In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for implementing formal manufacturing systems to improve the overall production flow of the operation, including visual indicators, continuous flow manufacturing, waste elimination, process improvement tools and improving performance in the key process indicators through the incorporation of lean principles and projects throughout the facility.
In this role, you will proactively and consistently identify opportunities for improvement to drive efficiencies in process and procedures in a controlled environment. The selected candidate will oversee calculation and confirmation of off-cycle payrolls as needed.
Production Supervisor will implement and executes all production processes within and supporting a multiple effect evaporation process including a natural gas boiler and drying system, ensuring areas of responsibilities meet BU / Plant standards for safety, quality, efficiency and financial performance.
In this role, you will uses knowledge of HR processes, technologies, and controls framework to initiate and/or complete routine employee data transactions and to monitor, audit and ensure data integrity.
In this role, you will be responsible for supervises the receipt of merchandise ensuring that only products intended for the Distribution Center are accepted by the receiving clerks; ensures that daily logs are maintained with accurate information relative to products received.
As an Operations Supervisor , you will be responsible for managing the daily operations of an account, which includes maintaining revenue generation, safety, equipment maintenance, payroll and billing, and ensuring Customer Value Delivery.
Finance Operations is responsible for central transactional support for processing vendor invoices and employee expense reports for payment, fixed asset accounting for book and tax records, cash application and journal entries.
Supervise the schedule of service and install appointments maximizing efficiency of teams and delivering high level of customer service throughout the process. Manage data input into designated computer systems to assure accuracy and maximize first time throughout the process.
The Production Supervisor I is distinguished from the Production Supervisor II by typically overseeing a single or less complex product line(s), supervising a small team of employees, and receiving greater direction from plant management on complex issues.
The Operations Supervisor ensures that the Contact Center Team operates at the highest level of quality and productivity; forecast projected staffing requirements and schedules TSRs to adequately meet the goals of the department.
As an Operations Supervisor, you will be responsible for managing the daily operations of an account, which includes maintaining revenue generation, safety, equipment maintenance, payroll and billing, and ensuring Customer Value Delivery.
In this role, the selected candidate will perform related administrative duties including but not limited to daily work assignments, performance reviews, scrap and efficiency reports, accident and incident reports, etc.
The Manufacturing Supervisor is responsible for general supervision of all phases of plant operations including: employee safety, product quality, schedule execution, cost management, and regulatory compliance (ISO/FDA).