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Cell Leader in Jackson, TN at Carlisle Fluid Technologies

Date Posted: 1/14/2019

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    Jackson, TN
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Job Description

Summary: The Cell Leader is an hourly direct team member fully competent in his/her assigned work cell and in all aspects of the work cell's processes, equipment operation and standard work and is expected to coordinate activities that bring all cell team members to the same level of competency. Cell leaders direct, schedule or delegate employees in assigned cell location. Cell leaders are required to report all attendance, disciplinary, and policy issues to their supervisor/manager; provide direction and monitoring of the production operations to enhance the quality, skills and productivity of the employees, including training, workload analysis, work assignments, kanban reviews, monitor efficiency and execute ongoing plans for continuous cost and quality improvement

Primary Responsibilities

Maintain positive working relationships with Jackson personnel (e.g. other cell leaders, managers, and employees) and people outside of Jackson, such as Customer Service.

Lead Cell Team by example -- all of the Cell Leader's actions, production results, behaviors, etc. are consistently seen by others to be the model for them to follow.

Lead morning exercises.

Proactively communicate safety, quality, and other issues to Manager.

Provide training to employees in cell.

Promote Team atmosphere.

Remind Employees to stay productive and utilize 5S

Train new employees

Assist with updating the MDI boards.

Working from prints, bills of material, work instructions and drawings to build and test several products, including but not limited to: pumps, injectors, kits, guns, hoses, systems, regulators, tanks etc.

Build, test and insure product assembled meets its quality requirements.

Maintain component parts' stocking levels per Fax Ban, reorder point, etc. processes.

Achieve production standards established by Management.

Maintain ISO documents and drawings.

Maintain work bench and tools using 5S methods.

Maintain positive working relationships.

Preform other related responsibilities as needed and assigned.


High School diploma or GED or a combination of education and one to three years of mechanical/pneumatic assembly experience.

Must be able to read and understand/interpret prints and bills of material with minimal assistance.

Must be able to use hand and power tools to accomplish required assemblies.

Ability to spatially visualize how parts, components and sub-assemblies come together resulting in the quality assembly.

Must be able to use various gauges and measuring devices; and have ability to identify non-conforming parts.

Must be able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide and use these skills to solve problems.

Must be able to understand and follow verbal and written instructions, complete forms with accurate information.

Must be able to properly identify, count, and maintain required inventory.

Must be able to work as a cooperative and contributing member of the Team. For example, voluntarily or per supervisor request, helping team members when own work is complete.

Must be able to operate equipment to move parts, materials, etc.

Must have basic computer skills and familiarity.

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled


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