• Manufacturing Supervisor

    Job ID
    2018-5256
    # of Openings
    1
    Hours From
    3:00 PM
    Days Worked
    Monday-Friday
    Hours To
    11:30 PM
  • Overview

    MANUFACTURING SUPERVISOR

     2nd Shift (Mon-Fri, 3-11:30 pm)

     

    Looking for a new exciting career opportunity?  Then imagine being part of a company like Ricoh Electronics, Inc (REI) with a rich history of environmental conservation, community involvement, and steady company growth.  Imagine working for a leading manufacturer as REI with advanced office automation equipment including digital copiers, thermal media label stocks, and toner products.  Imagine growing with the global Ricoh network of 105,000 employees in approximately 200 countries, with $18 billion in annual sales.  REI is a subsidiary of Ricoh Company Ltd., with an enviable corporate social responsibility performance record, business practices that produces cost effective quality products for its customers on a timely basis.   

     

    We are looking for a top talented Manufacturing Supervisor for 2nd shift (Mon-Fri, 3 pm - 11:30 pm)  to join REI's Toner Operations in our Lawrenceville, GA campus! 

     

    In this vital role as a Manufacturing Supervisor you will need to have a technical background to support our fast-paced environment and highly-automated Toner manufacturing operations.  You will oversee the daily work activities of toner filling and molding operators, troubleshoot equipment, production and quality problems, and maintain daily production records and progress reports.

     

    Responsibilities include

    Responsibilities:

    • Model the “safety first” behaviors we expect of all employees by ensuring that operational procedures and processes are performed safely and provide a safe work environment.
    • Plan daily operations and make routine adjustments to work assignments, production processes, and equipment to meet production schedules and targets.
    • Provide production support by troubleshooting production problems and/or product quality issues involving manufacturing processes.
    • Investigate and determine the root cause of failures and problems and recommend countermeasures or changes, collaborating with Maintenance, Engineering and QC
    • Participate in the testing and implementation of new products into production, including monitoring process and gathering data on results.
    • Analyze production data and identify trends, problems, and opportunities for improvement.
    • Supervise the work performance of hourly employees, which includes giving daily work direction, training and coaching for development, conducting performance appraisals, monitoring attendance, and administering disciplinary action as needed.
    • Conduct tours of production area to provide management support for problem resolution and policy compliance, and ensure work instructions, company policies, quality and safety standards are followed at all times.
    • Perform a variety of administrative duties which include developing procedures, forms, and presentations; generating daily production and quality reports and statistics; reconciling inventory; and promoting and guiding employees' participation in Kaizen, safety circle, and 5S activities.

     

    Qualified candidates will possess

    Qualifications:

    • High School diploma or GED required.
    • Required minimum of 2 years' supervisory/leadership experience in production/manufacturing environment. 
    • Vocational/technical certification in manufacturing technology or related field preferred.
    • Supervision, Coaching, Managing Processes, Continuous/Process Improvement, Production Planning, Problem-Solving, Technical Troubleshooting, and Strategic Planning. 
    • Experience in molding, assembly and/or powder filling operations preferred.
    • Good communication (verbal and written) skills, along with demonstrated positive leadership skills with experience in teambuilding/motivating practices to support company initiatives.
    • Working knowledge of manufacturing operations processes and procedures.
    • Must have good attention to detail and math skills to calculate yields, variances, material and labor costs.
    • Must have MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) skills at intermediate level, along with experience in writing procedures, and creating forms, visual aids, graphs, and presentations.

      

    AA/M/F/VETERANS/Individuals with Disabilities, EOE, Drug-Free Workplace

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