Supervisor, Foundry Support operations

Company Name:
Career Development Partners
Our client is a foundry operation and they need a Supervisor who will oversee the planning and implementation all foundry support operations, including Blast, Saws, and Heat Treat. The plant is commutable to both Madison and Milwaukee and is near Oconomowoc. Advancement opportunity exists for a person who proves himself.

Associate's Degree in Management, Supervisor, Production or Engineering or equivalent and course work or experience in Metallurgy / Heat Treating
5+ years Foundry experience and 5+ years supervisory experience in a foundry, heating treating, heavy manufacturing environment
Superior knowledge of foundry safety and operations
Good problem solving, communication, organizational and interpersonal skills are required.
Computer skills are needed

1. Directly responsible for planning, coaching, oversight and documentation of all activities in the foundry support areas including but not limited to: inventory, production, staffing, training, safety, quality, employee relations and communications.
2. Responsible to work with Plant Engineering to ensure proper upkeep and maintenance of heat treat furnaces and scheduling/execution of furnace surveys.
3. Work with Production Control to develop and implement production schedules for blast, saws, and heat treat.
4. Enforcement of departmental instructions, work instructions, and adherence to routings
5. May perform shipping and inventory operations as directed by Production Superintendent.
Oversee the upkeep of all equipment within departments of responsibility - both cleanliness and proper operation.
Serve as resource to foundry support personnel and as an advocate to upper management in the area needs assessment for smooth operation of foundry.
Contribute to Continuous Improvement Plan by actively participating on appropriate teams.

The company offers a comprehensive benefits package and competitive bonus program. There is likely little or no help with relocation and a strong preference for commutable candidates. Sorry, no visa sponsorship is available

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