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Supervisor

Position Summary:
The Supervisor is responsible for coordinating the activities of a production and for maintaining Safety, Quality and Production requirements on a daily basis.
Safety - Promotes, creates and ensures that a safe work environment is assured and maintained. Actively participates in programs such as TOPS, Safety Committees, 5S programs, SOP implementation. Uses and assures that all employees are using the required PPE. Drives safety through the organization to ensure that all staff are following the proper safety procedures. Questions current procedures to assure we are striving for perfection.
Crane Business System - Collect and analyze data to determine primary opportunities to improve Safety, Quality, Delivery, Cost and 5S. Develop and implement improvements for those opportunities. Keep records of all improvements including date performed, description, who was involved and the impact on the operation. Participate and lead kaizen events to improve overall Value Stream. Become a Tool Champion in Standard Work within one year.
Leadership Skills - Creates and shares a vision and strategy for the organization, department or team. Drives a culture that supports Crane's values. Sets and regularly communicates expectations and ensures goals are aligned with Crane's strategic initiatives. Measures team against goals and holds team and self-accountable for results. Effectively manages resources and clearly delegates both routine and important tasks and decisions. Trusts others to perform. Supports team through difficult situations. Encourages and manages creativity in others. Is adaptable and uses various approaches to inspire and motivate others and self to achieve excellence.
Intellectual Capital - Sets and regularly communicates expectations and ensures goals are aligned with Crane's strategic initiatives. Identifies high potentials and those in need of development. Supports development and succession planning. Sets actionable development plans for self and others. Shares knowledge and best practices and coaches others for personal and professional development. Provides continuous feed


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