Nail Packaging Supervisor

The Packaging Machinery Supervisor is responsible to maintain the needed production volume in a safe and timely manner. The Supervisor is responsible for their assigned packaging lines and all personnel and equipment associated in this area. This person will effectively guide their personnel, reach production goals and keep the machinery in production.
Manage the production 3 nail packaging lines
Help hire and train operators as needed
Help direct personnel to maximize production and report any personnel concerns to Manager
Ensure quality of packaged material to customer's specifications
Ensure facility is kept clean and safe to customer's specifications
Maintain the three packaging lines including troubleshooting and repair of the nail packaging machinery
Maintain inventory of spare parts needed for the machines and notify Manager when parts are needed
Communicate with the customer daily to ensure we reach their production needs
EDUCATION: High School Diploma
EXPERIENCE: 2 years' experience in a manufacturing environment with strong technical aptitude
Strong team building and leadership abilities
Knowledge of production and manufacturing processes
Strong analytical, administrative, and organizational skills
Stand, walk, or be mobile for up to an eight-hour shift; ascend and push, and pull up to 50 lbs.; bend, twist and reach to check freight, stack boxes, and label.
The position is based out in a customer's warehouse working around nail packaging machinery.
Located in Taunton, MA, Ohlson has designed and manufactured quality automatic and semi-automatic net weighing and counting machines for 50 years. The product portfolio includes combination and linear weighers, vertical baggers, pouch machines, bucket elevators, rotary tables, supply hoppers and more. The company has built its business on a developed system that reduces its customers' labor time, decreases square footage required for packaging and increases shelf life of perishable products through modified atmosphere packaging.

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