While working as the 2nd shift manufacturing supervisor, you will direct the development and implementation of activities in production area(s) to meet production goals including safety, quality, customer service, productivity, and lean manufacturing objectives. Prioritize production based on customer demand, staffing levels, equipment efficiency, and materials supply. Plan and administer procedures and budgets. Make budgetary recommendations including capital expenditures and direct/indirect labor levels. Select, develop, and evaluate personnel to ensure the efficient operation of the function.
Schedules work through the various manufacturing and/or test cell(s) and manages the floor space to assure adequate flow of production. For continuous flow cells, manages line balance ensuring the pacing process is adequately staffed to maintain desired output levels.
Perform regular daily audits of key processes to ensure optimum process performance.
Respond to test and production problems by personally investigating and resolving such problems with hourly and salaried personnel to assure a continuing flow of product. Utilize formal problem solving methodologies (8D, DMAIC, PDCA, etc) to discover and eliminate root cause.
Maintain department/cell metrics utilizing visual management techniques. Ensure all direct reports understand their cell metrics and how they impact/improve each metric. Prepare associates to lead the report-out of metrics weekly to management.
Support PFEP (Plan For Every Part) initiatives to ensure assurance of supply and minimize non-value-added activities.
Create and coach factory teams, assign and monitor hourly personnel in test and/or assembly areas to accomplish daily production and repair schedules to Rockwell Automation quality standards.
Develop, plan and implement continuous quality improvement through teams within the area of responsibility to attain World Class Quality.
Coach teams in maintaining accurate reporting of employee time and work performance within the area.
In conjunction with manufacturing teams and support personnel, develop and implement new or enhanced policies and procedures for test and/or assembly.
Develop and implement action plans to meet department goals in the areas of labor efficiency, labor utilization, housekeeping, on-time shipments and productivity improvements.
Promote an awareness of state-of-the-art manufacturing concepts and practices utilizing Rockwell Production System techniques.
Collaborate with production planners, customer service, and other management team members to set work priorities to satisfy customers.
Develop and adhere to leader standard work. Monitor/update/approve standard work for department/cell team leads and audit adherence to standard work for production associates.
Use personal computer and mainframe programs to obtain, organize, and analyze data and to prepare charts and reports. Software skills required in word processing, spreadsheet, and SAP.
Conducts tasks in accordance with applicable health, safety, quality, and environmental regulations (state/federal laws, ISO9001, ISO14001, etc.) as well as Rockwell Automation policies and procedures.
Encourage employee involvement in and ownership of continuous improvement activities focused on waste reduction.
Reward and recognize associates on a regular basis and support programs that encourage employee involvement and recognition.
Maintain our union-free environment through timely and accurate communication to employees, maintaining a safe work environment, giving timely performance feedback to employees beyond the yearly written appraisals, and cultivating a team approach within the department.
Bachelor's Degree required in Engineering, Supply Chain and/or Operations Management.
- Willing and able to work 2nd shift.
- Prior leadership position in a manufacturing environment.
- Legal authorization to work in the U.S. is required. We will not sponsor individuals for employment visas for this job opening.
- Any offer of employment is conditional upon the successful completion of a background investigation and drug screen.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to the job. They are not intended to be an all-encompassing list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified. Reasonable accommodations to essential functions of the job will be made if necessary.
Operations & Engineering Services
Supply Chain and Operations
Mequon - Wisconsin
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