FUJIFILM

  • FA Supervisor, Operations

    Job Locations US-SC-Greenwood
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(6/6/2018 10:00 AM)
    Requisition ID
    2018-2683
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Operations
  • Overview

    New Fuji Logo (1)

     

    FUJIFILM Manufacturing U.S.A., Inc., located in Greenwood, SC, plays a key role in the company's strategic vision by serving customers throughout the United States, Canada, and over 40 other countries worldwide. The complex boasts five state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities producing QuickSnap recyclable cameras, ink jet and traditional photographic paper, personalized photo prints and gifts, and digital printing plates for the Graphic Arts Industry.  


    Fujifilm strives to offer a healthy work environment that promotes individual responsibility and growth, a collaborative spirit, and an atmosphere that encourages learning, professional development and achievement. Performance, development and accountability are the standards to which the company and its people strive toward.

    We search for the most talented and qualified people. And to support our employees, we offer programs that motivate, educate and promote a healthy work-life balance, which increase employee satisfaction and overall personal well-being.

    At Fujifilm, INNOVATIONS and PEOPLE matter.

    FUJIFILM Manufacturing is an EEO Employer W/M/Vet/Disabled

    External US

    We are recruiting for a Supervisor of Operations.  This position provides supervisory support and leadership to the area process and is responsible for team development.  The position ensures Associates maintain a high level of understanding relating to their assigned process, and how their process affects other plant processes.  The Operations Supervisor maintains and completes daily, weekly, and monthly operating reports as necessary. 

     

    Education:  
    High School Diploma or equivalent


    Experience:  
    Minimum five years manufacturing experience in a coating and/or chemical production environment preferred. Previous supervisory experience preferred.


    Specific skills, knowledge and abilities:  
    Mechanical aptitude, Leadership skills

     

    Duties and Responsibilities:

     

    Employee Relations: Lead associates to achieve Company, plant, and team goals and objectives that have significant impact on operations. Leads and participates in formal project teams. Compose and delegate measurable goals and objectives to be attained by the team. Monitors team progress and calculate team and individual associate productivity, creates action plans, and provides feedback. Create an atmosphere of mutual trust and respect to activate continuous improvement processes. Anticipate adequate staffing and work schedules to assure best possible team service and coverage. Prioritize, assign, and monitor work including special projects of staff. Adjusts workload schedules to maintain equal distribution levels of work and housekeeping responsibilities. Builds rapport and resolves associate conflicts to advocate effective teams through listening and coaching skills. Expedites information to associates regarding procedure, policy changes, technology and corporate philosophy. Formulates training needs of staff to expand problem solving, decision making techniques and develop individual job skills. Conducts supervisory human resource activities such as: interviewing, employee discipline, performance assessments, salary administration, career development, etc. Tracks individual associate performance and maintains personnel files including time, attendance, vacation, paid time off, warnings, etc. as required. Responsible for associates’ adherence to all State and Federal Regulations and Company Policies affecting their departments- includes Fujifilm’s Employee Code of Conduct, Safety and Human Resource Policies. Accepts responsibility to support Company actions and policies as being fair, reasonable, and good for the company. Transmits supervisory support of Company actions and policies in all employee communications. Promote a positive attitude and encourages self-confidence to alter associates performance to enable them to reach their maximum ability.

    Record Keeping: Utilizes multiple software applications to coordinate the transfer of information between multiple systems for the completion of daily, weekly, and monthly process review and reports that include production analysis report, weekly and monthly operating summaries. Revises Fujifilm Operating Standards and process related equipment recovery policies for the department as needed.

    Process Control and Corrective Action: Ensures that the process line complies with customer orders. Places suspicious product on hold for further quality review and evaluation. Participates in Problem Solving meetings and reviews machine fault analysis sheets to develop system and process corrective actions. Performs on the job training with Associates to initiate corrective actions. Completes objectives and other duties as assigned by supervisor and manager. Responsible for actively participating in manufacturing activities to gain in-depth knowledge of the process. Effectively works with others within the team to achieve team goals. Effectively communicates with co-workers and Manager. Follows Fujifilm’s Employee Code of Conduct Policy and maintains and adheres to Fujifilm Safety Policies and Procedures.

     

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