Receive alerts when this company posts new jobs.
Supervisor, Manager for Production job, Madison WI
Supervisor, Manager for Production job, in Madison WI, Competitive Wages, Benefits, Immediate Hire
Leadpoint Business Services is currently seeking a Shift Manager to performs a variety of tasks within our facility in Madison, WI. The primary responsibility of the Shift Manager is to motivate team performance to achieve production goals and individual KPIs. You’ll assist the Location Manager in implementing workforce management programs and managing a team of production employees on a specific shift.
This is a management role, full-time, with opportunities for you to grow with us. We’re looking for people with skills in communication, problem solving, and time management. Your experience in waste/recycling or light manufacturing is a plus.
Please include resume.
Benefits of the Production Supervisor Line Lead
Starting Wage $17.00 per hour
Opportunities for advancement
Strong Benefits Package
Medical, Dental and Vision Offered.
Paid Time off
Responsibilities of the Production Supervisor Line Lead
Customer Service and Communications
Hiring and Recruiting
Administrative and Payroll functions
Manages Data tracking and reporting
Planning and Training
Safety Program Management
Requirements of the Production Supervisor Line Lead
High School Diploma
Computer Proficiency - Microsoft Office
Equal Opportunity Employer - We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate based on race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
About Leadpoint Business Services:
Since 2000, Leadpoint Business Services has been helping waste and recycling companies become more efficient. That work starts with our employees - people like you. We hire, train, and put hundreds of people to work at our customers’ businesses every year. Then, we work with you to help you perform at your best.
This job description is intended to describe the general nature, complexity, and the level of work performed by employees assigned to this position, and it must not be interpreted as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, rights and / or skills required. Do not prescribe or restrict the work that can be assigned.