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Manufacturing & Dist / Packaging
Manufacturing / Production
Standard Management (Manager/Supervisor of Staff)
$70-82k based on experience
Do you have a passion for leading others and ensuring a safe work environment? Do you enjoy finding ways to streamline the process while reducing waste? Do you love corrugated packaging as much as we do? Warning-we love corrugated A LOT-just ask our spouses! Then we want to talk with you!
A large packaging company in North Carolina is looking for a Corrugator Supervisor to join the team. They are offering great compensation and benefits.
Direct, coordinate, and oversee the corrugator department process.
Achieve desired results in safety by demonstrating personal commitment and leading safety processes to sustain a safe work environment. Implement and coordinate department safety education and processes in accordance with corporate best practices and policies.
Achieve desired results in quality by leading process reliability efforts to ensure the lowest cost, best quality with a high return on assets.
Minimize waste within the department by driving awareness, training, and accountability.
Participate in the machining center goal-setting process.
Drive maximum throughput within the department by reducing set up times and increasing uptimes and machine speeds.
Support culture and maintain a strong focus on housekeeping within the department.
Identify equipment issues and coordinate necessary maintenance activities (including preventative) on the various production machines.
Be responsible for accurate production documentation/data entry.
Problem-solve and address operational troubleshooting questions as they arise.
Support effective labor utilization and efficiencies through participating in the process of employee scheduling and appropriate use of overtime.
Demonstrate understanding and appreciation for key financial drivers in the plant and how they affect the bottom line. Be fluent in calculating the various costs of decisions as well as inventory costs.
Control manufacturing and conversion costs within budgetary limits by developing tools and techniques to reduce cost and improve quality, and labor