Production Supervisor

MAC Incorporated

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Production Supervisor City of Industry, California
Job Ref:
37677

SALARY: Salary – $80 to $90K
Foods Industry Experienced, Leadership, 

Production Off Shift Supervisor – City of Industry, CA

Shift – 3pm to 3am 

The schedule for this role is 3pm to 3am on a 3,2,2,3 work schedule. YOU WILL WORK EVERY OTHER WEEKEND. 

Oversee 80 to 100 hourly employees

We have had some great intake calls and they are counting on us company wide!
 

Production Off Shift Supervisor – City of Industry, CA

Salary – $80 to $90K

Shift – 3pm to 3am

Oversee 80 to 100 hourly employees

Job Description: Production Supervisor
Off-Shift

The Production Supervisor ( Off Shift Line Leader ) is responsible for all aspects of the off-shift leading and managing the Business Unit team. The primary purpose of Business Units is to ensure that products are produced in line with safety, quality and consumer requirements.  Incumbents are responsible for ensuring that daily, weekly, and monthly production KPIs are met for People, Safety, Quality, Delivery, Cost and Growth. This is a complex, fast paced production setting.  

The schedule for this role is 3pm to 3am on a 2,2,3 work schedule.
 
Additionally, you will:

Ensure the Safety of our People and our products
Owns and leads Autonomous Maintenance work processes and step execution.  
Must develop personal mastery of AM through execution of Learn-Do-Teach.  Checks standards adherence to 5S and Clean, Inspect, Lube execution daily. 
Creates equipment ownership concept in their area and coaches/develops Equipment Owners on the floor to enable them to achieve individual goals. 
Owns the budget and delivers year over year improvement for their lines
Support supply chain loss analysis/elimination. Solve process instability problems. Coach necessity and use of Problem Solving tools
Drive cultural change by leading the organization engagement surveys results
Identify Skill gaps in organization – address using task based training approach
Execute or coach use of start-up management tools for new initiatives.
Coach use of Standard Work to eliminate NVA work, coach link to effort reduction
Creates, develops, and executes strategic plans to hit plant goals and objectives set by business unit manager.
Develop and execute loss analysis, glide path and 90 day improvement plans for the line(s).  
Prioritizes top losses for the year and creates action plan to deliver. Creates visual Plan-Do-Check-Act Board for their area to visualize plan and performance. 
Create Equipment & System ownership processes

The Line Leader is responsible for system ownership of Daily Direction Setting (DDS), Clean-Inspect-Lubricate (CIL) in support of DaMaWay pillars (AM and Leadership)
DDS-Sets direction for daily action planning to ensure success in the areas of safety, quality, and performance.  
Owner of DDS process for area.  
Develops daily plan for the day, focusing on stops reduction, loss elimination and operator coaching. 
CIL-Execute and coach Clean-Inspect-Lubricate process as part of AM process to support basic conditions of equipment.
Utilizes principles of continuous improvement (Lean) and TPM to drive production line improvement.
Implements and follows all safety procedures as stated in MOS, GMP, safety standards, and code of ethics.  
Owns Safety Incident Elimination System for their area and coaches implementation.  
Review incident investigations and ensure the actions to prevent reoccurrence
Maintains a safe and clean working environment for all employees and visitors.  
Ensures all safety rules, plant rules, GMP, and code of ethics are followed by employees, supervisors, customers, and visitors at all times.
Trains, disciplines (with advice from HR), and gives timely performance appraisals to current leads anemployees on aseptic and/or ESL and/or Processing production teamd s.
When needed, documents notable items of associates, both positive and negative, and places in personnel file.
Conducts regularly scheduled team meetings including pre-shift meetings, and tailgate meetings.
Attends appropriate Union meetings and is able to justify managerial actions to employees, Union Stewards, and Union Leaders.
Able to back-up or represent the production manager and operations manager as required.
Will be a member and valued contributor to one of Danone’s Operational Excellence Pillars
Champion the deployment of business systems
Lead / facilitate / participate in continuous improvement events
duties as assigned.

ABOUT YOU: 

Education and Experience:

Bachelor's degree required, preferably in engineering, business, food science or related field, or Five to ten years related experience and/or training
Experience with leading teams in a high paced manufacturing environment preferred.
Prior consumer packaging experience preferred.
Planning, scheduling and project management experience preferred. 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Ability to develop spreadsheets, understand product formulas and percentages, calculate figures, proportions, area, circumference, and volume.  Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry.
Ability to read data from charts, graphs, and instruments, and find digressions.
Strategic ability to create, design, and implement improvements to current procedures.
Able to think quickly on their feet, especially in emergency situations.
Can direct or participate in project management from concept to closure, including
Able to add and complete work of other production supervisors as needed.
Knows all the safety rules, plant rules, GMP, and code of ethics and follows them strictly at all time. 

 

 

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