Team Lead - JPA

Job Locations US-MN-Anoka
Position Type
Regular Full-Time


About JunoPacific

JunoPacific provides premier medical device molding, design and assembly services for the medical device industry. JunoPacific is part of the Cretex Medical family of companies. Learn more at and



Position summary:

The Cell Lead II will be responsible for coordinating, monitoring, and leading the activities of a cellular work team in support of assigned goals and objectives in a manufacturing environment.  The Cell Leader II will manage employee time, approve time transactions in the ADP system, and will create performance related goals.


Current Shifts Available:

  • 6th Shift: 6:30am-7:00pm Monday-Wednesday, every other Sunday
  • 7th Shift: 6:30pm-7:00pm Monday-Wednesday, every other Sunday (QUALITY DEPT)
  • 8th shift: 6:30am-7:00pm - Thursday-Saturday, every ohter Sunday



Job Duties and Responsibilities

  • Execute to the production schedule
  • Assign employees to run equipment and jobs
  • Ensure the area has the materials and supplies to meet production needs
  • Ensure jobs are completed and meet quality standards and are on time
  • Ensure machinery and equipment is running efficiently and effectively
  • Provide employees on–the–job training and mentoring
  • Ensure employees are following work instructions and processes
  • Provide daily updates through the Tier I process
  • Communicate production issues, schedules, and priorities within and between teams
  • Implement process improvements
  • Create employee goals, performance initiatives and areas of accountability that are directly aligned with the goals of the company
  • Ensure employees are following company guidelines, policies, and procedures
  • Manage the manufacturing ERP systems for production
  • Support and comply with the company Quality System, ISO, and medical device requirements
  • Read, understand, and follow work instructions and standard work
  • Partner with other business segments:  sales/marketing, customer service, engineering, quality, and finance
  • Understand customer needs and the core business markets we serve
  • Ensure business systems are implemented, maintained, and functioning properly
  • Participate in required company meetings
  • Maintain an organized work area (5S)
  • Participate in the Operational Excellence Program


Job Requirements

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • 3 years of supervisory experience
  • 7 years of experience in manufacturing operations
  • Knowledge of manufacturing machinery, equipment, and processes
  • Knowledge of legal and regulatory requirements
  • Ability to manage relationships and team facilitation
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Strong problem-solving skills
  • Ability to prioritize work and manage multiple tasks
  • Ability to take direction from and give input to the next level leader
  • Ability to collaborate and assist team members
  • Ability to cross train in other areas of production when required


Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Business/technical degree
  • Medical manufacturing experience
  • Familiar with ISO and FDA requirements
  • Certifications in a related field


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