Solicita: Production Supervisor
    Descripción y Requisitos

      I.        Job Summary:

  1. Responsible to manage assigned production area to achieve the goals of safety, quality, productivity, cost, delivery and personnel.  
  2. Assure the support of the service departments to the production line, making sure that they perform the function and tasks required to assure the resources and conditions to fulfil the production requirements.
  3. Promote the collaboration and joined effort of all the team member towards the continuous improvement.

    II.        Primarily Job Responsibilities (Enlist between 5 and 10) if any responsibility requires to enlist few activities under the responsibility annotate them as sub index (f.e 1.2,1.3 etc.)

  1. Responsible for the achievement of goals of the Key Process Indicators (KPI).

1.1.   S- Safety and environmental (Accidents –TRR, Incidents TIR, LTCR, DART and 3Q6S, chemical handling and waste disposal).

1.2.   Q- Quality (Internal PPM, customer PPM and Scrap).

1.3.   D- Delivery (Adherence to the production plan, productivity –minutes per piece- and down time of the line).

1.4.   H- Human Resources. Personnel management (Discipline, Absenteeism and training).

1.5.   Overall responsibility to visually show proper PDCA when the metrics goals are not met.

  1. S- Safety.

2.1.   Assure the employee training in: safety devices (safety glasses, ear plugs, gloves, sleeves, etc).

2.2.   Assure that all employees follows the use of safety equipment and rules and apply the corrective actions derived of any deviation.

2.3.   Report verbally and immediately report any accident or incident to the medical department and maintenance whenever it applies. Formally communicate any safety event to the Production coordinator and Business Unit Manager (BUM), participate in the accident investigation, and prepare safety reports.

2.4.   Stop the operation, report and/or escalate to the Production Coordinator/BUM and/or service departments about any unsafety condition in the work area. Assure that all containment and corrective actions are implemented by the service department. Participation in the line restart after a safety event is mandatory.

2.5.   Assure that all team members behave as required during Safety drills.

2.6.   Supervise and maintain intervention limits in machinery and equipment (do not surpass limits allowed).

2.7.   Responsible to properly track daily/weekly/monthly all metrics associated with this specific responsibility.

2.8.   Develop the safety patrol tour as required and report immediately high risk findings.

  1. Q- Quality (Internal PPM, customer PPM and Scrap).

3.1.   Supervise that all the quality reports are done correctly and on time as required by the quality system, for example: first pass piece, fails by station records, scrap disposition, components traceability, non-conformity material, etc.

3.2.   Supervise the enforcement of quality reaction plan, example: initiate the escalation process as indicated by the escalation process.

3.3.   Supervise that all quality line inspections are done correctly. Such as: Master testing, PPM records, filling in and control of red tags (non-conforming product), containment actions among others.

3.4.   Assure the correct filling in of quality control records such as: SPC. R-Charts, equipment calibration and final product audits among others.

3.5.   Responsible to properly track daily/weekly/monthly all metrics associated with this specific responsibility.

  1. D- Delivery.

4.1.   Assure the availability of human and materials resources to fulfill the production schedule (adherence).

4.2.   Achieve the periodic production goal defined.

4.3.   Escalate any restriction that prevent from achieving the production goal.

4.4.   Responsible to properly track daily/weekly/monthly all metrics associated with this specific responsibility.

  1. H- Human resources management (discipline, absenteeism and training).

5.1.   Apply, with the support of HR, internal labor regulations when there are violations such as: absenteeism, uniform use, discipline, safety, environmental, quality, production, etc.

5.2.   Track personnel attendance and take corresponding actions as required and supported by Human Resources.

5.3.   Assure the training of the new hires and new in the operation, trained in the work instructions and Critical to Quality (CTQs), this applies also to personnel transferred temporarily or permanently.   

5.4.   Assure the personnel receive training when the following scenarios will occur: work instructions changes, operation inactivity (due to: days out, absenteeism, turnover, etc), customer complaints or required by the quality system.

5.5.   Assure training in the handling of non-conforming material.

5.6.   Assure training in new projects or new production or service lines.

5.7.   Assure the integration of new hires or transferred personnel in daily routines such as: team involvement, work schedule, lunch hours, etc.

5.8.   Enforce Strict Adherence to all Nidec rules and regulations.

5.9.   Attention to improvement suggestions and complains and turn them to the appropriate channels to give response to the employees. Promote communication among the team.

5.10 Responsible to properly track daily/weekly/monthly all metrics associated with this specific responsibility.

  1. Other responsibilities related to function of this position.

6.1.   Other responsibilities related to function of this position or improvement projects.

   III.        Competences required to perform the job (functional and interpersonal skills):

  1. Professional Competences: IATF 16949, VDA 6.3, 3Q6S Knowledge, AutoQuality Matrix, productivity, QRQC, product functionality, line process, PFMEA, cycle time, product quality, PDCA methodology, Poka yoke, one piece flow, equipment maintenance, lean manufacturing techniques, training methodologies, labor law, Tress, Ms office, others.
  2. General Competences: Leadership, communication, conflict resolution, team work.
  3. English, TOIC Test results: Speaking level 6 (130-150) and Writing level 7 (140-160).

   IV.        Education:

  1. Bachelor degree in any field or High school and specialized training in the area.

    V.        Work Experience:

  1. Two years of experience in any area of manufacturing industry.
  2. Candidate with no bachelor degree requires 5 years of experience as supervisor in manufacturing.

   VI.        Certifications / Training:

  1. Supervision certification (as a plus).
  2. Leadership certification (as a plus).

Puesto:  Administracion
    Información Adicional
Tipo de contrato: Permanente
Salario:  Negociable

Estado o Region: Chihuahua
Ciudad: Ciudad Juarez


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