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Role Summary: Reporting directly to the Shop Operations Manager, the Manufacturing Specialist - Production Supervision will provide direction and supervision to a manufacturing team. in order to meet assigned objectives. In this role, you will work within defined parameters under the direction / discretion of the MSO to take decisions, apply concepts to issues of moderate complexity, and resolve issues through immediate action or short-term planning.
Essential Responsibilities: As the Manufacturing Specialist - Production Supervision, you will:
Support / guide hourly employees
Drive daily schedule attainment to meet all internal & external production commitments with top quality parts at the lowest cost, highest OEE, PMPro tool status reporting and documentation & improve Quality, Service and EHS
Assure material availability
Assure daily standard work is followed and attained
Develop, coordinate, lead and execute daily production plans
Work with Engineering and Product Service to identify root causes and solve quality issues
Report product defects ensuring these are resolved and report solutions
Assure Quality reporting (QMS) discipline towards 100% compliance
Labor: report daily on SAP production allocated by work center
Review daily efficiencies and fix areas with efficiency issues through Lean
Drive daily Gemba walks and PDCA’s identification and closing, working and supporting LEAN initiatives since Vega Alta is a LEAN model site
Participate & drive Lean events on area
Develop and implement a cross training program to gain labor flexibility across the area
Time attendance – Payroll System
Enter miss punches, vacation & Illness
Coordinate vacation plan for employees
Accomplish goals while maintaining high team morale, employee involvement, safety and teamwork
Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or Business Administration
Minimum of 2 years of supervisory experience and a minimum of 3 years of experience in a manufacturing environment, with tool and/or machine experience
Strong oral and written communication skills
Strong interpersonal and leadership skills
Ability to work independently
Strong problem solving skills
Green Belt Certified or equivalent quality certification
Strong leadership skills, in order to motivate the workforce to achieve aggressive production, quality, and scrap goals
Knowledge concerning fabrication, molding and assembly techniques
Able to mentally visualize and comprehend all aspects of a manufacturing equipment problem, understand the interrelationships of factors affecting a given situation, and be attentive to detail
Capable of efficiently integrating existing methods with new innovations to economically solve production problems in a timely manner
Has initiative and able to work effectively with little direction and/or few guidelines
Strong time management skills required
Hands on experience with Lean events
Fully Bilingual - English and Spanish
Basic knowledge on compliance with EHS regulations and requirements
Proficiency in Microsoft Office and advanced computer operations
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