Quality Operations Supervisor

MS companies is currently looking for a Quality Operations Supervisor in Madison, MS.
The Quality Operations Supervisor will be responsible for maintaining customer satisfaction by leading/training inspectors; organizing and monitoring work flow, maintaining a safe work environment and keeping accurate data.
Compensation: $14 - $17 / hour + Overtime based on experience.
Other Key Responsibilities include:
o Communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results; coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees; enforcing systems, policies, and procedures
o Performing product audits
o Entering time and data into automated system in an accurate and timely fashion
o Developing clearly defined work instructions with customer approval
o Maintaining staff by training employees; developing personal growth opportunities
o Maintaining work flow by monitoring steps of the process; implementing cost reductions; initiating and fostering a spirit of cooperation within and between internal and external customers
o Completing assigned activities by monitoring progress; revising schedules; resolving problems; reporting results of the processing flow on shift summaries
o Maintaining collaborative relationship with the Customer through communication and cooperation
o Resolving personnel problems by analyzing data; investigating issues; identifying solutions; recommending action
o Contributing to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed
o 1-3 years previous leadership or supervisory experience preferably in a Manufacturing or Production environment
o Experience with creating work instructions and strong computer skills desired
o Experience working directly with customers
o Knowledge and demonstrable practical application of Lean manufacturing models, processes and applications as well as a strong background in training
o Ability to maintain the professional competence, knowledge and skills necessary for the satisfactory performance of all assigned responsibilities
o Strong analytical, problem solving, delegation and conflict resolution skills as well as adaptability and the desire to make a difference
o Superior team leadership, interpersonal and organizational skills
MS Companies is one of the fastest growing 3rd-party quality services providers in the Central US. Our footprint is strategically located to support the efforts and needs of automotive OEMs, as well as Tier 1, Tier 2, and Tier 3 suppliers. We currently have 20 offices in 11 states, servicing over 400 clients. By leveraging technology and a metric-based focus on Safety, Quality, Delivery, Cost, and Morale (SQDCM), we are able to provide our customers with a trained workforce to support all of their manufacturing needs.
MS Companies is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer
About MS Companies:
Who we are:
Founded in 1999, MS Companies uses industry-leading expertise to drive rapid, sustainable growth as a quality support, staffing, and technology solutions provider for the automotive and manufacturing industries. Through an emphasis on continuous training, we empower our 2,500-strong workforce to achieve success for themselves, the company, and its customers throughout our network, which includes a dozen states and more than 700 clients.
An ISO (International Organization for Standardization)-certified company, MS Companies is one of the fastest-growing privately held companies in the U.S. Our state-of-the art technology and workforce development programs allow us to offer career development and competitive pay and benefits to employees of all experience levels. For more than 15 years, our dedication to vocational excellence has instilled the highest level of confidence among our customers, which include major global and domestic auto makers and their manufacturing partners.

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