One of North America's most respected suppliers of building materials is looking for an experienced industrial production supervisor for our local facility.
Responsible for managing the safe production of wet and/or dry products, ensuring
the effective functioning of plant equipment. Provides leadership to the manufacturing team, and
facilitates the production process to ensure the achievement of all manufacturing objectives
including manufacturing, quality, housekeeping, and ensuring the observance of environmental,
health & safety, and other company policies and procedures. Develops high performance work
team with ongoing coaching and direction, both formal and informal.
Working hours: 6 AM - 3 PM
Develops and deploys performance objectives and KPI's for subordinate personnel
communication job expectations, coaching, counseling,and disciplining employees
Selecting, orienting and training employees
Complete production plan by scheduling and assigning personnel
Maintains quality service by establishing and enforcing organization standards
Ensures operation of all equipment
Associates degree in Engineering or Technical field a minimum
Experience in electro-mechanical maintenance
Please apply to this posting and send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
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