Manufacturing Supervisor


  • Managing manufacturing activities during the designated shift by leading and motivating shift employees in all areas including safety, efficiency, loss management, quality, and continuous improvement (TPM).
  • Meeting legislative requirements, providing instruction in regard to safety procedures and supporting plant SHEQ initiatives as required (DuPont Program, GMP, Hygiene, 5S,etc..)
  • Accountable for the productivity of the site during off-shifts. This requires contacting appropriate resources for issue resolution, providing alternative duties in the event of breakdown or material shortage.
  • Monitoring general performance and behavior of employees, and adjusting crewing or call in replacements as necessary. This requires interfacing with Facilities Support, Material Planning, Quality Support, Warehouse and other department supervisors to ensure efficient operation to meet plant goals.
  • Utilizing Kronos Timekeeping System to maintain weekly record of hours worked, along with explanation of overtime hours worked and ensures hours worked, vacation, personal hours, absences, etc. are correctly documented so employees are paid accurately.
  • Participating in the development of the annual site manufacturing budget and controlling fixed and variable cost expenditures.
  • Promoting and maintaining a safety oriented culture.
  • Other duties may be assigned.

You re a born leader:
Fostering positive employee relations as well as identifying opportunities for improvement.

You re a strategy guru:
Driving UL SHEQ culture by protecting employee s health and safety, ensuring compliance of all regulatory and plant safety rules.

You re a story teller:
Regularly cascading/communicating site targets and goals from the Leadership Team to shift crews, consistently and accurately.

You re a teacher:
Facilitating required training programs to employees. (SHE, TPM, QA, etc.)

What You ll Need To Succeed

Bachelor s degree in Engineering, Supply Chain or related field.

Minimum of 2 years of Manufacturing Environment experience as a supervisor.

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