Production Supervisor-Assembly- 2nd Shift

Job ID
Regular Full-Time


As a member of our Assembly Supervisory team, you directly supervise approximately 35-50 assembly line associates on 2nd Shift (Core Hours- 1:30 pm - 9:30 pm Monday - Friday) in a high volume manufacturing environment while communicating and working with associates to meet or exceed company goals and objectives.


  • Supervise associates and line activities including the creation of work schedules and monitoring the production process to maintain company expectations.
  • Interpret , apply, and enforce all company policies, safety rules, product specifications and work instructions to associates.
  • Communicate with associates the proper methods to assembly products and utilize tools and equipment.
  • Recommend and/or implement opportunities for improving production methods and equipment performance to improve efficiency and/or cost. Encourage associates to participate in the process of product improvement, enhanced production methods, equipment improvements, and cost reduction opportunities.
  • Communicate regularly with line associates to include discussion of company goals and objectives, performance feedback, and performance reviews. Conduct counsel and disciplinary sessions, when necessary.
  • Analyze and resolve work problems with the assistance of line associates and/or other departments, when applicable.



  • An associate’s degree and/or a minimum of three years related experience in a high volume manufacturing assembly environment or equivalent combination of education and experience. Bachelor’s degree is preferred. Applicable previous supervisory experience would include planning and directing workflow, associate training and development, performance reviews, discipline and other employee relations.
  • Proven ability to lead people and achieve positive results in the areas of productivity, quality and safety.
  • Great interpersonal and communication skills with a strong team player orientation.
  • Strong mechanical comprehension is required.
  • Knowledge of lean manufacturing methodologies is highly desired.
  • Computer literate with a solid knowledge of MS Word & Excel

Andis is an Equal Opportunity Employer: Minorities, Women, Veterans, and Disabilities


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