1st Shift Assembly Supervisor

MPE-Inc. (Midwest Products and Engineering Inc.) is currently looking for a 1st shift Assembly Supervisor to join our legacy!  As a 1st shift Assembly Supervisor at MPE- Inc. you will be responsible for overseeing assembly operations.

 

Why us? Why Not? We Offer:

  • Full benefits (health, dental, vision, paid holidays, PTO, sick days, etc.)
  • Competitive salary
  • Generous 401K match
  • Tuition reimbursement and certifications
  • Brewers games, casino night and paintball
  • We have sport lunches and create products that save lives on a daily basis!

Requirements

  • 3-5 years of experience as a team lead or supervisor in a manufacturing role
  • Bachelor’s degree in industrial or manufacturing Engineering preferred
  • Experience and knowledge of lean process improvement or six sigma
  • Must be able to read blueprints/ CAD drawings
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suites and ERP systems
  • Must be able to interpret product routings, takt times, and bill of materials

A day in the life:

  • Supervise 1st shift assembly line consisting of 30-35 assemblers
  • Lead the execution of set up from fabricated parts to purchased part kitting
  • Coordinate work flow priorities between kitting, fabrication, outside services, and the paint line
  • Participate in assembly quality initiatives and corrective action implementation.
  • Enforce all safety policies in assembly with the demonstration of proper PPE.
  • Identify flow and line balancing improvements for assembly cells and flow lines.
  • Develop assembly leads to become a lean self-directed work team.
  • Provide input on staffing levels and cross-training efforts as needed

Application Details

Interested candidates should send your resume to our Human Resources department at [email protected].
Internal candidates should see PaoChee Yang to complete an internal application.

This position is eligible for Employee Referral Bonus (up to $300)

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MPE is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities/Females/Vets/Disability