Production Supervisor - 1st Shift

Production Supervisor - First Shift
Marion, Ohio
Salary up to $65K
Non-automotive manufacturer is seeking a production supervisor to lead and direct the manufacturing operations on first shift.
Daily you will be responsible for your assigned area's safety, quality of manufactured goods, on-time delivery, cost and inventory accuracy.
Responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:
Maintain a safe working environment
Support strategic plans of upper level management
Meet established production goals through empowering your manufacturing team
Ensure employees are capable of producing a quality product
Manage the production schedule and make needed adjustments
Establish process improvements, including scrap reductions and efficiency improvements
Make changes and updates to production and quality boards
Complete production documentation
Lead and mentor the hourly workforce
Assist with employment decisions, including hiring and discipline
Resolve employee issues
Other related duties as assigned
Candidates should have strong leadership abilities, be able to work independently, have the desire to coach and lead others, and be process oriented and able to hold others accountable.
This is a salary position that will offer benefits.

REQUIREMENTS for the Production Supervisor:
A minimum of a high school diploma or GED
At least 5 years of production supervision experience
Experience working in manufacturing environments
Experience overseeing at least 20 individuals
A proven track record of manufacturing process improvements
Microsoft Office, including Word and Excel
Skills preferred, but not required:
Lean or Six Sigma methodologies
Metal fabrication experience
ERP or MRP knowledge
Candidates are required to be local to the opportunity; there is not a relocation package being offered at this time.

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