Posted: 4/23/21Apply by: 5/7/21
Fabrication Process Coordinator (1st Shift)
About the role:
Responsible for the coordination of all aspects of the
fabrication and work processes associated with fabrication
equipment. Responsible for Shopfloor testing/debug in MID/MII for
all new products and changes to existing products. This includes
routings, screen mapping, Work Instructions, Hardware maintenance,
machine integration and label printing.
Responsible for ensuring the floor is setup for the success of
the new product launch. Responsible for creating and maintaining
Temporary Work Instructions (TWI) and JSA's for all processes in
regards to fabrication. Coordinates and advises edits to the
Standard Work with Tech Communication. This includes training of
Temporary Work Instructions, Standard Work documents and JSA's.
Monitors and insures the training and compliance to ISO
procedures by overseeing training in ISO procedures among team
members. Reviews all ISO documentation related to fabrication and
assumes responsibility for document control. Performs updates to
existing documents and corrects inconsistencies when found.
Coordinates resolution of documentation discrepancies with floor
management, Process Engineering and Quality.
Not only do you know how to navigate in Microsoft Word, Google
docs and Excel, but you also have Train the Trainer knowledge and
Interpersonal training skills. Product knowledge on the Fabrication
side is a plus. You are familiar with SAP; enjoy brainstorming with
others and interacting productively during meetings. Past coworkers
would say that you help to create a positive atmosphere in the work
place. As a Hunter Douglas Fabrication Process Coordinator you will
keep the right priorities when handling projects and work with
other departments to find answers to current problems.
ACCEPTABLE TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE
A high school diploma or equivalent
Experience with training adult learners
Computer training in basic software packages; ISO auditor
training is beneficial
Experience in production or manufacturing
- Submits purchase requests for production supplies needed on an
everyday basis for fabrication.
- Maintains tracking and updating of Continuous Improvement ideas
for the department.
- Participates and implements Continuous Improvement projects
with engineering, quality assurance, materials, fabrication and
maintenance to redesign work processes or tools.
- Coordinate and leads yearly physical inventory.
QUALIFICATIONS AND KSA'S FOR EMPLOYMENT
Solid knowledge of computer software packages - SAP, Excel.
Solid knowledge of the mechanical operation of all equipment to
trouble shoot malfunctions with equipment.
Solid knowledge of principles of training adult learners.
Solid knowledge of root cause analysis.
Solid knowledge of safety practices in production/manufacturing
Ability to analyze, understand and interpret numerical reports
detailing production metrics
Benefits of working for Hunter Douglas include:
13 days of paid time off accrued yearly and 6 days of PST
accrued yearly; 9 paid holidays, 40 hours of new parent and family
care time off and 12 hours of paid volunteer work.
Medical ( Kaiser or Cigna), dental ( Delta Dental), a vision
plan ( VSP), life insurance, STD, LTD, AD&D, dependent life,
and HSA and FSA flexible spending accounts, and pet insurance.
401(k) with 6% company match and annual retirement contribution,
and a college investment savings program.
Employee development including education tuition assistance, and
on-site development through Hunter Douglas University.
Robust wellness program with access to monthly virtual classes
through Wellbeats and monthly company wellness challenges.
Generous discount on window coverings, charitable contribution
match, employee assistance program, adoption assistance, dependent
scholarships, on-site physical therapists and more!
Salary Range: $22./hr Maximum $28/hr 2.5% Bonus target