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Process Technician

Sterling Heights, MI
The Process Technician
– is a hand’s on member of the production line and assists with management and maintenance of his/her designated section of the business as related to customer product line or internal manufacturing processes. Knowledgeable of all functions from raw materials to finished goods, to include equipment and machinery, quality, safety, process, costs, inventory. This position reports to the Supervisor.

 Oversee the shift daily operations and personnel of the production line to ensure that all customer schedules are met within the established safety, quality and production targets
 Resolve any concerns or problems of production personnel and ensure all employees adhere to the policies and procedures.
 Safely guide and lead team members
 Interact with the team to provide direction, solve problems and communicate changes  Operating Line 1 & Line 2
 Perform changes based on schedule and prepare/setup the machine for production
 Ensure the work environment is safe to perform change and communicate to all impacted employees
 Understand and follow Standardized work established as it relates to processes
 Provide input into efficiency improvements regarding quality of production
 Assist maintenance technician/electrician with machine maintenance including mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic troubleshooting and repair
 Practice and promote all aspects of the Health & Safety, Environmental and Quality System, policies and legal obligations
 Comply with all health, safety and environmental regulations, ensuring a safe work environment at all times through the enforcement and promotion of the Company's health and safety practices, ensuring workplace inspections are conducted and that potential hazards are acted upon immediately and accident levels minimized  Promote and implement continuous improvement and a quality attitude in all production areas
 Daily start-up and shut off equipment and machinery; review and organize production schedule; organize personnel, ensuring all positions are filled; tend to equipment breakdowns; and monitor production supplies
 Manage time and attendance daily.
 Complete production reporting with daily production numbers, counts produced per machine, scrap reporting and downtime. Shift reporting of any issuing involving production, safety issues or staffing levels
 Diagnose and resolve any issues with machines, including replacing parts and quality inspections
 Assist supervisors with safety incident investigation, corrective actions and reporting  Participate in quality audits, FMEA's, PPAP's or other reviews as requested

 Minimum High School Diploma
 2+ year of Process Technician experience
 Minimum 3 years of experience in a manufacturing environment
 Training, Supervision, Mechanically inclined  Effective communication skills, verbal and written  Computer skills
 First aid, forklift and crane training an asset  Manufacturing experience
 Automotive experience is an asset  Minimum of 3 years of experience as a Team Leader for an automotive supplier
 Ability to lead, coach, problem-solve and communicate well in a changing environment to build a strong team and meet customer needs
 Willingness to work shifts on a continuous seven-day work cycle

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