Day Shift - Line Leader
WHY TIME STAFFING?????
Competitive Pay at Premier Companies
Health, Dental, Vision Insurance
401(k) & Profit-Sharing Plan
Vacation & Holiday Pay
Basic statement outlining the purpose of the job responsibility
Directly supervise all CNC operators to assure maximum production efficiency that meets quality specifications in a safe manner as per schedules, standard operating procedures and company goals and policies.
JOB DUTIES & GOALS:
Numbered listing of significant duties, tasks, responsibilities and goals identifying the "what", "why" and "how" of the job Specify quantitative or qualitative "standard of performance" (goals) for each. List at least six separate items.
1. Directly supervise all shift CNC operators
2. Orient and train all department employees as needed.
3. Handle step 1 of employee complaint procedure & recommend discipline
4. Work safely & see that all employees do so.
5. Monitor quality performance of all operators & correct deviations
6. Keep employees & general supervisor informed
7. Attend meetings as required
8. Assign jobs to each operator
9. Follow & enforce all company rules.
10. Fill in as a machine operator when possible/necessary
11. Set up or assist in machine set ups
12. Resolve any technical machine problems
13. See that operators have necessary tooling, charts, etc.
14. Improve or modify procedures in efficiency, quality 7 safety.
15. Perform other misc. duties as assigned
Describe the relationships and degree of contact with internal and external individuals or groups.
High contact with all department employees, Q.C. & engineering.
List the applicable characteristics that are essential.
Walking Carrying Balancing
Climbing Pushing-up to 82 lbs. Up to 50 times per day Standing
Near Acuity Pulling - up to 82 lbs. Up to 50 times per day Turning
Handling Stooping Fingering
Crouching Kneeling Talking
Sitting Hearing Reaching
Seeing Lifting – up to 82 lbs. Up to 50 times per day
Check the applicable characteristics that are essential.
PInside Low Ventilation
Outside Low Lighting
PCold PMechanical Hazards
Sudden Temperature Change PMoving Mechanical Objects
Humid Cramped Quarters
Dry High Places
Dusty PElectrical Hazards
PNoisy PMoving Objects
APTITUDES/MANUAL SKILLS/DEXTERITY REQUIREMENTS:
Check the Applicable Characteristics that are essential.
PQuick Learner PMental Visual Demand
PMotor Coordination PPressure/Stress
PEye-Hand Coordination PAccuracy
PVerbal PSupervision Required
Form Perception PSupervision Exercised
Finger Dexterity PConfidentiality
Color Discrimination PJudgments/Decisions
PClerical Perception PVariety
PManual Dexterity Isolation
Identify (circle) the highest appropriate function in each category ("0" is the highest level).
Data People Things
0 - Synthesizing 0 - Mentoring 0 - Setting up
1 - Coordinating 1 - Negotiating 1-Precision Working
Ù- Analyzing Ù- Instructing 2 - Operating/Controlling
3 - Compiling 3 - Supervising 3 - Driving/Operating
4 - Computing 4 - Diverting 4 - Manipulating
5 - Copying 5 - Persuading 5 - Tending
6 - Comparing 6 - Speaking/Signaling 6 - Feeding/Off bearing
7 - Serving 7 - Handling
8 - Taking Instruction/Helping
Level and areas of formal education required. Other essential technical/vocational skills required but not included above.
High School Diploma or GED required. Knowledge or experience in CNC machining, programming & math required.
OPERATOR QUALIFICATIONS :
At a minimum the following requirements must be met before Operator can accept product & be without “B”:
Operator or above Trainer. Employee must be trained and demonstrate and proved competent on the
following Company procedures
□ 1. Inspection & test:
a. OVL b. Final Inspection c. Records d. Use of gages
□ 2. Inspect. & test status
a. Tag b. Authority to release
□ 3. BMS Non Conforming, Product Corrective & Preventative Action:
a. Status Tag b. Rework/repair c. Quarantine
□ 4. BMS 1.6.3 Tool Management Work Instruction:
a. Tool charts b. Tool change/prove out
□ 5. All job specific work instructions communicated, trained and understood (circle NA if not applicable)
□ 6. Basic knowledge of SPC
□ 7. Affects of Quality to Customer