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Weaving Supervisor

Hiring Agency: TenCate Protective Fabrics
Ends: November 13, 2019
Full Time

Weaving Supervisor TenCate Protective Fabrics Zebulon, GA
Compensation $60,000 to $65,000 Annually Benefits Offered Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Bonus, and Company 401(k) plan

Position Summary:
To coordinate and manage the daily activities of the associates on the shift while keeping our main objectives in the forefront of all decisions – safety, quality, delivery, and cost. To provide assistance to associates on quality related items. To provide guidance to ensure that all fabrics are processed in the safest, most quality conscience manner possible. In achieving these goals, this individual must ensure the most efficient, cost effective means are used to ensure customer expectations are met or exceeded. Detailed communication must occur between shifts and within their shift to ensure goals and expectations are clearly defined. Development of all associates and teams within their area of responsibility ensuring continuous growth and achievement.

Key Job Functions
• Ensures the safety of associates through safety and development programs.
• Ensures daily production requirements are met by following up on style changes, warp outs, breakdowns, and problem machines.
• Coordinates training of associates as needed to ensure all associates are properly trained. Also, cross train associates as needed to be able to cover all positions when absences occur.
• Ensures that policy enforcement is consistently maintained among employees.
• Continuous improvement in all aspects of quality. Reviews problems and ensures steps are taken to eliminate such issues. Makes sure fabrics are processed in such a manner that would guarantee the customer’s requirements are met or exceeded.
• Solves specific problems that affect internal and external workings of the department and those that affect customers.
• Ensures customer orders or requirements are completed in a timely fashion and in the safest and most efficient manner possible.
• Communicates verbally and completes written reports on all off quality. This involves providing as much information as possible to aid in the investigation and solving a quality problem.
• Develops and promotes individual and team interaction maintaining and improving process controls.
• Assists with period ending inventory.
• Works safely by wearing proper safety equipment and abiding by company safety
• Performs other tasks as assigned by management.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
• Self-motivated, hands-on individual with keen interest in quickly learning and
applying new skills.
• Ability to follow verbal and written instructions and meet deadlines with minimal
• Capable of working independently and collaboratively in teams.
• Possess problem-solving skills and be detail oriented.
• Strong leadership skills with experience in influencing and managing change.
• Demonstrate project management skills.
• Ability to make decisions, manage multiple tasks and easily adapt to changing
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Requires good mathematical skills.
• Requires good computer skills preferably using Microsoft Office Suite.

Physical Requirements
• Regularly required to stand, walk, sit, bend, and move about the production area.
• Must be able to distinguish colors.
• Ability to lift up to 25 pounds chest high.
• Must be able to climb up/down steps frequently.

Education/Experience Required
• High school diploma/GED required.
• 3-5 years textile background. Ability to identify defects that are critical to the
greige manufacturing process.
• Experience as a lead or in a supervisory role in a manufacturing environment,

Interested and Qualified Candidates can submit a resume to
Kevin Hilton at and Alice
Bowden at

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