The Production Supervisor will be responsible for the coordination and supervision of high pressure die casting personnel in a fast-paced manufacturing environment. This position will include training, scheduling, monitoring production targets and effective utilization of plant resources.
Manage, initiate, and direct the activities of employee's and equipment.
Allocating work to employees, setting production targets and communicating precise instructions.
Effective employee relations.
Respond to employee concerns promptly and work with HR to resolve.
Monitor and initiate training activities in their department and all related documentation.
Works and ensures that all employees work in a safe manner, in a safe environment.
Conduct employee meetings.
Complete performance evaluations for their department as required.
Perform weekly safety inspections and layered audits.
Complete tasks as assigned from Monthly Workplace Inspections.
Participate in the corrective action process.
Must be able to troubleshoot equipment.
Plan employee's days, schedule appointments and adjust schedules.
Review turnaround times for repairs and installations.
Review diverse skills to ensure tasks are assigned to appropriate workers.
Change work assignments and schedules to maintain and improve efficiency.
Other duties assigned as needed.
High School Diploma or equivalent general education.
Journeyman - woman trade certification in related field is considered an asset.
Minimum of three years of high pressure die casting in AL and MS experience, and supervision experience is considered an asset.
Possess excellent comprehension skills to read completed inspection forms.
Ensure all maintenance, repair and inspection tasks have been adequately completed by workers.
Demonstrate communication skills to advise managers and supervisors on progress of jobs and obtain instructions and tasks.
Possess coaching skills to train employees on equipment procedures, maintenance tasks, troubleshooting faults and root cause analysis
Organize and lead meetings with employees.
Assume a wide variety of roles to coordinate job tasks with workers and subcontractors.
Work accordingly to company mandates for communication, meetings and projects.
Ability to operate and troubleshoot machines and equipment. Root cause and action plan.
Knowledge in basic computer applications and software such as Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.
Ability to continuously learn about new technologies, new products and new information within changing industries.
Participate in seminars, courses, and other learning opportunities through the organization.
Knowledge of application, employment and safety legislation.
What GF Linamar Has To Offer
Opportunities for career advancement.
Community based outreach supporting both local and global initiatives and charities.
Social committees and sports teams.
GF Linamar is a joint venture between Switzerland-based Georg Fischer, Ltd. and Canada-based Linamar Corporation. The company die casts aluminum and magnesium to produce lightweight powertrain, driveline, and structural components for the automotive industry in the North American automotive market.
GF Linamar is an equal opportunity employer and encourages diversity in the workplace without regard to any basis protected by applicable federal, state or local law. GF Linamar encourages applications from all qualified individuals and will reasonably accommodate applicants throughout all stages of the recruitment and selection process upon request.