Help lead an operational team in the production of lumber products in a safe and efficient manner while taking ownership of the safety and quality processes.
Facilitate team development and communication, employee skill development, problem-solving and resolution, building employee commitment and ownership and holding employees accountable.
Drive safety excellence through promoting employee involvement, ownership, and accountability to proactively eliminate hazards.
Monitor product quality and provide direction to crew members to maximize efficiency.
Promote employee involvement, providing coaching, feedback and direction as required.
Assist with troubleshooting production issues.
Provide safety training to crew members and deliver training materials in a meaningful approach.
Complete data entry responsibilities and generate reports in a timely and efficient manner.
Team size may range from 15-25 team members. This position works rotating shifts.
What You Will Need:
A minimum of two (2) or more years of work experience in a manufacturing or industrial environment
A minimum of one (1) year safely operating machinery or industrial equipment
Willing and able to maintain strict adherence to safety rules and regulations, to include wearing safety equipment; e.g. safety glasses, hearing protection, steel-toed boots, and other PPE as required by specific jobs
Willing and able to perform tasks such as lifting up to 50 lbs, walking, climbing, stooping, standing, pushing and /or pulling for up to 12 hours a day
Willing and able to work in a hot, humid, cold, and noisy industrial environment
Willing and able to perform tasks including lifting, walking, climbing, stooping, standing, pushing and/or pulling for up to twelve (12) hours a day
The ability to successfully use a computer without assistance to complete assigned tasks
The ability to read and comprehend written instructions as required to complete assigned tasks
What Will Put You Ahead?
High School Diploma or GED
Experience operating a forklift
Experience operating and interpreting HMI monitors in a manufacturing environment
Experience troubleshooting equipment in a manufacturing environment