Unilever Packaging Mechanic-2 in Jonesboro, Arkansas

Packaging Line Lead

Background & Purpose of the Job

The Packaging Line Lead will be both the leader and the mechanical resource of an assigned line and shift in the operations packaging area. Her/his responsibilities will include delivery of shift attainment and OEE (Operational Equipment Efficiency) targets with no quality defects or safety issues through technical development of the team, staffing, problem solving, and teamwork. S/he must be able to lead autonomously with clear direction to their team, make fact driven decisions, and multi-task in a dynamic environment.

Who You Are & What You’ll Do

Accountable for their team’s performance in the following:

Safety:

Completion of SBOs

Completion of safety f-tags

Submission of any incident Root Cause Analysis (SHE-EWO) and near misses on shift

Ensure team is abiding by all plant SHE policies and standards

Quality:

Completion of CRQS checks and SNCRs on shift

Submission of any incident Root Cause Analysis (Q-EWO) and near misses on shift

World class execution of 5S and GMP

Productivity:

Lead Factory Operating System (FOS) line meeting to set clear plan for their line team

Execution of shift line performance to monthly target OEE and Attainment

Submission of Root Cause Analyses (EWO) (all mechanical breakdowns >30 min) on shift and closure of actions by line< 1 week

Initiation and timely completion of all Maintenance f-tags

Understanding and elimination of the top daily losses for the line and participation in the resolution of systemic losses

Delivery of Autonomous Maintenance and Preventative Maintenance plan on shift and assigned actions that deliver line strategy

Follow escalation protocol to ensure timely resolution of issues

Support line with changeovers and breaks

Employee Development:

Set clear shift goals and objectives for the line team

Complete regular performance reviews utilizing with Informance Efficiency

Understand training needs and implement a training plan

Execute performance escalation standards

Data Integrity:

Understand Informance Reports

Understand the mechanical theory of operations of the equipment

Engineering/Innovation:

Support trials and engineering per area plan and OEE target

What You’ll Need To Succeed

High School diploma or GED equivalent

2 or more years related work experience within an operations environment with a strong mechanical/technical skillset

Previous maintenance experience and/or current enrollment in a mechanical/technical program is required

Ability to develop leadership, facilitation, coaching and organization skills

Employment is subject to verification of pre-screening tests, which may include drug screening, background check, credit check and DMV check.

Unilever is an organization committed to diversity and inclusion to drive our business results and create a better future every day for our diverse employees, global consumers, partners, and communities. We believe a diverse workforce allows us to match our growth ambitions and drive inclusion across the business.

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Job: Supply Chain

Primary Location: United States-Arkansas-Jonesboro-Jonesboro - Alberto Culver

Schedule: Full-time

Shift: Day Job

Unposting Date: Nov-09-2018

Req ID: 18000EZ0