Masonite

Production Supervisor for Logistics

USA-FL-Tampa
2 months ago
ID
2017-11205

Summary

Our vision is to be the best provider of building products in the eyes of our customers, employees, shareholders, suppliers and communities. 

 

At Masonite, we understand that people are key.  We are a composite of diverse people who come together by showing support and respect to one another.

 

We hire people that demonstrate integrity under pressure. Integrity is at the foundation of everything we do.  It is in each door we make, in our commitment delivery and in our honest and sincere communication.

 

Our employees are flexible, versatile and resistant. Our ability to weather any storm, to bend without breaking, is what allows us to hear the knock and open the door with confidence, no matter what’s on the other side. 

 

At Masonite, we hold the door open for each other and for new ideas. We want everyone to freely contribute ideas and add value, so we are positive and encouraging.  This collaborative environment is what makes Masonite a transparent, fair company- one that doesn’t hide behind closed doors.

 

We continuously strive to improve both our products and our customers’ experiences. This drive leads us to revolutionize the door industry and help people walk through walls.

Responsibilities

  • Provide leadership at the Tier 2 Meeting ensuring metrics are reviewed; metric misses are addressed with countermeasures, root cause identification, corrective actions, with assigned responsibility and target completion dates and ensure any support required is identified and verified.
  • Maintain the integrity of Tier 2 Board data and information.
  • Attend Tier 3 Meeting escalating issues requiring additional support and communicating the result of the items escalated along with retuning any required information to the Tier 2 team area.
  • Perform regular lean process audits to verify integrity of lean standards and provide training, demonstration and coaching to assigned process/team on lean tools and methodology.
  • Work with team leads to assess employee talent and developmental needs. Develop and maintain a skills matrix and training plan for all shift employees which is reviewed on a regular basis.
  • Holds regular engagements and GEMBA walks with team leads and operators to facilitate achievement of production requirements, consistency, and teamwork.
  • Work with team leads to direct production activities in accordance with Master Production Schedule and established priorities, ensuring maximum utilization of assigned resources, machines, personnel, and materials.
  • Working with team leads to evaluate and suggest improvements to functional leadership on production methods to improve productivity and improve quality.
  • Solicit from support functions recommendations for design and development approaches and improvements for tooling and tool utilization, production capable tolerances, equipment, i.e., fixtures, material handling equipment, production gages and inspection devices as required for new and existing production.
  • Understands and supports quality policies and implements guidelines to assure adherence to quality documents and standards.
  • Responsible for interviewing, hiring and development of process operators to include discipline, addressing complaints and resolving issues in accordance with applicable laws and/or company policy.
  • Identifies and highlights any activity or process that may lead to the defect of a product or allow a defective product to lead the team area.
  • Uses caution and follows safety rules to protect self and others from injury throughout the operation. Reports injuries, unsafe conditions, equipment or practices immediately to supervisor.
  • Demonstrates high degree of accuracy, good judgment in using tools, equipment, etc., when non-standard situations arise.

Qualifications

Education: Associates Degree required, Bachelors preferred.

 

  • 3 - 5 plus years work experience in a manufacturing environment required; automotive industry experience preferred
  • Must be certified Green Belt or willing to achieve within first 18 months.
  • Willing to be a change agent in the organization and demonstrate through actions the ability to change oneself and grow from experiences of success and failure alike.
  • Must have logistics experience and familiarity with DOT regulations.

 

 

 

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