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Vacancy : Team Lead (Rotational Shift)
Company Location : Martinsburg, WV
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Your role at Clorox:
Starting Pay: $31 an Hour + Shift differential
The Team Lead is responsible for all department operations within an assigned shift. The department is a dynamic team-based environment with responsibility to safely produce the highest quality cat litter in the correct amount at the right cost. Department tasks include working safely at all times without exception and may also include unloading rail cars, receiving raw materials, operating and maintaining high speed packaging equipment, monitoring associated controls and instrumentation, palletizing finished product, performing quality checks, implementing improvements, and contributing to the overall success of the plant.
In this role, you will:
The T eam Lead is responsible for ensuring the department adheres to and meets all safety and quality standards , as well as cost and production goals during their shift. This includes ownership for the development of all team members , coordinating appropriate staffing to balance business needs with cost targets , successful execution of daily operations, and maintenance for area equipment . The Team Lead will work autonomously and flow to the highest priority work, collaborate across department boundaries, participate in team based activities, and ensure compliance with all plant procedures, policies, and standards.
Adhere to all safety and quality standards and guidelines and report unsafe conditions, near misses, and/or injuries in a timely manner and ensure all team members are doing the same.
Drive a culture of ownership, transparency, collaboration, and continuous learning.
Deliver against daily, weekly, and monthly production targets.
Leverage technology as needed to stay informed and ensure all team members are doing the same (ex: daily review of email, production schedules, troubleshooting guides, job aides, etc.).
Lead by example and ensure all area housekeeping tasks are completed and workplace organization is maintained.
Define personal growth needs and commit to continuous learning and improvement.
Enforce safety policies and procedures
Keep records of team members’ attendance and hours worked
Inspect materials, products or equipment to detect defects or malfunctions.
Read and analyze charts, work orders, production schedules, and other records and reports to determine production requirements and to evaluate current production estimates and outputs.
Plant and establish work schedules, assignments, and production sequences to meet production goals.
Confer with other shifts and departments to coordinate operations and activities within or between departments.
Ensure raw materials are unloaded and transported in a safe and efficient manner.
Interpret specifications, job orders and company policies and procedures for team members
Observe work and monitor gauges, dials and other indicators to ensure that operators conform to production or processing standards
Direct and coordinate the activities of team members engaged in the production or processing of goods
Conduct team member training in equipment operations or work and safety procedures, or assign team member training to experienced workers
Confer with management to resolve team member problems or complaints
Evaluate team member performance
Recommend or implement measures to motivate team members and to improve production methods, equipment performance, product quality or efficiency
Set up and adjust machines and equipment
Provide developme ntal opportunities for o perators to ensure the team is capable of o perating, monitoring and adjusting the equipment within the department .
Review and reconcile system data as needed, create reports, and perform root cause analysis.
Ensure all team members are able to troubleshoot equipment safely and effectively.
Work with other shifts and d epartments to schedule and ensure timely and safe completion of routine and preventative maintenance for area equipment.
Other duties as needed to support business operations as directed by Management.
The Team Lead continually or frequently encounters these conditions during a shift of work:
1) exposure to dust & fine particles ; 2) exposure to high noise levels ; 3) exposure to moving equipment; 4) exposure to scents and odors; 5) repetitive gross and find hand motions, including grasping, gripping and bending hand/wrist; 6) standing (up to 12 hours per shift); 7) walking (up to 12 hours per shift); 8) wear common protective or safety equipment (safety shoes, glasses, gloves, hearing protection, hard hats); 9) work at heights exceeding 6 feet; 10) work indoors, partially environmentally controlled.
The Team Lead occasionally or seldom encounters these conditions during a shift of work:
1) bending, twisting or squatting; 2) climb steps and ladders; 3) lifting and carrying, up to 50 lbs ; 4) pushing and pulling, up to 50 lbs ; 5) reach above shoulder, perform work at or above shoulder height; 6) sitting; 7) wear specialized protective or safety equipment; 8) work in an enclosed vehicle or equipment; 9) work in an open vehicle or equipment; 10) work in very hot or very cold temperatures; 11) work outdoors, exposed to weather; 12) work with cutting tools
What we look for:
Demonstrated leader capable of inspiring and teaching others.
Strong problem-solving and conflict resolution skills.
Willing and able to learn and master new concepts across departments.
Strong communication, collaboration, and critical thinking skills.
Understanding of basic technical math and troubleshooting principles.
Must be able to successfully complete Clorox Fork Truck Certification as outlined by the site Fork Truck Certification Policy.
Hi gh School Diploma or Equivalent ; Associate’s Degree Preferred
We seek out and celebrate diverse backgrounds and experiences, and we know you don’t need a degree to succeed. We’re looking for fresh perspectives, a desire to bring your best, and a non-stop drive to keep growing and learning.
At Clorox, we have a Culture of Inclusion. We believe our values-based culture connects to our purpose and helps our people be the best versions of themselves, professionally and personally. This means building a workplace where every person can feel respected, valued, and fully able to participate in our Clorox community. Learn more about our I&D program & initiatives here .
Benefits we offer to help you be well and thrive:
Generous 401(k) program in the US and similar programs in international
Health benefits and programs that support both your physical and mental well-being
Flexible work environment, depending on your role
Meaningful opportunities to keep learning and growing
Half-day Fridays, depending on your location
Please apply directly to our job postings and do not submit your resume to any person via text message. Clorox does not conduct text-based interviews and encourages you to be cautious of anyone posing as a Clorox recruiter via unsolicited texts during these uncertain times.
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