|Duties / Responsibilities
The following description does not limit the extent of involvement in other work not specified;
As Afternoon-shift Supervisor, with the following goals or objectives:
- In co-ordination with Day-shift Production, organize, direct, and supervise Afternoon-shift shop activities in the interest of production goals and requirements.
- In co-ordination with engineering, project management, QA/QC, work to ensure project compliance with all applicable codes of construction, specifications, quality standards.
- With assistance from the Safety Coordinator, Day-shift Production, and the Joint Health and Safety representative, work to ensure compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act, and workplace safety standards.
- By communicating with employees, suppliers, outside vendors, and on-site contractors, ensure project production, quality goals, and safety requirements are understood and acknowledged.
Production oriented activities include:
- Generate Afternoon-shift Production assignment sheets, assign employee’s specific production tasks, provide instruction, and report on status of completion on a daily basis. (Consider job classification, qualification, skill/ability in the assignment of tasks)
- Prioritize project needs and consider shop manpower and equipment resources to maintain workflow and avoid bottlenecks.
- Check manpower availability, and schedule overtime as required.
- Issue and maintain safety permits, lock-out or remove from use equipment that is damaged or unsafe, and requisition maintenance, repair, or replacement of equipment as required.
- Monitor, evaluate, develop, and train production personnel based on skills/abilities, performance/workmanship, product knowledge, safety and fabrication practices, team work/co-operation.
- Recognize, report, record, and carry out disciplinary warnings/measures for employee or contractor violations of government legislation, or workplace standards, in regard of safety, attendance, timekeeping, workmanship, etc.
- Take part in training as assigned, or required by the employer in regard of government legislation, workplace standards, safety, first aid, etc.
- Generate inter-shop work instructions (sketches, dimensional requirements) for materials and parts going to forming or machining.
- Generate project & inter-shop shipping paperwork, and assist in co-ordination of shipping
- Inform management of production issues (equipment failures/shortfalls, non-conforming product, workmanship/quality issues)
- Verify / track incoming material receipt against project BOMs (Verify receipt, flag /track missing items)
- Review project drawings / BOMs to determine fabrication /test/shipping material requirements. (Gaskets, studs, covers, bracing, crates, saddles, etc)
- May participate in project schedule creation, perform weekly review of ongoing project work against schedules, and provide status update for Project Management.
- Assist with the scheduling, co-ordination, and organization of 3rd party (sublet) contractors for project related work
- Review, collect, organize, and distribute project specific data (WPS, customer specifications, procedures)
- Tracking project materials and sublet work, outline priorities and work to reduce negative impact to project schedules
- Check, distribute, and requisition the purchase or replacement of project and shop supplies. (weld electrodes, gases, consumables, tools, machinery, PPE’s, safety equipment and other supplies, etc.)
- Operate of cranes, forklifts, and other shop equipment, as able, to: organize, prepare, load or unload materials or equipment in the shop or yard.
QC oriented activities may include:
- Assist with co-ordination/requisition of NDE (1st party & 3rd party MT, PT, VT, RT, UT)
- Assist with / performs physical dimensional checks