Production Technician I (All Shifts)

Production Technician I (All Shifts)
SUMMARY: The Production Technician I is responsible for operating and monitoring production machinery to maximize production and maintain Keurig's high standards in safety and quality. This role will also be engaged in complying and understanding the manufacturing processes to lead in the improvement of safety, quality, delivery, cost and culture.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: These positions have no direct reports.
Comply with all safety policies and procedures and demonstrate safe behaviors at all times.
Actively engaged in the Safety Observation/Peer to Peer coaching/feedback discussion.
Maintain a healthful and safe environment and promptly report any violations/ discrepancies/injuries/ incidents to appropriate personnel.
Compliant with all Safety Training initiatives.
Performs standard work and understands where to find Standard Operating Procedures at the site level.
Understands and complies with quality systems and policies (Quality Data System, Safe Quality Food, Good Manufacturing Practices
and Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points).
Understands, demonstrates and articulates ownership of quality metrics.
Actively participates in Root Cause Corrective Analysis of quality events.
Actively participates and engages in internal audits.
Populate and present Daily Management System Line Board with hourly data on production/ Overall Equipment Efficiency/ Scrap /Safety/Quality and articulate issues/opportunities.
Actively engaged in effective shift handoff.
Complete standard work in allowed time for changeovers and cleans including line clearance & pre-checks.
Perform documentation /verification in applicable systems (COLOS- Software package used for labeling, PeopleSoft, Systems, Applications & Products (our ERP system) Manufacturing Execution System, Trackwise and paper records) to ensure timely release.
Actively escalates line issues /opportunities using the Daily Management Systems escalation process / Root Cause Corrective Analysis activities and engages in maintenance calls as a learning opportunity.
Proficiency of required jobs/equipment in production line (certification).
Understand and participates in working to reduce line scrap and material usage variance.
Actively understands waste, cost per cup and cups/labor hour.
Responds to quality and waste issues by stopping production if necessary and escalating the issue.
Actively support generation of productivity ideas and continuous improvement teams.
Actively learn & participate in Root Cause Corrective Analysis activities.
Team Culture
Participates in our Team Culture as it pertains to dependability, teamwork, professional behavior and participation
Dependability: regularly arrives to work on time, returns timely from breaks, meets attendance guidelines and consistently arrives on time for team meetings.
Teamwork: demonstrates the ability to work effectively with others, contributes fair share of team's work, appropriately communicates status of work during shift transitions, demonstrates a willingness to help other team members, demonstrate the ability to receive and provide constructive feedback, demonstrates a high level of cooperation across the site. Shares knowledge/skills with team members .
Professional Behavior: exhibits a positive demeanor and rapport with others, models appropriate communication and behavior amongst one another, demonstrates self-awareness and takes actions to continuously improve, does not engage in negative commentary, interacts respectfully and professionally with supervisors and coworkers, complies with organizational rules, policies and procedures.
Participation: demonstrates a willingness to participate in daily meetings, completes tasks in work area, accepts responsibility for one's decisions and actions, positively adapts to the changing business environment.
Integrity: approaches actions with moral character and ethics.
Follows all policies, procedures, ergonomic standards and safety requirements directed by Keurig Green Mountain and the department.
Performs other duties as requested by management.
Strong mechanical aptitude of processing and packaging machine operations; with a preference of some manufacturing experience.
Ability to make decisions, communicate and problem solve. Self-motivated team player with a positive attitude.
Ability to get along with others, be punctual, demonstrate satisfactory attendance, and follow instructions from others.
Strong computer and software skills (Microsoft Office Suite, Enterprise Resource Planning systems, etc)
Basic mathematical skills to make production calculations
Experience with Systems, Applications & Products (our Enterprise Resource Planning system) preferred.
Successful completion of Virtual Job Tryout.
Ability to lift 30 pounds on a regular basis and 50 pounds occasionally.
Ability to lift, bend, stretch and stand during entire shift.
Ability to push/pull up to 1,500 pounds using supplied equipment.
Ability to frequently kneel, squat, bend, stoop, twist, and reach overhead with repetitive motions.
Ability to meet all requirements to wear respiratory protection.
Ability to walk up and down stairs.
Ability to work in a variety of temperature and humidity conditions.
Depending on the position for which you are applying, offers of employment made by the company are contingent upon satisfactory completion of one or all of the following: a background investigation, education verification, reference check, credit report and a basic pre-employment medical examination to determine whether you are able to perform the essential functions of your position, with or without reasonable accommodation. You may also be required to take a pre-employment drug and alcohol test, and your offer of employment is contingent upon the successful passage of that test. Details regarding the drug and alcohol test shall be provided to you under separate cover and you will be required to provide a signed acknowledgement of receipt of Keurig's Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace policy. In addition, as a condition of employment, the company is required, under current federal regulations to certify the legal status.

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