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Production Supervisor
Chemical Operations
Confirmed live in the last 24 hours
Locations
Reno, NV, USA
Experience Level
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Desired Skills
Leadership
Management
Writing
Responsibilities
  • Facilitate the implementation of the training program to ensure compliance is achieved for all training policies and requirements
  • Build effective relationships with employees that will improve the likeliness to be successful; accomplished through strong manufacturing floor presence and ongoing engagement with front line supervisors and coordinators
  • Provide training and mentoring to new hires in safety, company policy, procedures, work instructions, along with manufacturing topics through hands-on and classroom-based learning
  • Development of individualized training plans to address deficiencies, resourcing, and optimization of overall staffing levels
  • In conjunction with site leadership, develops the department manufacturing strategy and supports its execution
  • Lead a diverse team to develop an inclusive work environment that delivers safe, reliable, cost optimized production
  • Set expectations, provide feedback, and hold people accountable for their actions and responsibilities in meeting those expectations
  • Work with all key stakeholders to ensure you and your team are prepared for start-up, shut down, and continual operation of the plant
  • Identify potential risks to performance. Lead your team in resolving those issues where possible. Escalate to the relevant stakeholders to minimize impact when necessary
  • Communicate complex ideas and information effectively, both verbally and in writing
  • Monitor production KPIs, making production changes where necessary to meet these KPIs
  • Able to prioritize and assign responsibility across team to efficiently manage an ever-changing environment
  • Listen to team member's feedback and resolve any issues or conflict
Desired Qualifications
  • High school diploma or equivalent from an accredited institution required
  • AAS Degree or higher preferred
  • 5+ years in a chemical manufacturing facility
  • Previous experience in a training or leadership role highly preferred
  • Possess an interest in people development
  • Ability to differentiate learning strategies and instruction methods in varied situations
  • Excellent critical thinking and time management
  • Able to effectively communicate across the company hierarchy
  • Ability to adapt to a changing environment
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Proficient hazard recognition skills and ability to teach and direct reports on hazard recognition abilities
  • Comfortable with fork lifts, hoists, and scissor lifts
  • Self-motivated; able to take problems and drive them to completion using company resources
  • Must be willing/able to work in a chemical manufacturing environment. Must be able to climb stairs, perform physical lifts up to 50 pounds and wear site standard PPE
  • Proficient understanding of life critical procedures such as Safe Work Permitting, Hot Work, Confined Space Entry, Line Breaks/Openings, and Working from Heights
  • Experience with HMI programs preferred
  • A passion for sustainability and making the world a better place!
Redwood Materials

51-200 employees

Lithium-ion refinement & component manufacturer
Company Overview
Redwood’s mission is to build a circular supply chain to power a sustainable world and accelerate the reduction of fossil fuels. To them this focus is critical to the future of transportation and the electric grid.