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Production Trainer - 1st Shift in Brillion, WI at Ariens Company

Date Posted: 4/13/2018

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Job Description

At Ariens Company we understand that Passionate Employees + Astounded Customers = SUCCESS! We offer a fast-paced, casual environment with a strong sense of community. As a member of our team you will have the opportunity to make an impact and be recognized for it. At Ariens you’re not just an employee, you're family!

We are currently recruiting for a motivated and passionate Production Trainer to provide a welcoming and positive experience for the trainee while reinforcing the company’s commitment to Safety, Quality, and Productivity. Under the direction of a Manufacturing Leader, adhere to TWI practices and process and continuously improve and maintain the Training Program. Other duties as assigned by the Manufacturing Leader.



1. Adhere to company Core Values and Principles and review with new employees.
2. Review company administration policies and procedures with new employees.
3. Review department specific procedures/expectations with new employees.
4. Ensure a safe working environment at all times.
5. Train new and existing employees using TWI (Training Within Industry) Job Instruction.
6. Evaluate trainee performance and enter data electronically.
7. Monitor metrics and assist Trainer II in determining training opportunities while working with Team Leaders to coordinate training schedule.
8. Manage tooling maintenance including all training materials and Training Cell 6S efforts.
9. Report individual training evaluation results to Manufacturing Leader to determine action.
10. Assist team members in other areas to meet daily production goals.
11. Work as part of a team having responsibility for producing outdoor power equipment.
12. Strict adherence to standard work.
13. Perform Assembly II production functions, using any equipment necessary to complete stations.
14. In a team setting, troubleshoot Safety, Quality and Productivity issues.
15. Participate on at least one Kaizen Event or complete a combination of 12 Kaizen Implements or Problem Solvings per year.

Job Requirements


• Minimum of a High school diploma or general education degree (GED) required
• Ability to communicate effectively
• Capable of performing multiple assembly stations/processes adhering to standard work



• Strong Microsoft Office

*Positions may not be always be available; however, all qualified candidates will be considered for future opportunities*


We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.