Field Assembly Supervisor Job Description Sample
Company has a full-time opening for a hands-on Assembly Supervisor to lead the manufacturing operations of its facility. Prior working experience in a Automotive processing, set-ups, troubleshooting and employee supervision required. Other responsibilities include:
• Maintain production operations by supervising, planning, and leading the scheduling, quality and productivity of the labor force;
• Monitor staff’s work quality and habits and provide coaching and training when needed;
• Consistently complete production transactions via computer information system within shift time schedule;
• Contribute to team atmosphere for producing quality products by following and enforcing established Standard Operating Procedures;
• Document and initiate corrective actions for tooling or equipment deficiencies;
• Sustain compliance with industry quality standards.
• Able to work overtime and weekends as required.
Two to three years of supervisory experience in automotive or durable goods manufacturing along with excellent communication skills and basic PC aptitude required. Formal management training or similar course work a plus. Experience in process training and performance along with exposure to lean manufacturing and Six Sigma desired. Must be able to train or work any shift and overtime as needed.
1. 2 + years of supervisory experience in automotive or durable goods manufacturing.
2. Experience in process training and performance along with exposure to lean manufacturing and Six Sigma desired.
3. Formal management training or similar course work a plus.
Supervisor - Assembly Row
As a member of the Banana Republic field leadership team, the Supervisor is responsible for supporting the GM, Associate Manager, and Assistant Manager in managing all aspects of their store's business, including training Brand Ambassadors; executing store strategy; achieving key business goals and delivering an exceptional store experience. The Supervisor participates in the DOR rotations of Operations, Product and Talent.
Business Results: Contributes to driving the productivity of the team to achieve store financial, revenue and expense targets. Monitors sales to ensure labor is utilized to optimize traffic and sales generation. Works closely with leadership team to measure the success of brand initiatives, in-store trends and market insights to drive sales.
Customer Centric: Supports the team in executing operational excellence by leveraging a customer centric mindset. Helps establish effective relationships to build brand loyalty.
Ambassador: Represents the brand and understands the competition. Upholds a high quality store experience for both the internal and external customer. Contributes to store involvement in community programs. Supports building effective cross brand and store center relationships.
Inspiration: Energizes the team to achieve results. Performs leader on duty responsibilities and other duties as assigned. Supports team performance through Growth Mindset. Communicates priorities to Brand Ambassadors; redirects activities as needed to achieve productivity standards.
Compliance: Holds self and team accountable to all Gap Inc. standards of performance. Supports efforts to reduce instore shrink activity through education, awareness and compliance. Ensures compliance to all Federal, Provincial, State and Gap Inc. employment requirements.
6 months Gap experience
Demonstrated ability to deliver results
Basic business acumen skills
Established time management skills
Strong planning and prioritization skills
College degree preferred
Ability to maneuver around sales floor, stockroom and office
Travel between stores and outside the state/province, if necessary
Open availability to meet the needs of the business, including evenings and weekends
Assembly Supervisor - WE Day
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Lead the development, training, and operation of assembly associates, working on the plant floor to implement lean manufacturing techniques, including 5S.
Drive EHS, quality, 98%+ service level and productivity at 5%+ annually
Communicate a vision for area performance and evaluate individual and team progress towards goals in safety, quality, productivity, and service.
Administer corrective actions and the management of hours worked through Kronos and formal request process.
Responsible for conducting team member performance appraisals and in developing the skills of team members.
Administer manufacturing and company policies in a direct and consistent manner.
Release production order schedules to shop floor.
Actively participate in and/or lead process improvement (Kaizen) teams to get cross-functional ideas and support
Use Plant Metrics and pareto issues and opportunities to drive process improvement projects
4-year technical / engineering degree or equivalent technical experience is preferred Actively seeking a BA, BS, or BE required
1 year minimum experience in high-volume manufacturing environment
Prior supervision / leadership / lean manufacturing experience preferred
Strong drive and leadership ability to be a change agent
Ability to communicate effectively to all levels of the organization and to lead projects and improvement activities
Self-starting, results-oriented individual who can be part of a team as well as stand up for tough decisions when required
Must be well-organized, able to handle multiple projects and priorities.
Career oriented to develop into supervisor role
Stanley Black & Decker is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V
All qualified applicants that apply for Stanley Black & Decker will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.
Assembly Millwright Supervisor
Vigor Industrial Services
Vigor expects all employees to enhance the atmosphere in which they work by living the Vigor Values every day.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
Lead a team to disassemble, diagnose, repair or replace, reassemble and test small to large assemblies for new builds and the ship repair industry.
Clean up as you go to make sure your job site remains well-organized, free of unnecessary clutter.
Fit bearings, shafts, attach motors, and connect and align couplings and belts to precise tolerances.
Assemble and test mechanical components
Will read blueprints, diagrams, bill of materials, schematics and other technical documents to dismantle and assemble equipment.
Develop plans and sequencing for assemblies.
Has a solid, working knowledge of rigging and overhead crane operation, lifting device use and inspection and load calculations.
Use a variety of hand tools and measuring tools. You will lift heavy objects, physically manipulate objects with tools as needed utilizing cranes and other equipment to complete large-scale projects in your daily job duties.
Electromechanical assembly work
Focuses on safety, quality, and timely results.
Demonstrates good judgment in the face of uncertainty and conflicting demands.
Leads by example and walks the talk in all facets of safety, environmental stewardship, equipment and tool handling, Vigor Code and Values, and other standards of work.
Communicates a positive, consistent attitude and outlook.
Motivates, coaches and mentors employees to achieve their best every day.
Demonstrates care and concern about employee work and well-being.
Manages conflict as it arises with care and tact.
Sets clear expectations and is consistent in holding employees accountable to those expectations and standards.
Provides constructive, prompt and productive feedback to employees on skills and work performance.
Has timely and effective conversations with employees when performance and/or behavior do not meet expectations; intervenes early to remediate issues before they get out of hand.
Arrives at the shipyard with adequate time to dress, receives verbal and written turnovers, confers with Manager/Project Team, checks and assigns staffing and plans the work flow.
Assigns work, maintaining staffing plan, budget and schedule as a guide.
Sets daily production goals, measures performance and provides feedback to employees.
Provides training and mentorship or assists to assign/resource training as needed on safety, use of equipment and work procedures.
Evaluates employees on skills and work performance and reports progress to craft management.
Assures break & meal periods throughout the shift are followed according to company policies.
Plans labor, material and equipment per project plans and safety requirements
Estimates and orders staffing as needed per work scope.
Participates in production meetings as required.
Manages and coordinates shop related items required for the project.
Demonstrates the ability to measure job progress.
Orders materials and equipment per specifications.
Assists project team with production schedules and maintains schedule to meet project goals.
Assists project team with change orders, estimating and progress tracking.
Ensures accurate time keeping according to company policies and guidelines.
Ensures that work meets or exceeds quality standards.
Completes or confirms that all quality assurance documentation is complete and work is satisfactory prior to final inspection.
Accesses referenced technical requirements from specification.
Ensures that latest revision of any applicable drawings and specifications are being used.
Demonstrates an acceptable understanding of the relevant codes and acceptance criteria of areas of responsibility.
In conjunction with QA department, evaluates discrepancies to determine root cause and gives proper instruction to preclude reoccurrence.
Ensures test equipment for required test and trials are in good working order and calibrated.
Ensures that all spills of oil, hazardous materials, new or spent blast media, paints, etc. are cleaned up immediately.
Ensures workforce adherence to all company Best Management Practices.
Ensures adequate containment to capture any discharges from activities conducted.
Ensures work site is cleaned at the end of each shift; all materials placed in proper containers.
Reads the entire specification for the project and determines expectations for scope of work.
Writes or edits JHA, CFR and other forms to company standards.
Spends most of their time on the job site, providing clear and precise direction to others.
Assures work force complies with company policy and has direction and tooling to be productive.
Completes assigned work on a project (all items and support of others).
Communicates daily progress to Project Team and Craft Management
Oversees multiple work groups and items.
Receives broad scope of work and direction from project team.
Assures all employees are in their work sites at the appropriate times.
Regularly works with tools while supervising small crew.
Faces up to and addresses people problems or conflicts quickly and directly.
Openly shares ideas, information, and feedback to others.
Actively encourages others to share feedback.
Completes job task in a thorough and accurate manner.
Reports to work on time as scheduled for shift and before/after designated break periods; follows call in and approval procedures for time off.
Meets and exceeds goals successfully. No excuses.
Steadfastly pushes self and others for positive results.
Readily demonstrates accountability for decisions, actions and results.
Effectively copes with change and shifts gears comfortably.
Handles risks and uncertainty.
Continuously improves skills and abilities.
Willingly assumes new and challenging assignments.
Helps others develop their skills; acts as a coach and mentor to others.
Offers suggestions to solve problems or improve operations.
- Manages and leads multiple work groups and/or supervisors
THE IDEAL CANDIDATE WILL HAVE THESE ATTRIBUTES:
Practice and emphasize values and a culture that places the highest standard on workplace safety, housekeeping and quality of workmanship.
Solid work ethic
This person needs to be driven towards continual improvement. Can also mentor lower level peers as needed.
Works with a purpose
Flexibility. Adaptive to shop needs as they change
Be able to work in a team environment or independently as needed.
Understand machined fits and be able to use measuring equipment to verify sizes of parts prior to assembly.
Understanding bearings installation and adjustment along with some hydraulic and electrical experience is a plus
Able to communicate clearly written and oral.
Willing to work in all environments as needed.
Troubleshooting skills are required.
Ability to follow a problem to the source and solve the issue.
Mechanical aptitude is essential.
Ability to run manual machine tools is a plus. Need to be able to do this safely using the correct equipment to avoid injury to self and others.
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
- Requires a bachelor's degree in area of specialty or 5 years of experience in the field or in a related area.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:
- None required
The physical demands for this position require continual standing, walking and using fine motor skills for the operation of tools and machinery.
Ability to lift, carry 60Lbs. May require some lifting or assistance with heavy equipment. Occasionally requires twisting,turning, bending, climbing, and walking over uneven surfaces.
Ability to sit, stand, bend, reach, kneel, twist, pull, push, grip, and climb.
The work is performed inside a shop and outside in the elements
The work is performed around industrial equipment generating varying degrees of noise.
Work may involve use of chemicals, coolants, greases, solvents, petroleum,vapors and fumes.
Proper PPE will be provided as necessary.
Highly competitive pay
401K with employer match (4%)
Medical and Dental
Flexible Spending Accounts
Long term, short term disability
Employee Assistance Program
Working for a company that cares about the people we work with, and the world we live in
Vigor and its wholly owned subsidiaries provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Vigor complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.
Assembly & Test Supervisor - 3Rd Shift
Division: Process Industries and Drives
Business Unit: Large Drives
Requisition Number: 237623
Primary Location: United States-Pennsylvania-New Kensington
Assignment Category: Full-time regular
Experience Level: Entry level
Education Required Level: Other
Travel Required: No
Siemens is a global technology powerhouse that has stood for engineering excellence, innovation, quality, reliability and internationality for more than 165 years. As a global technology company, Siemens is rigorously leveraging the advantages that this setup provides. To tap business opportunities in both new and established markets, the Company is organized in nine Divisions: Power and Gas, Wind Power and Renewables, Energy Management, Building Technologies, Mobility, Digital Factory, Process Industries and Drives, Healthineers and Financial Services.
The Siemens Process Industries and Drives Division helps manufacturers measurably increase productivity and improve time-to-market with our innovative, integrated technology and services. We support our customers in continuously improving the reliability, safety, and efficiency of products, processes and plants.
For more information, please visit: http://www.siemens.com/businesses/us/en/process-industries-and-drives.htm
Assembly & Test Supervisor - 3rd Shift
The Assembly & Test Supervisor will direct the safe and timely completion of daily assembly, testing, and delivery activities by leading a production team. This position is also responsible for leading process continual improvements to meet production goals, quality, and cost objectives within the Shop Floor Management (SFM) framework.
Directs the completion of projects within production.
Assists with routine product manufacturing to ensure that cost effectiveness, manufacturability, quality, and safety requirements are attainable in the production process.
Assists in ensuring accuracy and availability of routine procedures to support product modifications and assembly.
Reports to the Manufacturing Manager.
Supervises a small team of hourly associates.
The Assembly & Test Supervisors lead the day-to-day functions including safely executing the production plan to meet quality standards and delivery times. The supervisor is the main contact for problem solving and continuous improvement activities to be implemented on the shop floor and in training and coaching of associates as needed.
Also responsible for:
Monitoring work hours, manpower, work assignments including test dates and expediting material.
Releasing, rescheduling and closing of process work orders including traceability.
Providing leadership and motivation to hourly team members to generate ideas and implement solutions.
Providing regular performance feedback to hourly team members.
Executing promotional recommendations as well as disciplinary actions as required.
Provides resource needs and suggests justification to Manufacturing Manager.
Troubleshoots and resolves semi-complex problems
Leveraging the Test Team Leaders as necessary to ensure safe, effective testing operations.
Communicating with team and other functions to solve problems in a standardized way.
Continual monitoring and auditing of standardized work processes and documenting deviations for issue resolution or escalation.
Providing leadership and technical support to team members.
Ensuring all procedures and processes are followed when assembling and testing products.
Directing team in preparing equipment for customer witness testing products.
Identifying and eliminating waste using Siemens Production System methods.
Leading daily Gemba Meetings to communicate status, problems, escalations, and recovery plans.
Ensuring safe work area.
Assisting Manufacturing Manager in identifying training needs and performing training and coaching for team members.
May be required to perform other duties as requested, directed or assigned.
Required Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience
Minimum of (3) three years of production supervision in assembly and/or test function
Demonstrates understanding and application of supervisory approaches for work direction, motivation, performance management, and disciplinary action.
Ability to lead in a team environment
Experience leading small teams and/or projects
Basic Experience with Siemens Production System or equivalent Lean Manufacturing experience
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Strong organizational and planning skills
Ability to work overtime and flexible hours
Computer skills required including Microsoft Office, (ability to learn SAP and Team Center)
Preferred Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience
Associates Degree in Electro-Mechanical Technology or equivalent preferred
(5+) five plus years of production supervision in assembly and/or test function
Advanced Experience with Siemens Production System or equivalent Lean Manufacturing experience
SAP and Team Center experience
Assembly Production Supervisor
Our assembly plants hope to find a qualified and cost-conscious leader to fill
the open position of Production Supervisor. The successful candidate will take
the initiative to increase our production stats while reducing our total cost
and without compromising quality. They will also ensure timely and effective
communication and coordination within and between departments of the company.
Evaluate each station of the manufacturing process to ensure maximum efficiency
Maintain open lines of communication between employees, management and other
Ensure all resources and assets are used efficiently and correctly
Maintain a safe and healthy working environment by enforcing company and
regulatory safety policies and procedures
Oversee and coach employees on performance, attendance, safety, and company
Stay up to date, comply with, and enforce company policy
Participate in interviews and terminations
Plan and supervise the activities of department personnel
Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops
Qualifications and Skills:
High school diploma or GED
1-3 years’ experience in a supervisory capacity preferred
Intermediate computer proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel
4+ years’ manufacturing experience
Valid Driver’s License and minimum liability vehicle insurance
Ability and willingness to work flexible hours when necessary to keep up with
Demonstrated leadership qualities including: consistent compliance with work
rules and company policy, excellent attendance record, positive attitude, strong
work ethic, and team support.
Generally, 75% of the normal work shift requires standing bending, squatting,
and climbing while running production, inspecting work and machines, and
checking procedures. Mobility required between multi-building complex covering
Parts must be lifted, pulled, pushed, and held in place, without benefit of
material handling devices due to limited space and confined areas in and around
Assembly Supervisor - 2Nd Shift
Magna Mirrors is the automotive leader in mirror and visions systems. Capable of designing and manufacturing mirrors and vision systems for the global market. We are a company that has a culture of innovation at every level within the organization. And we have demonstrated that by winning two PACE awards. We have a high standard of quality that is recognized throughout the industry. In addition we give our employees the freedom to be autonomous in their career, so that they can be the best at what they do. With our decentralized approach we are able overcome the most difficult challenges that may arise.
The Supervisor must be accessible to the production floor 95% of the time and will be accountable for results in their assigned area of responsibility. Direct the team to produce quality products that meet the customer requirements, while sustaining a safe and organized work environment. Maintain a level of standardized work and ensure company policies are in place and followed. Serve as a facilitator to their team in areas of problem solving, issue resolution, continuous improvement, and training. Be prepared to perform tasks in order to support the team.
Achieve daily attainment requirements.
Ensure that training matrices are maintained and updated
Record downtime, scraps, and determine team efficiency.
Ensure daily process documentation is filled out and within specification. Report nonconforming parameters to the Business Unit Manager.
Understand and administer HR policies.
Coach and counsel employees with performance concerns and/or commend excellent performance which includes safety, quality, standardized work, scrap, and 5S.
Independently administer corrective actions through the written level.
Manage all vacation and appointment time requests for direct reports.
Document and deliver employee performance appraisals which must include the workers' safety performance.
Determine allocation of overtime, submit requests for OT approval.
Assign employees to work cells/machines daily.
Ensure new employees have been properly trained in their position which must include the safety standards.
Ensure cross training for your area of responsibility and rotation of employees.
Maintain 5S checklist and ensure 5S performance
Maintain auto-replenish table.
Perform pre-shift meetings which must include safety talks.
Be able to perform Customer Specific Recommendations.
Perform regular workplace safety inspections.
Correct unsafe acts or conditions which may include progressive discipline, notifying EHS, and placing work orders.
Immediately notify EHS of any accidents or incidents. Complete an incident report with the employee at the time of the incident. Ensure the report is completed thoroughly by the employee in addition to completing the supervisor portion. Investigate the incident which may include taking pictures, interviewing witnesses, and taking written statements. Submit reports to EHS within 24 hours of incident.
Required to help achieve the lost time incident rate and overall incident rate of the division.
Understand your responsibility for health and safety in the workplace. Cooperate with OSHA inspectors. Wear the appropriate personal protective equipment. Follow all safety rules. Report unsafe conditions immediately. Report injuries, accidents, illnesses, near misses, property damage immediately. Will not remove or make ineffective any protective device such as a guard, light curtain, etc. Will not use or operate any machine or equipment that the employee is not trained to operate. Will not use or operate any machine or equipment in a manner that may endanger any employee including themselves.
Understand your responsibility to the environmental programs, including ISO14001. Understand the importance of conformance with all environmental procedures of the environmental management system, including emergency response. Understand the EMS consequences, actual or potential, of their work activities and/or their behaviors from specified work instructions.
Notifies Department Manager and Business Unit Manager on non-conforming issues
Skills and Competencies
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform the essential duties, satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made for individuals with disabilities to aid in the performance of these essential functions.
Associate's degree (A. A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school, preferred
3-5 years supervisory experience in high volume production, preferably assembly, is recommended
Must have the ability and willingness to continue personal development activities/assignments.
Must demonstrate mechanical aptitude by performing minor machine adjustment and setup.
Capable of learning and performing all team jobs.
Must have intermediate computer skills (MS Excel, Outlook, etc.).
Must support safety policies and practices that apply to assigned areas.
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to effectively interact with people.
Demonstrate the ability to lead and develop others to achieve daily goals.
Must be able to communicate effectively (written and verbal).
Must be self-motivated and have the ability to interpret data for corrective actions.
Must strive for continuous improvement of established process.
Must be able to manage KOIs related to your area of responsibility.
Demonstrate positive performance record and strong dependability with a proven attendance record.
Demonstrate positive performance record. Individuals in Corrective Action steps may be ineligible.
Successful completion of the Team Facilitator Promotion Training may be required after positions are filled.
Must be able to lift up to 35 lbs. as needed.
Must be able to stand, walk, bend, and sit for extended periods of time.
Must maintain proper vision requirements.
Must be able to maintain alertness to their surroundings.
Assembly Barn Supervisor
Receive and verify the credentials of each race horse on arrival to the barn area; Assign temporary stalls and coordinate the movement of horses to and from the receiving barn before and after each race; Oversee the upkeep and monitors activity in the receiving barn area.
Coordinates with trainers, stable attendants, horse identifiers and veterinarians to schedule exams, inspections and workouts.
Coordinates movements of horses within the barn area, to and from race track;
Handles complaints, issues and requests of horse trainers and owners;
Informs Stable Supervisor of horses not meeting racing qualifications;
Notifies Stable Supervisor of all suspicious and unproductive activity in the receiving barn area.
Educational Level Required: High School diploma or GED.
Minimum Years and Kind of Work Experience Required: 7 years working in the horse-racing industry, preferably in the backstretch area.
excellent verbal communication and problem-solving skills.
Basic Knowledge Required:
Knowledge of racetrack logistics;
Strong people skills to work with people of diverse backgrounds & personalities
Principles of supervision;
Racing logistics (racing schedule, layouts of NYRA racetracks, backstretch and receiving barn areas);
Knowledge of New York horse-racing governing laws.
Applied KNowledge Required:
Good computer skills – Word, Excel, internet and email.
Strong verbal skills;
Strong detail-orientation and organizational skills.
Decision Making Skills:
Exercises judgment, good listening, verbal communication skills, and tact when interacting with trainers and owners;
Assigns horses to stalls based on his knowledge of needs and preferences of horses and their trainers.
Coordinates stall assignments and times horse arrivals to and from stall and the racetrack.
Field Service Supervisor
Supervise installation and repair (service) technicians to provide accurate and timely installation and service of broadband products to subscribers such that the Company's quality and customer service standards are maintained.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Essential duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to those listed below:
Supervises installation/repair Field Service Technicians to ensure compliance with company guidelines regarding all key performance indicators (KPI's) including quality, customer service, safety, work-order completion and closeout, and productivity requirements
Assists in the training and development of technicians and keeps abreast of the most current technology in the broadband industry
Schedules technicians so that coverage is at a maximum during peak hours to maintain prompt service
Assure that any errors in installation or service are promptly resolved
Maintains accurate time and attendance reporting
Assists in developing, recommending and administering technical operations policies and procedures and maintains regular quality audits for compliance
Ability to effectively communicate with customers, management, employees and installation and service partners (contractors).
Assists in the development and management of the department's operating budget in accordance with corporate guidelines.
Assists in the interview/hiring process, coaching, counseling and ongoing review process for technician positions and administers discipline consistent with corporate polices.
Works with managers, supervisors and employees to promote a positive attitude and good employee morale.
Maintains a professional appearance and appropriate behavior at all times.
Maintains good attendance.
All other duties as assigned.
WOW! is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity employer
Regional Field Supervisor (2008-Mn)
The primary responsibility of this position is to serve as a field embedded supervising principal who is responsible for supervision of WRI's Financial Advisors within their designated geographic area and includes:
Supervise financial advisors in a specified geographic region by performing the following supervisory functions
Conducting the annual Supervisory branch exams
Responding to the Compliance branch exams
Initial Outside Business Activity review
Review Field Supervisory Reports
Follow up on FA completion of Firm Element, Annual Compliance Meetings, Annual Compliance certifications, required training, etc.
Be the primary liaison for FA's supervisory questions and issues
Support Home Office supervisors in the general supervision of their FA's
New account review approval/rejection
Trade review approval/rejection
OBA ongoing reviews
Review of NAV applications
Cross check Logs (correspondence, securities, checks received)
Split Commission reviews
Perform other duties and projects as assigned or that become necessary to fulfill the firm's supervisory responsibilities and needs with respect to its advisory business
Must be self-reliant and able to effectively carry out their duties and responsibilities without daily and direct supervision or management
Demonstrated knowledge of FINRA rules
Demonstrated knowledge and experience with SEC RIA laws and regulations
Strong leadership and interpersonal skills
Must be flexible and a strong team player
Strong conflict-management and problem-solving skills
Ease at establishing rapport, initiating conversations and working in a demanding communicative environment while maintaining professional tone and temperament
Demonstrate success in organizing, planning, directing and coordinating required activities
Proven ability to initiate projects and work independently
Excellent written, verbal, listening and fact-finding skills
Ability to work with a variety of people at different levels of the organization
Expected travel outside the Supervisor's primacy location is anticipated to be 50%
Education and Experience: College degree and 7+ years of advisory experience, brokerage experience, preferably in compliance or field management/supervision; or combined relevant education and experience
FINRA Registrations: Series 7, 24, 63/65 (or 66)
Series 9/10 in lieu of Series 24; however, must obtain Series 24 within 90 days of hire.
Additional securities and/or insurance licenses a plus
Prior management experience a plus
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