• Take full responsibility of the shift in terms of management and reporting of staff, safety, quality, productivity, housekeeping and team building.
  • Manage, develop, and motivate direct reporting staff.
  • Be approachable and professional with all employees and temps.
  • Problem solving and trouble shooting skills are used to ensure that all team members can identify root causes and take fast effective action to resolve the problem in hand.
  • Monitor, measure and report on production related issues.
  • Be the point person for all safety related questions or concerns and ensure employees are following all safety policies and procedures.
  • Maintain a high level of timekeeping to ensure employees breaks and shift change times are not abused.
  • Assist Operators with quality questions and put questionable product on hold. Sign off on quality documentation as required.
  • Work closely with Production Supervisor and Maintenance Supervisor to make sure all issues are communicated thoroughly to minimize downtime.
  • Ensure company resources are used in an effective manner to achieve the best operating cost and reduce waste.
  • Maintain housekeeping standards to ensure a clean and safe workplace.
  • Realign employees and temps based on production needs due to call-ins and schedule changes.
  • Document and report employee behavioral issues to appropriate person.
  • Make recommendations and implement plans to bring underperforming employees up to standard while working with the Production Supervisor.


Education: High school diploma or equivalent required; associate degree preferred.

Computer Skills: Possess basic computer skills – especially Word, Excel and Outlook.

Experience: 3-5 years of supervisory experience required, preferably in manufacturing/production environment.


Frequently required to use arms, legs, and hands in a range of motions. Frequently required to lift/carry or push/pull up to 12 pounds with or without assistance.


The work is typically performed in a manufacturing and an office environment. When in plant, incumbent will be around equipment designed to convert paper as well as in an office setting at times. Temperatures in the plant can range a great deal from season to season. The incumbent will be exposed to considerable paper dust. Incumbents will also be exposed to noise levels that may require hearing protection. Safety shoes and eye protection are also required in the manufacturing and warehouse areas.

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