First-Line Supervisors of Production and Operating Workers
Recently posted production supervisor jobs
Agronomy Production Supervisor
- University of Minnesota
- Minneapolis, MN
The Agronomy Production Supervisor will partner with the Facilities/IT superviso r to co-direct, and ensure seamless supervision, of agronomic and maintenance staff. This Civil Service position ...
Production Supervisor- Nights
- Shearer's Foods
- Bristol, VA
Production Supervisor - Nights12-hour nights on 2-2-3 rotationBristol, VirginiaYour seat at the tableThe Production Supervisor position is responsible for leading employees in a manufacturing ...
- Wawona Frozen Foods
- Clovis, CA
ABOUT THIS ROLE The role of a production supervisor with Wawona Frozen Foods is to oversee the operations for all activity in designated departments. The Supervisor will ensure that their assigned ...
- Mayco Industries
- Birmingham, AL
As a Production Supervisor , you will play a crucial role in overseeing and optimizing our production processes to ensure efficiency and quality. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in ...
Producer- Production Supervisor
- Yoh, A Day & Zimmermann Company
- Culver City, CA
Producer/ Production Supervisor needed for a contract opportunity with our Entertainment client located in Culver City, CA. Job Details Duration: 12 Months Contract (potential extension) Start date
Senior Production Supervisor
- TWG Recruiters
- Eddyville, IA
The Production Supervisor will focus on providing strategic operational oversight for the production facility. In this role, you will oversee and hold the facility accountable to standards for safety ...
What They Do
Directly supervise and coordinate the activities of production and operating workers, such as inspectors, precision workers, machine setters and operators, assemblers, fabricators, and plant and system operators. Excludes team or work leaders.
- 2020 employment: 616,800
- May 2021 median annual wage: $61,790
Projected employment change, 2020-30:
- Number of new jobs: 22,700
- Growth rate: 4 percent (Slower than average)
How to Become One
Education and training:
- Typical entry-level education: High school diploma or equivalent
- Work experience in a related occupation: Less than 5 years
- Typical on-the-job training: None
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