The Marker Room and Cutting
Manager is responsible for the leadership and management of the marking,
spreading, and cutting stages of the production process. This person will lead
a team of marker makers, cutters, spreaders, and mechanics. Also, responsible
for the keeping all appropriate machinery in working order. Ensures work is done accurately, cost
effectively, safely, and compliant with company quality standards.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND
all marker room functions, spreading and cutting operations to ensure
coordination of effort and timely completion of projects.
for managing the marker making process: includes patternmaking, sample making,
testing, grading, marker making, setting standard, custom orders, process
management, and meeting deadlines.
instructs, and trains marker makers in the use of computerized marker making
the marker making process and feedback on ease of production and cost of vests.
and develop Marker Makers to ensure consistency and accuracy of markers.
d. Ensures a
high degree of customer satisfaction by developing an understanding of customer
expectations and managing and directing staff activities required to meet
standards for marker making and monitor the maintenance of the pattern Library
for current product specifications.
with all managers to ensure that the markers made will produce the most cost effective
and oversees marker cutting and determine effective staff.
and checks the work of others for conformance to standards, precision, and
trains, evaluate and discipline all team members in collaboration with direct
supervisors and Plant Manager.
closely with Master Scheduler, Plant Manager, and Director of Operations to
ensure work flow will meet scheduled objectives and production targets.
closely with the Quality Assurance Manager and Cutting Supervisor to maintain
high level of product quality.
closely with warehouse personnel to ensure inventory availability.
develops, and enhances performance metrics in response to management
departmental historical records by filing documents, transferring inactive
files, and or destroying obsolete records.
and ensures that all machines in department are properly maintained and
repaired, including Gerber machines and hand cutting machines.
11. Must have
the ability to work in a team environment.
a safe and clean work environment.
other duties as required and assigned.
and reinforces quality and safety protocols.
for working according to the company’s safety and quality protocols.
Managing work flow:
Managing work flow to achieve results within budget and on time. Managing a variety of responsibilities at the
same time. Anticipating problems and take appropriate action to prevent or
minimize impact. Making effective
decisions under the pressure of time and with limited information. Taking
responsibility for decisions, actions, and results.
Communicating effectively with people at all levels in the organization.
Communicating clear and concise information; avoiding vagueness, ambiguity, and
mixed messages. Giving specific, timely feedback to manager and others so that
we can work more effectively. Acquiring cooperation and action from people at
varying levels or in different groups.
Learning & Adapting:
Remaining productive during periods of ambiguity, uncertainty, and
change. Taking the initiative to mitigate challenges and obstacles as needed;
be action oriented.
Working collaboratively with people in our group and in other parts of
the organization. Supporting others when needed. Working effectively with
people who have diverse ideas, perspectives, and values.
Quality & Customer Focus: Continuously look for ways to simplify and
improve work processes to achieve better results. Seeking input from internal
and external customers to create efficiencies and improve performance.
Maintaining focus on long-term quality results.
Minimum: An Associate's degree (two-year program
or two to three years of college) or equivalent formal training. Preferred: A
BS in Fashion, Apparel, Textiles or related area.
15-20 years’ experience with Gerber Accumark
System; 15-20 years’ experience in a related role in an apparel manufacturing
Must read, write and understand English.
Excellent oral and written skills; strong
Regular and predictable attendance is an
essential function for this position.
Ability to use computer software and
Team working ability.
Must be authorized to work in the USA.
Sitting for long periods. Dexterity and coordination to
handle files and single pieces of paper; occasional lifting of items weighing
up to twenty-five pounds such as files, stacks of paper, reference and other
materials. Moving from place to place within the office; minimum reaching for
items above and below desk level. Strength, dexterity, coordination and vision
to use keyboard and video display terminal for prolonged periods.
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