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POST DATE 9/10/2016
END DATE 11/15/2016
JOB DESCRIPTION2ND SHIFT PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR
POSITION OVERVIEW The Production Supervisor is a member of the KETA Operations staff and his/her mission is to promote Kimball Electronics success. This is accomplished by providing direction and support to the 2nd shift manufacturing cells, by maintaining open communication with all functions, and by defining, communicating, implementing and maintaining the Quality System.
HIGH LEVEL STATEMENT OF THE ROLE
The 2nd Shift Supervisor is responsible for ensuring the quality of the manufacturing of products on a day-to-day basis within the framework of the quality system as well as supervising production personnel.
BACKGROUND REQUIREMENTS (SUPERVISOR)
Consideration for this position requires the following:
- Willingness to work second shift hours
- Prior supervisory experience in a manufacturing environment.
- Experience in printed circuit board assembly preferred.
- Have sound knowledge of Quality Management systems.
- Good computer skills, SAP knowledge.
- Knowledge of production scheduling.
1. KEY PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES
Short Term: (0 to 2 months)
Learn overall manufacturing processes
Learn and understand company policies and guiding principles
Build relationship with team
Participate in Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training courses
Midterm: (3 to 6 months)
Lead the second shift production team to a performance level which will allow for meeting and exceeding operational performance goals.
Participate in evaluation and selection of candidates for open positions.
Conduct feedback sessions with employees focusing on development and improvement.
Administer disciplinary action when necessary.
Complete Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training.
Longer Term: (6 to 12 months)
Complete Green Belt project and become Green Belt certified
Build communications throughout all levels of the organization
Continue to identify areas for improvement to further improve our performance levels in scrap, labor efficiency, WIP, and lead-time