Production Supervisor - SNN

398
Clare
Permanent
38000-50000 DOE

Our client, a leading metal fabrication, machining and tooling manufacturer are seeking an experienced Production Supervisor to join their growing team based in Shannon.

 

Responsibilities:

 

  • To lead a team and manage customer commit dates through the control manufactured parts (“parts”) in the factory
  • To liaise with other departments (Customer Service and Purchasing) to ensure that the schedule of orders is being fulfilled within planned timeframes
  • To give estimated production dates of parts to Quality to allow for scheduling
  • To control the release of parts (both finished and unfinished) to internal production
  • To control the process of parts (unfinished) being sent for outside processing
  • To liaise with the Stores team on the receiving in of inventory and holding of inventory where necessary.
  • To prioritise and expedite urgent parts outside of the normal lead times
  • To ensure traceability of parts is maintained throughout the entire process
  • To escalate part shortages or issues that will impact on expected lead time to our customer the relevant departments (i.e., Production, Purchasing, Customer Service and Production). Follow up on these escalations to ensure they have been actioned and closed
  • To report any defects on a non-conformance report and to notify Finance through Q-Pulse as part of this process
  • To liaise with the relevant supplier on the fulfilment of documentation requirements for all 
  • parts
  • Liaise with Engineering & Purchasing on Engineering change notices to advise on revision changes on parts already ordered.
  • Performance manages, develop, and motivate staff within their team.
  • Ensure that a full and comprehensive hand-over is completed at the end of shift.
  • Ensure that all Healthy and Safety procedures are fully adhered too. (i.e PPE provided by the company is worn by all employees). Ensure any visitors to your area are wearing the required PPE.
  • Participate in planning, organizing, directing, and evaluating according to the agreed schedule, budget, and specifications.

 

 

Professional Experience & Qualifications

 

  • 3/4 years’ experience in a supervisory capacity in a manufacturing environment
  • Knowledge of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP).
  • Experience in an FMCG, fast-paced, high volume manufacturing environment with demonstrable and transferable skills is desirable but not essential.
  • Knowledge of water treatment and waste-water treatment processes desirable. 
  • Good communication skills with the ability to deliver training and presentations to groups
  • Willingness to learn. 
  • Proficient in the use of MS Office tools
  • Proficient numerical ability to record, interpret and analyze key process data
  • Proficient written, numerical, and verbal skills

 

 

Type:

Permanent, Full time, Site-based

 

Package: 

€38000 - €50000 + Benefits

 

For a confidential discussion on this or any other current opportunity please contact Mark Farrell   mark@logiskills.ie

IAC-OCT22