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The Shift Supervisor is responsible for the oversight of assigned shift safety, up time, quality, waste, rate, and cost performance of the asset. Responsible for leading and directing people to perform assigned job duties, adhere to basic expectations, and rigorous execution of JSAs, SOPS, 6S, and systems.
Tracking and directing all parts manufactured as needed for work order.
Overseeing production rate of skilled labor to monitor workflow, efficiency and quality.
Issuing corrective action notifications for program areas failing to meet the quality / delivery expectations.
Consistently evaluating / documenting personnel performance as needed.
Managing housekeeping of entire production area
Supervising, overseeing and directing all mold techs, team leaders, and machine operators in their daily performance of job duties as it pertains to their productivity, quality of product manufactured, housekeeping and safety.
Training assignments of new associates, evaluate progress during 90 day probationary period, recommends discharge or retention.
Conducting all counseling and written warnings, suspensions and discharges for warranted violations of plant rules.
Managing all department employees, including but not limited to: approve or deny vacation requests, time card verification, monitor attendance and taken disciplinary action if necessary, accident investigation and assigning daily work assignments.
Ensuring that all hours worked by associates are accurate in the attendance system and verify all time cards of all hourly associates working on their shift.
In the event of an injury, for preparing all accident reports by thoroughly investigating the accident. Interview all witnesses and see that the injured employee receives medical treatment.
High school education or GED equivalent
7+ years in a manufacturing environment
5 years of supervision experience
Good communication skills
Basic math skills
Proficient in MS Office
Knowledge of lean manufacturing principles/ Six Sigma
Strong problem-solving skills
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