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Assembly Supervisor

SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES:

Reporting to the Assembly Manager, the Supervisor plans, organizes, and coordinates the work assigned to Assembly and Sub-assembly units working from schedules, customer orders, drawings, route sheets and verbal instructions.

 

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

Hire, train, review, direct, motivate, discipline, and terminate employees.  Plan and direct the setup of Assembly Stations/ Cells, which may include light machinery and small presses.  Analyze workloads and delivery requirements and distribution of work force.  Review and discuss with Assembly Manager.

Update schedules from each department to track jobs completed and parts delivered.  Check with appropriate department for shortages of materials and parts.

Process all returned switches from customers including the completion of paperwork.

Follow progress of work, anticipate causes of delay or inadequate performance, and take or obtain corrective action.

Direct, assist, instruct and check subordinates as to schedules, methods, standards of performance, safety precautions, shop rules and regulations and other matters affecting their work.  Maintain discipline and good personnel relations.  Approve daily attendance report.

Work with the Engineering Department for correction of shop packets or prints.  Work with Quality Control to resolve problems and the Materials Department to schedule jobs.

Work with the department Manager in the execution of the strategic plan.

Monitor and control department expenses to the budget.

Perform other duties as assigned or as may be necessary.

 

SECONDARY RESPONSIBILITIES

Screen parts for transport to work cells to assist with workflow.

Audit job orders for quality errors.

 

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS:

This position requires a level of knowledge that is generally associated with a High School education and five to seven years of assembly and or shop experience with a minimum of three years supervisory experience.  MS Office experience and ERP experience a must. Ability to read blueprints, use hand tools and measuring devices, small presses, and other light machinery.

 

TRAINING REQUIREMENTS:

  • General Safety
  • Quality System Awareness

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

  • Required to sit, stand, bend and lift up to 20 lbs.

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT:

  • Combination of Manufacturing and Office environment
  • Regular exposure to noise, dust, heat, cold and odors

 

 

Electroswitch is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and provides Equal employment opportunities for all current and prospective employees.  The Company will ensure that all terms of employment are provided without regard to race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, military status, gender identity, sexual orientation, or any other characteristics protected by law.

Electroswitch will provide reasonable accommodations which do not impose an undue hardship on the company, to enable individuals with disabilities to participate fully in the interviewing and hiring process and during their employment in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.

Location
Weymouth