Automation Shift Leader 2019-05-02T13:07:55+00:00

Job Role Shift Leader

Hours of work: Monday – Friday 6am- 2pm/ 2pm-10pm /10pm-6am Rotational  

Competitive Salary Available 

The role of Automation Shift Leader is responsible for a small team to run automated machine cells.

Will be responsible for machine and robot recovery to minimise downtime. All training and maintenance of machines and robots for multiple cells.

Needs to be competent and confident with ensuring TPM regimes are defined and adhered to. This will cover the machine, the robot, tooling and work holding.

The role requires target driven working to internal schedules. This will require discipline for managing the team’s holidays, breaks and also covering absences.

Key Responsibilities –

Induction

>Ensure effective induction within all areas of

  • H&S
  • Environmental
  • Quality
  • BCW Overview
  • Company Expectations (Company Handbook)
  • Job/Role
  • Site

Training

>Deliver and maintain effective training of the production teams in areas

  • SOP
  • Machine operation
  • Machine Safety
  • Toolbox Talks
  • H&S/Risk assessment
  • Environmental
  • Refresher training

>Assess the competency levels of operators create individual learning plans.

>Maintain Training Matrix for all operators

HR

Monitor conduct issues such as

  • Attendance
  • Time Keeping
  • Performance

 

Document

  • Individual conduct issues
  • Individual performance issues

 

>Liaise with Production Manager and HR to escalate any issues/concerns in accordance to the relevant policy

  • Assist with any relevant formal investigations as and when required
  • Assist with any formal disciplinarians as and when required
  • Ensure an understanding of The ACAS Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures

>Carry out back to work meetings

>Facilitate with the Production Manager communications of

  • Any holiday Requests
  • Any grievances

>Communicating any changes to working conditions

Production

> Up hold and supervisor production schedules by ensuring

  • There are sufficient manning levels to meet the requirements of the production plan
  • Liaise with management over the requirements of staff
  • Ensure that Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) are input, monitored and targets achieved
  • Machines are set according to production plan by tie in with setters/engineers.
  • The flow of parts for delivery is maintained by tie in with the material handlers
  • Communication with logistics is maintained to ensure parts are ready for delivery on time

Ensure parts are ready for dispatch

Ensure RAW material is available using the route card system

Ensure the route card system is adhered to and that 1st off’s are completed and all relevant signatures are in place at each stage.

 

  • All machines are producing fully conforming parts and all processes are being adhered to (check at the start and middle of each shift)
  • All product and machine related problems are taken charge of
  • Machines are recovered from error and basic tool changes are performed to enable continuity of production
  • Machines are producing fully conforming parts and all processes are being adhered to (check at the start and middle of each shift)

>Report Method

  • Shift metrics
  • Production meeting/planning
  • Shift Handover
  • Shift/Team brief at the start of each shift
  • Komishibi
  • 8D’s

>Ensure all production and quality procedures are carried out and documentation is completed

  • Route cards
  • TPM
  • Time sheets
  • In process check sheet
  • 1st off
  • CMM records
  • Air gauge records
  • QOS charts – Scrap, Downtime & Parts Produced
  • Visual checks of components every 2hrs
  • Control all non-conforming parts
  • Follow correct procedures including documentation for scrap

 

>Ensure all machines have had a CMM check carried out within a 24hour period, where applicable.

>Ensure that CMM reports are actioned and saved

  • All out of tolerance features found must be actioned using engineering and QC support
  • Comments must be recorded against out of tolerance features found so as to evidence the action that has been taken

>Distribute and monitor all first aid and welfare consumables

  • Ensuring that items are not being used un necessarily

 

Lean

>Monitor and maintain all lean initiatives including

  • All aspects of 5S principles

>Take an active role in the team goals and key performance targets to ensure continuous improvement

>Activity take part in training for

  • Lean methodologies
  • Lean tools used for continuous improvement and elimination of waste

 

Management

>Ensure good communication of production information to the production team and take an active role in meetings and problem-solving activities.

  • Production performance
  • Breakdowns and Interventions
  • Quality concerns
  • Manning and resource
  • Production none conformities

 

>Monitors efficiency of individuals and the shift and takes action to maintain good performance and reduce loss

  • Audit to identify training requirements
  • Provide feedback and guidance
  • Monitor time at the machine and time spent away from it (breaks etc.)

 

>Provide production advice and support to team members

>Accomplish production and organisational effort by completing related results as needed.

>Maintain effective working relationships with colleagues and contribute to team working initiatives

Encourage the continuation and sharing of good practice

Empower people to be proactive in their work

  • To meet target
  • Achieve goals
  • Solve problems

Key Skills

Leadership skills

  • Professionalism
  • Self-motivated
  • Delegation
  • Decision-making
  • Innovation
  • Autonomy
  • High Customer ethic
  • Adaptable
  • Able to plan and structure work
  • Organised,
  • Time Management, ability to manage time and prioritising work
  • Attention to detail
  • Approachable

>Ambitious and persistent

>Problem solving skills

>Persuasiveness

>Conflict Management

>Thrive in a pressurised environment

  • Motivated
  • Motivator
  • Dedicated
  • Methodical
  • IT Literate
  • Assertive

Click here to see role profile for more information:  Role Profile- Automation Shift Leader

Applications Process: If you are interested in this vacancy please see the HR team . All applicants must submit a CV and a covering letter detailing how they meet the person specification and suitability for the role. Please clearly mark all correspondence in accordance with the job role you are applying for and send to: recruitment@bcw-engineering.co.uk