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Production Shift Supervisor

Company: Revlon
Location: Creedmoor
Posted on: November 18, 2023

Job Description:

At Revlon, we create beauty innovations for everyone that inspire confidence and ignite joy every day.

Breaking beauty boundaries is in our company's DNA. Since its game-changing launch of the first opaque nail enamel in 1932 (and later, the first long-wear foundation), Revlon has provided consumers with high-quality product innovation, performance, and sophisticated glamour. Elizabeth Arden made waves as a woman-led beauty company in the 1920s. In 1931, Almay became the original hypoallergenic, fragrance-free beauty brand.

Today, Revlon resiliently continues its legacy as a leading global beauty company. Our diverse portfolio-which consists of some of the world's most iconic brands and product offerings in color cosmetics, skin care, hair color & care, personal care, and fragrances-is sold around the world through prestige, professional, mass, and direct-to-consumer retail channels. These brands include Revlon, Revlon Professional, Elizabeth Arden, Almay, American Crew, CND, Cutex, Mitchum, SinfulColors, Creme of Nature, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, John Varvatos, Juicy Couture, Ed Hardy and more.

We honor our heritage, embrace change, and applaud diversity. We champion our employees and celebrate our consumers.

We are Revlon, together, transforming beauty.

Basic Function:

This role will guide, mentor, train, and coach his/her direct reports to be productive, engaged, and quality contributors within their team and the overall functional group. The supervisor will communicate, assign, and monitor department goals, activities, quality of work, and objectives to all team members. The supervisor will also track and report any shortfalls in the progress of the production schedule/and or plan.

Other critical responsibilities include:

  • Lead and monitor daily production for assigned value stream
  • Supervise and lead the activities associated with filing and assembly by providing work direction, production schedules, training for continuous improvement, and mentoring for assigned associates.
  • Understand and implement the business unit policies and procedures driving associate with an emphasis on safety, quality, teamwork and continuous improvement.
  • Monitor compliance to ensure orders are completed on time and desired finished goods inventory levels are maintained.
  • Perform data collection and provide metrics and reporting as required.
  • Communicate daily with Operations manager proactively providing solution to problems and concerns
  • Serve as Back up to the Operations Manager of the BU (as needed).
    Major Duties:

    Management
    • Assigns associates to the line, communicates necessary pass up/pass down information necessary for proficient shift handoff, ensures employees are working safely and compliant with plant safety rules and GMP guidelines.
    • Responsible for leading improvement projects and initiatives aligned with the business strategic imperatives to include, but not limited to: Safety, Employee Morale, Quality, Waste reduction, Direct & Indirect Labor Costs, and OEE.
    • Focus line ownership: Assessment of current state, establishing targets, development of glide paths, develop and execute action items and achieve targeted results.
    • Establish staff and manpower requirements to achieve compliance in meeting scheduled workloads. Ensure activities within the Unit across all shifts comply with expectations set forth and are consistent with Department objectives and policies. Ensure all equipment is operational and performs within expected tolerances.
    • Solve production issues and drive continuous improvement, reduce waste, minimize change-overs and machine down-time, ensure all operation employees have defined job duties and expectations, and are managed.
    • Timely corrective action should take place when needed.
    • Interface with all other sites functional areas as needed (HR, Quality, WHSE, Planning, Payroll, etc.) Facilitates employee communication meetings as necessary, staff lines effectively, balancing Revlon full-time and temporary associates.
    • Maintains good associate relations and morale.
    • Attend various meetings to meet business needs. Supervise and validate line performance during NPD trials.
      Development of People:
      • Strive to make the Oxford site a great place to work by: proactively developing people (cross training, projects)
      • Address all issues, concerns and disciplinary actions promptly and effectively
      • Innovation - Provide challenges, changes, ideas and suggestions to drive the organization forward.
      • Provide/facilitate training as needed.
      • Ensure that all appropriate records are accurate and maintained within guidelines.
      • Ensures that plant procedures and policies are enforced accordingly and drives accountability for those that are not in compliance.
      • Facilitating employee feedback and annual performance reviews for subordinates.
        Quality:
        • Ensure that associates are efficiently producing product complaint with Revlon and governmental guidelines and specifications.
        • Investigates and determines root causes and corrective actions for product out of specifications.
        • Interact with Quality to resolve problems or issues affecting areas of responsibility.
        • Maximize line uptime and throughout through efficient use of associates and equipment.
        • Ensures the product is being produced at the highest quality standards.
        • Review scrap and potential quality concerns and providing resolution.
        • Review and sign appropriate paperwork.
        • Ensures that all necessary paperwork is appropriately completed in a prompt and efficient manner.
        • Ensure paperwork is maintained and up to date as per company requirements and policies.
        • Work with quality resources as needed to implement any new requirements due to new products or new regulations.
          Financial:
          • Responsible for operational financial aspects of the shift assigned: Control of Labor - Direct (productive effort); Indirect (support effort); Nonstandard (Rework & First pass yield issues); Material - performance to established standards & minimization of waste.
            Requirements:
            • Prefer a 4 year BS or BA preferred degree in an engineering discipline, but other areas of study will be considered with appropriate and relevant experience and 5-7 years of experience required.
            • Experience Proven track record of supervision of associates in a production environment, preferably drug and/or cosmetic.
            • Knowledge of production equipment, especially safe operating techniques, product capabilities and troubleshooting methods.
            • Must possess teamwork characteristics with the ability to motivate, communicate and proactively develop associates.
            • High level of personal commitment, motivation and intensity with demonstrated leadership in a production environment.
            • Knowledge and experience with operations in a FDA - GMP environment.
            • Significant communication skills - verbal and written.
              * FT 02:30pm - 11:00pm Associated topics: assistant general manager, assistant gm, captain, editor in chief, fire captain, fire chief, gerente, police chief, project manager, team lead

Keywords: Revlon, Durham , Production Shift Supervisor, Professions , Creedmoor, North Carolina

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