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Pall Corporation Professional Hiring Event

January 26 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

DIRECT HIRE event for multiple positions at Pall Corporation in Duncan, SC! Benefits and PTO eligibility start day one!

When: Wednesday, January 26th, 2022 (4 p.m. – 7 p.m.)

Event Location: Pall Corporation, 816 Berry Shoals Road Duncan, SC 29334

Dress code: Dress code is casual (come as you are, but please be presentable)

New hires must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 two weeks before start date. (In general, people are considered fully vaccinated by the CDC either 2 weeks after their second dose in a 2-dose series, such as the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, or 2 weeks after a single-dose vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine.)

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Job Openings & Shifts Available

– Manufacturing Engineer – 1st shift

– Value Stream Leader – 1st shift

– Production Supervisor – 2nd and 3rd shift

– Operations Manager – 1st shift

 

Shift Hours

– 1st shift (6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.)

– 2nd shift (2 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.)

– 3rd shift (10 p.m. to 6:30 a.m.)

 

Perks of the Job

– Benefits and PTO start day 1

– Unlimited paid-time-off (PTO)

– Paid holidays

– Tuition reimbursement program

– 401K

– Clean environment

– Climate controlled

– Medical insurance

– Vision insurance

– Dental insurance

– Bonus

 

Manufacturing Engineer Position Overview

Manufacturing Engineers (ME) support the manufacturing associates, equipment, and processes to ensure products meet the required specifications. ME’s are vital to improving the safety of our associates, quality, delivery, and cost of our products through monitoring manufacturing processes and implementing robust solutions.

Manufacturing Engineer Basic Qualifications

– Bachelor’s degree in engineering (mechanical, manufacturing, or process engineering preferred)

– Minimum of  2 years professional experience (preferably in a manufacturing environment)

– Understanding of current manufacturing processes and best practices (equipment, robotics, non-conformance procedures, etc.)

– Experience building, updating, and changing manufacturing routings and work instructions

– Proficient in MS Office (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint)

– Knowledge of production control/ERP Systems

– Experience with lean manufacturing tools and methodologies (Standard Work, SMED, TPM, 5S, etc.)

– Experience identifying and implementing improvements to processes, fixtures, jigs, and tooling

 

Manufacturing Engineer Preferred Qualifications

– Minimum of 5 years of work experience in electronics and machine maintenance

– Experience in a cleanroom environment

– SAP experience (specifically in manufacturing environment)

– Ability to view and manipulate CAD drawings (AutoCAD or other)

 

Manufacturing Engineer Job Responsibilities

Manufacturing Engineers (ME) support the manufacturing associates, equipment, and processes to ensure products meet the required specifications. ME’s are vital to improving the safety of our associates, quality, delivery, and cost of our products through monitoring manufacturing processes and implementing robust solutions.

 

As an ME, you will be responsible for creating and maintaining clear work instructions, routers, and other supporting documentation to ensure every aspect of production (assembly, testing, etc.) is properly completed to meet the product specifications. Successful ME’s enjoy challenging processes, can quickly identify process waste, and break down problems to discover the improvement opportunities. ME’s are also responsible for adhering to the strict regulatory bodies, quality standards, product characteristics and product design integrity.

 

– Create and maintain all process documents (including routings, procedures, testing processes, standard work, etc.) to ensure manufacturing is performed safely and meets the documented quality specifications (25%)

– Design and implement fixtures, jigs, and tooling to support production and improve safety, quality and delivery of our products (15%)

– Problem solve process breakdowns, equipment malfunctions, and/or product non-conformances – specifically documenting why problem occurred and implementing countermeasures to ensure problem does not reoccur

– Problem solving and dispositioning non-conforming materials (scrap, use-as-is, rework, etc.) (10%)

– Identify process improvements to combat excessive process variation/signals, waste, downtime, process deficiencies, operator training gaps, preventative maintenance opportunities, and/or issues to cell design. (20%)

– Plan, manage, and direct projects, proposals, tests, and evaluations. (5%)

– Identify, participate in, and lead Kaizen events that drive process improvements – specifically to improve safety, quality, delivery (Lead Time) and cost of manufacturing (10%)

– Implement Lean Manufacturing and Statistical Process Control concepts and initiatives. (10%)

– Participates on New Product Introduction Team and is responsible for the transfer of new products from development into production. (5%)

– Frequent standing, sitting, bending, twisting, lifting and/or walking for extended periods.

– May be required to lift up-to 40 pounds daily

– Ability to work in a cleanroom environment (>50% of the time)

– Gemba biased – likes to see issues on shop floor and be hands on with production associates

– Keen eye for quality – ensuring that products meet specifications, and team is compliant with all policies and procedures

– Understanding of production operations, equipment, and technology

– Ability to identify and implement process improvements under minimal supervision

– Excellent written and verbal communications skills – able to communicate effectively to all levels of the organization (from shop floor associates to plant and operations leadership)

– Ability to research, brainstorm, and implement creative or novel solutions

– Demonstrated leadership of small teams (up to 6 associates) in problem solving/root cause and corrective action development and/or kaizen events

– Shows humility – understands knowledge gaps and strives to continually learn

– Ability to multitask and problem solve

– Excellent attention to detail and organizational skills

– Comfortable handling ambiguity and creating detailed action plans to tackle broad directions or problems

– Excellent attention to detail and organizational skill

– Experience with manufacturing planning/scheduling, and lean manufacturing concepts

– Values diverse perspectives and willingness to explore all ideas

– Problem solver to the core – enjoys working problems and is confident defining, investigating, and solving complex problems by implementing robust countermeasures

– Must be willing to support off-shifts as required (including evenings, nights, and/or weekends) to meet company goals
– Live the Danaher core values in daily work such as:

   o The Best Team Wins – support hiring, training, and developing production associates to ensure processes are being followed and team continues to improve

   o Customers Talk, We Listen – take feedback from internal and external customers to ensure we are exceeding expectations and driving great results

   o Kaizen is Our Way of Life – continuous improvement is the foundation of daily work

   o Innovation Defines Our Future – challenge the way we do business, think big, and assist in technology and further process improvement

   o We Compete for Shareholders – in order to deliver great results, hit project budgets, timelines, and monthly objectives

Value Stream Leader Position Overview

Value Stream Leader Minimum Qualifications

– Bachelor’s degree in engineering, supply chain, or management (engineering preferred – chemical, mechanical, manufacturing, industrial or materials science)

– Minimum of 3 years of manufacturing supervisory experience including involvement and knowledge of operations, supply chain, planning, receiving, shipping, and material flow

– Minimum of 5  years of experience in a manufacturing environment

– Basic knowledge of accounting and financial practices in an operations/manufacturing environment

– Computer proficiency– MS Office (Outlook, Excel, etc.) & ERP Systems (SAP a plus)

– Experience working in a 24/7 environment (managing 3 shifts)

– Familiarity leading and facilitating lean manufacturing Kaizen events (Daily Management, Value Stream Mapping, SMED, Standard Work, etc.)

– Experience in a regulated environment (ISO, FDA, or otherwise)

 

Value Stream Leader Job Responsibilities

-Own daily management of operational metrics at the Value Stream level

-Drive proactive safety observations and 4E – provide training as required

-Prioritize safety daily – ensuring associates can stay safe while performing daily functions

-Identify and investigate any unsafe situations – with focus on implementing robust countermeasures to reduce or eliminate the risk

-Comply with and monitor 5S in the workplace

-Complete routine audits at cadence to improve team performance

-Confirm quality is evident in daily work – delivering high quality product that meets all customer and quality specifications

-Ensure the team works according to regulatory guidelines – providing coaching to earn and retain ISO and other regulatory certifications

-Identify, coach and implement quality improvements to reduce scrap and improve customer critical to quality metrics

-Accountable for daily schedule meeting rate and On-Time Delivery (OTD) requirements

-Strategically work with planning department and associates to improve efficiencies

-Ensure compliance to First-In First-Out (FIFO) drive inventory turns

-Oversee value stream operations to ensure all inventory is accounted for and following correct processes

-Owns problem solving around headcount vs. output to ensure we can hit delivery schedule while optimizing cost

-Lead (directly or indirectly) the team to implement labor cost reduction projects and process improvements

-Hold team accountable to hourly output expectations, collaborate to ensure downtime is resolved immediately and apply permanent counter measures where applicable

-Ensure bottleneck operations OEE is captured and used to drive improvement

-Owning Daily Management (SQDIP) – ensuring metrics and targets align with business/plant objectives

-Leading Problem-Solving Process (PSP) to understand gaps in value stream (and cell) performance

-Identifying waste and trends from daily management to develop Kaizen charters

-Participating, leading, and facilitating kaizen events

-Supporting and/or leading DBS initiatives, champion projects which increase the overall efficiency of the manufacturing operation

-Seizing the opportunities to train and develop your team in the DBS tools

-Take ownership of driving diversity and inclusion (D&I), including regular meetings around engagement action plans, advocating for associate resource groups, and other initiatives

-Drive the cross-training associates to ensure labor capacities meet required workload and minimize risk of downtime due to skill sets

– Coordinate training schedules and support advancements

– Provide timely mentoring and discipline when required

– Completing time & attendance regularly – ensuring employee time-off and work schedules allows for deliveries to be met

-Hiring and onboarding of new associates – including training when required

-Preparing and delivering yearly performance evaluations (including performance and development goals)

-Leveraging organizational talent assessment (OTA) to access employee potential and to ensure talent pipeline is healthy

-Driving Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) within the organization so every associate feels motivated and comfortable coming into work everyday

-Perform other duties as assigned

Production Supervisor Position Overview

Production Supervisor Minimum Qualifications

– High school diploma or equivalent (i.e. GED)

– Basic math, reading and writing skills

– Proficient computer skills to access production information as required

– Must have experience in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Excel, and Word)

– Minimum of 5 years of work experience in manufacturing

– Prior supervisory experience

– Experience in a cleanroom environment, preferred

– SAP experience (specifically in manufacturing environment), preferred

 

Production Supervisor Job Responsibilities

– Completing time & attendance regularly – ensuring time off allows for delivery schedule to be met

– Creating a culture focused on qualitative performance that is transparent and measurable, development-based and engagement focused

– Onboarding of new associates – including training when required

– Scheduling work assignments to ensure delivery schedule can be met

– Delivering yearly performance evaluations (including performance and development goals)

– Provide leadership and support to hourly team ensure manufacturing performance objectives are achieved

– Own daily management of operational metrics at the cell level

– Teach and comply with regulations and best practices

– Prioritize safety daily – ensuring associates can stay safe while performing daily functions

– Identify and investigate any unsafe situations

– Align with and monitor 5S in the workplace

– Ensure quality is evident in daily work – delivering high quality product that meets all customer and quality specifications

– Ensure the team works according to regulatory guidelines, and coaching to ensure we deliver on ISO and other regulatory requirements

– Compliance with the daily schedule, advance any deviations to the VSL

– Working according to the First-In First-Out (FIFO) principle to ensure inventory turnover

– Monitor and align with detailed Work-In Process (WIP) levels

– Oversee cell operations to ensure all inventory is accounted for and following accurate processes

– Make inventory transactions to ensure inventory on hand is accurate

– Spot waste in the process and escalate it to Value Stream Leader

– Deliver output as determined by the daily schedule

– Participate in problem solving to minimize downtime and improve throughput

– Identifying waste and assisting in developing Kaizen charters

– Assisting Value Stream Leaders in the Problem-Solving Process (PSP) to understand gaps in cell performance, investigate causes to understand root cause, and drive improvements

– Supporting Lean Manufacturing initiatives, champion projects which increase the overall efficiency of the manufacturing operation

– Maintain adequate work force to meet demand

– Make recommendations on hiring, terminations, relocations or transfers

– Coordinate training schedules and support advancements

– Provide timely coaching and discipline when required

– Perform other duties as assigned

Operations Manager Position Overview

Operations Manager Minimum Qualifications

– High School Diploma or equivalent (i.e. GED)

– Basic math, reading and writing skills

– Proficient computer skills to access production information as required

– Must have experience in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Excel, and Word)

– Minimum of 5 years of work experience in manufacturing

– Prior supervisory experience

– Experience in a cleanroom environment, preferred

– SAP experience (specifically in manufacturing environment), preferred

 

Operations Manager Job Responsibilities

– Maintains manufacturing staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training employees; maintaining a safe and secure work environment; developing personal growth opportunities. For off-site training facilities and on site training

– Accomplishes manufacturing staff results by communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring, and appraisal job results; mentoring, counseling, and disciplining employees; initiating, coordinating, and enforcing systems, policies, and procedures

– Directs and coordinates, through subordinate supervisory personnel, activities by utilizing knowledge of products, technology, production methods, and capabilities of machine and equipment

– Using DBS tools, plans and directs production activities and established production priorities for products by keeping with effective operations and cost factors

– Reviews and analyzes production, quality control, maintenance, and operational reports by resolving causes of nonconformity with product specifications, and operating or production problems

– Develops and implements operating methods and procedures by eliminating operating problems and improving product quality

– Improves production and quality of products by collaborating with engineering personnel relative to modification of machines and equipment

– Produces products by establishing production-planning systems, maintaining goods manufacturing practices; implementing quality standards; improving products and processes

– Achieves financial objectives by establishing objectives, developing budgets, controlling costs, and improving use of assets

– Reviews analyses of activities, costs, operation and forecast data by determining department’s progress towards stated goals and objectives

– Maintains safe work environment by establishing and carrying out safety policies and procedures, ensuring compliance with federal, state, and local requirements. Aligns with QRS, ISO and all applicable regulations and company procedures

– Aligns with legal requirements by implementing company policies/procedures and regulatory requirements

– Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results; keeping business information confidential; coordinating the system security; ensuring data accuracy and integrity

– Ensure that all personnel in his/her area are aware of the importance of Environmental Policy and EMS (Environmental Management System) requirements

– See opportunities and propose ideas to minimize or eliminate environmental aspects or impacts

Job Location: Pall Corporation – 816 Berry Shoals Road Duncan, SC 29334

HTI and PALL  are Equal Opportunity Employers M/D/F/V/SO

Details

Date:
January 26
Time:
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Venue

816 Berry Shoals Road Duncan, SC 29334
816 Berry Shoals Road
Duncan, SC 29334 United States
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