Supervisor Manufacturing Featured
- Santa Ana, California
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Supervisor Manufacturing job at Cherry Aerospace in Santa Ana CA
Description, duties, responsibilities
. Responsible for the direct supervision of focus-factory/process production employees maximizing safety quality variable cost individual and plant-wide productivity and technical skill development to insure on-time shipments and customer satisfaction. This reports directly to the Director of Operations and serves as their back-up. Accountabilities . 1. Works with support departments to ensure that all production methods and practices are consistent with internal quality standards customer requirements and the AS9100 program. 2. Assists Planners/Schedulers when needed to properly schedule manufacturing operations within their focus-factory/process. 3. Analyzes establishes and communicates performance standards for their focus-factory/process. 4. Control the flow of product materials and labor utilization in their focus-factory/process to maximize productivity and minimize cost while achieving safety quality inventory and throughput targets. 5. Review and plan for daily weekly and quarterly labor equipment tooling and supply to achieve manufacturing throughput while meeting and exceeding productivity targets. 6. Insures alignment among department employees on department goals and objectives by leading daily employee team meetings and soliciting employee feedback needed to remove performance obstacles and improve the work environment. 7. Leads the team in developing and implementing effective systems for improving internal and external quality cost improvements and on-time delivery to the customer requirements. 8. Documents all department functions and reviews/maintains the daily Time and Attendance recordkeeping system for their focus-factory/process. 9. Ensures that scrap collection in their focus-factory/process is being properly controlled and disposed. 10. Effectively collaborates with engineering and quality to achieve scrap cost and safety requirements; maintaining and proactively managing process improvement pipeline for areas of responsibility. 11. Provide effective leadership and act in a manner that maintains a positive and productive work environment with customers clients and co-workers. 12. Analyze variable labor costs daily and determine required staffing levels and support labor re-allocation across manufacturing as required. 13. Carry out supervisory including interviewing hiring and training employees; planning assigning and directing work; evaluating and appraising individual performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems in a timely manner. 14. Coordinates the My Idea program for their assigned focus-factory/process. 15. Plans and supports cross training to ensure the elimination of all skill gaps resulting in a more skilled and adaptable workforce. Ensures the completion of required competency forms and certifications as well as maintains an employee skill matrix. 16. Administers policies and procedures as required. 17. Supports a zero injury culture by pro-actively complying with all environmental safe practices and regulations. Reads all SDS and possesses thorough knowledge of all oil and chemical labeling and storage requirements. 18. Conducts EH&S self-inspection and safety huddles in areas of responsibility. 19. Performs other related duties as assigned or requested. . Minimum Education Bachelor s or Engineering degree highly preferred or Equivalent relevant experience. Minimum Experience 5+ years. Preferred Skills . High energy level and able to work flexible hours. Able to motivate and develop teams to meet performance requirements. Blueprint reading. Analytical. Strong organizational skills. Effective verbal and written communication. Intermediate to Advanced use of MS Word Excel Access Outlook and QAD. Inspection Equipment (Micrometer Comparator Dial Caliper). Able to meet competing deadlines. Strong mindset for continuous improvement. Attention to detail. Supervision. Performance management. Level of Supervision Supervises up to 80 hourly employees. Cherry Aerospace is a global leader in the design and manufacture of fastening systems for the aerospace industry. The Cherry name is synonymous with aerospace fasteners and the CherryMax line of rivets is the most widely-used in the industry. The Cherry brand dates back to 1940 when the Cherry Rivet Company introduced easily-installed blind fasteners which the aerospace industry quickly adopted as a standard. Cherry Aerospace is headquartered in Santa Ana California USA and is a member of the PCC Fastener Products Division of Precision Castparts Corp (PCC). Cherrys products include Blind Rivets Blind Bolts Rivetless Nut Plates Shear Pin fasteners and Installation Tools. They are available from a large number of distributors including locations in the United States Australia Canada China Czech Republic Dubai France Germany India Israel Italy Japan Mexico Poland Puerto Rico Singapore Spain Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
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