Saint-Gobain Lead Operational Coating Operator - 3rd Shift in Merrimack, New Hampshire
At Saint-Gobain we design, manufacture and distribute materials which are key ingredients in the wellbeing of each of us and the future of all. Join our innovative, passionate and entrepreneurial community to improve the world of tomorrow with us.
Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics is one of seven businesses within the Innovative Materials Sector, which is spear-heading the advancement of innovation within the Group. Performance Plastics is a recognized leader in the advanced polymer technology market with access to state-of-the-art manufacturing and research & development facilities around the world.
Through close partnerships with our business leaders, our team works to support the achievement of business goals while emphasizing the PPL values of accountability, trust, initiative, respect and helping.
At Saint-Gobain, our people are our most valuable asset so we provide competitive base salary and incentive compensation packages to reward and recognize employees for their contributions toward the company's success. We also offer a comprehensive and flexible benefits package with programs designed to meet our employees’ diverse needs.
▪Medical/Vision/Dental/Pharmacy ▪Short and Long Term Disability ▪Life and AD&D Insurance ▪Dependent Life Insurance ▪Volunteer Paid Time Off ▪Retirement Plan: 401(k) ▪Group Legal Coverage ▪Flexible Spending Account ▪Paid Holidays ▪Paid Vacation ▪Tuition Reimbursement ▪Employee Assistance Program (EAP) ▪Matching Gifts Program ▪Product Rebates ▪Vendor Discounts ▪Scholarship Program ▪Live Well ▪Wellness Reimbursement ▪Pet Insurance
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The Lead Operational Coating Operator assists production supervisors and other lead coating operators in the assignment, direction and problem resolution for tower operators and production equipment, through daily production tasks and operation monitoring. Ensuring all customers’ quality needs and expectations are met and exceeded.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Demonstrate safety awareness and safe work practices
Provide leadership and support on production tasks:
Assist/provide daily backup for tower operations (i.e., employee breaks, absences, and/or increased production needs)
Execute daily production sequencing, direct flow of operations and shift productivity per schedule and priority list
Organize, prioritize and assign own team’s daily work assignments (obtaining approval from supervisor when necessary)
Redirect work/tasks of team as needed while ensuring safety, quality and production requirements are being met
Ensure inventory plans, materials (raw and WIP), and tools needed for operations are available to team members
Assist with sign-off on all process operations
Complete all required QAD transactions assigned to the area
Assist supervisor in administering company policies, scheduling overtime, and scheduling vacation
Problem solve production and operation issues as they occur
Correct and/or stop operation when necessary
Liaison between team, supervisor, and other departments (i.e., Engineering, Maintenance, Quality, etc.) to convey any identified production and operation issues
Collaborate with team, supervisor and other departments to resolve any identified production and operation issues
Identify, record and report non-conformance conditions
Conduct data mining and analysis of George Data
Perform Tower Operator duties:
Knowledge of Tower Operator job description duties
Demonstrate 5S housekeeping/organization within production areas
Willing to accept and receive frequent direction and assistance from various levels of management
Monitors quality and adherence to work instructions, standards and policies:
Complete visual inspections on material as necessary
Recognize defects, use proper descriptions and codes
Generate proper documentation as needed (paperwork for run sheets, QC Log-in sheets, process deviation forms, and process/product identification)
Other related goals and activities as may be assigned.
REQUIRED EDUCATION, SKILLS AND REQUIREMENTS:
High School Diploma or equivalent / Associates Degree (preferred)
6+ months Experience working in a manufacturing environment
Advanced troubleshooting techniques, product quality requirements and process control parameters
Accurately read a tape measure within 1/16 of an inch & convert to decimals
Intermediate mathematical skills
Advanced comprehension, communication, reading, and writing skills
Dependability and thoroughness, detail-oriented
Certifiable to operate forklift truck
Intermediate computer skills
Dependability and thoroughness
Strong adherence to company policies and procedures
Strong customer focus, ability to treat others with respect
Strong sense of accountability, integrity, teamwork, pride and sense of ownership in your work
Self-motivated, results-driven, active participant in process improvement
Open-minded to differences, learning, problem solving, improvements and change
Production environment with regular exposure to noise and dust
May be exposed to cold temperatures and/or extreme heat at times
Ability to stand, stoop, twist, turn and work over the head
Ability to lift/move a minimum of 50 pounds repeatedly
THIS POSITION DOES NOT QUALIFY FOR RELOCATION AND/OR VISA SPONSORSHIP
NO AGENCY CALLS AT THIS TIME PLEASE
Saint-Gobain provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. Saint-Gobain is an equal opportunity employer of individuals with disabilities and supports the hiring of veterans.