Industry: Manufacturing Supervisor
Job Number: 48679
HireLevel is hiring a Production Supervisor in St. Louis, MO!
This position will be responsible for ensuring the smooth and efficient operations in the Production Division.
Job Category: Direct Hire, Full Time
Location: St. Louis, MO
Shift Times: 1st shift, Monday- Friday
Similar Positions: Inventory, Production Supervisor, Shipping and Receiving, Warehouse Manager, Plant manager
Compensation of the Production Supervisor:
Additional Responsibilities of the Production Supervisor:
- Planning and Scheduling for on time delivery
- Organized batch processing of several different product lines at once.
- Manage and supervise facility maintenance (preventative and breakdown) & security and repairs and ensure that the entire property is kept to client standards at all times.
- Responsible for inventory control and management
- Manage and ensure compliance of all safety regulations at work place, specifically OSHA, in addition to all local, state and federal regulations.
- Implementation of quality systems: both HAACP & GMP
- Identify, create, implement, and monitor training of all employees.
- Assign specific duties and responsibilities to all employees.
- Manage, review and update all SOP s for the Manufacturing Department.
- Responsible for accurate manufacturing reporting and budgeting
- Manage cost control and yield management
- Participate in employee evaluation process
- Report all pertinent information to the CEO and perform additional duties that may be assigned by management.
Additional Requirements of the Production Supervisor:
- Work requires ability to work for sustained periods of time maintaining concentrated attention to detail.
- Generally can be physically demanding in nature and may require standing, walking, stooping, reaching, climbing balancing, kneeling, crouching or crawling.
- Work will require, regularly, the need to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects weighing up to 100 pounds.
- Work may require the use of tools or equipment that requires a high degree of dexterity.
- Work may require the use of close, distance, color and peripheral vision. It may also require depth perception as well as the ability to adjust focus.