Operations Lead Production Clerk- 2nd Shift
Education, Knowledge and Experience
High school diploma or the equivalent preferred.
Six months production experience preferred.
An understanding of department processes and operations preferred.
Able to work effectively under tight deadlines.
Other Skills and Abilities
PC experience, primarily MS Word, Excel, Access, E-mail, TSO, CICS and Oracle preferred.
Exemplify excellent teamwork, communication (written and verbal), organizational and leadership skills.
Able to meet and maintain high quality standards.
Show initiative and ability to work independently.
Creative problem-solving abilities and mechanical aptitude desired.
Reports to: Manager, Production Operations
Direction Received from: Manager(s) Production Operations, Operations Representative and Senior Production Coordinator(s)
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
Working knowledge of all projects and processes within the department.
May perform any or all of the following department-specific tasks in relation to materials/items: fold, assemble, prepare, collate, palletize, box, wrap, and check for accuracy.
Provide backup support to the Senior Coordinator including, but not limited to: problem resolution, supervising, training and assigning work to seasonal and full time employees.
Assist in prioritizing, organizing and scheduling work to meet deadlines.
Provide feedback to employees about the quality and quantity of work.
Keep appropriate personnel informed of the quality of work within the department and
alert the Senior to specific errors that occur regularly and are consistently similar.
Instruct and assist other employees with interpreting specifications on assigned projects.
Communicate and identify areas for improvement and assist in developing alternatives/recommending solutions to leadership.
Able to work independently with minimal supervision.
Operate department equipment as related to assigned project responsibilities.
Possess the ability and commitment to work overtime and varying shift hours, as required.
Participate in and/or lead departmental stretching program.
Maintain the appropriate required department records.
Perform other clerical work or other duties as assigned.
May perform work of higher classified positions.
During periods when normal assigned work volume is low, will be required to perform other job functions in other departments within the Operations organization.
Physical Demands and Essential Functions
Able to lift up to 50 lbs., push carts weighing up to 600 lbs. and move pallets weighing up to 2000 pounds with a pallet jack.
Able to stand and/or sit for long periods of time.
Able to bend, twist and stoop.
Tasks require repetitive motion.
Cross-Training and Additional Job Functions
Employees performing other job functions will receive cross-training to ensure they meet position requirements. Additional position requirements may include but are not limited to: lifting up to 65 lbs., pushing carts weighing up to 600 lbs., standing or sitting for extended periods of time, performing basic computer functions.
As a drug-free workplace, all employees are subject to our drug testing program.
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Organization: Assessment & Qualifications
Req ID: 13767