Line Lead

  • Job Tracking ID: 512093-572398
  • Job Location: Germantown, WI
  • Job Level: Entry Level (less than 2 years)
  • Level of Education: High School/GED
  • Job Type: Full-Time/Regular
  • Date Updated: April 17, 2017
  • Years of Experience: Up to 2 Years
  • Starting Date: April 17, 2017



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Job Description:

At MGS Mfg. Group, we are an engineering house, a toolmaker, a blow molder, an injection molder, and a custom machine builder all under one company. Through customer demand and active progression on our part, we have been expanding our services since we opened our doors in 1982. MGS Mfg. Group adapts to the needs of our customers along with cultivating new concepts and goals within the plastic industry. Throughout our growth and constant change, we have remained a partner to our customers, suppliers, and employees by learning from them, growing with them, and most importantly, never forgetting that without them, the evolution and success of this corporation would not have been possible.

As part of the MGS Group of Companies, MGS Germantown Division is looking for a Line Lead located in Germantown, WI. The line lead is responsible for performing production area quality product and process inspection activities to ensure the highest levels of Quality standards are being met.

The current opening is on the 12 Hour Day and Night Shift. Work hours are 6:45 to 7:00 under a 2-2-3 rotation, working 3 days one week (36 hours) and 4 days the next (48 hours).

Below are the essential duties and responsibilities:

  • Know and follow all of the Company’s safety rules, such as safe work practices and standard operating procedures.

  • Serve as a good role model to employees for safe work practices and behavior by conducting yourself professionally, keeping in mind your own safety and the safety of others.

  • Learn and master all necessary areas of the quality system.

  • Follow Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and Good Documentation Practices (GDP).

  • Performs the following activities at start-up | set-up (FPA);

    • Verification and documented approval of set-up and start-up activities, including the completion of all related documented evidence,

    • Verification of label content at start-up, including bill of materials, job and resin lot numbers, quantities, packaging materials, and revisions,

    • Set-up and the documentation of part counting scales (if applicable)

    • Following the approvals by the technical staff, perform 1st piece approval activities,

      • Pull two (2) separate shots for first piece approval (FPA) activities,

      • Perform visual inspection per the part specific visual inspection criteria, work instructions, and part standards (as available) on two (2) individual shots,

        • Approve | Reject and document the results of the first piece inspection activity,

      • Bag and tag one (1) of the shots and place at the press for reference throughout the production run,

      • Bag and tag the remaining one (1) shot and deliver the sample shot to the inspection lab for dimensional inspections activities,

    • Remove and record any scrap related to start-up activities,

    • Training verification - confirm the training and execution of the operator to the part specific work instructions and the Operator checklist,

    • Log activities related to first piece approval (FPA),

    • For any issues related to product or process non-conformities, notify shift supervision for management of the situation.

       

  • Performs the following activities at start of shift (SoS);

    • Verification and documentation of part counting scales,

    • Verification of label content at start of shift (SoS), including bill of materials, job and resin lot numbers, quantities, packaging materials, and revisions,

    • Pull one (1) shot start of shift (SoS) activities,

    • Perform visual inspection per the part specific visual inspection criteria, work instructions, first piece approval (FPA) shots, and part standards (as available) on one (1) individual shot,

      • Approve | Reject and document the results of the start of shift (SoS) inspection activity,

      • Bag and tag the one (1) shot and deliver the sample shot to the inspection lab for dimensional inspections activities,

    • Confirm, remove, and record any scrap related in-process activities,

    • Training verification - confirm the training and execution of the operator to the part specific work instructions and the Operator checklist,

    • Confirm that the operator is pulling hourly shots and performing visual inspection activities,

    • Log activities related to start of shift (SoS),

    • For any issues related to product or process non-conformities, notify shift supervision for management of the situation.

       

  • Performs the following activities continually throughout the shift (in-process);

    • Pull one (1) shot for continual shift monitoring (in-process) activities,

    • Perform visual inspection per the part specific visual inspection criteria, work instructions, first piece approval (FPA) shots, and part standards (as available) on one (1) individual shot,

      • Bag and tag the one (1) shot and deliver the sample shot to the inspection lab for dimensional inspections activities (in applicable),

    • Confirm, remove, and record any scrap related in-process activities,

    • Training verification - confirm the training and execution of the operator to the part specific work instructions and the Operator checklist,

    • Confirm that the operator is pulling hourly shots and performing visual inspection activities,

    • Log activities related to continual monitoring (in-process),

    • For any issues related to product or process non-conformities, notify shift supervision for management of the situation.

       

  • Performs the following activities at final inspection of completed boxes (final);

    • Verify the box weight | quantities for each box being approved,

    • Verification of label content at final box approval, including bill of materials, job and resin lot numbers, quantities, packaging materials, and revisions,

      • In conjunction with continual monitoring activities, approve | reject and document the final inspection activity,-

    • For any issues related to product or process non-conformities, notify shift supervision for management of the situation,

    • Log activities related to final inspection.

       

  • Performs the following activities when a product of process non-conformance is identified;

    • Using the available inspection records, bracket the suspect product for disposition activities and initiate necessary documentation,

    • For disposition activities being carried out at the workstation, confirm that the disposition instructions will adequately confirm the quality of the suspect product,

      • For suspect product where disposition was carried out at the press, perform standard continual and final monitoring activities to approve | reject the suspect product,

      • Confirm, remove, and record any scrap related disposition activities,

    • For disposition activities that require the work to be performed away from the workstation, reject the individual boxes involved, create a move ticket to quality hold, and notify material handling to move the rejected product to the hold area,

    • Log activities related to non-conformances.

       

  • Performs the following activities when completed product is being removed from the press as approved inventory;

    • Confirm and document the identity of each approved box being prepared for movement from the workstation,

      • Confirm each individual serial number being removed from the workstation,

    • Create the move ticket for the products approved for movement from the workstation and apply to the approved product,

    • Notify material handling to move the approved product from the workstation.

    • Log activities related to move tickets.

       

  • Performs the following activities at the end of a job | work order;

    • Confirm that all product and batch record contents are removed from the work area prior to initiating any start-up, set-up, or job-change-only activities.

  • Any other duties as assigned.

     

 

Experience and Skills:

A qualified candidate would fulfill these requirements:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Minimum of 1-year experience in the capacity of a Quality Inspector using the basic Quality Instruments or minimum 1 year experience using the basic Quality Instruments; calipers, micrometers, height gauge, gage pins, and go/no-go gages or equivalent on- the-job training.
  • Must be able to read basic prints.
  • Data entry skills
  • Attention to details

 

To learn more about MGS Mfg. Group, go to www.mgstech.com. We offer an excellent benefits package including medical, dental, vision, 401K, disability, life, FSA, vacation, and holidays. MGS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



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