Jun 19, 2024

Team Leader II - 1st - Ball Plant 3 - Titleist

  • Professional Diversity Network
  • New Bedford, MA, USA
Full-Time Manufacturing

Job Description

Acushnet Company

WE ARE A PRODUCT COMPANY.

WE ARE A PROCESS COMPANY.

ABOVE ALL, WE ARE A PEOPLE COMPANY.

The history of the Acushnet Company is tightly woven into the fabric of golf. From the start, we've been committed to enriching the experience of dedicated golfers through superior product performance, technological innovation, unmatched quality, and exceptional service. We are more than a collection of leading golf brands and products. We are a team united in our passion for the game. We are bridge builders who embrace our responsibility to leave our brands, businesses, communities, and the game of golf in a better position than when we started.

Together we live by the credo, "Autograph your work with excellence." We earn our position as unrivaled leaders in every category in which we compete, striving for excellence in all that we do - from the performance and consistency of our products to our engagement with golfers and trade partners, to our commitment to creating a workplace built on diversity, inclusion, belonging and respect.

Summary: The Team Leader II will ensure that BP3 quality, safety, productivity, and cost improvement efforts are met by establishing shift goals and maintain team focus. Capitalize on associates' skills, abilities, and differences to implement a continuous improvement manufacturing environment.

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for implementing manufacturing objectives, including staffing and WIP levels to optimize machine utilization and minimize operating cost.
  • Coordinate, coach, and facilitate team members in meeting quality, production, material usage, and cost standards and goals of the shift and plant.
  • Select associates, administer employment wage policy, safety, health, attendance, and production standards.
  • Monitor and evaluate team and individual performance.
  • Coordinate communication between shifts and teams regarding requirements, new product or process requirements/implementation and equipment maintenance.
  • Train associates in various quality improvement activities.
  • Facilitate spontaneous problem-solving sessions and drive changes via CN system.
  • Ensure obstacles are eliminated to empower associates to pursue improvement proposals.
  • Establish, monitor, and model team norms, quality communication and conflict resolutions.
  • Ensure effective training and integration of new associates. recognize/reward accomplishments.

Requirements:

  • High school diploma or equivalent and 5+ years supervisory experience. BA/BS and manufacturing experience preferred.
  • Some travel may be required to support current facility, other locations, attend trade shows, seminars, training, and educational events. Must be able to be present in the manufacturing environment on a regular basis for extended periods of time and is therefore, subject to normal exposures to dust, heat, chemicals, and noise present in a manufacturing environment.
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