Production Supervisor

Company Name:
Dana Corporation
Production Supervisor
Job ID #: 10282
Location: St. Clair MI USA - St. Clair, MI, US - 2020 Chris - 272
Profession: Operations
Employment Type: Full-Time Regular
Education Required: High School Diploma/GED
Relocation Provided:
Experience Required: 3 - 5 Years
Description / Requirements
Job Title: Production Supervisor 2nd Shift
Department: Production
Reports to: Manufacturing Manager
Supervise, mentor, coach and train all employees and manage the flow of production, maintenance, and warehousing.
Monitor shop floor safety, assess training opportunities and actively participate in Health and Safety initiatives.
Ensure production schedule is effectively executed.
Properly and accurately input daily production information into Dana KPI database.
Support, enforce, communicate and comply with all company rules and policies.
Assure good housekeeping throughout facility.
Effectively coach employees regarding performance and/or disciplinary issues.
Effectively manage hourly workforce as required to meet production schedules including overtime requirements.
Actively participate in all aspects of quality control as it related to daily production.
Fill in on production line for breaks and lunch when necessary.
Monitor paid time off and attendance of employees. Coach employees to improve attendance when appropriate.
Facilitate, monitor and document employee training. Ensure all employees are sufficiently trained to perform their duties as assigned.
Perform other duties as assigned or required.
Requires a high school diploma or GED; bachelor degree is an asset.
Manufacturing supervision and/or management experience is a must.
Experience supervising a union workforce an asset.
Mechanical experience preferred.
Demonstrated interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
MS Office proficiency, Excel and PowerPoint in particular.
Demonstrated reliability.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against applicants due to race, ethnicity, gender, veteran status, or on the basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.

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