GENERAL MOTORS CORPO Supplemental On-Call Production Supervisors (Temporary Part-time) in Roanoke, Indiana

Job Opening:i Supplemental On-Call Production Supervisors (Temporary Part-time) - MAN0028627Apply Online:ii Fort Wayne, one of North Americais most productive assembly plants, employs more than 3,600 people. Founded in Fort Wayne in1986, Fort Wayne Assembly employees produce award-winning full-size pickup trucks.As state-of-the-art technologies continue to transform the automotive industry, GM is committed to maintaining its position as an industry leader and establishing its innovative vision for the future of transportation. Learn more at Supplemental On-Call Supervisor Supplemental On-Call Supervisors are part-time employees that are expected to work flexible hours, and weekends, no more than 32 hours per week. This includes the ability to work any of our three shifts and weekends. Supplemental employees are not eligible for the GM Benefits Program or paid time off; however, they are paid a highly competitive rate of pay. This role is not eligible for relocation.Responsibilities:Supervise a medium to large group of employees involved in plant production operations. Work is generally of a technical nature with the ability to make decisions within the limits of general standards and practices. Some direct guidance received from supervisor.Responsible for the effective use of personnel, material, and equipmentMeets production cost schedule and maintains quality requirementsComplies with the terms of local and national labor agreementsImplements divisional and corporate policiesImplements safety and good housekeeping standardsFrequent contact with others outside the work groupKeeps management informed of developments as they occurMaintains corporate and unit management control systems.Maintains department recordsiQualifications:iKnowledge of manufacturing processes and procedureKnowledge of basic mathHigh level oral and written communication skillsKnowledge of basic technology of area where assignedKnowledge of scheduling and other management systemsHigh level analytical ability where problems are complexHigh level interpersonal skills to work effectively with all levels of the organization, motivate employees and elicit work output Knowledge of quality control proceduresEducation and TrainingHigh school graduate or equivalent training, plus additional training such as that acquired in the first one or two years of technical or business schoolCompletion of recommended Corporate training programsExperience supervising employees in a union environmentExperience supervising employees in a manufacturing environmentCollege degree preferrediEqual Opportunity Employers