Production Supervisor

Production Supervisor
Division A - North America Steering
Job Description
Position Responsibilities:
+ Maintains operation of assigned area within the Operating Plan budget and manpower, meeting production schedules and quality standards.
+ Ensures safety procedures are adhered to and hazards eliminated.
+ Supervises and coaches assigned employees.
+ Monitors manpower within work area.
+ Communicates daily to upper management and customer base.
+ Assigns tasks to individuals working within work area.
+ Enables assigned team members to meet responsibilities for continuous quality and production improvements, preventive maintenance, customer service, safety, housekeeping, controllable cost planning, methods and equipment utilization.
+ Seeks ways to improve operations, cost effectiveness and product quality to meet, or exceed, customer satisfaction.
+ Assists work team in securing appropriate resources to meet or exceeds its goals.
+ Communicates the production schedule.
+ Works with engineering on special projects as needed for assigned area.
+ Communicates Quality alerts as appropriate.
+ Maintains production within work area by observing employees and assisting when necessary.
+ Maintains inventory records within work area.
+ Understands and generates plans for manpower and associated budgets.
+ Works with support groups to ensure work area?s success.
Required Education and Experience
Education: BS in technical or related field preferred. Two years + manufacturing and leadership experience.
Experience and Skill Requirements
Experience: Two plus years manufacturing experience preferred. Six Sigma Green Belt status preferred.
Additional Skills, Knowledge or Abilities (non-physical):
1. Verbal and written communication skills
Additional Skills, Knowledge or Abilities (physical)
1. Physical stamina to work overtime hours consecutively
2. Physical strength to lift and maneuver heavy parts
3. Physical agility to reach
4. Hearing proficiency
Position Status
Salaried Full-Time
Functional Area
United States
Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer M/F/D/V

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