Supervisor, Production (Guelph Plants)

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Job detailsJob 1of 1ApplySend to friendSave to cartView similar jobsReq ID10298BRPosition TitleSupervisor, Production (Guelph Plants)No. of Positions1Geographic LocationGuelph, Ontario, CanadaFacilityEston Mfg.DepartmentProductionJob DescriptionProduction SupervisorReporting to the Plant Manager, this position is responsible for overseeing the Manufacturing Technician team.QUALIFICATIONS:• Completion of secondary school is required.• Journeyman/woman trade certification in related field would be an asset.• Three to five years of machine shop experience and supervision experience would be an asset.• Possess excellent comprehension skills to read completed inspection forms to ensure all maintenance, repair and inspection tasks have been adequately completed by workers.• Ability to identify structures and locate dimensions in scale drawings. Familiarity with employee legislation.• Good communication skills in order to communicate with managers and supervisors to explain progress of jobs and to obtain instructions and tasks.• Possess coaching skills to train employees and less experienced workers to install new equipment, perform maintenance tasks and troubleshoot mechanical and electrical faults. Organize and lead meetings with employees• Assume a wide variety of roles to coordinate job tasks with those of junior workers, co-workers and subcontractors. Work according to company mandates for communication, meetings and projects.• Ability to operate and troubleshoot machines and equipment.• Knowledgeable in basic computer applications and software such as Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.• Ability to continuously learn to keep up with new technologies, new products, new information and regulatory changes within industry. Participate in seminars, courses, and other learning opportunities through the organization.• Knowledge of applicable employment and safety legislation.RESPONSIBILITIES:• Manage, initiate, and direct the activities of employee’s and equipment• Allocating work to employees, setting production targets and communicating precise instructions.• Effective employee relations.• Respond to employee concerns promptly and work with HR to resolve.• Monitor and initiate training activities in their department and all related documentation.• Works and ensures that all employees work in a safe manner, in a safe environment.• Conduct employee meetings.• Complete performance evaluations for their department as required.• Perform weekly safety inspections, 5s inspections, Layered Audits.• Complete tasks as assigned from Monthly Workplace Inspections.• Participate in the corrective action process.• Must be able to troubleshoot equipment.• Plan employees’ days, schedule appointments and adjust schedules in response to customers’ demands. Review turnaround times for repairs and installations and diverse skills of workers to ensure job tasks are assigned to appropriate workers. Change work assignments and schedules to maintain and improve efficiency.• Develop work schedules for workers.Linamar is committed to promoting accessible recruitment as outlined in the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. Linamar will attempt to accommodate persons with a disability in an appropriate and effective manner throughout all stages of the recruitment process. Accommodations will be provided upon request.Current ShiftDaysEmployment TypeFull Time SalaryPercentage of Travel Required1-10%Removal Date03-Feb-2019ApplySend to friendSave to cartView similar jobs