General Description:The Production Supervisor is a front-linemanagement role that deals with all aspects of the printing process and requiresa high level of detail. The Production Supervisor is responsible for production floor operation during his/herassigned shift.The Production Supervisor manages the shift to meet or exceed Fortisstandards for high safety awareness and practices, high quality, high volume, and high efficiencyinproduction operations.Essential Duties and Responsibilities:•Ability to manage and verify product quality of all orders prior to running on press and throughout the production process. Review and sign-off on all job-relatedpaperwork.•Support Plant budgets by controlling manpower, waste, overtime, and production efficiencies. •Ability to troubleshoot and perform root cause analysis on issues that cause downtime and waste, correcting data collection and job specificationsas necessary.•Managing employees on assigned shift to include discipliningemployees, evaluating performance, and providing training and development opportunities for employees.•Approving employee time in the online timekeeping system.•Ensure employees have the required materials and tools to perform their daily job duties.•Proactively participate in continuous improvement and training initiatives.Experience in participating and leading lean initiatives/events.•Enforce and follow all safety procedures and policies. Enforce and follow other company policies related to employee performance (includes attendance policy).Ensure the safety and well being of all associates during work hours.•Follow and enforce the production schedule.•Responsible for the security of the building when working overnight or on weekends (includes alarmsetting and disarming and ensuring thebuilding is locked).Also keeping all doors shut and locked during overnight or weekendhours of operation.•Proactively communicate with Scheduling and the ProductionManager regarding any issues with the labels anddies. Communicate with other management staff or sales people as necessary to share important information about jobs or production practices.Properly articulate issues happening during workshift to Customer Service, Scheduling, Quality, and ProductionManagementas needed.