements corrective actions accordingly in a timely and thorough manner.
Ensures the proper training and development of all assigned employees for whom they are responsible.
Sets goals for their organizational unit; achieves goals and ensures that all employees understand and work toward achieving goals.
Motivates and coaches employees through good communication and frequent performance feedback. Identifies and coordinates additional training as needed
Ensure the safety and security of employees.
Delegate and supervise work assignments to lead operators, operators, and technicians.
Review daily machine priorities and placement of operators.
Inspect all areas of the plant with the previous supervisor.
Review and maintain attendance records and timekeeper systems.
Employee training and delegating training assignments for new employees and review progress.
Perform scheduled evaluations of employees. Enforce all Company policies and procedures judiciously.
Monitor machine process and non-conformance issues daily.
Process and enter production information for all machines and work orders.
Adhere to all Company and departmental procedures.
Maintain high GMP and food safety standards at all times.
Handle employee complaints, as needed, in accordance with company policy.
Thoroughly investigate all safety incidents immediately.
Initiate action to prevent occurrences of any non-conformity of product or quality systems.
Initiate, recommend, or provide solutions through designated channels.
Suggest actions for continual improvement to products, processes, or systems and verify the implementation of solutions.
High School diploma with a minimum of three years of supervisory experience in a manufacturing environment.
Capable of physical mobility, including sitting, bending, twisting, standing, and lifting up to 35lbs.
Capable of maintaining an attendance record within the Company guidelines and working required overtime.
Possess a functional knowledge of injection molding processes including, but not limited to, technical equipment, ancillary equipment, statistical process control and production scheduling.
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