Rotating Compounding Shift Supervisor

Pensacola, FL


The primary purpose of this position is to provide leadership for a diverse hourly workforce. This position will be experienced in coaching, developing, ensuring adherence to policy/procedures, maximizing quality compliance. Strong communication and leadership skills and ability to resolve workplace issues effectively are required. The Supervisor will guide, train, influence, support their team members in order to ensure regulatory compliance, safety and operational efficiencies as well as targeted results are met.


Maintain our right to operate through our Commitment to ZERO injuries, process safety or environmental events Retain a fully trained, qualified, and engaged workforce Maintain a heathy pipeline of A2E initiatives to achieve maximum possible improvements in safety, quality, cost, and operating performance Achieve, on a consistent basis, the targeted objectives in safety, quality, reliability and productivity for their area



Exhibit a proactive approach to environmental and safety performance by owning ESSH performance of assigned area Establish and maintain processes which ensure that employees and contractors understand and follow ESSH procedures, guidelines, and standards Coach individuals in the area of personal and team safety, environmental stewardship, and site security driving a Commitment to Zero before production mindset Ensure that delegated ESSH audit and investigation recommendations are communicated and completed timely Conduct walk-throughs and safety meetings Conduct Life Critical permit audits Report all first aids, injuries, near misses, damages, etc. within one hour of the occurrence Ensure accountability and compliance to use of HRP/JSAs for all tasks. Drive and establish accountability for 5S and housekeeping standards. Ensure required ESSH training is complete for all direct reports to include refresher and critical safety issue training Coordinate with and support ERT staffing within minimum staffing requirements


Drive positive employee engagement and safety culture through actively modeling Values and Key Leadership Behaviors Recruit, interview, and make recommendation for hire as may be required to maintain required staffing levels Develop and communicate clearly defined roles, responsibilities, standards, and expectations for direct reports and ensure performance through leadership, coaching, development and effective use of performance feedback processes Ensure that the training process is followed:

Hold employees accountable that qualifications are timely met Work with Learning and Development Coordinator to continuously track training progress and quality of training

Guide, assign, oversee and audit the work of hourly workforce Engage in active conversation with direct reports to understand developmental “wants” and “needs” Communicate, maintain and administer procedures, policies, plant direction/results and programs Coordinate with HR to administer the corrective action processes, as needed, to ensure employee performance expectations are met Maintain and administer processes that ensure equitable operator and technician resource leveling, overtime allocation, vacation practices and labor cost control Manage hourly and non-exempt payroll approval process Coach and hold employees accountable for daily performance Utilize Performance Matters and/or other methods to celebrate, reward, recognize and encourage employees Ensure that appropriate resources, necessary tools, and equipment are available for employees to perform their functions Understand, manage, and is responsible for assisting in the delivery of the area annual operating plan (AOP) by controlling area costs including labor and maintenance/reliability costs. Ensure that the MOC process is followed and emergency MOCs are generated as required Coordinate with Managers and other FLL/Supervisors to drive consistency within the plant. Lead and is accountable for continuous improvement of area including developing and maintaining active pipeline of improvement projects


Attain basic process knowledge in all unit jobs over a 12–18-month period and demonstrate sustained job knowledge in the following areas as part of on-going development planning:

Process hazards and safeguards, including all interlock actions, purposes and classifications Unit operations Equipment requirements Procedures – unit and plant

Review and ensure accuracy of procedures

Submit red lines as required Ensure consistency/ alignment of procedures with plant procedures and policies Communicate procedural changes/adjustments to trainers, operators and/or technicians

Monitor daily sample analyses and trends – direct process changes accordingly to ensure product quality and proficient operation Approve the daily handheld rounds. Ensure accurate and 100% completion of the handheld rounds Audit the completion of all operator/technician generated logs, records, and forms


Reports to: Manager Team: Hourly/Non-Exempt Workforce (7 to 10)


Minimum High School Diploma or GED plus 5 years of operations experience required Minimum 2 years leadership or supervisory experience highly desired Qualification or ability to obtain qualification in area strongly preferred Compounding experience strongly preferred ( REQUIRED)


Must be able to demonstrate, based on past performance, excellent leadership skills and experiences Ability to influence, direct, coach and develop employees and to provide the necessary tools to ensure performance to meet area and site goals Working knowledge of time entry systems, Workday preferred Ability to delegate, as required Knowledge of company and site policies and procedures Knowledge and understanding of regulatory/compliance issues, ES&H policies, guidelines and procedures Knowledge of budgeting, cost controls and purchasing as it relates to labor and maintenance expenditures. Participation in or leadership of continuous improvement projects (A2E) Problem solving, conflict resolution, facilitation, and prioritizing skills A strong bias to “act on facts” and “data driven” logic to develop creative solutions Strong sense of ownership and a drive to improve existing systems and processes Solid interpersonal and organizational skills with excellent verbal and written communication skills Moderate to advanced computer skills are required including proficiency in MS Office Demonstrated and strong root cause


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