Ensure compliance with safety and environmental standards.
Uphold and enforce safety, environmental, job procedures and maintain general discipline of the crew
Monitor the operation and intercede promptly with corrective action, coordinating multiple disciplines in the execution of these duties.
Schedule and supervise hourly personnel, working directly with them on the shop floor and from the shift manager's office. Ensure direct reports receive proper training and utilization, while establishing an equitable relationship focused on excellence in safety and production.
Work with maintenance organization, planners, and schedulers in developing work lists for repair and/or preventative maintenance items.
Make operational decisions in high-stress situations, following direction from superiors and abiding by corporate policies and procedures.
Supervise a turn crew of operating and maintenance personnel in the Caster and LMF department.
Communicate with upstream and downstream operations
Two-year technical or supervisory degree, or high school diploma with significant experience.
Two (2) years of supervisory experience.
Available to work rotating shifts, including weekends and holidays, in a multi-level organization that operates 24/7, and work extended hours as needed.
Self-motivated with minimal direction required for day to day operations.
Proven team building skills, works well with others of diverse backgrounds, and able to motivate others.
Proven communication (verbal and written), analytical, organizational, and time management skills.
Must be able to work in heavy industrial and hot, dusty environment.
Valid driver's license.
Bachelor's Degree in supervision, technology, or related discipline.
Five (5) years of supervisory experience in steel mill, manufacturing, process, production or equivalent facility.
Successful track record working with a represented workforce in a heavy industrial setting.
Knowledge of safety and health policies including key components of the OSHA regulations ASTM specifications.