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Job Posted: Jun 14, 2022
Job Location:GP:50 Grand Island
Job Department:Aerospace
Job Level: Experienced
Shift:First Shift
Position Type:Full Time
Travel:0% - 5%

Position Summary:

Under general direction of the Operations Manager, the Aerospace Production Supervior oversees plant operations in connection with production matters of the Aerospace manufacturing department, coordinates and directs operations and personnel so as to ensure efficient and profitable operations; uses independent judgment within the framework of established policies and objectives in decisions effecting production; makes recommendations and assists in the implementation of company objectives, policies, and plans.

Key Responsibilities:

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1.Manages all Aerospace manufacturing operations.
2.Initiate’s personnel actions such as recruitments, selections, transfers, promotions, and disciplinary or dismissal measures.
3.Resolves work grievances or submits unsettled grievances to next in chain of command for action.
4.Interprets and disseminates policy to workers and evaluates employee performance.
5.Directs all Lead personnel to ensure on time delivery.
6.Ensures that a safe working environment is maintained through an awareness of state and federal regulations and the promulgation of appropriate rules to ensure compliance.
7.Working with production planning for on-time delivery.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Bachelor or Associates Technical degree or ten years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

SKILLS and KNOWLEDGE:
1.Ability to read, analyze, and interpret technical drawings and documents or governmental regulations.
2.Ability to write reports, business correspondence and procedural manuals.
3.Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, manufacturing employees, and the public.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:
Manage the training, development, appraisal and work assignments of Aerospace production personnel and aids in the selection of such personnel.

EQUIPMENT TO BE USED:
Office Equipment: personal computer, copier/printer, fax machine and telephone

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
1.Light physical activity performing non-strenuous daily activities of a productive/technical nature
2.Ability to lift weight up to a maximum of 40 pounds
3.Ability to sit at a desk for approximately 5 hours per day
4.Ability to stand and/or walk for approximately 3 hours per day
5.Ability to kneel, crouch, stoop, bend, and reach
6.Manual dexterity to manipulate and inspect small parts
7.Must have 20/20 vision or corrected 20/20.

TYPICAL MENTAL DEMANDS:
1.Ability to multi-task.
2.Ability to manage time.

WORKING CONDITIONS:
Well-lit, heated and/or air-conditioned indoor office/production environment with adequate ventilation.

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