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Machining Supervisor - 1st shift

Company:
Partners Alliance
Location:
Milford, New Hampshire, United States
Posted:
April 16, 2019

Description:

Job Description

Supervise, direct and coordinate the activities of hourly and/or salaried employees.

Meet set goals in areas such as Line of Balance Requirements, cost goals on labor, efficiency, quality (including scrap and re-work), overtime and overhead expenses, housekeeping and employee turnover.

Maintain a safe working environment and meet established procedures and practices for MSDS, Lock Out/Tag Out, and Safety Committee.

Interview and select employees to be hired.

Ensure proper training and disciplines are maintained.

Complete employee performance reviews on schedule.

Recommend termination and disciplinary action.

Maintain compliance with all company policies and procedures.

Maintain accurate reports on all labor vouchers, scrap logs and process sheets.

Ensure effective maintenance of departmental facilities and equipment, including preventive maintenance programs.

Ensure all handling of hazardous materials meet regulatory requirements and attend regulatory training as required.

Additional Responsibilities:

Make effective and efficient use of equipment and facilities.

Ensure that proper training is provided to all employees.

Maintain compliance with Company policies, safety standards and good housekeeping practices.

Participate in ongoing cost savings projects.

Ensures that all activities and operations are performed in compliance with the company’s Code of Conduct.

Performs other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Associates degree and 2-4 years of supervisory experience.

Must be capable of successfully completing supervisory training as offered by the company, which is acceptable substitute for degree requirement.

Demonstrated supervisory skills in areas such as: leadership, foundations, communications, performance appraisal management, time management, benefits, health and safety, recruiting and interviewing, conflict resolution and ethics and policy.

Must have knowledge and demonstrated abilities in technical manufacturing principles and disciplines and decision making ability requiring mature judgment in the application of technical techniques or developing innovative approaches to technical problems.