Production Supervisor

Company Name:
BorgWarner Inc.

The Production Supervisor is responsible for effectively supervising employees in a designated area of manufacturing to ensure a safe work environment, meet production deadlines, and attain established goals in the areas of production quality, delivery, and cost.
Above all, ensure a safe work environment.
Support and drive the lean manufacturing system; assign work; and recommend and implement improvements in production methods, equipment, operating procedures, employee relations, and working conditions.
Oversee all departmental activities and carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with company policies and procedures and applicable laws.
Resolve employee issues, ensure positive employee relations, and promote and enforce all company policies fairly and consistently.
Responsible for area performance measures and individual employee work performance; provide coaching and direction to employees; and work with the manufacturing manager to identify development and/or training needs for employees.
Responsible for communication at all levels.
1. Associates Degree, or equivalent experience required; Bachelors Degree in a related field preferred.
2. 3 to 5 years experience in a manufacturing related position required
3. 3 years supervisory experience in a manufacturing environment strongly preferred; experience in the automotive industry preferred.
4. Strong technical skills and knowledge of lean manufacturing processes/procedures required.
5. Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications - Word, Excel and PowerPoint required.
6. Professional verbal and written communication skills essential.
7. Familiarity with proven safety programs or quality programs (i.e. Kaizen) a plus.
8. Knowledge of measuring devices i.e. micrometers, height stands, calipers.
Action Oriented
Conflict Management
Timely Decision Making
Motivating Others
Ethics and Values
Job: Manufacturing Operations
Title: Production Supervisor
Location: New York-Ithaca-800 Warren Road
Requisition ID: 1404207

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