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Production Operator

Job Number:  19640
Group:  Cosma International
Division:  Magna Electric Vehicle Structures
Job Type:  Permanent/Regular
Location: 

St. Clair, MI, US, 48079

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Job Number: 19640 
Group: Cosma International  
Division: Magna Electric Vehicle Structures 
Job Type: Permanent/Regular 
Location: St. Clair 

 

 

 

Group Description

 

Cosma provides a comprehensive range of body, chassis and engineering solutions to global customers. Through our robust product engineering, outstanding tooling capabilities and diverse process expertise, we continue to bring lightweight and innovative products to market.

 

Magna Electric Vehicle Structures - Michigan, part of Cosma International, a division of Magna International, represents the most diversified automotive supplier in the world. We are a leading global automotive supplier with 347 manufacturing operations and 92 product development, engineering and sales centers in 28 countries. We have over 168,000 employees focused on delivering superior value to our customers through innovative processes and world-class manufacturing. With a focus on battery tray production and vehicle electrification, MEVS is manufacturing the future of mobility. The culture at MEVS focuses on job security, with employees being given the opportunity for continuous training, advancement within the skill/trade, and potential for growth within our safe work environment.

 

Role Summary

To produce quality parts, on time, the first time to meet or exceed our customer requirements, while supporting the Magna Employee’s Charter and the policies and procedures of MEVS.

Key Responsibilities

Responsible for supporting safety, quality, and productivity while adhering to MEVS’s plant standards and upholding the Magna Employee’s Charter. 


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE POSITIONS:

1)    Follow and enforce all plant safety rules and policies. 
2)    Understand and promote Magna’s philosophies and Employee’s Charter.
3)    Establish and maintain communication with other team members and support departments.
4)    Follow Standard Operating Procedures established for each work station.
5)    Maintain integrity of quality to ensure finished product meets or exceeds MEVS standards.
6)    Maintain proper documentation of production and inventory using computer system.
7)    Must be able to work unsupervised.
8)    Support continuous improvement and lean manufacturing processes.
9)    Monitor and maintain good housekeeping (maximize downtime opportunities).  
10)    Follow all plant safety policies and procedures.
11)    TLCQQ – Tagging Correct, Loaded Properly, Closed Properly, Quantity Correct, Quality Parts.
12)    Must be a team player willing to work on any job or area in which you are trained or being trained.
13)    Perform quality checks as required using QID, QIF, FO/LO Process, and Quality alerts as your guide.
14)    Perform the required tasks at the current cycle time on each work station to help ensure assembly meets our customer demands.
15)    Perform tip changes and TPM activities as required for each work station.
16)    Perform other duties as required.
 

Key Qualifications/Requirements

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

SKILL (Ability to do the job)
-Ability to work in a team environment or independently to perform duties with little supervision.
-Ability to communicate with team members on all shifts and possess good mathematical and   organizational skills.

KNOWLEDGE

EDUCATION:  High School Diploma or GED required

OTHER:  Safe work practices, general knowledge of mechanical operations.


WORK EXPERIENCE

WHAT TYPES?  Previous experience in a manufacturing environment is preferred.  
HOW MUCH?  6-12 months


WHAT ADDITIONAL SKILLS OR ABILITIES WOULD BE HELPFUL FOR THE JOB?

- Basic mechanical aptitude.
-Ability to read and follow work instructions and safety requirements.
-Good communication skills.
-Basic understanding of weld terminology


WHAT AREAS OF TRAINING ARE REQUIRED?

New Hire Orientation, OSHA Required Training, Product and Process Overview, Understanding the Charter, Lean Manufacturing Overview, 5S & Visual Management, Business Management System, MEVS Label Standards, Tip Change Procedure, Robot Fundamentals, and Basic Workstation Panel views.  Scanner training.
 

 

Additional Information

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

Some of the physical demands for this position include the ability to lift 40 pounds and being able to stand or walk for prolonged periods of time in a manufacturing environment.

EQUIPMENT / TOOLS USED

Some of the equipment and tools used are basic departmental hand tools and personal protective equipment.  Also may include computer and scanning.

WHAT ADDITIONAL SKILLS OR ABILITIES WOULD BE HELPFUL FOR THE JOB?

- Basic mechanical aptitude.
-Ability to read and follow work instructions and safety requirements.
-Good communication skills.
-Basic understanding of weld terminology


WHAT AREAS OF TRAINING ARE REQUIRED?

New Hire Orientation, OSHA Required Training, Product and Process Overview, Understanding the Charter, Lean Manufacturing Overview, 5S & Visual Management, Business Management System, MEVS Label Standards, Tip Change Procedure, Robot Fundamentals, and Basic Workstation Panel views.  Scanner training.


HOW WILL TEAM MEMBER’S JOB PROGRESS BE MONITORED FOR COMPETENCY?

Performance Assessment conducted by Supervisor and/or Department Manager


HOW IS THE POSITION RELEVANT TO ACHIEVING QUALITY OBJECTIVES?

The Production Team Member will adhere to all company and customer quality systems to create a product that meets customer expectations.  


OTHER PERTINANT OR RELEVANT INFORMATION
This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position.  Employees will be required to follow any other job-related instructions and to perform any other job-related duties requested by their supervisor.
 

07--Operations F--Permanent/Regular 


Nearest Major Market: Port Huron
Nearest Secondary Market: Detroit

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