Sleep Number

Industrial Sewer - 2nd Shift

US-UT-Salt Lake City
Req. #
2017-15696
Type
Fulltime-Regular

Overview

As a Sewer on 2nd shift with Sleep Number, you will produce high quality covers, coverlets, and sub-assemblies to meet business demand.

Responsibilities

  • Operate an industrial sewing machine, performing a variety of stitch types
  • Properly sew a variety of covers, coverlets, and/or subassemblies
  • Layout and cut materials using patterns, scissors, and/or cutting equipment
  • Visually inspect subassemblies and finished goods per quality standards
  • Apply appropriate product, safety, and regulatory labels
  • Must be able to cross train to job task, as directed
  • Complete documentation as required
  • Participate in cycle counts and periodic physical inventories, as required.
  • Comply with Codes of Conduct and Safe Practice.
  • Operate scanners for traceability.
  • Actively participate in shift transition communication.
  • Assist in training new or existing employees, as required.
  • Maintain work area, tooling, and 5s expectations
  • Report issues /concerns to leadership, as needed
  • Perform other duties as assigned

 

Qualifications

  • Previous experience in a manufacturing environment
  • Sewing experience preferred

  • Lean experience, preferred
  • High school diploma or GED required 
  • Ability to operate lock stitch, chain stitch, serging and tape edge machines.
  • Ability to use calculators, scanners, and scissors.
  • Ability to read and understand SOP’s
  • Able to manipulate large, bulky material; perform with finger dexterity and hand/eye coordination.
  • Able to lift 20 lbs. frequently, and up to 50 lbs. occasionally; perform repetitive bending/twisting motions.
  • Reach, stand, walk, sit, push, pull, and grasp materials and tools
  • Able to stand 8 hours or more per shift. Occasional overtime may be required, to support business needs. 
  • Ability to work in a manufacturing environment with exposure to material handling equipment, moderate noise and the use of protective eye equipment

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