Production Supervisor - Wetherill Park, NSW

Ausreo is Australia's leading independent manufacturer and supplier of concrete reinforcing products to the building and construction industry. We support and encourage our business partners to Build with Confidence and create value for our people, customers, and shareholders. We are known for:

  • Our agility to provide superior service and support to our customers through our extensive Service Centre Network; and
  • Being at the forefront of innovative steel reinforcement solutions and technology.

Ausreo is committed to providing an inclusive and collaborative environment for our employees. Our aim is to ensure our people are engaged, motivated, and prepared with the skills, knowledge, and capabilities necessary to deliver company goals and expectations. This is evidenced in our mission to:

  • Ensure the health,  safety and wellbeing of our employees is at the forefront of all business decisions and  reflects Ausreo’s Safety First’ culture.
  • Embrace the strengths and  differences of our people and build  a workforce that reflects the diversity of the communities we serve.

We have an exciting opportunity for a Production Supervisor (Day/Afternoon Shift) to join our team in Wetherill Park. Reporting to the Operations Manager - NSW, the purpose of this role is to lead the shift, plan workloads to meet daily and weekly production KPI’s, ensure all employees on the shift are complying with all safety, quantity and housekeeping standards and satisfying all reliability and quality standards determined by the approved system. Incorporating LEAN and Continuous Improvement tools and driving quality initiatives, you will support your team to maximise productivity, improve efficiencies and reduce manufacturing costs.

The role will also include but will not be limited to the following responsibilities:

  • Constant supervision of employees within the shift to ensure uninterrupted production process
  • Develop, train and motivate employees to acquire maximum efficiency, productivity, co-operation and morale
  • Responsible for the effective distribution of work load amongst Team Leaders and operators and ensure shift targets are met according to priorities
  • Daily review and collate production forms to ensure accuracy and authenticity
  • Liaise on a regular basis with the Production Manager in regard to planning and coordinating any specific requirements
  • Assist the Production Manager in the daily operations of production requirements and schedules including the overview of inventory stocks, WIP, labour requirements, plant layout and methods
  • Communicate regularly with employees regarding any safety and quality issues


To Be Successful

  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in a similar supervisory position working in an operations or manufacturing multi-disciplined environment
  • Solid knowledge and experience in Lean or Six Sigma experience is essential
  • Sound attitude and aptitude to work in a production environment
  • Understand of basic accounting and administrative skills associated with production and engineering record keeping and reporting
  • Promote a team environment that fosters getting the job done
  • Goal-orientated and effective time management skills allowing for set deadlines
  • Ability to multi task people, events, systems and deadlines
  • Strong leadership, coaching, mentoring skills and team building
  • Knowledge of safety standards in a manufacturing environment
  • Experienced in fast paced environment.

Ausreo is currently experiencing major growth due to the upturn in civil and commercial construction projects. It is an exciting time to be part of the Ausreo family with opportunities for career development and progression.

In return you will be rewarded with an attractive salary package and job satisfaction whilst working within a dynamic team environment. If you are ready for a challenge and think you have what it takes we want to hear from you.

Ausreo is committed to building  an inclusive  and  diverse workforce. We strongly encourage applications from all diverse groups, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people with disability.

The successful candidate must have Australian Citizenship or legal Work Rights and must undertake a pre-employment medical assessment and National Police Check.

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