Job Title: Production Supervisor
FLSA Status: Exempt
Date: July 2017
Reports To: Value Stream Manager
Provides Direction To: Two or more Production Lead persons and Production Employees
Under general supervision, organize, coordinate and supervise the daily operations and activities of the production department, possibly on multiple work shifts; and perform related work as assigned. Ensure that cost, volume and quality targets are achieved in accordance with established objectives.
Examples of Essential Functions:
Work with Supply Chain Buyer/Planner to coordinate, organize, schedule and assign work to production lead personnel given company priorities and needs to ensure that daily and monthly shipping goals are attained.
Supervises, selects, trains, assigns and evaluates the work of subordinate personnel; maintains and updates training matrix for employees.
Communicates and enforces quality and safety standards and ensures production equipment is fully operational.
Distributes and maintains updated DPMs, test procedures and SOPs in the department.
Prepares and maintains first pass yield logs.
Oversees and monitors attendance, timecards, time-off and performance reviews for production personnel.
Prepares and distributes maintenance work orders and monthly reports including job accidents and special reports.
Maintains and recommends acquisition or replacement of production equipment, tools and supplies.
Recommends staffing deployment and operating improvement in work methods, standards and procedures.
Investigates and resolves assembly problems and related quality issues, either directly or with the Team, and recommends solutions to management.
The preceding functions have been provided as examples of the types of work performed by employees assigned to this job classification. Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind work assignments and to make reasonable accommodations as needed.
Required: Five (5) or more years of supervisory experience in a high volume production environment including three (3) years of experience in assembly operations and related work. Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in Industrial, Manufacturing, or other engineering field.
Production operations, methods and techniques; equipment set up, functions and operation procedures; procedures on inspection, quality assurance, safety requirements and shipping practices, methods and procedures; knowledge of basic math; hazardous materials handling and emergency response procedures; material management systems and inventory control procedures; principles of supervision, training and personnel administration; computer data entry and applicable software applications.
Operate a computer terminal and related software applications programs.
Analyze, recommend and solve problems; prepare and review departmental reports; operate applicable computer software programs; perform math computations quickly and accurately; organize and complete work as scheduled; understand and follow written and verbal instructions; select, train, assign, supervise and evaluate the work of subordinate personnel; communicate and work cooperatively with subordinates, departmental representatives, management, suppliers and vendors.
Familiarity with Lean Manufacturing or Six Sigma
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For consideration, applicants are required to go to http://www.barksdale.com/en/Career/ and apply. It is required that applicants UPLOAD your resume in WORD FORMAT.
Barksdale, founded in 1949, is a leading manufacturer of highly engineered control products. As a subsidiary of Crane Co. a $3B industrial conglomerate, Barksdale has a leading brand position in instrumentation, with focus on General Industrial, Oil & Gas and Transportation end markets. With proprietary technologies, Barksdale’s, regulators, pressure switches and electronic instrumentation products have carved a niche for themselves in demanding applications. Supported by strong financial standing, the business is positioned to continue double digit annual growth over the next 5 – 10 years.