Andersen Windows
Headquartered in Bayport, MN Andersen Corporation is the largest window and door manufacturer in the US, with over 13,000 employees.
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Job Openings

Sr. Safety Engineer
DescriptionA key to our company's enduring success is our sincere and thorough effort to do the right thing for customers, for employees, for the community and for the environment. If creating a better world matters to you, you can make a difference at Andersen. Aligning with other leading organizations, such as National Park Service, Environmental Initiative and The Nature Conservancy embodies our long-standing commitment to leadership in environmental stewardship and making a positive impact in the communities in which we live and work.PURPOSE:Participate in the development and coordination of enterprise-wide safety programs to reduce employee exposures to workplace hazards and comply with applicable safety and health regulations.PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:Participate in the development and coordination of Corporate Safety programs to achieve and maintain compliance with applicable Federal, State and local codes and regulationsAssist on safety projects with low to medium complexity. Receive direction on major decisions and activities from the Corporate Safety DirectorWork with other corporate team members and engineering to conduct safety assessments of new equipment/processes.Support the investigation of industrial injuries/illnesses and conduct loss analysis to identify trends in loss activity.Support ergonomic evaluations to identify risk factors and work with safety staff and engineering to recommend control measures to address identified risk factors.Participate on safety audits and inspections and supports the development and delivery of safety training.Update corporate programs and conducts research on compliance requirements applicable to all Andersen operations.Promote safety culture improvements via corporate initiatives and best practices.Consultation support to business units with general and technical safety issues.Not assigned direct support of business unitsCULTURE AND BENEFITS: Our vision is to make the world a better place by living up to the promise that everyone benefits from their association with Andersen.We're committed to making a difference through challenging ourselves each day, recognizing and rewarding success, taking pride in our work and honoring a legacy built on doing the right thing. There is great respect for life outside work so that you can bring your best self to work. As an innovative and industry-leading organization, we think of benefits more broadly. From your health care to your work environment, to your development and quality of life, we think beyond basic benefits to provide a total rewards package including, but not limited to: *Medical/Dental/Vision/Life Insurance*Health Savings Account contributions*Paid holidays plus PTO*401(k) plan & contributions*Professional development & tuition reimbursement opportunities*A culture that supports work-life balance*An environment where collaboration is key*Volunteer opportunities - on company time*Environmentally conscious business decisions*10,000+ employees and career opportunities nationwide QualificationsMaster's degree in industrial safety or closely related technical field.Minimum 3 yrs. of progressive relevant safety experience in industrial setting or closely related field. Must be experienced in application of OSHA, NFPA, NEC, ANSI and other applicable codes and regulations.Demonstrate competency in program design, implementation, performance measurement and evaluation, process improvement, and consulting skills.Possess a hands-on approach with a sense of urgency, ability to manage under pressure; manage multiple priorities and projects.
Sr. Safety Engineer
DescriptionA key to our company's enduring success is our sincere and thorough effort to do the right thing for customers, for employees, for the community and for the environment. If creating a better world matters to you, you can make a difference at Andersen. Aligning with other leading organizations, such as National Park Service, Environmental Initiative and The Nature Conservancy embodies our long-standing commitment to leadership in environmental stewardship and making a positive impact in the communities in which we live and work.PURPOSE:Participate in the development and coordination of enterprise-wide safety programs to reduce employee exposures to workplace hazards and comply with applicable safety and health regulations.PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:Participate in the development and coordination of Corporate Safety programs to achieve and maintain compliance with applicable Federal, State and local codes and regulationsAssist on safety projects with low to medium complexity. Receive direction on major decisions and activities from the Corporate Safety DirectorWork with other corporate team members and engineering to conduct safety assessments of new equipment/processes.Support the investigation of industrial injuries/illnesses and conduct loss analysis to identify trends in loss activity.Support ergonomic evaluations to identify risk factors and work with safety staff and engineering to recommend control measures to address identified risk factors.Participate on safety audits and inspections and supports the development and delivery of safety training.Update corporate programs and conducts research on compliance requirements applicable to all Andersen operations.Promote safety culture improvements via corporate initiatives and best practices.Consultation support to business units with general and technical safety issues.Not assigned direct support of business unitsCULTURE AND BENEFITS: Our vision is to make the world a better place by living up to the promise that everyone benefits from their association with Andersen.We're committed to making a difference through challenging ourselves each day, recognizing and rewarding success, taking pride in our work and honoring a legacy built on doing the right thing. There is great respect for life outside work so that you can bring your best self to work. As an innovative and industry-leading organization, we think of benefits more broadly. From your health care to your work environment, to your development and quality of life, we think beyond basic benefits to provide a total rewards package including, but not limited to: *Medical/Dental/Vision/Life Insurance*Health Savings Account contributions*Paid holidays plus PTO*401(k) plan & contributions*Professional development & tuition reimbursement opportunities*A culture that supports work-life balance*An environment where collaboration is key*Volunteer opportunities - on company time*Environmentally conscious business decisions*10,000+ employees and career opportunities nationwide QualificationsMaster's degree in industrial safety or closely related technical field.Minimum 3 yrs. of progressive relevant safety experience in industrial setting or closely related field. Must be experienced in application of OSHA, NFPA, NEC, ANSI and other applicable codes and regulations.Demonstrate competency in program design, implementation, performance measurement and evaluation, process improvement, and consulting skills.Possess a hands-on approach with a sense of urgency, ability to manage under pressure; manage multiple priorities and projects.
Asso Shop Floor Tech
DescriptionPURPOSE OF POSITIONThis entry level position will be responsible for participating in efforts to backup, maintain and assist in the upgrade of the hardware/software running the computerized equipment executing the Shop Floor applications. This position assists modeling and documenting consistency across the current Shop Floor systems to support root cause analysis and permanent solutions for issues affecting up-time for the Shop Floor systems running the vinyl business. This position will work in partnership with IT to resolve and deploy and solutions for issues affecting manufacturingPRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIESAssist with ensuring that manufacturing computer systems and related devices are properly maintained.Assist with developing and delivering user training documentation.Provide input to policies, processes, procedures and presentations on new systems and upgrades.Mentor and train manufacturing associates on the standards, best practices and processes to utilize the software applications that run the Shop Floor equipment.Serve as a point of contact for manufacturing users to resolve technical inquiries and requests.Troubleshoot and resolve Shop Floor Technology system issues including integration to other systems.Work pro-actively to identify potential issues; recommend and implement preventative measures.Partner with internal and external plant IT teams for resolutions, as needed.Assist with ensuring that the integrity of manufacturing data files is maintained through audits, database comparatives, flowcharts, specification sheets and integration configurations.Participate in efforts to keep abreast of technological advances and opportunities for continued evolution of the site's Shop Floor Technology solutions.Participate in entry level technical projects such as implementing productivity tools, user interface improvement, software updates and hardware upgrades.Actively participate in internal Shop Floor Technology user group for knowledge and best practice sharing.QualificationsAssociates or technical degree/certificate related to engineering, computer science, related field or equivalent work experience.A+, NETWORK+, CCNA certifications preferred.3+ years of experience providing technical support in a manufacturing environment.Demonstrable skills in setting up, upgrading, troubleshooting and repairing computer systems.Strong communication skills including oral, written and graphical.Good organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects with tight deadlines.Demonstrated project team experience as an active participant.Basic familiarity with software development life cycle and structured project management methodology.Commitment to Equal Employment Opportunity & Respectful WorkplaceIt is the policy of Silver Line by Andersen Corporation., including the applicable employing subsidiary to maintain a work environment that is free from discrimination, including unlawful harassment. Silver Line by Andersen Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.
Asso Shop Floor Tech
DescriptionPURPOSE OF POSITIONThis entry level position will be responsible for participating in efforts to backup, maintain and assist in the upgrade of the hardware/software running the computerized equipment executing the Shop Floor applications. This position assists modeling and documenting consistency across the current Shop Floor systems to support root cause analysis and permanent solutions for issues affecting up-time for the Shop Floor systems running the vinyl business. This position will work in partnership with IT to resolve and deploy and solutions for issues affecting manufacturingPRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIESAssist with ensuring that manufacturing computer systems and related devices are properly maintained.Assist with developing and delivering user training documentation.Provide input to policies, processes, procedures and presentations on new systems and upgrades.Mentor and train manufacturing associates on the standards, best practices and processes to utilize the software applications that run the Shop Floor equipment.Serve as a point of contact for manufacturing users to resolve technical inquiries and requests.Troubleshoot and resolve Shop Floor Technology system issues including integration to other systems.Work pro-actively to identify potential issues; recommend and implement preventative measures.Partner with internal and external plant IT teams for resolutions, as needed.Assist with ensuring that the integrity of manufacturing data files is maintained through audits, database comparatives, flowcharts, specification sheets and integration configurations.Participate in efforts to keep abreast of technological advances and opportunities for continued evolution of the site's Shop Floor Technology solutions.Participate in entry level technical projects such as implementing productivity tools, user interface improvement, software updates and hardware upgrades.Actively participate in internal Shop Floor Technology user group for knowledge and best practice sharing.QualificationsAssociates or technical degree/certificate related to engineering, computer science, related field or equivalent work experience.A+, NETWORK+, CCNA certifications preferred.3+ years of experience providing technical support in a manufacturing environment.Demonstrable skills in setting up, upgrading, troubleshooting and repairing computer systems.Strong communication skills including oral, written and graphical.Good organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects with tight deadlines.Demonstrated project team experience as an active participant.Basic familiarity with software development life cycle and structured project management methodology.Commitment to Equal Employment Opportunity & Respectful WorkplaceIt is the policy of Silver Line by Andersen Corporation., including the applicable employing subsidiary to maintain a work environment that is free from discrimination, including unlawful harassment. Silver Line by Andersen Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.
Logistics Team Lead 2nd Shift
DescriptionAndersen Corporation is the market leader and most recognized brand among builders in the window and patio door industry with +13,000 employees. The Andersen Division features product lines like Silver Line, American Craftsman, 100 Series, 200 Series, 400 Series, A-Series and E-Series. In 2006, Andersen Corporation purchased Silver Line Window and Door Company. Now known as Silver Line by Andersen Corporation, which is the #1 manufacture of vinyl windows and doors that are energy efficient, low maintenance solution that add beauty and charm to any home. EXPERIENCE Andersen Corporation HOW WILL YOU MAKE A DIFFERENCE LOGISTICS TEAM LEAD - 2ND SHIFTPRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES (Include but are not limited to):Train and provide feedback to new and existing associates *Learn, and support 5S, etc.*Follow and execute Supervisors direction on decisions related to operations and personnel*Lead and support development of disciplined and high performing work teams*Lead and assist Associates when needed*Assist supervisor in day to day activities to efficiently manage department(s)*Work with other departments to keep service failures at a minimum*Communicate daily status and expectations to associates via "Stand Up" Meetings.*Maintain safe work area insure all accidents and near misses are reported immediately *Perform daily load quality and safety audits*Maintain line of communication between shiftsQualifications____________________________________________________________________________________QUALIFICATION AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS:*2 years proven warehouse lead/supervisory experience and ability to effectively manage a staff of 20+ employees.*Demonstrate ability to work and motivate Associates.*Ability to effectively recommend performance improvement plans where necessary. *Ability to communicate department goals, objectives and processes with employees.*Ability to drive continuous improvement (demonstrates initiative and follows trough).*Ability to communicate effectively English (bilingual preferred) at all levels within the organization and possess strong interpersonal skills.*Strong attention to detail and ability to manage multiple tasks and work under pressure, possessing an exceptional sense of urgency.*Intermediate working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook).*Ability to manage warehouse staff and directly with all shifts by dividing/balancing time across multiple shifts and having flexibility to work off-shift hours, including nights and/or weekends.Hours of operation:2nd Shift: 4:00pm- 12:30am (OT Hours: 4:00pm- 2:30am) Including SaturdaysBenefits: Medical/Dental/Vision/Life insurancePaid time off (PTO)Paid holidays401(k) planProfessional developmentTuition reimbursementTotal Rewards:A culture that supports work-life balance An environment where collaboration is key Volunteer opportunities - on company timeTraining & career progressionCommitment to Equal Employment Opportunity & Respectful WorkplaceIt is the policy of Silver Line by Andersen Corporation., including the applicable employing subsidiary to maintain a work environment that is free from discrimination, including unlawful harassment. Silver Line by Andersen Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.
Logistics Team Lead 2nd Shift
DescriptionAndersen Corporation is the market leader and most recognized brand among builders in the window and patio door industry with +13,000 employees. The Andersen Division features product lines like Silver Line, American Craftsman, 100 Series, 200 Series, 400 Series, A-Series and E-Series. In 2006, Andersen Corporation purchased Silver Line Window and Door Company. Now known as Silver Line by Andersen Corporation, which is the #1 manufacture of vinyl windows and doors that are energy efficient, low maintenance solution that add beauty and charm to any home. EXPERIENCE Andersen Corporation HOW WILL YOU MAKE A DIFFERENCE LOGISTICS TEAM LEAD - 2ND SHIFTPRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES (Include but are not limited to):Train and provide feedback to new and existing associates *Learn, and support 5S, etc.*Follow and execute Supervisors direction on decisions related to operations and personnel*Lead and support development of disciplined and high performing work teams*Lead and assist Associates when needed*Assist supervisor in day to day activities to efficiently manage department(s)*Work with other departments to keep service failures at a minimum*Communicate daily status and expectations to associates via "Stand Up" Meetings.*Maintain safe work area insure all accidents and near misses are reported immediately *Perform daily load quality and safety audits*Maintain line of communication between shiftsQualifications____________________________________________________________________________________QUALIFICATION AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS:*2 years proven warehouse lead/supervisory experience and ability to effectively manage a staff of 20+ employees.*Demonstrate ability to work and motivate Associates.*Ability to effectively recommend performance improvement plans where necessary. *Ability to communicate department goals, objectives and processes with employees.*Ability to drive continuous improvement (demonstrates initiative and follows trough).*Ability to communicate effectively English (bilingual preferred) at all levels within the organization and possess strong interpersonal skills.*Strong attention to detail and ability to manage multiple tasks and work under pressure, possessing an exceptional sense of urgency.*Intermediate working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook).*Ability to manage warehouse staff and directly with all shifts by dividing/balancing time across multiple shifts and having flexibility to work off-shift hours, including nights and/or weekends.Hours of operation:2nd Shift: 4:00pm- 12:30am (OT Hours: 4:00pm- 2:30am) Including SaturdaysBenefits: Medical/Dental/Vision/Life insurancePaid time off (PTO)Paid holidays401(k) planProfessional developmentTuition reimbursementTotal Rewards:A culture that supports work-life balance An environment where collaboration is key Volunteer opportunities - on company timeTraining & career progressionCommitment to Equal Employment Opportunity & Respectful WorkplaceIt is the policy of Silver Line by Andersen Corporation., including the applicable employing subsidiary to maintain a work environment that is free from discrimination, including unlawful harassment. Silver Line by Andersen Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.
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