Brian Collins, Tim McIntosh
Detail Shop Supervisor
Sets up, loads, operates, and unloads CNC equipment in a safe and efficient manner while maintaining high quality. Performs minor maintenance on equipment including operator Preventative Maintenance.
- Manage CNC Files: 20% Ensure all files are available and work with detailing to obtain files as necessary
- CNC Programming: 50% Transfer, convert and create files as necessary to support all CNC equipment
- Sublet Identification: 20% Identify possible sublet opportunities and work with Purchasing to obtain materials
- Batch Coordination: 10% Keep paperwork organized and assist in selecting batches for work. Provide drawings and gather sheets as necessary. Audit batch completeness.
Pay will be established based upon the candidate’s individual qualifications and history of performance and pay. Hourly Non-Exempt.
High School Diploma or GED
Operating CNC Equipment
Ability to read and interpret Structural fabrication drawings
Agrees with and subscribes to company values.
- Working knowledge of computers and computer software, including Microsoft Office applications and Email
- Good mechanical aptitude
- Self starter – able to work alone and in groups to accomplish goals.
- Ability to interpret data to come to conclusions when all of the information is not available
Additional Expectations Include
- Safety – Our basic philosophy is to not take chances – “No amount of personal risk is worth any amount of production.”
- Quality – Focus on quality issues and errors and take the lead for eliminating the root causes for incorrect programs. Act as a resource for receiving sublet materials
- Communication – Interface with multiple resources including Pre-Assembly supervision, Plant Management, Purchasing, and Detailing to coordinate information and obtain documents
- Coordinating with External Resources – Providing information to outside resources as necessary for sublet materials.