Production Supervisor
Advanced Assembly Products, Inc. - Chesterfield, MI

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DESCRIPTION

Responsible to ensure that production requirements are met, that quality parts are produced and all safety and environmental rules are followed.

DUTIES

&61656;Assigns operators to their respective jobs.
&61656;Follow all policies, procedures and work instructions.
&61656;Train employees on job responsibilities, paperwork and work quality. Stress the important that every job we do, must be done to the best of our ability.
&61656;Must be customer driven.
&61656;Hands on responsibility for die setting activities.
&61656;Review the quality of the products being produced to reduce or eliminate the need for sorting and rework.
&61656;Discipline employees fairly that do not follow policies, procedures and work instructions or continuously show carelessness by producing nonconforming or suspect material.
&61656;Fairly evaluate employees based on standardized measurables.
&61656;Motivate employees by creating a good working atmosphere.
&61656;Ability to take responsibility to the ever changing challenges that face manufacturing.
&61656;Input on plant, product or process improvements.

&61656;Assign operators to a job, once you have verified that:
oThe operator has been trained on the assigned job.
oKnows how to run the machine.
oKnows how to check the part and has been signed into the job book as being trained.
&61656;Update the board in the quality office as to die sets to be performed (pressroom only).
&61656;Help the die setters to prioritize the days set ups.
&61656;Review hourly that quality inspections are done and that paperwork has been properly filled out and initial the production sheet. By doing the hourly checks and initially the sheet you:
oShow that you care about the performance and quality of each part.
oStresses the importance of doing the job as instructed.
o Catches problems early in the process
oReinforces the operators to be continuously aware of quality and knowledge of the checking fixtures use.
oGives you the opportunity to check the meter counts and verify that hourly production standards are being met.
&61656;Ensure that hourly run rates are being met.
&61656;Ensure that housekeeping rules are being followed and that work areas are kept neat and clean.
&61656;Conduct weekly 5-S cleaning system.
&61656;Conduct weekly safety meetings with all employees.
&61656;Ensure that parts boards are updated and correct after each die set, the information must include:
oFull part number
oQuantity to be run
oStandard Pack
oNext Operation
oLot Number
oSpecial Instructions
oDate

QUALIFICATIONS

Minimum of 8 years manufacturing supervisor experience. Ability to troubleshoot basic production and quality issues. Quality systems experience required. Basic computer skills are required. GD&T experience is helpful and recommended. Experience in basic safety procedures. Ability to communicate effectively with peers and employees. Ability to prepare monthly progress reports using basic computer software programs such as Word and Excel. &61656;Assigns operators to their respective jobs.
&61656;Follow all policies, procedures and work instructions.
&61656;Train employees on job responsibilities, paperwork and work quality. Stress the important that every job we do, must be done to the best of our ability.
&61656;Must be customer driven.
&61656;Hands on responsibility for die setting activities.
&61656;Review the quality of the products being produced to reduce or eliminate the need for sorting and rework.
&61656;Discipline employees fairly that do not follow policies, procedures and work instructions or continuously show carelessness by producing nonconforming or suspect material.
&61656;Fairly evaluate employees based on standardized measurables.
&61656;Motivate employees by creating a good working atmosphere.
&61656;Ability to take responsibility to the ever changing challenges that face manufacturing.
&61656;Input on plant, product or process improvements.

&61656;Assign operators to a job, once you have verified that:
oThe operator has been trained on the assigned job.
oKnows how to run the machine.
oKnows how to check the part and has been signed into the job book as being trained.
&61656;Update the board in the quality office as to die sets to be performed (pressroom only).
&61656;Help the die setters to prioritize the days set ups.
&61656;Review hourly that quality inspections are done and that paperwork has been properly filled out and initial the production sheet. By doing the hourly checks and initially the sheet you:
oShow that you care about the performance and quality of each part.
oStresses the importance of doing the job as instructed.
o Catches problems early in the process
oReinforces the operators to be continuously aware of quality and knowledge of the checking fixtures use.
oGives you the opportunity to check the meter counts and verify that hourly production standards are being met.
&61656;Ensure that hourly run rates are being met.
&61656;Ensure that housekeeping rules are being followed and that work areas are kept neat and clean.
&61656;Conduct weekly 5-S cleaning system.
&61656;Conduct weekly safety meetings with all employees.
&61656;Ensure that parts boards are updated and correct after each die set, the information must include:
oFull part number
oQuantity to be run
oStandard Pack
oNext Operation
oLot Number
oSpecial Instructions
oDate

About this company
Advanced Assembly Products, Inc. is a world class manufacturer and assembler of highly engineered and complex metallic products. Advanced...