NGK Spark Plugs

  • Job Locations US-WV-Sissonville
    Job Title
    WV Sensor Production Supervisor
    Job ID
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

     Candidate will be required to prepare a PowerPoint presentation including providing handouts of the presentation that includes a summary. This will be part of the interview.  Subject matter for the presentation will be disclosed upon interview scheduling.


    JOB PURPOSE:  To direct activities of Production as per Manager’s intent.



    • Supervise associates; recognize the need for discipline/counseling and conduct meetings; set appropriate goals for direct reports and evaluates accordingly;
    • Adhere to NGK policy/procedures and ensure direct reports are compliant;
    • Lead continuous improvement activities;
    • Investigate safety issues and accidents as necessary;
    • Monitor/report/adapt systems effectiveness within production (TPM, Lean Mfg., SPC, Inventory Control, etc.);
    • Meet or exceed production and yield goals in area;
    • Validate operating procedures for effectiveness;
    • Analyze statistical data to forecast production needs and to support continuous improvement projects;
    • Prompt reporting to Manufacturing Manager when production schedules are in danger of not being met;
    • Provide departmental training/communication as required;
    • Function as a First Responder per the WVSM;
    • Interface effectively with other departments, suppliers, and customers;
    • Understand/comply with QMS policy/procedures;
    • Understand/comply with EMS policy/procedures;
    • Adhere to safety policy/procedures.



    • Special project coordination assigned by management;
    • Monitor Assistant Supervisor and Team Leader work hours;
    • General housekeeping duties;
    • Overtime and/or travel as required;
    • Other duties as assigned.


    Degree:  High school diploma or GED required. BS degree in related field required. Will consider AS + 5 years related manufacturing experience


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