Operations Supervisor

Company Name:
Ashley Ellis
For over sixty years, this design and manufacturing firm has served aviation with high quality products that are now found on every aviation platform in the western world. Today, its mission is to remain the industrys top choice for the design and manufacturing of its products with the guidance of an Operations Supervisor like yourself.
As Operations Supervisor you will:
Supervise over 30 machinist operating CNC machines, mills, lathes, wire EDMS and toolmakers and their fabrication of fixtures and dies.
Work alongside CNC programmers, design engineers, production control, manufacturing engineers, and quality department to optimize operations, solve problems and ensure product manufacturability.
Ensure tools and supplies are available for maximum operation, overseeing production and completion of expedited and special orders.
Heavily involved in productivity projects including setup time reduction efforts, cycle time improvements, machine efficiency and utilization, quality control, and tooling.
Ensure that production is completed on schedule and in accordance with specifications and quality standards.
This Operations Supervisor has:
BS Degree in Engineering preferred
Strong experience working with CNC Machines
5+ Years of Machine Shop Experience
3+ Years Of Management Experience In A Professional, Production Environment.
Familiarity with ISO 9000 Standards
This Operations Supervisor will enjoy:
Highly competitive salary
Excellent benefits package (medical, dental, vision Sick time)
Paid holidays
About Ashley Ellis
With Ashley Ellis Information Technology Staffing & Recruiting Solutions, you'll find a team that is dedicated to adding a personal touch to the staffing industry. We know that superior staffing is more than just matching technical skills. Whether you are a job seeker or an employer, we learn about you and your goals to make sure we find the perfect fit.
Ashley Ellis is an integral part of the General Employment Enterprises family. Our team is our backbone, and with 120 year history in staffing, you can guarantee we have the experience to help you locate the talent you need or the career you desire, every time.

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