Daniels US Careers

  • Plant Supervisor - 2nd Shift

    Job Locations US-WI-Sturtevant
    Req No.
    2018-2805
    Type
    Permanent Full-Time
  • Overview

    Our story began with a passionate idea that we could change the world.... And to be honest, we’ve never stopped believing that... In 1986 it was a simple concept that microbiology teamed with innovation and clinical contribution could eliminate an issue that was profoundly impacting the healthcare industry – HIV acquired through needle-stick injuries.

     

    In Australia, we lived out our dream. Investing years into R&D to create the safest containment system in the world and taking on the industry status quo to petition for higher standards in sharps protection, we witnessed an 80+ percent reduction in disposal-related needlestick injuries nationwide. And then we kept going...

     

    Today Daniels Health, led by our founding visionary Dan Daniels, is working across healthcare facilities globally to usher in a new minimum standard in sharps and medical waste management. Bringing safety and infection control to the forefront of healthcare waste management, and ensuring KPI’s of cost, waste volume, and environmental impact is a shared responsibility between the waste generator and its Daniels partnership, Daniels Health is bringing healthcare waste back into the clinical spotlight.

     

    In 32 years, from a home garage with nothing but makeshift PVC waste tubes and an irrepressible dream, Daniels has grown to become one of the most influential healthcare service companies in the world. Its safe practices have become the benchmark of global standards, its robotic washing and treatment technologies have achieved unprecedented levels of decontamination efficacy, and its products are esteemed unrivaled industry-wide in the protection of the safety of healthcare workers. We are collectively and passionately committed to Making Healthcare Safer.

    Responsibilities

    • Daily plant operation, plant maintenance and formal leadership of shift crew; physically on the floor leading by example
    • Quality check smart containers both incoming and outgoing
    • Regular quality assurance training provided to staff in line with metrics
    • Practical solutions are offered to troubleshoot and problem solve operational inefficiencies
    • Monitor plant equipment and make minor repairs when possible
    • Stock control, inventory, and ordering are to standardCompilation and monitoring of floor production operational metrics to provide analysis and feedback to Plant Managers and/or Plant Supervisors
    • Management of specific projects as directed by the Plant Manager or Senior Managers
    • Streamlined operations such as process flow mapping, time in motion studies, risk assessments, and other continuous improvement functions are updated and in line with current metrics
    • Oversight and maintenance of the regulatory compliance, ISO, and AQIS administration for the site
    • Preventive program maintenance is done at the end of each shif
    • Training, and developing of all plant floor personnel including but not limited to production associate
    • Effective scheduling of employees and tasks to meet deadline
    • Maintenance of a “team” relationship between operations and other department
    • Coordination of internal communication forums for plant teams is developed and utilize
    • Organization of staff and resources are effectively utilize
    • Strong team performance is cultivated to achieve equipment delivery on time and to budge
    • Complaints escalated appropriately to managemen
    • Assistance with performance  annual review
    • A motivated, productive, highly professional and focused on internal and external customer care team
    • Safety procedures are followed including weekly training of workplace, health and safety
    • A facility maintenance and upkeep program is developed and maintained
    • All machinery, floor workplaces, and operating areas are free of clutter, debris, or other OSHA hazards
    • Ad-hoc tasks as assigned

    Qualifications

    • 3+ years plant/warehouse leadership experience (or relatable experince)
    • Mechanical background
    • Familiar with OSHA and similar guidelines
    • Experience working in a process driven environment

    Physical Requirements:

    • Occasionally working in confined spaces;
    • Extensive lifting, walking, bending, and pushing.   Must be able to lift up to 55 pounds and push and/or pull carts weighing as much as 300 pounds;
    • Occasionally bending, twisting, and turning while lifting weights of less than fifty (50) pounds;
    • Standing for extended periods of time.

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