Production Supervisor (Process/Manufacturing) - Delta, British Columbia Canada - 18454
Production Supervisor (Process/Manufacturing)
Delta, British Columbia - Canada
$75,000.00 - $85,000.00 - Canadian Dollars - Yearly
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WHY IS THIS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY?
Our client is a world leading industrial supplier providing a wide range of products and services on a global scale. Their Delta, BC based plant is in search for their Production Supervisor. The role will be responsible for overseeing day to day production and maintenance, ensuring quality and safety and adherence to regulation.
The Ideal candidate will have production supervision/management experience in an industrial manufacturing environment. Experience with food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, chemical and other process and manufacturing environments that involve compliance to quality and safety regulations will be considered. The candidate will have successful experience in developing and leading staff.
The role is a permanent role that provides opportunity for advancement and growth. They are looking for somebody to bring leadership to the group and can potentially elevate into higher level roles within the company. The company values empowering and ensuring the safety and well-being of their employees and the public. They strive to develop and sustain a positive, healthy and safe work environment and culture.
Provide leadership and direction to staff to meet demand of customers and to help foster capable, motivated, informed and empowered team
Ensure staff is fully-trained in their activities in accordance to safety and quality systems requirements
Coordinate safety training for production employees and maintain JSO and training records
Lead reliability, compliance, quality and safety programs and ensure statutory and regulatory compliance
Drive productivity to maximize plant capabilities and operational efficiency and identify issues and lead continuous process and operational improvements
Assist in day to day distribution activities to branches and external customers; driver routing & dispatching
Monitor and escalate any product quality and equipment issues
Maintain inventory of production supplies
Diligent, timely and accurately completing reports such as Inventory, KPI, financial, work orders, etc.
Successful leadership/supervisory/management experience in a production/manufacturing environment
Experience in food and beverage, pharmaceutical, chemical and other process and production environments operating within compliance of regulatory and quality standards will be considered
Excellent leadership, people management, interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal)
Strong record of safety compliance and maintaining product quality
Keen eye for details, organized and ability to handle multiple priorities
Flexibility for shift schedule between morning and afternoon