Electro/Mechanical Assembly Lead
We are looking for a strong Electro and Mechanical Assembly Lead to join our 1st Shift Team in our facility in Addison. We are a industry leading Aerospace Component manufacturer and provide state of the art equipment for companies such as Boeing and Airbuss. Pay ranges from $19 to $21 p/hour depending on experience. See below for further information!
Summary: Reporting to the Dept. Supervisor/Manager, the Lead will be responsible for ensuring work is carried out according to the goals and schedules set by the Supervisor/Manager in accordance with Company policies, procedures, safety guidelines, and applicable law
Lead Responsibilities: Supervises staff and operations of the area of responsibility. Plans, assigns and directs work to successfully complete assigned schedules. Trains employees, has input for hiring, discipline, termination and performance appraisals. Addresses/troubleshoots problems/concerns in the area of responsibility, escalating as necessary to supervisor/manager. Responsible for ensuring quality standards are maintained. Administrative tasks are expected to account for approximately 30% of time worked with the balance directly related to production activities.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned according to area of responsibility.
- Interprets specifications, blueprints, and job orders. Plans flow of materials and/or work through department and assigns duties to workers.
- Plans, establishes and is accountable for work schedules or assignments to meet daily, weekly, and monthly goals. Ensures staff has reasonable work-load and are meeting efficiency, utilization, and effectiveness expectations.
- Inspects and measures output to verify conformance to specifications.
- Ensures equipment and supplies needed are available and in calibration if required.
- Develops, recommends, and implements measures to reduce cost, improve output methods, equipment performance, and quality of work or product.
- Analyzes and resolves problems, or assists workers in solving work problems.
- Teaches new jobs and skills to workers.
- Fills in for absent staff as necessary to ensure production goals are accomplished.
- Interfaces and coordinates with others in the organization to ensure customer deadlines are met.
- Assists in resolving employee complaints or grievances.
- Ensures equipment required to perform work in assigned area is in working order, and is available.