Night Shift Supervisor

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Shop Manager


Manage machining / toolmaking group.


  • General Responsibilities:
    • Participate in required meetings. Promote unity and positive morale. Assure cleanliness of working areas. Locate material to proper queue.
    • Verify part count to ERP and Job Traveler.
    • Assist on Job Traveler creation process.
    • Complete quality documentation using readable information.
    • Develop, monitor, and use performance measures to promote continuous improvement. Understand, train on, and enforce applicable Operations and Quality Systems’ requirements.
    • Evaluate employee performance and follow SMA’s disciplinary process if needed.
    • Manage overtime requirements. Monitor employee attendance.
    • Coordinate with Shop Manager, Aerospace Leaders and fellow managers. Coordinate cross training activities.
  • Supervise production process.
  • Assure that ERP schedule is followed.
  • Participate in team management with Management when required.
  • Track scrap and rework for group. Perform schedule duties on a timely basis. Organize and maintain work centers. Perform Production Lead activity.
  • Make sure everybody is working safely and responsibly.


  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience. Experience may be substituted for educational requirements at a ratio of two (2) years post high school full time employment to one (1) year of formal education.
  • Able to lift 30 pounds minimum on a regular basis.



  • Four (4) years experience in machining schedule, two (2) years of which were in a supervisory capacity. Bachelor’s degree may be substituted for up to 50 percent of this requirement.


  • Ability to clock in and out of SMA’s ERP system correctly.
  • Understand and obey all safety requirements.
  • Social skills to get employees to do their jobs in a respectful.
  • Mastery of basic math (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and fractions). Commitment to keep work area clean, safe and free of debris.
  • Able to understand and communicate in with employees, peers, and management. Ability to read and understand basic blue prints.
  • Ability to use calipers, micrometers, height gauges, and measurement tools.
  • Working knowledge of SMA’s Job Traveler.
  • Working knowledge of scrap and rework requirements when discovered. Working knowledge of material types, aluminum, steel, etc.
  • Working knowledge of hazardous materials.
  • Knowledge of M.O.L. laws that apply to management.

Level of Responsibility:

  • All responsibilities outlined in the Range of Responsibilities and any other assigned responsibility identified by the Shop Manager.