Floor Supervisor - Turning Department

Job Locations US-IN-Fort Wayne
ID
2022-2208

Overview

 

Family Owned | Growth Opportunities | Self-Lead

 

This company, located in Fort Wayne, IN, has been serving a variety of industries such as agriculture, heavy machining, and aerospace just to name a few. They have been a family-owned business since their opening in 1945 and strive to make quality parts based on customer needs. With 17 employees and multiple Lathe, Swiss, and Multi-axis machines in the 25,000 sq ft shop, they maintain a strong backlog of orders year-round.

 

This role provides a unique opportunity to grow and develop as a leader within the manufacturing industry by serving as a right hand to the company president while working hands on programming Lathe and Swiss machines. More specifically, this opportunity puts you in a position as the supervisor of the turning department where you’ll oversee a team of 5 individuals and help guide their day to day activities, including scheduling of parts, coaching, employee recognition and discipline, etc.

 

This is a 1st shift position from 7 – 3:30.

 

Benefits include:

  • 401k
  • PTO
  • Paid Holidays

Responsibilities

 

  • Maintain the shop floor
  • Assist in scheduling jobs
  • Coaching and training machinists
  • Learning the is-and-outs of running a machining operations from the president  
  • Program Lathe and Swiss machines

Qualifications

 

  • Strong ability to program Lathe and/or Swiss machines
  • Experience with ERP system is a plus!
  • Strong desire to grow with the company
  • Participate as a team player

AMC is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex including sexual orientation and gender identity, national origin, disability, protected Veteran Status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

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