06 Oct
Production Supervisor I
Louisiana, Monroe

Vacancy expired!

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Ensure that goals and production schedules are being met by assigned Production staff.

Maintain or revise work schedules and assignments of production personnel.

Assist, coach or counsel production personnel who fall below project quotas.

Plan and coordinate activities of production teams to meet specified deadlines.

Determine production team staffing needs.

Inform staff of current project developments on a regular basis.

Schedule, conduct or attend meetings related to production topics.

Clarify quality standards and aid in their fulfillment.

Supervise creation of handbook for production procedures as needed.

May maintain certain production equipment as necessary for the specific project.

Advise Production Manager or other management staff of work-in-progress.

Gather and compile statistical information relative to production activities, and generate various reports.

Project time line for completion of various phases of projects.

Provide various training and guidance to junior level Production Supervisors.

Train, review, supervise and guide the work of assigned personnel.

Ensure interdepartmental understanding of project status and criteria.

Monitor and/or secure proper documentation surrounding each project, such as job tickets.

Translate and coordinate assigned areas of responsibility with other projects and functional units within the company. SECURITY REQUIREMENTS
Implement and act in accordance with the company’s information security policies.
Protect assets from unauthorized access, disclosure, modification, destruction or interference.
Execute particular security processes and activities.
Ensure responsibility is assigned to individual(s) for actions taken.
Report security events or potential events or other security risks to the company.
QUALIFICATIONS:Knowledge of:
Receive and transmit both oral and written information in English.
Principles of supervision and training;
Microsoft Word, Excel and Access at the intermediate level;
Microsoft PowerPoint and/or Project;
Legal terminology, practices and procedures on the beginning to intermediate level.
Ability to:
Travel on occasion
Create reports using databases and spreadsheets;
Correctly diagnose production needs relative to staffing, training, equipment and duration;
Communicate clearly, effectively and tactfully, both orally and in writing;
Apply concepts such as fractions, percentages; ratios and proportions to practical situations;
Define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions;
Manage competing priorities and multiple assignments under tight deadlines;
Work successfully in a fast-paced environment with changing priorities;
Maintain regular and predictable attendance;
Establish and maintain effective relationships with those contacted within the line of work.

Vacancy expired!