Maintenance-Tool and Die Supervisor WP, 3rd

at Lozier
Location Omaha, Nebraska
Date Posted August 1, 2022
Category Trades & Services
Job Type Not Specified

Description

Lozier Corporation is an industry leader in providing store fixtures to major retailers across the U.S. and around the world. Headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska, Lozier began manufacturing fixtures in 1956, and originated the basics of today's shelving systems. Today, Lozier has over 4 million square feet of manufacturing and distribution space across facilities located in five states. We are committed to quality and service, building our business around integrity and respect, and investing in our people and communities.

We continue to invest in technology and people to ensure we remain competitive in the industry. That means opportunities for you to grow and develop as an employee and individual. Whether you have a clear idea of where you see yourself in your career or not, Lozier has a diverse range of departments with their own challenges and opportunities for growth to explore. You will find a welcoming and team-oriented environment where employees strive to not only help the company succeed but also help each other succeed, too.

POSITION SUMMARY
The Maintenance-Tool & Die Supervisor is responsible for effectively leading, directing and controlling both Maintenance and Tool & Die technicians engaged in the safe and expedient installation, maintenance and repair of equipment and facilities to maintain and improve equipment reliability. This position also serves as a motivator, problem-solver, facilitator and project leader to their staff as well as their manufacturing supervisory peers.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Leads the safety initiative in the department and constantly focus on safety by creating a safe work environment, weekly meetings and communication, with an objective of zero accidents.
  • Supervises routine, preventive, and project maintenance and tool & die work assignments to optimize the reliability of plant equipment and the facilities.
  • Works collaboratively with production and engineering to plan, organize, and justify cost for project implementation and preventive maintenance and demonstrate problem solving and trouble shooting skills.
  • Works collaboratively with production supervisors and managers to solve maintenance related problems, reduce costs and improve operations.
  • Develops, motivates and directs technicians to improve the required skills and performance to meet maintenance and tool & die objectives.
  • Ensures that Lozier safety and environmental programs are followed.
  • Coordinates work assignments to optimize the utilization of people, machines, materials and processes to meet requirements, compliance, and operating cost objectives.
  • Completes Kronos review, review and respond to emails, complete reviews and order supplies as needed.
  • Communicates effectively with all levels within the company in all steps of a project or task.
  • Ensures compliance with HR policies, procedures and Lozier's collective bargaining agreement.
  • Demonstrates regular attendance and timeliness in reporting to work, meetings, and completing assignments
  • Ability to work and interact well with others
OTHER JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Budgeting
  • Work collaboratively with vendors to solve maintenance and tool & die related problems, reduce costs and improve operations.
  • Ability to lift and carry product and materials occasionally.
JOB QUALIFICATIONS
Education: A college degree or equivalent training in a related area

Experience:

    • Demonstrated success in managing a technical area, such as manufacturing engineering, Tool & Die or maintenance.
    • 3 years of manufacturing experience preferred

  • Required Skills:
    • Working knowledge of industrial maintenance and tool & die in a manufacturing setting including welders, brake presses, roll formers, punch presses, paint lines, lasers, CNC equipment and dies.
    • Intermediate skill with Microsoft Office Applications.
    • General mechanical and electrical knowledge including troubleshooting and programmable controller knowledge.

  • Preferred Skills
    • Knowledge of Lozier manufacturing systems, strategies and objectives.
    • Knowledge of Lozier scheduling practices
    • Working knowledge of Lozier information systems and quality practices.
    • Knowledge of Lozier policies, procedures and labor agreement.
    • Knowledge of preventive and predictive maintenance systems and procedures.
    • Knowledge of Lozier emergency procedures.
    • Knowledge of Lozier budget planning process.
    • Knowledge of project planning database programs.
    • Knowledge of standard budget processes.
    • Knowledge of sheet metal manufacturing practices.
    • Use of MP2 to track machine components and labor cost related to equipment.
    • Proficient in AutoCAD and Inventor

SPECIAL DEMANDS

  • Must be able to navigate throughout a manufacturing facility or warehouse 75% of the day.
  • Must be flexible to cover for shifts other than the regularly assigned shift.
Lozier Corporation is an industry leader in providing store fixtures to major retailers across the U.S. and around the world. Headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska, Lozier began manufacturing fixtures in 1956, and originated the basics of today's shelving systems. Today, Lozier has over 4 million square feet of manufacturing and distribution space across facilities located in five states. We are committed to quality and service, building our business around integrity and respect, and investing in our people and communities.

We continue to invest in technology and people to ensure we remain competitive in the industry. That means opportunities for you to grow and develop as an employee and individual. Whether you have a clear idea of where you see yourself in your career or not, Lozier has a diverse range of departments with their own challenges and opportunities for growth to explore. You will find a welcoming and team-oriented environment where employees strive to not only help the company succeed but also help each other succeed, too.

POSITION SUMMARY
The Maintenance-Tool & Die Supervisor is responsible for effectively leading, directing and controlling both Maintenance and Tool & Die technicians engaged in the safe and expedient installation, maintenance and repair of equipment and facilities to maintain and improve equipment reliability. This position also serves as a motivator, problem-solver, facilitator and project leader to their staff as well as their manufacturing supervisory peers.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Leads the safety initiative in the department and constantly focus on safety by creating a safe work environment, weekly meetings and communication, with an objective of zero accidents.
  • Supervises routine, preventive, and project maintenance and tool & die work assignments to optimize the reliability of plant equipment and the facilities.
  • Works collaboratively with production and engineering to plan, organize, and justify cost for project implementation and preventive maintenance and demonstrate problem solving and trouble shooting skills.
  • Works collaboratively with production supervisors and managers to solve maintenance related problems, reduce costs and improve operations.
  • Develops, motivates and directs technicians to improve the required skills and performance to meet maintenance and tool & die objectives.
  • Ensures that Lozier safety and environmental programs are followed.
  • Coordinates work assignments to optimize the utilization of people, machines, materials and processes to meet requirements, compliance, and operating cost objectives.
  • Completes Kronos review, review and respond to emails, complete reviews and order supplies as needed.
  • Communicates effectively with all levels within the company in all steps of a project or task.
  • Ensures compliance with HR policies, procedures and Lozier's collective bargaining agreement.
  • Demonstrates regular attendance and timeliness in reporting to work, meetings, and completing assignments
  • Ability to work and interact well with others
OTHER JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Budgeting
  • Work collaboratively with vendors to solve maintenance and tool & die related problems, reduce costs and improve operations.
  • Ability to lift and carry product and materials occasionally.
JOB QUALIFICATIONS
Education: A college degree or equivalent training in a related area

Experience:

    • Demonstrated success in managing a technical area, such as manufacturing engineering, Tool & Die or maintenance.
    • 3 years of manufacturing experience preferred

  • Required Skills:
    • Working knowledge of industrial maintenance and tool & die in a manufacturing setting including welders, brake presses, roll formers, punch presses, paint lines, lasers, CNC equipment and dies.
    • Intermediate skill with Microsoft Office Applications.
    • General mechanical and electrical knowledge including troubleshooting and programmable controller knowledge.

  • Preferred Skills
    • Knowledge of Lozier manufacturing systems, strategies and objectives.
    • Knowledge of Lozier scheduling practices
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