Salary Range: $85,000 - $95,000 a year
US work authorization (Required)
Authorization to a background check (Required)
10-panel drug screen (Required)
Degree & Seven (7) plus years’ experience
As the Mill Superintendent/Production Supervisor, you will be responsible for managing and coordinating direct report supervisory personnel and manufacturing activities, utilizing your knowledge of product function, production methods, procedures and machine and equipment capabilities. As a Production Superintendent, you will provide leadership and direction to the production facility including overseeing plant production, materials, equipment, and tools to ensure efficiency is maintained and projects remain on schedule.
Maintain safe and clean work environment by educating and directing personnel on the use of all control points, equipment, and resources; ensure compliance with established OX Engineered Products policies and procedures. Ensure compliance with OSHA and OX Engineered Products regulations and guidelines to uphold quality expectations of customer and company. Partner with Plant Safety Manager to effectively communicate and enforce the safety program to the facility staff. Identify training and development opportunities for facility’s Production Supervisors and monitor progress against performance goals. Manage workforce planning to ensure proper staffing levels to maintain productivity (i.e., order readiness, customer specs, speed trails, etc.) Drive continuous improvement initiatives and monitor all control procedures, recommending improvements to the Plant Manager and/or Director of Operations as appropriate. Ensure all OX Engineered Products standards and customer commitments (i.e., safety, waste reductions, R&D, output, and on-time delivery) are followed within the plant. Develop strong relationships with key members of the organization to better understand the overall business and upstream/downstream connections to prevent possible delays in production, shipment and impact on customer satisfaction. Maintain working relationship with the union by following the terms of the Collective Bargaining Agreement.
What you need to succeed:
Must have a Degree with 7+ years of experience in the corrugated/converting industry and/or manufacturing.
Knowledge of machinery and how to identify issues and troubleshoot equipment. Ability to learn proprietary software programs for the Paper Mill and Production systems in place.
Inspire others to develop themselves and seek out continuous learning opportunities by serving as a role model and seeking out personal developmental opportunities.
Leverage manufacturing knowledge to achieve business objectives, such as to solve problems, develop new ideas, or build the business.
Demonstrate a general ability to use multiple methods for measuring employee performance.
Proven experience with lean and continuous improvement. Ability to communicate effectively to all employees and to customers, both verbally and in writing. Ability to deal effectively with others in challenging situations, using appropriate interpersonal styles and methods to resolve internal and external conflict.
- Technical Support
- Problem Solving
- Provide Actionable Feedback