Maintenance Supervisor

Company Name:
Randstad Staffing
Randstad is seeking an experienced Maintenance Supervisor in the West Memphis area to work directly with the Plant Manager in a production environment. We are currently looking for an individual with injection molding experience, supervisory experience and heavy maintenance knowledge. This opportunity is for someone looking for a ""career"" not just a job. The salary range for this Maintenance Supervisor position is $50-52k with a competitive benefit package. This is a direct hire opportunity with a leading Manufacturing company.
Maintenance Supervisor responsibilities include:
- Schedule mold repair
- Coach and assist production members at improving skills
- Support Kaizen activities
- Maintain new mold check sheets, and confirm completion
- Complete jobs in a safe, timely and efficient manner
- Follow applicable EMS/QMS policies, procedures, and work instructions
- Maintain tool crib inventory, receive parts, and maintain computerized inventory
Working hours: Monday - Friday
Skills and Qualifications include:
--5 plus years' experience in a Maintenance supervisory position
--Basic Injection molding and mold repair knowledge
--Computer literate
--Welding experience
--Blue Print and die drawing reading
--Measurement tool knowledge
--Milling machine, lath, and surface grinder experience
--Must be able to lift up to 30 pounds, 8-10 times per hour
--Must be able to climb a 4-6 foot step ladder, 4-6 times per hour
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