|Location:||R&C - West Deptford, NJ|
|Company Order Number:||4369|
|# of openings:||1|
The incumbent directly supervises all aspects of daily production, on an assigned shift, in one of the following production areas: Chemicals, Catalysts, Refinery, or Material Preparation.
The Production Supervisor reports to the Production Superintendent in a production area and directly supervises production operators on an assigned shift. The production supervisor confers daily with the Superintendent regarding overall production plans and schedules, problem areas, and the exchange of information between shifts.
Because the incumbent directly supervises hourly union production and maintenance employees, he or she must be familiar with the provisions of the current union contract. In addition, the incumbent may interact with other production areas, as well as the maintenance, purchasing and HR departments. The incumbent must display a professional and positive attitude during dealings with employees, customers, and vendors.
The incumbent may work with hazardous wastes and substances, including chlorine and acids. Because of the hazardous nature of some materials, and the value of precious metals used in the production areas, the production supervisor must adhere to safety and security procedures and maintain thorough production records and support documentation as required.
Employees are trained in Discharge Prevention Containment and Countermeasures (DPCC) regulations and are responsible for proper identification and notification of spills and leaks of hazardous substances. Employees assigned to work with Extraordinarily Hazardous Substances (EHS) or processes, as defined within the scope of the New Jersey State Toxic Catastrophic Prevention act (TCPA), must be fully trained and qualified in accordance with State mandated regulations and company requirements. Additionally, employees assigned to work with hazardous wastes are trained and qualified in proper management practices for hazardous wastes that they handle, per the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA).
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