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Lead Production Supervision Specialist

Lead Production Supervision Specialist
GE Aviation
Experienced
Posted 11/5/2018 4:55:44 PM
3202619
Job Function: Manufacturing
Business Segment: Aviation Business & General Aviation & Integrated Systems
Location(s): United States; New York; Norwich
Role Summary:
The Lead Production Supervision Specialist will perform the daily operations of plants to ensure reliability and consistency on the production line. Includes Service Shops. Requires mastery of a body of theoretical knowledge. Requires developed and strong foundation of function skills and knowledge of relevant technologies.
Essential Responsibilities:
In addition, as the Lead Production Supervision Specialist, you will:
Oversight and management of front-line manufacturing employees
Typically managing hourly employee populations
Develops new solutions under guidance and/or in a team setting or based upon precedents in the organizations
Works together with business leadership at SPB and EB level
Specifies needs, communicates about project approach and presents outcomes of research done
Delivers products as part of a team
Works on cross functional teams
Alternatively: Leads analytical and design activities using proven technologies and vested approaches and methods
Qualifications/Requirements:
Bachelor's degree from an accredited university or college (Or a high school diploma / GED with a minimum of 4 years of experience in Manufacturing)
Minimum of 3 years of experience in manufacturing environment as a Production Supervision
Desired Characteristics:
Strong oral and written communication skills
Strong interpersonal and leadership skills
Ability to influence others and lead small teams
Lead initiatives of moderate scope and impact
Ability to coordinate several projects simultaneously
Effective problem identification and solution skills
Proven analytical and organizational ability
GE is one of the largest employers in the U.S., with its global headquarters based in Fairfield, CT and 134,000 U.S. employees as of the end of 2012. Our facilities range from Thomas Edison's original factory in Schenectady, New York, where over a thousand employees work today to build the latest generation of steam turbines and generators, to a GE Aviation plant in Durham, North Carolina, where hundreds of employees will make fuel-efficient, advanced technology jet engines. These locations exemplify an industrial renaissance that is happening in the U.S., driven by advanced manufacturing techniques, ground-up innovation, supporting thousands of new jobs, and making products for export. Want to be part of the renaissance? Join us today.
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About Us:
GE (NYSE:GE) drives the world forward by tackling its biggest challenges. By combining world-class engineering with software and analytics, GE helps the world work more efficiently, reliably, and safely. GE people are global, diverse and dedicated, operating with the highest integrity and passion to fulfill GE's mission and deliver for our customers. Learn More about GE
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GE offers a great work environment, professional development, challenging careers, and competitive compensation. GE is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.
Locations: United States; New York; Norwich
GE will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening.


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