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Hi-Lo Driver (Weekly Pay + Benefits) - First Shift

Dearborn, MI
Objective and Summary of Position

The Production Hi-lo Driver is responsible for ensuring efficient material flow within the plant by keeping operations stocked with materials and supplies. All aspects & functions involved in Materials Operations.

Key Responsibilities
  1. Keep presses and work centers supplied with containers, parts, material and/or components; and the removal of containers as they are filled with work in process material, finished goods and/or scrap. It should be the first priority of all Hi-lo drivers to support production and eliminate unnecessary downtime.
  2. Verify that material and product has been properly identified with part number and operation number.
  3. Before product is to be placed in final audit, work in process, or finished goods, the container is to be weight counted (if not standard pack).
  4. All nonconforming products entering the hold area are to be identified with a part number, quantity and defect description. It is the responsibility of the Hi-lo driver to verify this information prior to moving material into the hold area. Partial coils must be weighed prior to placing in the hold area.
  5. Operate the Hi-lo in a safe and responsible manner, abiding by the rules of safe Hi-lo operation and complete a daily Hi-lo checklist for the maintenance department. The Hi-lo driver is responsible to notify the maintenance department and their supervisor if the Hi-lo is not operating correctly.
  6. When scrap material is taken to the scrap hoppers, it is the responsibility of the Hi-lo driver to empty scrap from containers into the correct scrap hopper.
  7. Support scrap pickup activities as required including weight certification of scrap containers.
  8. Baskets are to be cleaned out and all tags and labels removed. Correct tare weights must be put on containers prior to use.
  9. Monitor availability of steel at presses and load steel at presses when needed.
  10. Ensure that company policies and procedures are adhered to including IATF16949, ISO14001 (EMS), and Employee Handbook.
  11. Follows MIOSHA and MPTSH safety regulations and policies, including wearing required P.P.E. (Personal Protective Equipment). Reports unsafe conditions to Supervisor/Leader.

Key Qualifications/Requirements
  • Minimum 2 years' experience as a Hi-lo driver in a manufacturing environment.
  • Ability to follow MIOSHA safety requirements.
  • Knowledge and compliance of safety procedures and policies required.
  • Good communication skills (written and verbal).
  • Demonstrates creativity, initiative, and problem-solving skills.
  • Team oriented work approach and ability to work with others in a team environment.
  • Ability to work overtime as required.
  • Excellent attendance and performance record. Demonstrates Core Values.
  • Ability to work in a fast paced and sometimes stressful environment.
  • Must be able to obtain Hi-lo license.

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