• Production Supervisor (Paint Processes)

    Job Locations US-OH-Toledo
    Posted Date 1 month ago(12/10/2018 12:17 PM)
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    The Production Supervisor is responsible for managing small work teams in a fast paced, high volume, unionized manufacturing environment. Duties include coordinating all activities to achieve business metrics and to implement World Class Manufacturing (WCM) processes in coordination with other WCM Plant Pillars.


    • The Production Supervisor - Paint Processes, will be responsible for managing small work teams in a fast paced, high volume unionized manufacturing environment. The selected candidate's responsibilities will include but are not limited to coordinating all activities to achieve business metrics and implementing World Class Manufacturing (WCM) processes and initiatives.
    • The Production Supervisor, Paint Processes, is responsible for ensuring conformance of paint processes and coordinating engineering, tooling and quality changes. Additionally, the Supervisor will provide production support and ongoing improvement for the following crucial Paint processes: Phosphate/ECoat, Sealing PVC, Powder/Primer, Top Coat. The Supervisor will also continuously evaluate all paint chemical, tooling, and production processes to ensure maximum efficiency and effectiveness.


    • Minimum 3 years experience in a supervisory or leadership role in a manufacturing environment
    • Union Environment Experience (Preferred)
    • Minimum 1 year automotive OEM Paint and / or Paint Shop experience.
    • Working knowledge of advanced technical problem solving tools related to automotive paint processes.
    • Demonstrated ability to coach/mentor employee team members.
    • Proficient in all MS Office products

    -MUST be able to work any shift schedule and/or OT as needed. Candidate should be able to hit the ground running with little supervision.


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