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UFP Industries, Inc. Hourly Production Supervisor in Sidney, New York

Area of Interest
Manufacturing

Salary/Hourly
Hourly

General Summary

The Production Supervisor is responsible for the direct supervision and coordination of an operating department and plans, directs and coordinates support services; as well as the training and development of its employees. Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals; some creativity and latitude is expected; works under the supervision of a manager.

Principal Duties/Responsibilities

Implements methods to achieve plans and goals of the department and to maintain quality and customer standards/expectations.
Directs the activity of a group of employees and motivates for maximum productivity.
Ensures all employees have received adequate machine specific safety training prior to operating equipment.
Reviews pre-shift machine inspections and addresses machine concerns according to internal procedure.
Maintains a clean and safe work environment; consistently checks quality of inbound and outbound material; and implements CI principals to improve current processes.
Identifies researches and resolves various problems and opportunities.
Evaluates performance of individuals and various programs.
Coaches and assists employees to help them perform their job functions more safely, productively, and efficiently. Disciplines employees when necessary, and conducts annual performance reviews.
Conducts Sunrise meetings and monthly safety talks, and provides training to employees.
Directs activities consistent with all Company policies, procedures and applicable law.
Communicates to employees and other management members as required.
Leads employees in continuous improvements and safety initiatives.
Prepares production reports and maintains records as required.
Participates in Safety Committee and ensures that assigned department is in compliance with established safety standards.
Manages employees time and attendance through the T&A system.
May drive a forklift to assist moving material to and from the production area
Performs other duties as required.

Requirements

Knowledge
Minimum high school diploma
Minimum 1 to 3 years of experience; 3 to 5 years preferred.
Working knowledge of production reporting and production scheduling
Working knowledge of excel, word and outlook.
Basic knowledge on lumber math, lumber grades and species.
Preferred understanding on company policies, practices and procedures.
Successfully complete Forklift Driver licensing process
Bust be at least 18 years of age.
Skills and abilities
Demonstrates ability to handle responsibility and be accountable for actions/decisions
Ability to recognize safe vs. unsafe working conditions
Ability to clearly communicate directions and expectations
Ability to plan, and organize the work of others, determine priorities, meet deadlines and work under pressure and stress.
Ability to prioritize tasks and act decisively when conditions change
Ability to identify problems and find viable solutions
Ability to understand and use basic math and numbers, and to use a computer, calculator, and telephone.
Ability to understand basic verbal and written instructions in English; ability read and write basic English
Ability to communicate with management regarding people, products and equipment
Ability to multitask and pay attention to detail
Ability to work under immediate supervision
Ability to pass a drug test
Ability to work hours mandated by management
Conduct
Safety conscious and strong supervisory and interpersonal skills
Team player and goal oriented
Leads by example and has a positive attitude
Participates in Safety and CI programs
Looks for ways to improve productivity and department results
Punctual and reliable

Universal Forest Products and its subsidiaries and affiliates are equal opportunity employers. All qualified candidates will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex or national origin.

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