Production Supervisor

  • 51150
  • 19 Nov 2018
  • Milford, NH
  • Manufacturing
  • $60,000 - $80,000
  • Scott Heimberg

Job Description

Production Supervisor

The Operation Supervisor leads the manufacturing team to ensure department metrics are achieved in a safe, timely, quality, cost efficient and productive manner. Manages production schedules; is accountable for the achievement of area performance objectives, product quality, variable costs, productivity, and throughput. Will be a key driver in development of advanced methods and techniques to meet production goals.

  • Responsible for supervision of department employees including training, discipline, development and staffing recommendations.
  • Provide the leadership for development and implementation of effective systems for improving internal and external quality, cost improvements, and on-time delivery to the customer requirements.
  • Coordinate production with required schedules to meet customer requirements. Control flow of product, materials and utilization of labor throughout department.
  • Directs and approves, following financial department guidelines, all requisitions for maintenance activities and purchase of department consumables.
  • Effectively develop and coach employees with emphasis on building a winning team.
  • Coordinate department priorities and communicate daily with the engineering, quality, production control, finance, human resources, other production areas and vendors.
  • Effectively collaborate with manufacturing engineers to achieve scrap, cost and safety requirements.
  • Manage, direct and coordinate all activities related to the area to maximize productivity and minimize cost while achieving safety, quality and throughput targets.
  • Review and plan for daily/ weekly/ quarterly labor, equipment, and supply requirements to achieve the departmental throughput while meeting and exceeding the productivity targets.

? This position reports to the Area Operations Manager


? Knowledge ERP systems.
? Interpersonal skills working comfortably with management and professional staff along with the hourly shop employees.

  • Bachelor Degree in Business or Engineering or equivalent experience
  • 3 to 5 years of progressive manufacturing leadership experience and responsibility in a machining or foundry environment
  • Must have demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks and priorities and easily adapt to changing situations and priorities.
  • Requires that the incumbent be highly organized, self-motivated individual who can work independently as well as work effectively in a collaborative team environment.
  • Must have demonstrated abilities to lead people and get results through others, with excellent verbal and written communication skills or the ability to develop the skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to develop, execute and deliver results in conformance with action plans.

Scott was very great to work with. I always knew where I stood in the process, had great response time with him and was a great person just to talk to and bounce ideas off of. I highly recommend him and feel as if I made a great friend in the process.
Christina Keller