Quanex Building Products Team Lead in Mounds View, Minnesota
Mounds View, Minnesota
JOB TITLE: Team Lead
DEPARTMENT: Removable Grilles
RRPORTS TO: Production Supervisor
JOB LEVEL: 6
In Order Of Importance
% Of Time Required
What Is Done
- Machine Operations
Pull Shop order, verify details, and machine the order. Visually check machine for worn or missing parts. Notch, cut and end-fabricate order to customer specifications. Assemble grilles, attach appropriate fasteners and insert correct plungers. Touch up grille, as needed. Scan orders, match exterior to interior grilles. Work with measuring devices such as tape measures and calipers.
Stage, prep, inspect and pull material for incoming shop orders. Read, understand and apply customer specifications. Strong attention to detail and strong organizational skills. Ability to understand various product lines and materials.
Inspect material ensuring it meets customer specifications. Set up and run tape machine, including replacing tape rolls. Catch taped material and cut taped end.
Demonstrate effective communication skills and active listening skills. Interact effectively with all areas throughout the company.
Recognize safety issues and report them in a timely manner. Always use the proper PPE and safety equipment required in the department.
Responsible for keeping the department TPM schedules current.
Audit daily 5S Sustain activities.
- Primary Backup for Manufacturing
Perform manufacturing positions you have cross trained in when required.
Essential Physical and Mental Requirements
Job Summary: Provide day to day direction for manufacturing activities to include coordination of material flow throughout the department. Manage production by moving associates to appropriate work stations to achieve required goals.
Physical: (sitting, walking, climbing, lifting, etc.) Working with mechanical parts and machines, oils and solvents, and a dusty environment. Any hazardous chemical is specifically defined on accessible safety data sheets.
Climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, grasping, and occasional repetitive motions.
Medium Work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently and/or negligible amounts of force constantly to move objects.
Sensory: (visual, hearing, speaking, smell, etc.) Feeling, seeing, hearing, speaking, eye and hand coordination.
Mental: (reading, writing, reasoning, analyzing, learning, etc.) Communication, interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with coworkers, supervisor, the general public, etc. sufficient to exchange or convey information and to receive work direction.
Minimum Qualifications: (Education/Experience, Skills) High school diploma or equivalent (G.E.D.) and 1 year or more supervisory manufacturing experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above. Second shift experience preferred.
Current Incumbent’s Signature
Human Resource Manager’s Signature
2nd Shift Team Lead
Prep By: DES
Appr. By: SJR
Iss. Date: 10/10/2018
Job Grade: 6
Job Points: 319
Education or Trade Knowledge
Use shop mathematics. Work from detailed prints, orders, sketches, charts, tables, manuals and instructions. Use a variety of measuring devices. Basic knowledge of shop manuals, instructions, practices, building and equipment procedures, mechanical, carpentry, and machining operations.
Over 1 year and up to 3 years of supervisory manufacturing experience including basic mechanic skills, basic fabrication skills, and basic understanding of 5S systems.
Initiative and Ingenuity
Diversified work. Use of judgement to plan, perform and make decisions as to the sequence of setups, operations and processes within the limitations of recognized or standard methods and procedures.
Light work. Continuously moving up to 10lbs; frequently moving up to 20lbs; rarely moving up to 50lbs. Assistance from others or lifting devices is available for material over 50 pounds.
Mental and/or Visual Demand
Continuous mental and visual attention; usually repetitive work or diversified operations requiring constant alertness or activity.
Responsibility for Equipment or Process (1990 Costs)
Careless operation in handling of equipment may result in damage. Probable damage over $1000 but seldom over $5000.
Responsibility for Material or Product (1990 Costs)
Error or carelessness in work may result in damage to material or product. Probable damage over $1000 but seldom over $5000.
Responsibility for Safety
Normal care in performing own work is necessary to prevent injuries to others. An injury should it occur, would result in minor injuries, such as cuts, abrasions, burns or bruises. Fourth degree due to responsibility to ensure employees are properly trained.
Responsibility for Work
Responsible for more than 10 and up to and including 25 persons.
Good working conditions. Exposed to dirt, dust, heat, noise, oils but not to the extent of being objectionable.
Exposed to lost time hand, foot injuries when handling material, or some exposure to health hazards not incapacitating in nature.