They have front half and back half of the week schedules:
Front half: Every Mon., Tues., Wed. and every other Sunday
Backhalf: Every Thur., Fri., Sat., and every other Sunday
Under the direction of the Finishing Manager/Supervisor, performs operations to customer specifications.
ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES (the items listed reflect management’s assignment of essential functions; it does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned):
List the percentage each task takes and/or the frequency each task takes, e.g., 20% or 25-30 times per day.
1. Assist with the setup and operation of stitchers, folders, perfect binder, polybagger, cutters, mailers, shrink wrappers, tipper, CT trimmer, drills and other finishing equipment.
2. Understand the job ticket and other specifications of an assigned job.
3. Understand the standards as explained on the goal sheets and work toward achieving the goals.
4. Feed pockets, recognition of and sorting of different forms.
5. Jogging all paper into uniform lifts.
6. Down-pile that consists of sorting, palletizing and bagging of mail per postal regulations and/or client specifications.
7. Make boxes, box finished products, make labels, stuff envelopes, jog, stack and sort product.
8. Conducting periodic quality checks.
9. Monitor production and quality.
10. Understand customer packaging specifications and pack skids per instructions.
11. Understand and comply with safety procedures regarding the operation of the equipment and the organizational policies.
12. Participate in, support and drive 6S and lean activities in the finishing department.
SAFETY RESPONSIBILITIES All Associates are required to take reasonable care for their own health and safety and that of other personnel who may be affected by their conduct.
1. Adherence to a Commitment to Safety—Safety is the first consideration in everything we do, if it isn't safe, we don't do it.
2. Openness to a Culture of Safety—information is shared and investigation conclusions are open to all parties.
3. Commitment to Reporting—Safety is knowledge - we report every incident and take immediate remedial action.
4. Acknowledgement of Responsibility—Safety is everyone's responsibility - we learn from mistakes and will not tolerate negligence.
NON-ESSENTAIL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES (the items that are not essential and those that if not performed would not significantly and functionally alter the primary purpose of the job)
1. Assists in clean up and maintaining of an orderly and neat work environment.
2. Discuss project specifications with the next shift at shift change.
3. Assist in other departments as requested.
4. Other duties and responsibilities as required.
COMPETENCIES (to perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies)
1. Respect: Demonstrates respect to every person in the work environment.
2. Time Management: Uses time efficiently, completing work in a timely manner, and knows what not to spend time doing.
3. Technical Skills: Demonstrates the knowledge and abilities necessary to perform required job elements to established standard levels. Remains current regarding developments and trends in area of expertise.
4. Personal Accountability: Accepts responsibility for one’s own actions, even failures. Embraces experience as learning opportunities and not opportunities to blame.
5. Results Orientated: Is self-directed and action oriented toward high achievement. Likes challenges and pursues opportunities.
6. Communicating & Informing: Communicates clearly. Delivers relevant, timely information appropriate in content, manner, and amount.
7. Problem Solving & Innovating: Gathers and analyzes information, explores and selects solutions per the goals, implements a timely action plan, and evaluates results. Generates new ideas and approaches to improve the organization’s systems, products, or effectiveness.
QUALIFICATIONS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below in Education and Experience and Knowledge, Skills and Abilities are representative of what is required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
1. Previous manufacturing experience, in a printing environment is a plus.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
1. Word processing knowledge.
2. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
3. Ability to work independently with little or no instruction.
4. Problem analysis and problem resolution abilities.
5. Language skills: Ability to read, analyze and interpret various types of correspondence. Ability to respond to inquiries or complaints from customers and employees. Ability to effectively present information to customers and management.
6. Mathematical skills: Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as percentages, ratios, and proportions to practical solutions. Basic accounting and financial knowledge. Ability to read dimensions with a scale and perform calculations of measurements in both fraction and decimal format. Conversion of fractions to decimals and vice versa.
7. Reasoning ability: Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
Ability to ensure that tight deadlines are met