Production Supervisor-1st Shift

Yaskawa America
June 19, 2023
Offerd Salary:Negotiation
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Job Details Description


Plan, organize, and implement daily assembly task schedule for all assemblers, test technicians, warehouse clerks, to ensure that the production output supports the established schedule.

Evaluate assemblers, test technicians, warehouse clerks overall performance and participate in the semi-annual goal setting objectives and performance evaluations.

Monitor and evaluate daily activities of assemblers, test technicians, warehouse clerks. Measurements include standard hour efficiency, in-process Q.C. errors, performance to production schedule, safety record, assembler attendance and retention.

Utilize Kaizen activities to plan and implement improvements to problems related to production, in process quality and final QC product testing.

Maintain, and perform training, related to relevant procedures and work instructions for assembly, in-process testing, final QC testing, warranty, distribution, and other departmental procedures.

Contribute in the development of the operating and capital expense budget, both short-term and long-term needs, and continually monitoring it.


Minimum 3 years of manufacturing experience, preferably in a continuous improvement environment related to the manufacture of electrical/electronic equipment.

At least 3 years plant floor supervisory, group-leader, or training experience in a union environment with the ability to direct work assignments, set priorities, delegate tasks, analyze situations and make qualified decisions.

Ability to plan, organize, establish and monitor work schedules, read and write English, perform High School level math, and have a basic knowledge of electrical circuits and inventory control.

Ability to maintain and perform training related to assembly, test, shipping and receiving procedures, and work instructions.

Manual skills with tools in precision assembly line work that requires frequent mental and visual attention, where the flow of work is intermittent and requires checking to determine quality.

Experience in soldering and wire harness assembly in electronic/electrical cabinet assembly environment and in electronic assembly test procedures.

Understanding of ISO 9001: 2000 or similar Quality Management System.

Proficient with word processing, spreadsheets, data bases, and ERP software. Preferably Microsoft Office, and SAP.

Knowledgeable in best practices related to manufacturing and inventory control (i.e. Lean Manufacturing, Kaizen, vendor managed inventory).

Thorough understanding of the assembly skills used in mechanical and electrical assembly.

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