About the Position
A team leader leads, monitors, and supervises a group of employees to achieve goals that contribute to the growth of the organization. Team leaders motivate and inspire their team by creating an environment that promotes positive communication.
Team Leaders provide a team of employees with instructions and direction to help them achieve company goals and objectives.
Other duties and responsibilities of a Team Leader include but are not limited to:
•Communicating goals and deadlines to team members
•Creating a productive work environment
•Assessing team performance and providing feedback to employees
•Communicating production issues and progress with upper management
•Assisting with hiring and training employees
•Managing the day -to- day activities of the team
•Carrying out their work in a manner which does not present a risk to themselves, others, and the environment.
•Reporting all incidents, defects, hazards, and inadequacies of procedures so that appropriate review and corrective action can be taken.
•Resolving production problems
•Ensuring safety guidelines are followed
•Assisting with the daily operation of the organization
•Providing teams with information about recent developments, programs and policy changes of management
•Other duties may be assigned
Skills & Qualifications
Team Leader Skills and Qualifications
To perform this job successfully, all individuals must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions
A successful Team Leader will have various skills and qualifications to perform their duties effectively. These include but are not limited:
· Working knowledge of employer’s operations
· Leadership skills
· Outstanding communication skills
· Interpersonal skills and ability to resolve conflicts
· Attention to detail
· Employee training experience
· Organization and planning skills
· Knowledge of basic hand tools (drill, screw gun, measuring tape, etc.)