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Production Team Lead

Posting Date: 
08/25/17
Closing Date: 
09/25/17
Position: 
Full-Time
Salary: $22.36/hour
Job Description: 

AGS is a full-service designer and manufacturer of gaming products for the casino floor. The Company’s roots are in the Class II, Native American market, and it has recently expanded its product lines to include top performing slot games for the Class III commercial marketplace, as well as live felt table games and mobile gaming.  Tremendous growth has led to an expansion of key positions across the organization!

Here at AGS, we realize that a huge part of our success is attributed to the hard work and dedication of our people. This is an exciting opportunity to lead in a culture that believes embracing change, empowering our employees, and building a positive team environment are of paramount importance in achieving higher levels of success with limitless potential.  We incorporate the latest technology in a fast-paced electro-mechanical assembly environment.  If you have what it takes to excel in this environment, apply today!

Reporting directly to the Production Supervisor, the Production Team Lead confers with production management personnel to plan, coordinate, and schedule production activities to assure production goals are achieved.  The Production Team Lead will play a key role in developing and influencing associates regarding AGS’ culture of Lean manufacturing and continuous improvement.

Essential Functions:

  • Review production schedule and updated production tracking visuals/documents.
  • Verify components have been picked for scheduled orders and follow-up on back-ordered items.
  • Expedite production components when necessary.
  • Monitor production lines to assure desired flow achieved and assure all issues causing bottlenecks are resolved in a timely manner.
  • Verify completed games meet requirements per sales order documentation.
  • Close sales orders in NAV upon completion.
  • Support Assembler III’s with troubleshooting and resolving technical issues on the production lines.
  • Work with Sales Coordinators and Receiving Coordinator to correct sales order and BOM issues.
  • Investigate “root cause” of process failures and collaborate with process stakeholders to improve process.
  • Conduct process audits and follow up to resolve variances.
  • Actively collaborate with stakeholders to identify continuous improvement opportunities.
  • Ensure that all established standards are observed while work is performed, including, the wearing of safety apparel, the completion of checklists and other standardized work.
  • Assure 5S strategies are continuously utilized.
  • Actively identify opportunities for eliminating waste.
  • Conduct one-on-one and group training related to various topics including technical, Lean and continuous improvement.
  • Provide routine and timely updates to management relating to: production line status, project status, quality, safety and other pertinent information effecting Operations.
  • Ability to prioritize and work independently
  • Possess strong organizational skills
  • To perform and maintain all Leader Standard Work

This job description may be modified at any time with or without notice and other duties may be assigned as deemed necessary.

Job Requirements: 
Education/Minimum Years of Experience: High School diploma or equivalent. Vocational Training (electrical/electronic, mechanical, assembly) preferred. Completed DC Circuits course ( or started within 90 days of employment as Production Team Lead) 2 - 3 years’ electronic assembly, including troubleshooting electronic components Job Knowledge/Work Experience: Previous manufacturing line, freight shipping and loading dock experience preferred. Knowledge of materials, production processes, quality control, and other techniques for maximizing the effectiveness of manufacturing processes. Working knowledge of Lean Manufacturing and Continuous Improvement practices. Ability to lead, coach, and train associates on a variety of manufacturing topics. Ability to lead Continuous Improvement projects. Previous warehouse and freight shipping experience. Flexibility to work overtime as required (mornings, evenings, weekends, holidays). Computer/Technical Skills: Working knowledge of MS Office programs (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) with ability to learn other software programs as needed. Prior experience with ERP systems preferred. Physical/Mental Requirements: Ability to sit, stand, walk, kneel, crawl, climb, and squat. Ability to see, hear, speak. Ability to push, pull, grasp, turn and manipulate tooling and small components. Ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds unassisted. Ability to tolerate varying climate hot/cold AGS is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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