PAUL MUELLER COMPANY Production Supervisor in OSCEOLA, Iowa
This position is located in Osceola, Iowa.At Paul Mueller Company we bring no-frills quick thinking to solve problems and create quality craftsmanship. Paul Mueller is a multi-million dollar, international company that builds equipment to cool, heat and store products you use everyday, like milk, beer, medicines and water. Paul Mueller Companyis Osceola, Iowa facility seeks a Production Supervisor to join our team. This position directs and coordinates activities of workers engaged in assigned production line. This position reports to the Plant Manager.Essential Job FunctionsPlans, develops, and implements new methods and procedures designed to improve operations, minimize operating costs, and effect greater utilization of labor and materials.Manage & supervise employees - approve time cards, designate and distribute workload, conduct reviews, resolve problems and discipline when necessary. -Delegate tasks as required-Make decisions to hire, staff, and discharge employees as neededSupervise assigned production line.Coordinate and communicate with Planning, Production & Shipping on customer orders & ship dates as well as make-to-stock inventory.Ensure quality standards, making judgment calls when necessary.Review work order packets for accuracy (BOMs, routers, drawings). Report any discrepancies to Engineering (complete ECRs as necessary).Maintain production scheduleRoutine care of equipment outside of the scope of Maintenance - regular cleaning & care. Maintain documentation for these duties.Order shop supplies and tools for areas of responsibility.Duties as assignedAttend and contribute to open book management - attend weekly huddles, forecast numbers that supervisor owns, educate and engage employees, be able to explain variances between forecast and final numbers that supervisor owns.Knowledge, Skills, Abilities (Competencies)Willingness to adapt and change in a dynamic work environment.Investigate problems to their various sources; create procedures and best practices to prevent reoccurrences. Constant awareness of opportunities for process improvements.Complete tasks in a timely manner.High attention to detail, accuracy and efficiency.Strong knowledge of manufacturing, working with stainless steel. Leadership skills with the ability to take initiative.Education and ExperienceMinimum of a high school diploma or GED certification is required. Accredited trade school or technical degree preferred. Adequate knowledge and experience in order to complete essential job functions.