Production Supervisor (Administrative)
The Production Supervisor is responsible for assisting the Production Manager and Assistant Production Manager in organizing and supervising work in the Production Department. Performs other duties as required and reports to the Assistant Production Manager and Production Manager.
- Assists Assistant Production Manager in monitoring changes in work methods and/or equipment usage to improve labor utilization, production efficiency and department expenses.
- Assists in conducting new hire and ongoing trainings in all production departments in conjunction with Team Leads.
- Assists in execution of company production policies, procedures and standards.
- Assists in monitoring and ensuring that standards for production, quality, housekeeping and safety are met.
- Maintains proficiency, and is responsible for training in all of the responsibilities of a Production employee.
- Responsible for evaluating tasks and responsibilities of Production employees and recommending recognition and disciplinary actions.
- Responsible for coordinating and conducting monthly safety trainings in conjunction with Area Team Leads.
- Assists in supervising Area Team Leads to ensure proper execution of tasks as directed by Assistant Production Manager and Production Manager.
- Provides feedback and recommendations as needed to Assistant Production Manager and Production Manager.
- Follow written and verbal instructions, attend meetings, and perform other tasks as directed by Assistant Production Manager and Production Manager.
- Good organizational skills.
- Ability to lead, and motivate.
- Recognize colors, sizes and types of product. Count, add and subtract accurately.
- Good verbal and written communication skills in English, ability to comprehend and follow direction, as well as good time management skills and being a team player.
- High School graduation or similar experience.
Typical Physical Activity
- Physical Demands/Requirements consist of standing, sitting, walking, stooping, driving a forklift, grasping, moving equipment, pushing, pulling, moving loaded carts weighing up to 500 lbs., reading, speaking, hearing, and lifting up to 60 lbs.
- Recognize colors, sizes and types of product and count, add and subtract accurately.
Typical Environmental Conditions
- Production areas of a typical industrial laundry facility which includes variations in temperature, odors, humidity, lint and dust.
- Occasionally, to visit customers or possibly to attend training meetings.