Reyco Granning, LLC is currently seeking a Manufacturing Supervisor for its Mt. Vernon, MO production facility. This position will report to the Director of Manufacturing and will be responsible for the labor performance of assigned production areas and provides overall supervision of assigned direct and indirect employees.
Supervisors manage production labor to accomplish effective setup, run, and completion of product to standard quality and standard time; enforce company policy, labor agreements, 5S conditions, and product, process, and equipment standards; responsible for the initial training, cross-training, and deployment of the labor to support the work centers in their area; responsible for meeting internal delivery and external ship dates; makes decisions based on the priority of safety first, quality second, delivery third, and continuous improvement fourth.
Responsibilities include executing production to meet safety, quality, delivery, and cost standards; communicating and enforcing standards and policies to team members in area assigned; supervising employees to make sure work is completed and time is best utilized; tracking and reporting labor performance, utilization, and downtime across all work centers in area; reporting safety, quality, delivery, and cost metrics at production reviews and other meetings; generating and distributing daily past due list and upcoming orders list; enforcing the completion of hour-by-hour data collection with accurate reasons for missed rates; problem-solving labor-related downtime and unmet rates with effective sustainable countermeasures; supporting the implementation of OEE and other performance metrics across all work centers; owning the performance leg of OEE calculation for all assigned work centers; leading and coaching team members in improving overall performance of assigned work centers; leading and coaching team members in practical problem solving (PPS) and error proofing; demonstrating working knowledge and understanding of processes in assigned work centers; managing the smooth transition of production between shifts; executing timely disciplinary action according to company policy and labor agreement along with managing the initial on-board training of direct and indirect labor.
Essential duties include managing the cross-training of operators to mitigate risk and meet department goals; developing succession plans for team leads and establish well-trained designated backups; completing safety incident reports and submitting to HR within 24 hours of injury for both OSHA recordables and near misses; working with operators, leads, and supporting team to identify and implement safety improvements; requesting ordering of indirect material and supplies as needed through purchase requisitions; managing the timely completion of Material Review Board (MRB) of questionable and nonconforming material; investigating and countermeasures labor-related scrap and lost parts issues; managing the completion of accurate and timely inventory transactions for all manufacturing work completed; enforcing the daily completion of total productive maintenance (TPM) at all work centers; supporting development and implementation of the TPM process across all workstations along with supporting the resources needed for preventative maintenance, repairs, and other maintenance activities; supporting technical team with resources needed for new product launches, engineering changes, process documents, standard development, and other improvement activities; supporting technical team with resources needed for error proofing, process capability, inspections, PPAPs, MSAs, gauge calibration, and other quality activities; participating in layered process audits, fire extinguisher audits, part identification audits, and other audits as assigned; assisting technical team in implementation of capital projects and cost-reduction projects; enforcing and demonstrating standards outlined in Quality Management System (QMS); managing employee timecards, call-ins, and absenteeism. The Manufacturing Supervisor is to open and close the facility on days needed to support production; serve as a backup to shipping coordinator tasks; verify set ups and confirm parts to print; promote lean manufacturing and continuous improvement practices and strive every day to continuously improve through the elimination of waste.