Production Supervisor - 2nd Shift

Orrville, OH
Full Time

Essential Job Functions/Responsibilities:

  • Supports and maintains standards for safety, quality, and productivity
  • Follows and enforces all safety and quality procedures and practices
  • Supports the Nuclear Safety Culture
  • Performs pre-job briefs, toolbox talks, weekly surveillances and turnover updates
  • Observes work and monitor operations to ensure that employees conform to production or processing standards
  • Conducts on-the-job training for new and current employees and verifies monthly training modules are complete
  • Understands and communicates specifications, drawings, work instructions and communicates them to employees
  • Communicates with other supervisors to coordinate operations and activities within or between departments
  • Plans and establishes work schedules, assignments, and production sequence to meet/exceed production goals
  • Makes suggestions to continual improve processes and engages employees to actively participate
  • Inspects materials, products, or equipment to detect defects or malfunctions
  • Monitors equipment parameters/temperatures throughout the shift
  • Performs minor maintenance or pm activities 
  • Ensures the plant standards of housekeeping are enforced
  • Shuts down plant at the end of the week
  • Monitors attendance, payroll times and cost codes for employees
  • Addresses employee issues, working with HR to resolve concerns

Qualifications and Requirements:

  • High School or Equivalent Degree
  • 3 + years of management experience in a manufacturing setting preferred
  • Intermediate computer skills (Microsoft Office Suite) preferred
  • Communication skills to present information to individuals/groups, ability to listen and respond to others
  • Organizational and time-management skills to achieve established goals
  • Interpersonal skills to develop and maintain relationships with others, encourage teamwork and cooperation
  • Leadership skills to coordinate, facilitate, and participate in a collaborative approach to complete tasks and assignments
  • Must report to work routinely and promptly
  • Read and understand engineering and quality documents such as drawings, procedures, work orders
  • Read and write operating procedures and work instruction/travelers

Physical Demands:

  • General physical mobility required. Must be able to stand, walk, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, reach, push, pull, lift, grasp, feel, and use repetitive motion
  • Ability to stand or sit at a workstation for extended periods of time
  • Ability to lift up to fifty (50) lbs
  • Have a normal range of hearing and eyesight to record, prepare and communicate
  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this job

NOTE:  This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee may perform other related duties as assigned.


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