Production Supervisor - Weld & Paint 3rd Shift
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Wichita, KS 67215
Through its people and brands, CNH Industrial delivers power, technology and innovation to farmers, builders and drivers all around the world. Each of its brands, including Case IH, New Holland Agriculture, Case and New Holland Construction, FPT Industrial, Capital, and Parts & Service, is a major international force in its specific sector.
We are currently seeking an experienced Production Supervisor – Weld and Paint 3rd shift to join our team in Wichita. In this role, you will direct and coordinate a semi-skilled and/or complex work force in order to meet production schedules and meet required cost, quality and safety standards, while driving world class manufacturing and communication methodologies in an equipment manufacturing facility. Additionally, you will be responsible for maintaining and managing the staffing in the department as well as managing projects and reports that have a significant influence on the production function of the organization.
Supervise and direct the production of the assigned department to meet production schedules that meet or exceed quality requirements of the customer
Maintain equipment, improve processes, and develop employees in department to meet quality and productivity requirements along with communication expectations
Maintain efficiency and utilization throughout department via assigning and developing Leads to help direct manpower, address productivity, process, and quality issues where needed, along with conducting root cause analysis
Check time standards in conjunction with Manufacturing Engineering to maintain appropriate standards throughout department
Maintain departmental adherence to high standards of safety and housekeeping in compliance with company policies, and governmental regulations
Maintain positive employee and management relations within the guidelines of company policy
Direct all related personnel actions (selection, training, performance reviews, discipline, etc.) for production employees
Hold regular communication and start-up meetings and drives resolution to quality/improvement opportunities with Operators
Drive Improvement through suggestion process, kaizen activities, and root cause analysis, along with driving autonomous maintenance activities
Lead employee development in lean manufacturing and cross training
The qualified candidate will have experience with the following:
Bachelor’s degree in a Technical, Engineering, or Business Management discipline plus 2 or more years of previous manufacturing experience OR Associates Degree plus 5 or more years of previous manufacturing experience. Will consider High School Diploma/GED plus 7 or more years of manufacturing experience
2+ years of prior lead, supervisory, or management experience in an industrial/manufacturing environment
The ideal candidate will have:
Process Engineering and Process Improvement experience such as WCM, Lean, Six Sigma or similar skill set
Strong computer skills with ability to work within production software programs and create Excel documents
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Good analytical and problem-solving skills