Receive all incoming trade-in equipment and stabilize their condition according to standards. Display equipment according to the lot plan.
Periodically “sweep” the lot for sales equipment status, looking for abnormal conditions such as no-starts, flat tires, etc. and report needed repairs to the Service Manager and/or Business Manager for required action(s).
Maintain lot organization and standardize space for display and service flow; includes placement and moving of signs indicating designated areas.
Maintain 5S lot map, both to ensure compliance and to update as changes are made.
Perform immediate wash on all incoming new units that are hauled in poor road conditions. This includes anytime the unit may have impacted deicing agents during transport.
Final wash and detail all trade-in equipment on which reconditioning service work has been completed.
Maintain the wash bay equipment, including the pressure washer and drainage system.
Participate in the weekly sales meeting to clearly communicate status of workload and establish priority for completion of outgoing units.
Perform assigned work in accordance with the estimate and the schedule. If completion deadlines cannot be met, or additional work is discovered, notify internal customer immediately so a recovery plan can be developed.
Submit work order detail to the Service Manager or Administrative Assistant immediately upon the completion of each segment.
Develop skills by learning from service technicians as time allows (job shadow). Technician duties should be scheduled with the Service Manager after all Lot Coordination responsibilities are scheduled for timely completion.
Attend training and KEI events as required.
Other duties as assigned by immediate supervisor.
Minimum of high school diploma or equivalent. Prefer candidate enrolled in or a graduate of a technical college if service is career path.
Basic knowledge of our product line, electrical, hydraulic and mechanical systems.
Ability to use our computer operating system (CDK IntelliDealer).
Ability to safely operate vehicles and equipment needed for the job.
Ability to lift 50 lbs.
KEI Employment Requirements:
Safety is everyone’s responsibility. Therefore, all employees shall observe our KEI safety policies and procedures.
Adhere to the KEI standards for 5S. Standards are available for your branch, function and specific work areas. Standards can be found in the branch operating system book. Think - A place for everything & everything in its place.
Achieve and exceed established standards for First Time Quality, Productivity and Customer Satisfaction.
Channel improvement ideas to the branch leadership team via your immediate supervisor.
The Graham Middle School (GMS) FLIGHT program is fortunate to have access to onsite outdoor education facilities including a greenhouse, raised garden beds, and the potential to establish a community garden. We have the need for a part time gardening instructor. Qualifications: • Experience with organic gardening methods related to greenhouse and raised bed gardening. • Experience with composting. • Experience with hydroponic gardening in a greenhouse, preferred but not required. • Experience and desire to build interest and excitement of middle school students in outdoor education. • Experience and ability to coordinate with additional community resources, e.g. local Master Gardeners, 4-H, the Extension Service and hydroponic businesses that enhance the outdoor education program available to middle school students. • Experience in establishing community gardens, preferred but not required.
Duties and Responsibilities: • Develop and or adapt an existing curriculum specific to the science of horticulture to systematically teach middle school age students the science and art of small plot vegetable gardening. The curriculum will modular based upon seasonal requirements associated with production from seed to market, including the effective use of an onsite greenhouse. • Work collaboratively with the FLIGHT Site Coordinator to create a timeline for students to learn about and participate in soil testing, soil augmentation, composting, weeding, watering from March through September • Work collaboratively with the FLIGHT Site Coordinator to create a timeline for students to plant and harvest vegetables and flowers from March through September. • Work collaboratively with the FLIGHT Site Coordinator to create a timeline for students to learn about and participate in weeding, watering, and feeding the wildflower plot to sustain the onsite honeybee hive that is part of the school day curriculum. March through September • Develop and deliver gardening lessons that focus on the science involved in gardening, planting designs, what plants are compatible plant partners and when and how to plant according to the timeline. • Work collaboratively with the FLIGHT Site Coordinator and students to schedule garden maintenance including watering, weeding, feedings, and organic pest control. • Develop gardening lessons that utilize the greenhouse to start plant seedlings. • Develop gardening lessons utilizing hydroponic growing in the greenhouse for year-round production. • Work collaboratively with the FLIGHT Site Coordinator to create a timeline for students to maintain hydroponic gardening in the greenhouse October through February. • Research, design and plan to add community gardening plots for the summer of 2021 that will generate sustainability dollars for the FLIGHT program.
Premier Solutions is now hiring! Job Summary: Under the direct supervision of the Feed Plant Manager, this position supervises production during their shift while promoting safety and incorporating company policies and procedures at all times. Must be flexible to work different shifts or weekends if necessary.
Essential Functions: (Note: The following list of essential functions is not exhaustive, and may be supplemented as necessary.)
Abide by the standards, rules, regulations and policies issued by regulatory agencies and the company
Conduct quality assurance inspections
Lead by example and make positive contributions to the team each day
Estimate labor requirements, prioritize and delegate tasks accordingly
Supervise and coordinate all aspects of production during assigned shift, and observe team members to identify deficiencies, problems or unsafe work habits
Develop working knowledge of all equipment, systems and processes
Promote safe work behaviors in the feed plant at all times through the use of safety equipment, personal protective equipment and other devices and/or procedures provided or directed by the Feed Plant Manager
Conduct inspections of the feed plant and equipment to ensure safe conditions. Elevate the need for changes, upgrades or repairs to the Feed Plant Manager
Assess employee effectiveness, work quality, training needs, efficiency, safety consciousness and housekeeping for performance evaluations
Review daily production reports to make sure there is sufficient inventory to process orders
Effectively communicate with purchasing department ingredient management needs
Ensure all receiving paperwork requirements have been met and communicated to the purchasing department
Prepare reports including time, end of shift reports, evaluations, promotions and disciplinary actions
Perform all other duties as assigned.
ADDITIONAL COMMENTS: All employees of Premier Solutions are responsible for working toward the corporate mission and all quality goals of the organization. Confidentiality must be maintained at all times.
EDUCATION: High School Diploma, or equivalent (GED), required. Associates Degree preferred.
EXPERIENCE: One (1) year related work experience and three years supervisory experience required.
SKILLS: Excellent communication, leadership, interpersonal, organizational, team-building and people skills are required. General computer skills, to include Microsoft Office, are essential.
CERTIFICATIONS/LICENSE: Must have a valid driver’s license.
We provide equal opportunities for women, minorities, veterans and individuals with disabilities.
Heritage Cooperative is always looking for friendly, outgoing, customer-service driven employees. Our people are our greatest asset, and we are constantly thinking outside of the box for new ways to make working at Heritage Cooperative attractive to our current and prospective employees. If this sounds like you, apply today and join the team! ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS Serve as a positive representation of Heritage Cooperative’s Core Values
Provide Superior Customer Service
Highest Standards of Integrity and Trust
Being a Good Partner
Abide by all safety regulations to ensure safety of oneself, coworkers and customers Exhibit an energetic and polite attitude throughout all encounters during the work day Maintain equipment and facilities in a neat, clean, safe and environmental sound condition Attentively report and keep records as required by the facility Assist with the preventative maintenance on all plant equipment to obtain the maximum efficiency possible and ensure the longevity of all fixed assets Efficiently operate equipment to effectively load out bulk, dry and liquid fertilizer in a manner that is accurate and safe Fulfill customer orders in an accurate and timely fashion Operate receiving systems and equipment in a safe and efficient manner to receive product and unload trucks Other duties as assigned PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Valid driver’s license, with acceptable driving record Ability to work extended hours and weekends when required Class A CDL High School Diploma or Equivalent Previous Agronomy Experience WHY HERITAGE? Competitive Pay 401k match after 6 months Medical, Dental, and Vision Benefits Company paid Life/AD&D, Short-Term and Long-Term Disability Farm Bureau Membership Paid Holidays, Sick, and Vacation Time