GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF JOB:
To effectively manage Operations Departments during the night shift to achieve the desired results. The Operations Supervisor oversees the various departments during the night shift.
EDUCATION OR TRAINING REQUIRED:
Strong leadership skills and excellent verbal and written communication skills are needed to perform this job effectively. Mathematics, logistics, and decision-making skills are also required. Good time management skills and organization skills are a prerequisite. A bachelor’s degree in Management is preferred.
Must have demonstrated experience in managing employees in different areas of a company. Three or more years of supervisory experience in related field is required.
SPECIFIC EQUIPMENT USED:
The use of the below equipment/software varies according to specific project needs.
Description of Frequency Degree of
Equipment/Software of Use Importance
PC Frequently Essential
Microsoft Word & Excel Frequently Essential
Microsoft Power Point Frequently Essential
E-Mail Frequently Essential
ERP system Frequently Essential
The company provides training for the above programs.
Activity Frequency Degree of Importance
Sitting Frequently Essential
Standing Frequently Essential
Walking Frequently Essential
Kneeling Occasionally Marginal
Crouching Occasionally Marginal
Twisting Upper Body Occasionally Marginal
Lifting Up To 25 Lbs Occasionally Marginal
Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and color recognition.
Occasionally the job involves working around irritating noise levels. These levels are not damaging but can be uncomfortable. The company makes earplugs available. Occasionally the job involves working around machinery with exposed moving parts, which can be hazardous, if proper operating procedures are not followed. Also, in a typical workday the job may involve working around fumes, dust, and chemical hazards. If a project requires actual contact with any product, Safety Data Sheet information provides instruction about protective equipment that must be worn.
Ability to make decisions and set priorities to include recognizing important elements of the job, estimating time needed to perform tasks, and drawing conclusions about problems/situations based on provided facts as needed to identify problems and recommend actions for solutions, schedule work for self and others, work without direct supervision, and respond to emergency situations.
Ability to interact with supervisors, co-workers, and public to include being flexible with work schedules and requests; remaining calm and courteous when sharing information and when interacting with co-workers and direct reports; accepting constructive criticism; and being open to and sharing ideas as needed to conduct training, handle complaints and encroachment situations, explain policies and procedures, and maintain good relations within the company.
All employees will follow and uphold policies as set out and signed in HHG Employee Handbook