Shop Supervisor (Packaging Solutions)

The supervisor will supervise, plan, direct, and control the daily activities of both direct and indirect hourly employees. The supervisor is responsible to oversee all activities of these groups in respect to their performance of assigned tasks.  Creates and executes daily work plans based on department priorities to ensure schedule adherence. Supports the development and implementation of continuous improvement activities related to Packaging Solutions Operations including, but not limited to, establishing best practices, standard work instructions, safety culture and habits, and good housekeeping techniques.   This position is required to interact with all levels of personnel and departments within the company. The most frequent contacts are with Production Control, Logistics, department managers, Project Engineers, Drafters, Human Resources, Procurement, and Quality Assurance personnel.   Customer contact and travel is infrequent, but required on an as needed basis. Responsibilities Responsible for all activities pertaining to Packaging Solutions manufacturing operations. Directs and controls activities such as: shop floor manufacturing, execution of production schedules, quality, etc. Devise motivational and developmental procedures for all subordinates to perform their assigned duties to the best of their abilities in a manner consistent with company goals. Initiate methods to control efficiency levels of Packaging Solutions manufacturing operations. Take necessary action to insure that products are produced at the lowest possible cost and in the shortest possible lead-time. Create monitoring procedures to control scrap & rework costs. Manage coordinated efforts to eliminate the root cause of quality problems through the Root Cause Corrective Action System and employee recommendations. Assist Project Engineering and Drafting in solving quality/manufacturing/design problems. Initiate methods to monitor and control product costs of critical component parts. Devise appropriate action plans to resolve labor problems fairly. Administers company rules and policies. Participates in development of plant layout changes. Administers a program of good housekeeping in all areas of responsibility, monitors safety problems and fosters a work safe environment. Monitors and controls ISO 9000 requirements in all areas of responsibility. Participates in the hiring or discharging of personnel. Participates in disciplinary procedures with shop personnel. Responsible for preparing and implementing employee training programs. Qualifications A technical background (seminars, undergraduate courses, etc.) in the field of manufacturing, welding, assembly, testing, or other areas related to fabrication. Job experience should include a minimum of five years of experience in a manufacturing position. Intermediate level computer literacy. Strong organizational and interpersonal skills as well as verbal and written communication skills. Additional skills would include the ability to motivate and administrate personnel, possesses analytical capability and problem solving techniques. P02118
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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