Revlon Operator Technician 12 Hour Day Shift in Oxford, North Carolina
Independently operate production lines; making technical decisions impacting safety, quality and financial Key Performance Indicators (KPIs).
Operate equipment in accordance to Safety, Quality, cGMP and Standard Work guidelines.
Conduct in-process quality checks; take necessary actions for non-compliance.
Conduct changeover activities per daily schedule to include: geometric, shade and cleaning and sanitization. Continuously improve the process.
Conducts daily Autonomous Maintenance (AM) activities including cleaning, inspection and lubrication (CIL).
Ensure 5S standards are achieved for equipment and line area.
Complete root cause problem solving and action planning as required.
Take ownership of KPIs and process, drive improvement within, and coordinate activities within/across line teams.
Actively eliminate Lean (8 forms) waste; develop standard work instructions and OPLs as required.
Conduct systematic troubleshooting and basic maintenance on packaging line to maximize uptime.
Document work requests in the Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) to facilitate short and medium range maintenance plans.
Complete all documentation per requirements.
KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS:
Safety - Zero unsafe acts and conditions
5S Compliance (Daily Checklist, Weekly Audit)
In-Process Scrap/MU (%)
First Pass Yield (%)
Changeover Time Targets (Shade and Format - min)
Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF - min)
Overall Equipment Effectiveness (%)
Schedule Compliance (%)
ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES (SPECIFIC TO JOB):
Ability to coach/train other employees.
Ability to work in a team-based environment (shared ownership and responsibility).
Ability to take ownership of critical KPIs and develop action plans to improve.
Ability to stand/walk for 8 hours a day and regularly lift/carry up to 50 lbs.
Ability to climb a ladder and/or steps.
Ability to push/pull objects weighting up to 50 lbs, and maneuver bulk drums weighing up to 400 lbs.
Ablity to understand Statistical Process Control – translating product specifications to finished goods.
Process ownership as defined by department (i.e. Safety, OEE, AM). Interpretation of equipment and product data (i.e. run charts, bar charts, paretos).
High School Diploma or GED.
Minimum 5 years of manufacturing experience in hands on mechanical positions, or
combination of experience with education.
Strong leadership, interpersonal and communication skills.
Strong organizational skills (time and physical area).
Solid root cause problem solving capability (identify to root cause).
Knowledge of basic Lean principles and tools including 5S, Standard Work and AM Steps 1-3.
Computer literacy (Word, Excel, Powerpoint).
Able to follow written processes appropriately.
Basic equipment/mechanical troubleshooting knowledge and tool usage for changeovers,
minor adjustments, and minor repairs.
Must pass Mechanical Aptitude Test.
Must meet vision requirements.
Shift Hours: 5am-5pm