Manufacturing and Production Supervisor


Manufacturing and Production

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Salary Range

Up to USD25.00/hr

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Branch Information

Duluth, MN - (USA) 11 East Superior St Suite 110 MN Duluth , MN - 55802 Phone : 218-727-8891



Job Description

Manufacturing & Production Supervisor

This full time career is with a local company that has been in business for over 100 years. Are you looking to work on the day shift between the hours of 7am and 5pm and NO WEEKENDS. $25 per hour starting pay. This is an excellent career opportunity with a stable company.

You will be responsible for analyzing and resolving production problems, acting as the liaison between the engineering department and the production floor.

In addition, you will coordinate efforts with purchasing, inventory, shipping and receiving to ensure a seamless flow of materials, labor and services. Sales activities such as ensuring customer quality is also an important portion of this career.

The responsibilities and duties of the Manufacturing Engineer/Production Control Supervisor consist of, but are not limited to the following:

Distribute work assignments to shop personnel.

Schedule production for the shop floor and maintain scheduling.

Generate and maintain production records and reports.

Perform capacity planning function and assist production with determining manpower and machine tool requirements.

Maintain labor reporting system/records.

Perform stock checks, distribute Bills of Material, produce routers, requisition material for production.

Work with shop personnel to design and produce fixtures necessary for production.

Recommend and take recommendations from shop personnel to requisition tooling for production.

Resolve technical issues on the shop floor.

Work with local customer network through sales/customer service in job shop work.

Quote and process complete local customer job shop work through the plant.

Assist engineering with new product bids, proposals, and cost estimates.

Assist in qualifying vendors.

Maintain and update welding records as required.

Attend safety meetings and work to insure a safe working environment.

Keep Plant Manager informed of significant issues.

Opening and or closing plant as necessary.

Safety training of shop personnel and maintain safety records per OSHA regulations.

Act as Plant Manager when required.