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Production Supervisor in Wiloughby at United Stars

Date Posted: 8/31/2018

Job Snapshot

Job Description

The basic function of the Production/Shop Supervisor at GearTec, Inc. is to ensure smooth operations with excellent quality and on-time customer delivery. It is to keep machines in the cut, get parts manufactured and shipped on a timely basis and to maintain an adequate, well-trained labor force to achieve monthly shipment and profitability goals. The position requires strong interpersonal skills in dealing with shop employees, along with understanding machining processes. This position is very demanding with full responsibility and accountability for its effectiveness and overall results.


  • DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


The following represents a list of essential duties and responsibilities.


  • Monitor all day-to-day manufacturing, safety and maintenance.

  • Maintain overall responsibility for the general well being of all company Ensure fair and equal treatment of all employees.

  • Ensure the employees are properly trained for the position they fill, and that the company provides a clean and safe work environment for all

  • Conduct regular performance evaluations annually on any personnel who report directly to the Production/Shop Supervisor.

  • Interview, hire and fire as directed by the

  • Reviews and prepares daily/monthly shipping

  • Gets scheduled daily shipments out the door.

  • Works closely with Operations/Engineering Manager and Quality for any manufacturing/delivery problems or

  • Prepares manpower report for employee's hours, availability and skill

  • Manage the shop floor, which includes but is not limited to receiving material, assignment of employee's to jobs and

  • Maximize machine utilization.

  • Review scrap and non-conforming parts working closely with the Quality Department to initiate and solve corrective

  • Take timely continual improvement and corrective actions as necessary to assure that the company remains financial sound, safe, and with limited down time on equipment.

  • Interpret and enforce the company's policies and

  • Ensure a safe working environment and to comply with GearTec & OSHA regulatory policies and procedures by working closely with the Safety Coordinator.

  • Ensures good housekeeping for a clean and neat facility inside and outside.

  • Acts as a primary contact for customer related production and delivery issues.

  • Prior to the expiration of the current year’s 12-month operating budget, work with the President and the Management Team to generate a detailed operating budget for the ensuing 12-month period.

  • Ensure open communications within the company including holding meetings and providing written communications relating to company policies, procedures, and general

  • Reports to the Operations/Engineering Manager, normally on a Flash Report copied to the President or in an emergency in person to either or both.


III. JOB AUTHORITY:


The position is given the authority necessary to conduct, manage and administer all manufacturing matters of the company by the President. This authority includes taking any reasonable action necessary to carry out responsibilities of management, so long as such action does not deviate from established company policies and is consistent with sound business judgment.

Job Requirements

The basic function of the Production/Shop Supervisor at GearTec, Inc. is to ensure smooth operations with excellent quality and on-time customer delivery. It is to keep machines in the cut, get parts manufactured and shipped on a timely basis and to maintain an adequate, well-trained labor force to achieve monthly shipment and profitability goals. The position requires strong interpersonal skills in dealing with shop employees, along with understanding machining processes. This position is very demanding with full responsibility and accountability for its effectiveness and overall results.


  • DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


The following represents a list of essential duties and responsibilities.


  • Monitor all day-to-day manufacturing, safety and maintenance.

  • Maintain overall responsibility for the general well being of all company Ensure fair and equal treatment of all employees.

  • Ensure the employees are properly trained for the position they fill, and that the company provides a clean and safe work environment for all

  • Conduct regular performance evaluations annually on any personnel who report directly to the Production/Shop Supervisor.

  • Interview, hire and fire as directed by the

  • Reviews and prepares daily/monthly shipping

  • Gets scheduled daily shipments out the door.

  • Works closely with Operations/Engineering Manager and Quality for any manufacturing/delivery problems or

  • Prepares manpower report for employee's hours, availability and skill

  • Manage the shop floor, which includes but is not limited to receiving material, assignment of employee's to jobs and

  • Maximize machine utilization.

  • Review scrap and non-conforming parts working closely with the Quality Department to initiate and solve corrective

  • Take timely continual improvement and corrective actions as necessary to assure that the company remains financial sound, safe, and with limited down time on equipment.

  • Interpret and enforce the company's policies and

  • Ensure a safe working environment and to comply with GearTec & OSHA regulatory policies and procedures by working closely with the Safety Coordinator.

  • Ensures good housekeeping for a clean and neat facility inside and outside.

  • Acts as a primary contact for customer related production and delivery issues.

  • Prior to the expiration of the current year’s 12-month operating budget, work with the President and the Management Team to generate a detailed operating budget for the ensuing 12-month period.

  • Ensure open communications within the company including holding meetings and providing written communications relating to company policies, procedures, and general

  • Reports to the Operations/Engineering Manager, normally on a Flash Report copied to the President or in an emergency in person to either or both.


III. JOB AUTHORITY:


The position is given the authority necessary to conduct, manage and administer all manufacturing matters of the company by the President. This authority includes taking any reasonable action necessary to carry out responsibilities of management, so long as such action does not deviate from established company policies and is consistent with sound business judgment.