The average pay for a Manufacturing Supervisor is €13.81 per hour.
The average pay for a Manufacturing Supervisor is €38,200 per year.
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Job Description for Manufacturing Supervisor
Manufacturing supervisors are in charge of ensuring that proper production procedures are being followed. They are also responsible for supervising a group of workers while working to accomplish their company's manufacturing goals. They must ensure that their workers are in strict compliance with organizational rules as well as industry safety standards. Their goal is to maximize productivity while minimizing the risk of an accident occurring. In addition to overseeing production teams, they are also often involved in the hiring and training process, and will often be involved in making performance review decisions.Read More...
In general, manufacturing supervisors must have impeccable communication skills and previous managerial experience, and they must be good team players. They often set quality standards and strive to increase worker loyalty and satisfaction with the use of motivational programs. Manufacturing supervisors also interact with employees and work to promptly resolve any problems that may arise. They can also orchestrate and run business meetings, and they also work to build rapport with vendors and external partners/clients. They also make production reports, take part in the budget process and help develop effective strategies to increase profit and productivity.
Manufacturing supervisors should possess strong problem solving and leadership skills, strong technical knowledge and abilities, and they must pay close attention to detail. Their main work environment is usually a production floor, and they usually use a personal computer in addition to production machinery on a given work day. Most employers ask for a two or four year degree in manufacturing, but significant related work experience may also suffice. (Copyright 2019 PayScale.com)
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