Plant Shift Supervisor

Company Name:
Scholle Corporation
Location: Northlake, Illinois, USA
Job Code: 275
# of openings: 1
Lead a shift of production personnel by providing leadership, guidance and follow-through in support of the production operations plan. The focus of the job is to maximize production and improve safety and quality of the shift with the available resources. This role supervises activities of all departments by performing the following duties during a 12 hour shift. Continuously look for ways to develop the talents and improve effectiveness of plant personnel. A Department Manager is responsible for these duties if the Plant Shift Supervisor is vacant.
The following duties and responsibilities are representative and may be expanded.
Supervise and provide daily guidance to shift personnel in the plant.
Effectively communicate significant business and production issues.
Interpret and communicate company policies to associates and enforces safety regulations and programs.
Communicate and enforce high expectations of quality and production standards.
Work with personnel to determine root causes of quality and safety issues.
Effectively interact with other manufacturing departments and support groups within the organization.
Recommends measures to improve safety, production methods, equipment performance, and quality of product.
Foster and drive Lean principles using Continuous Improvement approach (i.e., Kaizen, 5s, Standard Work etc.).
Suggest changes in working conditions and use of equipment to improve safety, quality, and OEE.
Analyze and resolve work problems, or assist workers in solving their own work problems.
Initiates or suggests plans to motivate associates to achieve work goals.
Perform administrative duties competently (i.e., ADP, ERP (LN) Inventory transactions, production reports, performance evaluations, safety investigation reports, etc.).
Completion of special project assignments.
Maintain vacation and timekeeping records and schedules.
Develop talents of associates by supporting the Pay for Skills Program and Lean High Performance Work teams.
Directly supervises all employees in the manufacturing departments. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, training, planning, directing work, appraising performance, addressing complaints and resolving problems.
COMPETENCIES: Job Family Professional
Equipment Mastery Communications
GMPs & Food Safety Fundamentals Decision making (KT)
Lean/Six Sigma Fundamentals People Development / Mgmt
Manufacturing Execution Results Focused
Preventative Maintenance Working Environment/Safety
Bachelors degree is required, with a technical field of study preferred
One to two years of related experience in a manufacturing environment preferred
Additional education in quality, safety, mechanical or electrical areas desired
Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office products is desired
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