Instrument Shop Supervisor Job Description Sample
Musical Instrument - Pawn Shop Sales Associate
Central Mega Pawn inOntario California is looking to hire an expert musical instrument/equipment sales associate! We are a super busy pawn shop in Ontario and we need YOU! We are seeking someone who can assist us with buying, selling, tuning up and maintaining our large music department. Your focus will be preparing equipment for sale and selling through our online market place channels.
Interested? Please apply below and upload your professional resume summarizing your musical instrument expertise.
Central Mega Pawn is currently seeking a talented E-Commerce Online Sales Associate (manage our online sales, shipping and inventory) for our Ontario California Shop location. Full time. Compensation DOE and is paired with generous company sponsored fringe benefits. Immediate hiring! Interested in joining our fast paced and dynamic team?
We are recruiting for a very hard-working person that has a tremendous amount of energy with experience primarily, in online (website) marketing and online channel content management. The core responsibility of the Musical Instrument Sales Associate is to tirelessly pursue/promote/maintain our products musical equipment sales and marketing channels, including but not limited to online, wholesale, direct to consumer, institutional, business to business and new seller marketplaces. This is an intense role in a productive and fun environment. The Musical Instrument Sales Associate must have true entrepreneurial spirit and be willing to leave no stone unturned while promoting our musical products. Curiosity and drive are not only desired, they are required.
Primarily responsible for buying, selling, tuning up and maintaining our large musical department through listing items, managing the our inventory, assisting the shipping of items, account balancing all financial transactions and delivering awesome customer service follow up through e-mail and in person.
Duties of this job include
Prepare inventory for sale (online and onsite in our shop)
Preparing paperwork and quotes for shipping
Processing onsite sales and online orders, picking items and packing them for shipment
Communicating daily for order fulfillment needs
Receiving shipments and verifying received quantity against ordered quantity
Maintaining and filling sales orders
Answering shipping phone calls and replying to emails in a well-spoken/well written manner
Ability to repeatedly lift and carry items up to 40 lbs
Ability to occasionally move items up to 100 lbs
Energetic and able to work quickly and precisely under pressure
Extensive knowledge of musical instruments (guitars, key boards, wind and brass etc)
Preparation of Commercial invoices, Certificates of Origin, and Bills of Lading
Experience in musical equipment/instrument sales buying and sales transactions
Fluent Spanish a huge plus!
Purchasing experience also a huge plus!
Two Weeks PTO/Vacation
Four (4) paid holidays (when scheduled to work on a company recognized holiday)
24/7 employee service and support
We are an equal opportunity employer and look forward to your career interest with Central Mega Pawn. For immediate consideration, please complete the online application and our Workforce Planning Specialist will review your resume and application within 24 hours of submission. Good luck!
Machine Shop Supervisor
Mobile Mark, Inc. is seeking an experienced Machine Shop Supervisor to join our team in Itasca, IL.
The Machine Shop Supervisor is responsible for all work orders that flow in and out of the Machine Shop. The Machine Shop Manager works closely with the Plant Manager/Production Supervisors/Production Leads to ensure all equipment, machines, fixtures, and tools are in good and proper working order. Machine Shop Supervisor reports to the Plant Manager.
Mobile Mark, Inc. is a leading antenna manufacturing company and supplier of antennas to wireless companies throughout the world. We offer innovative designs, quality manufacturing, and reliable performance. Many of our products feature innovative, patented designs, available only from Mobile Mark.
Ability to set up, program, operate and troubleshoot CNC lathes and mills independently
Manage organization, safety and maintenance of the machine shop
Reduce set up time and machining time through process improvements
Inspect completed work for conformance to specification using tools such as calipers, height gauges, micrometers, rulers etc.
Responsible for Managing all Machine Shop employees
Prioritize of all in house work orders
Other duties as assigned
Minimum 5-7 years' experience with operation of 3 and 4 axis CNC Machines, tool setup, editing and inspection in prototype and production environments
Minimum 2-3 year experience managing schedules, workflow, safety, personnel and equipment
Experience with software application such as Solid Works
Must be organized and detail oriented.
Strong interpersonal skills; excellent written and verbal communication capabilities.
Excellent time management skills and the ability to multi-task and work under tight deadlines.
Strong negotiation skills with the ability to reason and influence at all levels.
Knowledge of Excel/Word/Outlook/PC Systems as well as MAS/Sage and other back office operations systems.
Education & Experience:
A 4-year degree or 3+ years of related experience and proven performance
5-7 years' experience in manufacturing environment
Should possess strong calculative and analytical skill sets
Roll Shop Supervisor
Overview / Job Summary
Aleris is a global leader in the manufacture and sale of aluminum rolled products, with approximately 14 facilities in three geographically aligned business units in North America, Europe and China. We serve a variety of end-use industries, including aerospace, automotive, defense, building and construction, transportation, packaging, and consumer goods.
Our Clayton, NJ facility is seeking to add a talented Roll Shop Supervisor to its Roll Shop Department. The purpose of this role is to safely, efficiently, and effectively contribute to supporting the overall operating process and provide quality products to our internal and external customers.
Day shift position, Monday-Friday. Benefits include: medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 401k w/company match, and quarterly bonus program opportunity of 5% of gross wages.
Health, Safety, & Environmental
A role model for safety; demonstrates behaviors that aligns with the Aleris safety principles and holds the team accountable for results.
Implements processes that reveal safety hazards, and develops sustainable corrective actions.
Ensures compliance with all health, safety and environmental regulations, company policies and procedures.
Demonstrates a comprehensive understanding of the Aleris Safety System and actively collaborates with direct reports and colleagues to continuously improve the execution of the system for a zero injury culture
Production, Maintenance, and Quality
Engages his or her team to drive a continuous improvement culture by utilizing continuous improvement (AOS) to relentlessly attack and eliminate waste, overburden and variability in manufacturing processes.
Understands the manufacturing process and has the technical knowledge to ensure product quality and flow.
Manages a team of roll shop mechanics and machinists to support the facility by maintaining the roll and chock inventory and supporting production as needed.
Supervises and coordinates activities of workers and vendors engaged in grinding, turning, and chroming mill rolls to specified surface finish. Inspects work in progress and completed work for conformance to specifications and shop standards.
Manages, maintains, and purchases all manufacturing rolls.
Manages machine shop work to support the machining, building and repair of equipment parts as required to support manufacturing equipment.
Responsible for the purchase of all new coating and roto-gravure cylinders for coating process.
Responsible for the chrome roll process, which includes selection of a qualified supplier and the coordination of shipment and delivery of all chrome rolls on a daily basis.
Relentless Drive for Improvement
Applies appropriate continuous improvement (AOS) tools to identify and solve manufacturing problems and sustain solutions.
Prevents irrelevant issues or distractions from interfering with timely completion of FLL's Standard Work.
Modifies or develops work instructions per the ISO 9001:2015 quality system guidelines to keep current with actual practice within the Roll Shop and works within the parameters created by the ISO9001:2015 quality system.
Delivers results through continuous process improvements; recognizes problems as opportunities for improvement.
Identify gaps between benchmark performance and average shift performance, facilitate continuous improvements with team, and allocate responsibilities for implementing improvement plans.
Assesses and selects talent to improve performance capabilities within his or her area of responsibility.
Ensures calibration requirements of equipment/tools are satisfied to comply with ISO9001:2015 standards.
Understands how FLL behaviors and improvement activities impact cash conversion, EBITDA, and other key financials.
Periodically presents critical metrics to direct reports, plant management, and other stakeholders via information centers to identify problems and discuss potential solutions.
Sees the big picture. Supports short-term targets but also makes decisions that foster long-term success.
Administers the Department's expense budget, within budgetary guidelines to contribute to cost-effective operation of the company.
Ensures compliance to budget; monitors performance output, time and data quality.
Inspires employees to perform at high levels and communicates their value to the success of the operation.
Provides on-going coaching, feedback and development to increase employee performance and productivity.
Recognizes and rewards behaviors that produces safe, profitable results and corrects poor performance.
Is consistent and fair when dealing with people and honors personal commitments.
Conducts performance appraisals and maintains performance metrics to monitor employee results; identify and initiate improvements for development and/or training.
Involves team in decisions, problem solving and continuous improvement activities.
Leverages change as an opportunity to improve the business; help employees overcome resistance to change.
Schedules and directs employee assignments and completion of work production.
Shares ownership and visibility for individual and group success; accepts responsibility for failures.
Ensures employees are paid accurately and held accountable for time missed by tracking attendance and entering data in the timekeeping system.
Proactively builds trust and effective working relationships with direct reports and other departments; coordinates daily with Department Manager and/or Production Planner to review equipment schedules.
Coordinates resolution of equipment and/or quality issues with Department Manager, Technical Manager, Maintenance Manager, and/or Production Planner.
Partners with local management to ensure employees have the skills, knowledge, and tools to do their jobs safely and effectively.
Actively collaborates with plant leadership and engages with direct reports to establish clear standard work instructions and audits.
Demonstrates respect to employees, peers, managers, customers, suppliers, etc.
Sets and communicates clear performance standards and holds direct reports accountable for results.
Communicates effectively with direct reports and resolves conflicts within and between individual team members.
Encourages others to express opinions and actively listens to understand others.
Knows when to make decisions at the point-of-contact and when to escalate decisions to upper management.
Perform all other duties as assigned by the Maintenance & Engineering Manager.
High school diploma or GED equivalent.
Strong analytical, problem solving and interpersonal skills.
Proficient computer skills in applications such as Microsoft Word & Excel.
Ability to work independently with minimal direction.
Possess leadership abilities in order to make sound decisions.
Work with a sense of urgency daily.
Ability to provide clear task assignments, create a shared understanding of strategic direction, promote a sense of purpose, and inspire motivation.
Ability to bring together appropriate people and information to make timely, effective decisions. Ability to work in conceptual and theoretical project design and for the creation of improved systems.
Must possess strong decision making and problem solving skills including the ability to solve problems while exhibiting practical judgment and realistic understanding of the issues involved. Must be able to overcome obstacles and find reasonable resolutions to situations on a case by case basis as encountered. Must have the ability and confidence to make decisions relating to role's accountabilities and exercise discretion when determining if direction from manager is needed.
Ability to use logic, math and database tools to support strategic plans and tactical initiatives.
Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.
Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form. Must be able to recognize data needed in order to make decisions, collect data, and analyze in order to determine direction in which to proceed.
Ability to achieve results, manage multiple tasks and objectives and to manage change.
Willing to provide constructive feedback, provide information clearly and generate solutions.
Bachelor or Associates Degree
3 - 5 years related experience managing and/or operating in a machine shop or tooling business.
Knowledge of lean manufacturing and ISO9001:2015
Ability to demonstrate effective team leadership and team membership skills.
Aleris is an equal opportunity employer and supports diversity in the workplace. Qualified applications will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran. Our HR teams will reach out to the applicants who met the qualifications and most closely aligned with requirements of the position.
Production Supervisor - Rotor Shop
BUSINESS: Pumping Technologies
LOCATION: Monroe, NC
DIRECT REPORTING: Operations Manager
FUNCTIONAL REPORTING: Operations
The Rotor Department Production Supervisor will be responsible for multiple key performance indicators including but not limited to Safety, Quality, Delivery and Productivity of the Rotor department. This role will lead and coordinate a 3-shift operation with approximately 30 associates, developing a cohesive team to drive overall improvements.
Direct and manage 30 hourly employees in the rotor shop value stream with overall responsibilities for production, materials, quality, administration, and other production related activities within the value stream.
Responsible for the performance management and hiring of the employees within the department.
Coordinate and lead plant activities through planning with departmental team leads to insure manufacturing objectives are accomplished in a timely and cost-effective manner and fully meeting customer requests.
Implement and manage cost effective systems for control of process improvements, capital and operating expenditures, manpower levels and scheduling.
Establish and monitor measurements for the rotor shop value stream performance for safety, quality, delivery and productivity.
Deploy change through lean manufacturing and operational excellence. Create flow through the setup and use of manufacturing cells.
Provide leadership and training on COS tools to accomplish company goals and objectives. Fully support Manufacturing Excellence / Lean Conversion Roadmap.
Communicate frequently and effectively to associates throughout the rotor shop department and customers within the organization. Establish and maintain effective communication vehicles such as toolbox meetings and employee meetings.
Knowledge Skills & Abilities
Excellent leadership skills
Experienced with continuous improvement initiatives
Strong business acumen
Education & Experience
Bachelor's degree, preferably in Business or Engineering
Minimum 5 years manufacturing management experience in a machining environment
Experienced in Lean Manufacturing, Materials Management and Quality
CIRCOR is an EEO Employer of Females/Minorities/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
The outdoors is a big place and just as it offers endless adventures, so does our company.
Camping World is the premier one-stop-shop for everything RV. Along with RV parts and accessories, we also offer a full selection of new and used RVs for sale; service centers with over 1,900 bays and over 1,600 technicians on staff; over 100 collision centers; RV Spa detail and refurbishment centers; technical advice from knowledgeable experts and hard-to-find parts.
As the RV industry leader, Camping World is always looking for new and better ways to enhance your RV and outdoor experience. Camping World is a big place, just like the great outdoors. We make it our mission to equip you for it. We've got an awesome team already, but there's always room for more!
Camping World is looking for an Shop Supervisor.
Essential Job Functions:
Maximizes installation sales, installation fees and service fees through ensuring quality, timely product installations and repairs
Supervises daily Service Department activities
Supervises shop personnel providing support with technical installations
Trains employees on new products and safety procedures
Monitors and reviews work schedules, customer letters and comments, technician productivity and labor control reports
Tracks monthly departmental results
Reviews departmental budget with Service Manager to maximize installation sales and fees
Assures productivity standards are met
Provides "cradle to grave" customer service
May answer phones and provide assistance
Maintains a safe work area for customers and coworkers
Performs other miscellaneous duties as assigned
May cross train to perform other duties
Essential Job Skills:
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals
Ability to handle multiple tasks
Ability to plan and prepare work schedules for optimum coverage
Ability to communicate in a professional and tactful manner
Ability to prioritize work assignments
Ability to provide accurate and helpful information to customer
Ability to analyze and write reports
Ability to handle problems and facilitate successful outcomes
Willingness to accept additional tasks, duties and/or direction from management
Some supervisory experience preferred
Basic math skills
Comprehensive knowledge of product installation activities
Working knowledge of the activities, methods, procedures and policies of a Service Department environment
General knowledge of products, installation schedules, product prices and current sale items
Forklift experience/certification preferred or ability to be certified required
Valid Driver's License Required
Competitive pay, based on experience.
We don't just accept diversity - we support it, celebrate it and thrive on it for the benefit of our associates, our customers and our company. We are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace where we strive to think outside - and not simply check - the box.
At DistributionNOW, we believe our associates are the best in the business. We value and reward hardworking, creative, and dedicated employees that desire to be part of a team committed to outstanding customer service.
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The Shop Supervisor is responsible for overseeing the multi-plex repair shop to primarily repair and service customer pumps and related equipment.
Provides direction and guidance to repair shop team.
Provides quotes/bids to customers.
Repairs pumps and remedy chronic failures
Build well files per customers' fields
Prepare detailed reports and track trends to recommend changes in material and design to improve pump run and lower customer costs/
Develop a system to double check pump components as to correct make up as to not be over tightened or loose
Forecast parts usage and work with suppliers to stay abreast of new technology
Learn and understand the different pump designs for gaseous, sandy and corrosive fluids
Other duties, as assigned.
High School diploma and/or work equivalent.
Solid mechanical knowledge and mathematical background
Lead/Supervisor experience in relevant industry
Experience with / Knowledge of:
o Pumping Well mechanics
o Stroke lengths
o Corrosion of metal parts
o Gas / Oil interface
o Iron sulfide Problems
Knowledge of down hole and work over terms
Experience with rod string sizes, down hole tubing sizes and rod spacing
Organizational, problem solving and analytical skills
Ability to lift up to 50lbs.
Valid driver's license and acceptable MVR
Communication skills, both written and oral, with DNOW field personnel and customers
Ability to move, disassemble and re-assemble long, sometimes heavy, down hole pumps
Ability to work without supervision and possibly at a customer's location
Competitive Salary + bonus
401(k)/ Retirement savings
Comprehensive Benefits (medical, dental, vision, life and disability coverage)
Friendly work environment
Hydraulic Shop Supervisor
Customer First | Integrity | Excellence | Teamwork | Fun!
Peterson Machinery has an immediate need for a Hydraulic Shop Supervisor at our Hillsboro, OR location.
At Peterson our Vision is to be our customers' first choice. We put our customers first and continually strengthen our partnerships through our employee's hard work, ingenuity and determination. Our 80 year history is a reflection of our collective efforts and focus.
We provide a family oriented environment that promotes safety, personal growth and professional achievement. Critical to our continued success is hiring and developing exceptional employees. We are deeply committed to providing an environment necessary to attract and retain engaged employees who will relentlessly strive to reach Peterson's strategic goals and vision. We have high standards for our employees, with good reason. They represent Peterson, our family, our brand, and our values to customers and our team members.
We have high expectations and so do you. You are exceptionally motivated, have outstanding skills, and are looking for more than just a job. We offer competitive wages, generous benefits, and promotional opportunities at a family owned and operated business that really cares about employees. If you want to work side-by-side with others who are passionate about customer service, consider joining our team. You can help us write more chapters in our success story as we move towards celebrating our 100 year anniversary.
Reporting to the General Service Manager, the Hydraulic Shop Supervisor is responsible for service department activities that provide prompt service to customers and other departments.
Maintain a safe working environment and ensured all safety procedures, laws, policies, and rules are observed. Instill safe working habits, cleanliness in shops, and compliance with all safety regulations and programs.
Maintain good customer relations through communication and continual contact; develop quality control procedures and repair processes to ensure the highest quality of customer service is provided.
Work with customers to determine source of problems and write work orders.
Initiate and respond to communication with other departments, and customers in a timely manner to optimize customer satisfaction.
Coordinate all department labor needs as requested by internal and external customers.
Communicate with customers concerning service activities including reviewing jobs, explaining invoices, and identifying need for future repairs and making maintenance recommendations.
Verify customer credit and payment requirements prior to initiating work orders.
Handle and process cash on delivery (C.O.D.) payments within standard guidelines.
Monitor department work in progress to ensure jobs are completed on time and to the highest quality standards.
Monitor, manage, and address issues relating to expense hours, quality of workmanship, redo rate, and overall shop and/or field service performance.
Oversee work order closing process using CAT DBS programs. Review work orders for accuracy and completeness, and the appropriateness of parts and labor.
Ensure all time cards and other service-related paperwork is completed accurately and in a timely manner.
Oversee the inventory and maintenance of department tools, equipment, and supplies.
Keep current on service, repair, and modification procedures for all brands and models of products assigned to the department.
Conduct safety meetings, accident investigations, and train department personnel on safe work procedures.
Recruitment and selection of service personnel. Monitor shop and/or field personnel performance on an on-going basis; conduct annual performance reviews.
Manager is responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of this unit. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
Associate's degree (A.A) in Diesel technology or related field; and 5 years heavy equipment service experience or equivalent combination of education and experience. Knowledge of DBS system is a plus.
Valid driver's license with a clean driving record.
Job requires specialized computer skills. Must be adept at using various applications including database, spreadsheet, report writing, word processing, and presentation creation/editing, communicate by e-mail and use scheduling software. Must have excellent proficiency on company and CAT PC and windows driven software.
Peterson Machinery Company is committed to equal employment opportunity and affirmative action. Minorities, females, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. A drug screen and background check is required.
Mechanical Shop Supervisor
If you are interested in working for an industry leading company applying cutting edge technologies to deliver innovative solutions using mobile applications, advanced analytics, big data, and the latest e-commerce platform then Northrop Grumman may be the place for you. Your work will help drive a digital transformation within the post and parcel market that will increase operating efficiencies, bridge the digital and physical worlds of logistics, and create new revenue streams. Using enabling technologies, you will help build solutions that facilitate increasingly flexible delivery options demanded by consumers – same day, next hour, or custom.
When you join Northrop Grumman, you'll have the opportunity to connect with coworkers in an environment that is caring, diverse, and respectful. Employees share experiences, insights, perspectives, and creative solutions with some of the best minds in the industry.
We collaborate through integrated product teams, communities of practices, and employee resource groups, while thriving through the support of training and development, mentors and every day coaching, along with extensive health and work/life benefits. We are committed to our employees' professional and personal development and success.
Northrop Grumman recruits top talent with traditional and non-traditional backgrounds in order to ensure our team is united, connected, skilled, focused, and innovative. An inclusive workplace of people with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives is the key to our performance.
At Northrop Grumman, we want our employees to bring their whole self to work. All your different sides are welcome here, as we believe they make our team, our products and our services, that much better.
External Job Description
The Mechanical Shop Supervisor works at the United States Postal Service (USPS) Central Repair Facility (CRF) in Topeka, KS and reports directly to the Program Manager. The CRF is a depot repair facility for USPS mail processing, delivery, and bulk mail systems repairable parts.
Examples: repairing printed circuit boards, electrical, electronic, mechanical and electro-mechanical assemblies to component level. The CRF provides depot level maintenance for essential automation, mechanization, retail and bulk mail processing systems used in all mail processing and retail installations.
The Mechanical Shop Supervisor's responsibilities include supervising the mechanical shop in the repair, overhauling, modifying and testing of equipment and to represent management within the shop. The Supervisor plans, schedules, and delegates work and special projects to employees on a priority basis.
Evaluates manpower availability and employees' work performance and productivity to determine shop capabilities and required training and personnel reallocation. Makes recommendations for promotions, merit increases, hiring of prospective employees, and ways to increase productivity and improve repair procedures. Helps motivate workers and provides technical guidance.
Deals with disciplinary actions. Prepares reports as required. Performs other duties as assigned. Some travel is required.
High school graduate or equivalent
Two year's civilian trade school or military schooling, with training in fundamental mechanical and electrical systems
Five years' related work experience and demonstrated ability to supervise a repair shop effort
Experience in managing daily work assignments, annual reviews, time sheets/payroll within a Union environment
Must be a US Citizen and possess or be able to obtain a sensitive security clearance
Experience in Microsoft Office 2013 (Access, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word)
Proven capability to effectively train and manage personnel and to manage a complex operation
Experience with scheduling software
Experience managing teams of up to 25 - 30 employees
Northrop Grumman is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class.
For our complete EEO/AA and Pay Transparency statement, please visit www.northropgrumman.com/EEO. U.S. Citizenship is required for most positions.
You belong at Dayton Freight! Join our team and be a part of The Dayton Difference.
Dayton Freight is a recognized leader in regional LTL transportation services and we are truly different from other carriers. It's apparent in how we treat our customers, and each other. Our culture is one of teamwork, respect and professional honesty. Dayton Freight appreciates its employees: you are not just a number, you are family. We attribute our growth to the dedication of our employees, and the loyalty of our customers and business partners.
Shop Supervisors plan, schedule, coordinate and implement methods and procedures for the most efficient and economical repairs of equipment in an error-free manner; inspect and measure performance of maintenance personnel to improve overall Service Center operations.
Additional job duties include:
Reviews daily maintenance schedule and confers with shift personnel
Maintains superior internal and external customer relations, consistent with company policies
Assists in the training, development and evaluation of maintenance personnel; in conjunction with Shop Manager
Ensures maintenance facility conforms to prescribed standards of safety and cleanliness
Assists Shop Manager in the investigation, reporting and initiation of corrective actions for accidents and job related injuries
Is knowledgeable and has understanding and application of company safety practices including DOT, EPA, ICC and OSHA rules and regulations
Basic math skills
Fluent in English
Stable and growing organization
Competitive weekly pay
Professional, positive and people-centered work environment
Clean, late model equipment
Comprehensive benefits package: Health, Dental, Vision, AD&D, 401(k), etc.
Paid holidays (8); paid vacation and personal days
Car Shop Supervisor
Location: Nampa, Idaho (US-ID) 83651
Supervisory Responsibility for rail car inspection and maintenance in accordance with FRA and AAR Regulations. Must re-rail cars and provide estimate damages at derailment sites, make out billing repair cards in compliance with AAR office manual, identify AAR/FRA violations when present on railcars. This is accomplished by performing all or any combination of the following duties: Have ability to use cutting torch in all positions without damage to adjoining parts, and complete 2G, 3G, 4G and 5F welding qualification test for arc welding. Must insure that all company guidelines are met, and that all safety rules are followed when performing duties. In addition, must be able to read and understand blueprints, make car repairs in compliance with FRA & AAR rules and keep good repair records. Should be able to perform foreign car repairs, as well as fleet car repairs. Must operate fork lift and work closely with other departments at derailment sites. May be asked to perform other duties as requested or required. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Able to use cutting torch in all positions without damage to adjoining parts, and complete 2G, 3G, 4G and 5F welding qualification test for arc welding
Ensures that all federal requirements and company guidelines are met, and that all safety rules are followed when performing duties
Able to read and understand blue prints
Work directly with the GM to meet AOP financial goals
Able to perform foreign car repairs as well as fleet car repairs
Complies with FRA & AAR rules when making car repairs
Keep good record of repairs made
Work closely with other departments at derailment sites
Performs other duties that may be assigned
Must be able to climb and balance well enough to climb ladders and/or cars
Must be able to withstand exposure to various external weather conditions and temperatures ; loud noise, moving machinery parts, airborne particles and fumes from gas, oil, and grease, welding arcs: and/or frequently exposed burns.
Must have 1 year minimum of proven supervisory experience with positive results in safety, team building, obtaining production goals, communication and continuous improvement.
Strong verbal and written communications skills required
Must have a stable work history.
Must pass drug screen
N = Never
S = Seldom (1-10 %, up to 48 min)
O = Occasional (11-33%, 48 min. – 2 hr 25 min)
F = Frequent (34-66%, 2 hr 26 min – 5 hr 35 min)
Hours Per Day
C = Constant (67-100%, more than 5 hr 35 min)
Days Per Week
Working around cars – on and off cars
Working in mobile areas - inspecting
Floor – waist
Up to 50 lbs.
51- 85 lbs.
51- 85 lbs.
Up to 50 lbs.
Up to 75 lbs.
On and off railcars for repair
On and off railcars for repair
Stooping / Bending
On and off railcars for repair
On and off railcars for repair
Squatting / Kneeling
On and off railcars for repair
On and off railcars for repair
Driving truck and equipment
(Level) Below Waist
Fine Finger Manipulation
Baseline hearing/vision exam
DOT exams as required
Exposure to Weather
Wet and / or Humidity
Exposure to Electricity
Proximity to Moving Mechanical Parts
Exposure to Toxic / Caustic Chemicals
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