High school graduate with minimum of 2 years practical work experience, post high school training or military service. 3 years Industrial and/or supervisory experience a must. Advanced computer skills needed, mechanical aptitude preferred.Experience working in woodroom or construction.
**Following is a listing of representative examples of duties for this position; it is not considered to be a complete listing of all duties and responsibilities for the position.
· Train, direct and supervise employees with varying levels of ability in ODC/ODCGS production operations.
· Operate equipment safely and effectively for production processing.
· Work under guidance of Operations Manager to perform and complete the assigned duties in a timely manner
· Operate lift trucks and other equipment in a safe manner
· Follow safety procedures and company policies for equipment operation
· Work effectively with customers – both internal and external customers.
· Make independent day-to-day production decisions; plan and schedule workload.
· "Lead by Example" by creating a work environment which reflects a commitment to employee safety, product quality and positive employee relations
· Ability to follow established procedures and practices
· Perform setup, operation, troubleshooting and routine maintenance on production equipment.
· Meet production deadlines and schedule workforce with efficient use of labor and materials.
· Compile and report daily production information and report as requested.
· Oversight of time card entry and verification.
· Adapt to changing production demands and multiple priorities.
· Monitor job assignment, training and employee performance.
· Monitor and control production inventory information.
· Perform material handling as needed.
· Serve on ODC/ODCGS committees as requested.
· Assist services staff on evaluating and monitor client employees’ vocational rehabilitation goals.
· Monitor cleanliness and safety of production work environment.
· Quality – responsible for quality in assigned area – including first piece approval, ensuring quality requirements are being met – ensuring production employees are trained in quality requirements and are following SOP and quality procedures. Authority/responsibility to stop production due to a safety or quality issue.
· Advanced computer skills
· Communicate effectively with all departments.
· Track labor and production on each job on daily job sheets.
· Ability to produce at required rate and quality of assigned job.
· Ability to facilitate and respond to verbal, written, computerized, fax communications.
· Ability to operate production electrical/motor driven equipment and machinery.
· Mobility to access various locations within ODC facility.
· Ability to perform quality inspection according to ODC’s and/or customer’s requirements.
· Bending, squatting, twisting, reaching, standing, sitting, walking frequently required.
· Lifting 40 – 50 lbs frequently – up to 60 pounds occasionally