Anchor Glass Container
Job TitleProduction Superintendent
Anchor Glass Container Corporation, headquartered in Tampa, Florida, is a leading North American manufacturer of premium glass containers with six, strategically located production facilities throughout the US. Founded in 1983, Anchor serves many of the most iconic and recognizable consumer packaging brands in the beer, beverage, spirits and food industries. Anchor Glass Container Corporation strives to exceed customer expectations through unrelenting attention to detail. What we do goes beyond glass making. We find incredible meaning in all the small things that create enriching experiences for customers and consumers alike. Everything we do – creating, customizing, shipping, collaborating – we do with the customer’s best interests in mind. Each solution is the result of a thousand-and-one details coming together in brilliant succession, thanks to our team of experts that do whatever it takes to make life easier and more enjoyable for our customers. With over 2,000 US-based team members, Anchor Glass has the size and scale to service all of your glass packaging needs, without the complexity and bureaucracy associated with larger suppliers. Excellence is in the details!
Job SummaryEstablishes and coordinates the production activities in a glass manufacturing environment. Ensures the flow of materials, parts and assemblies between or within departments. Oversees monitors and coordinates production team activities, giving importance to individual members and overall team’s achievement of established goals. Ensures team’s goals are aligned with and representative of the overall company’s directives.
MAIN POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Direct the interrelated activities of the Forming, Machine Repair and Mould departments.
- Manage and coordinate the activities and functions of these departments by providing overall guidance for the production process to ensure customer satisfaction.
- Establish and enforce policies and procedures relating to productivity, quality and safety.
- Develop new policies and procedures to address identified needs and communicate to all involved employees. Continuously follow-up to ensure process control through process monitoring and communications.
- Maintain good employee, management and union relations.
- Communicate the company established goals to all departments and employees. Conduct regular job change, planning and problem solving meetings. Maintain an effective preventative maintenance program.
- Resolve production problems such as ware defects, glass conditioning and equipment problems to maintain maxim operating and quality efficiencies.
- Maintain labor and spending within plant budget.
- Train and develop competent employees.
Bachelor’s degree Engineering.
5-7 years supervisory experience.
Microsoft Office proficient.
Familiar with a variety of manufacturing concepts, practices and procedures.
Rely on extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.