Production Supervisor 3rd Shift Or Production Manager

  • Must be able to work 3rd Shift

  • Selects, supervises, develops, evaluates and motivates personnel on their designated shift

  • Ensures operational Scrap Utilization Rate (SUR) goals are met

  • Plans and organizes human resources effectively to maximize productivity, while ensuring safety and quality requirements are adhered to

  • Provides technical leadership to shift personnel, to include: line setup/operation, metrics definition/reporting, testing, troubleshooting, and training facilitation

  • Directs personnel management initiatives to include: attendance tracking, staffing, safety training/reporting, employee performance reviews, counseling and corrective action, and development/retention

  • Makes recommendations on delegation of responsibility and recognize, develop, train and utilize talents and capabilities of all shift personnel

  • Promotes continuous improvement initiatives to include 6S and Lean Manufacturing

  • Develops new materials, tooling and processes to accomplish and improve stated SUR measurements, achieve costs savings, and support new product launches

  • Troubleshoots production issues and implements permanent solutions

  • Reviews and monitors processing changes to "red = react" in Quality Windows

  • Participates in Root Cause Corrective Action meetings to address production issues

  • Develops, maintains and audits process lock down parameters and BOPs

  • Identifies the need for replacement tooling and handles the development of these tools

  • Conducts investigations involving near misses, incidents and accidents and ensure appropriate corrective action is taken

  • Works closely with human resources and in managing workers'' compensation claims and return-to-work program to limit liability

  • Successfully completes professional development initiatives and promotes developmental opportunities to shift personnel

  • Performs additional duties as needed and/or assigned by supervision/ma


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