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Position: Manufacturing Supervisor
Location: Rockland, ME
Start Date: 2016-02-01
Employment Type: Full Time
Hours Per Week: 40 Hours
Shift: 2nd
Starting Pay: $52,500
Benefits: Fisher Engineering offers a comprehensive and competitive benefit package including medical, dental, life, STD, LTD, wellness program, 401k and profit sharing.
Required Education: Associates or two year Technical degree preferred; military training also acceptable. Bachelor degree a plus. Computer skills a plus; i.e. Microsoft Office Tools and Access Database use.
Required Experience: Experience in a manufacturing environment with exposure to shop floor processes. Proven experience managing employees and work in a team environment. Clear and concise communication skills. Mechanically inclined and self-motivated.

Job Summary

The Manufacturing Supervisor will coordinate the activities of production workers on 2nd shift with attention to continuous improvement of safety, quality, delivery and cost. This position requires an understanding of the technical aspects of production processes, with a hands-on approach to effectively manage people. The candidate should have strong aptitude to solve complex problems and create and execute detailed project plans. Duties also include: determining daily production requirements and assign workers to meet outputs, communicate with other supervisors to coordinate operations and activities within and between business units, complete annual evaluations of job performance and administer other company policies, as well as compute business unit performance metrics and communicate the results to management.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

• Enforce safety regulations and take action to remove safety hazards. • Working knowledge of manufacturing processes. • Confer with other BU Supervisors to coordinate operations and activities. Plan and establish work schedules. • Determine daily production and corresponding manpower requirements to meet production targets • Trouble-shoot equipment to maximize up time. • Ensure materials and processes result in the production of products that meet quality standards. • Manage production schedules and resources to level loaded plans which meet customer demand. • Observe, train and coach employees in daily work activities, ensuring that workers conform to safety procedures while maintaining required production levels and using the proper documented operating procedures. • Establish and maintain lean metrics and communicate the results to management. • Plan, lead and execute Kaizen & 3P events throughout the business unit. • Initiate Human Resource actions to select, train, discipline, and terminate shop floor associates. • Support lean culture, drive continuous improvement, and lead projects at home and cross locations.

Other Duties

• Involvement and support for the DD Organization Lean transition through Kaizen, 3P, Daily Continuous Improvement Activity and 6S. • Establish and maintain current state standard of work and identify and prioritize continuous improvement future state opportunities using Cycle Time Observations, Loading Diagrams, Machine/Cell Capacities. • Implementation of SQDC programs. • Establish and maintain MDI SQDC Tracking Boards to identify and prioritize continuous improvement activities. • Execution of SQDC continuous improvement opportunities. • Execution of timely and informative Shop Floor Associate performance reviews to establish improvement plans as related to SQDC and adherence to DD organization policies. • Complete other reasonably related duties as assigned.

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