Job Summary The Shipping/Warehouse Utility reports to the Leader – Purchasing, Supply Chain & Logistics and is responsible for providing analytical and daily logistical transportation support for purchased company materials, Customer pick-ups, and out-going inclusive trade show materials.  Supports Receiving and Inspection functions for incoming raw materials and assists in inventory reconciliation, order processing, grading and quality control of raw material, and daily warehouse operations. Essential Functions Determines product packaging and shipping requirements and alerts team members to any special truck loading configuration or customer delivery requirements. Reviews daily shipment schedules and, in discussion with team members, plans and prioritizes daily work schedule. Responsible for following up on receiving via tracking number, dates with freight forwarders and trucking companies when requested. Price quotes for shipments. Prepares Bill of Lading, creates packing lists, COC and Burn Certification and commercial invoice documents for each shipment. Familiar and compliant with General Trade Agreement for specific customer requirements. Comply with all customs requirements and incoterms for international shipments. Sends CFA’s to customers and follows up with customer service for approvals and/or rejections. Assisting production with coordinating measuring department. Inventory control of WIP that is boxed for shipments. Send burn pieces to outside testing facility (QC supplies daily). Purchase and manage packaging materials based on forecast and re-order points from individual departments. Coordinate “Collect” or “Exworks” shipments. Arranges for movement of freight to consignee/agent and updates the system with information. Examine, inspect, and grade all raw materials for quality and defects. Disposition, document, and mark all raw materials for their potential use in manufacturing process. Assist with regular inventory reconciliations and cycle counts. Pull appropriate crust to fulfill order requirements. Receives, counts, and records shipment data into the system. Material handling and delivery of products, supplies, and equipment to designated area. Additional Maintains condition of work area (area free of trash, product in correct location, etc...) Follows company safety policies and procedures and encourages other associates to do the same. Performs other duties and assignments as needed. Education / Skills / Experience Satisfactory company work records, including attendance. High school diploma. Physically able to lift, bend, climb and reach. Fork truck license desired. General knowledge and experience of shipping and factory procedures and regulations is required. Knowledge and experience of UPS, UTS Transport, Trans border and FEDEX on-line software is desirable. Experience with customs compliance and Incoterms. Signed:___________________________       Date:____________________________Perrone Aerospace PJD – 012  Revision B Production Worker Approved: Bart Avery CONTROLLED Issue Date: 4/14/2008 Author: Karyn Eglin Page 1 of 1 Job Summary  This position reports to the Production Supervisor and will perform production work including feeding machines, sorting, checking and packaging leather. Essential Functions • Performs tasks specifically assigned by supervisor. • Works on different types of machinery to carry out a particular phase of the product cycle. • Must produce product within required tolerances. • Maintains simple reports on work orders handled and quantities produced. • Counts product for accuracy. • Inspects product for quality and follows established procedures as outlined by the ISO quality management system. • Maintains his/her work area in neat condition. • Follows all safety rules regarding machine operation and proper guarding. • Assists other workers with specific duties as requested. Additional • Performs other duties and assignments as directed by their Supervisor. Education / Skills / Experience • High school diploma. • Satisfactory company work records, including attendance. • Manual dexterity skills and physically able to lift, bend and reach to adequately perform job duties. • Ability to read and follow work instructions. • Ability to work well with co-workers and supervisors. • Sufficient visual acuity to operate machines and inspect products produced.



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Perrone Aerospace                                                                                                                               PJD  003  Revision C  Quality Control Manager  
FLSA Status: Hourly, Non- Exempt    Department: Quality 
Reports to COO  
Days/Hours: Monday  Friday 8:00AM  4:30PM   
 
Job Summary  This  position  reports  to  the  COO  and  is  responsible  with  developing  and  maintaining  a  system  to  ensure 
that  all  products  manufactured  by  the  organization  meets  customer  specifications  and  achieves  superior 
quality and reliability levels. 
 
Essential Functions   Develops  and  implements  a  quality  production  program  to  ensure  conformity  of  purchased 
material and final products to quality standards.  
 Supervise  workers  engaged  in  inspection  and  testing  activities  to  ensure  high  productivity  and 
high technical integrity. 
  Develop  and  analyze  data  and  product  specifications  to  determine  standards  and  to  establish 
quality and reliability expectancy of finished products.  
 Formulate, document and maintain quality control standards and on-going quality control 
objectives. 
  Coordinate  objectives  with  production  procedures  in  cooperation  with  other  plant  managers  to 
maximize product reliability.  
 Interpret  quality  requirements  from  customers  and  suppliers  and  communicate  to  key  personnel 
within company. 
 Provide, and oversee, inspection activity for product throughout production cycle.  
 Interact with vendors to ensure quality of all purchased parts. 
 Maintain active role on internal continuous improvement teams.  
 Meets  with  vendors,  customers,  quality  representatives  and  company  personnel  to  discuss  and 
resolve quality problems as required.  
 Prepares for and represents the company during all ISO, SPEAR, SQA and related audits.  
 Coordinates and approves all sample submissions of new products and engineering changes.  
 Prepares all necessary reports as required by customers and staff personnel. 
 
 
 
Required Competencies, Knowledge, Skills & Abilities    Maintain satisfactory company work records, including attendance. 
 Ability  to  read  and  interpret  quality  assurance  product  specifications  and  laboratory  testing 
methods.  
 Ability to write technical QA reports and forms.   Participate  in  ongoing  training  for  all  proposed  and  QA  specifications  and  procedures  relative  to 
the leather industry. 
 
 Skills and ability to perform Final Inspection of all products. 
 
 Problem solving skills and collaboration with other departments. 
Supervisory Responsibility  
This role manages and directs staff management within quality control. The role is responsible for the 
overall direction, coordination and evaluation of direct reports and for carrying out supervisory 
responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws. 
 
Education & Experience 
 Associate degree or equivalent; or two to 5 years’ related experience or training; or 
equivalent combination of education and experience (Required) 
 Prior manufacturing environment (Preferred) 
Physical Demands & Work Environment 
 Need to sit and stand as needed 
 Requires walking primarily on a level surface for periodic periods throughout the day 
 The ability to reach above shoulder heights or below the waist or lift as required to file 
documents and store materials throughout the workday (Proper lifting techniques are 
required). 
 Must be able to climb stairs, stand for extended periods of time, and safely lift to 20 lbs.  
 
Other Duties  
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities 
may change at any time with or without notice. 
  
 
  
 
                    

Production Worker

Job Summary
This position reports to the Production Supervisor and will perform production
work including feeding machines, sorting, checking and packaging leather.
Essential Functions

Performs tasks specifically assigned by supervisor.

Works on different types of machinery to carry out a particular phase of the
product cycle.

Must produce product within required tolerances.

Maintains simple reports on work orders handled and quantities produced.

Counts product for accuracy.

Inspects product for quality and follows established procedures as outlined by the
ISO quality management system.

Maintains his/her work area in neat condition.

Follows all safety rules regarding machine operation and proper guarding.

Assists other workers with specific duties as requested.
Additional

Performs other duties and assignments as directed by their Supervisor.
Education / Skills / Experience

High school diploma.

Satisfactory company work records, including attendance.

Manual dexterity skills and physically able to lift, bend and reach to adequately
perform job duties.

Ability to read and follow work instructions.

Ability to work well with co-workers and supervisors.

Sufficient visual acuity to operate machines and inspect products produced.
Approved: Bart Avery
CONTROLLED
Issue Date: 4/14/2008
Author: Karyn Eglin
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