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Operations Site Supervisor in Brampton at Curtiss-Wright

Date Posted: 5/23/2019

Job Snapshot

Job Description



Your Challenge: Operations Site Supervisor:


Reporting to the Operations Manager, the ideal candidate will be responsible for:



  • Workplace Safety; Production and Maintenance planning and execution.

  • Driving productivity by ensuring Total production Maintenance (TPM) standards are met.

  • Monitoring, coaching and supervising production personnel in UNION environment.

  • Effectively executing production schedule.

  • Setting up production lines for start-ups, changeovers and shutdowns.

  • Strong "hands on" experience with Preventative Maintenance on all Production machines.

  • Providing direction on routine repairs and maintenance of Production equipment.

  • Collecting and ensuring Tech plans, travel documents and shipping paperwork are properly filled and dispatched in a timely manner.

  • Troubleshooting and resolving production variances and issues.

  • Identifying ways to cut cost, reduce time, improve processes etc.

  • Conducting regular Safety training and adhering to health and safety policies and ensuring the safety of employees.

  • Tracking and monitoring inventory levels for packaging materials.

  • Ensuring housekeeping standards are maintained.

  • Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.


Your Expertise



  • Strong work ethics, leadership and interpersonal skills

  • Attention to detail, quality and safety

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Strong mechanical / Electrical experience. Mechanical/Electrical Engineering degree is an asset.

  • Sound problem solving and decision-making abilities

  • Ability to multitask and adapt to rapidly changing environments

  • Willingness to learn new information and tasks

  • Shift work will be required based on Production needs

  • Previous supervisory experience a must, preferably in a Unionized manufacturing setting

  • Background in WHMIS and TDG

  • Forklift certification an asset