Production Supervisor

Location: Delta, BC, Canada

In this dynamic, fast-paced environment, the Production Supervisor is responsible supervising employees and maintaining production and quality levels while maintaining a continuous improvement focus in a manufacturing/production environment.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Be a proactive, energetic leader with abilities to motivate and persuade change.
  • Lead, manage and maintain a positive environment focusing on Lean Manufacturing strategies and continuous improvement initiatives.
  • Supervise employees in a manufacturing/production union environment
  • Maintain production levels as specified on weekly schedules
  • Responsible for the consistent quality of product and assembly processes
  • Work order reporting and maintenance on a daily basis
  • Ensure employees have resources needed to do their job
  • Process improvements in assembly and material handling
  • Training and performance measurement of new and existing employees
  • Work cell / Assembly line balancing, Standardized Work and cross training of employees
  • Maintain proper practices in the Plant Occupational Health and Safety
  • Deal with union related issues when required
  • Involvement with product introduction to shop floor / assembly lines
  • Maintain a current knowledge of product, design and assembly techniques
  • Coordinate workflow with other departments and shifts
  • Other related duties as assigned


  • Effective organizational, prioritization and time management skills
  • Ability to take initiative and follow through until completion
  • Strong communication skills in English (both written and verbal)
  • Ability to develop and maintain good working relationship with management and employees
  • Demonstrated experience developing effective teams


  • Minimum High School Graduate or equivalent plus
  • Courses in Operations Management, Supervision, Leadership or related an asset
  • Lean Manufacturing training preferred


  • Minimum 5 years of experience in Supervision in a Manufacturing/Production environment
  • Previous experience working in a union environment would be an asset
  • Experience with Lean concepts, team building and continuous improvement tools

How To Apply

Interested candidates are invited to submit a resume with cover letter to the Human Resource Department by Fax: 604-952-6638
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