Supervisor - production machining, supervision, problem solving

Company Name:
Medvec Resources Group
Supervisor production machining, supervision, problem solving
A growing division of a large corporation offers a world class work environment and great benefits. The pay for 100% of the health insurance, as well as, dental, vision, life and disability insurance. They also offer a quarterly plant wide incentive with a long history of paying out the bonus.
We are searching for an experienced Supervisor to lead a small group of machinists ensuring production throughput. This Supervisor will work from a production schedule, assign work and follow up to make sure the group stays on track to meet production goals. The ideal candidate will need previous supervision experience. The ideal candidate will have some production machining experience and the ability to help solve problems. Some knowledge of CNC turning, CNC grinding, screw machines, rotary transfer or other types of production machining processes is a plus. The Supervisor will need shipping and receiving, forklift, good documentation and computer skills. The Supervisor maintains employee and production records, as well as, ensuring company safety and employee policies. Our client offers possible career growth for the right candidate. This is with a very stable, well organized and well-managed company. They have a proven track record as a successful company and many long term employees.
MUST HAVE: a minimum of 5 years of supervision in a production manufacturing environment. Good leadership, documentation, communication and computer skills is a must. This position will oversee production machining, shipping and receiving departments. Candidates who came up the ranks as a machinist are preferred. Knowledge of CNC turning, milling, grinding, screw machines, dial machines and/or rotary transfer machines is a huge plus, but no required.

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