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  Production supervisors, or industrial production managers, are responsible for a variety of job duties. In small manufacturing facilities, production supervisors may oversee entire plants, while in larger operations they may only oversee a single department. Additional responsibilities often include coordinating, planning, and directing all activities involved in the production of goods. Employment Responsibilities Employment duties are a vital part of a production supervisors responsibilities. These responsibilities include hiring, training, evaluating and retaining employees. Monitoring employees while they work is another responsibility. By watching the employees work, the production supervisor ensures that each member of the team is meeting his  performance requirements, and that all safety standards are being followed. When the performance of an employee falls below the accepted standards, it's the production supervisor's duty to take corrective action and make recommendations to improve compliance. Scheduling Responsibilities Scheduling responsibilities are another portion of a production supervisor's job duties. It's up to the production supervisor to determine how best to utilize the workers in order meet production goals as efficiently as possible. One way of accomplishing this is by monitoring the amount of authorized overtime employees are allowed. Another way is through manipulating production schedules. For example, in slow times, only operating one or two shifts a day may help to reduce unnecessary costs. However, in busy times, it may be necessary to increase production to 24 hours a day, and possibly even hire temporary employees to fill in any gaps. Related Reading:  Qualification Summary for Production Supervisor   Financial Responsibilities Every production supervisor has a budget to follow, and it's important that operation costs stay within it. For example, it takes careful planning to estimate the amount of raw materials it will take to meet production goals, and not go over the budget. Another budgeting example is determining when overtime is financially justified. Other financial responsibilities besides approving expenses for supplies and staffing include reviewing production orders and financial reports for accuracy. Efficiency Responsibilities Since operational efficiency plays a vital role in profitability, production supervisors need to always be on the lookout for ways to make improvements. One method of increasing efficiency involves saving time by finding ways to cut steps out of the production process. Another method may involve purchasing new equipment to produce more  products in less time. The way a business handles inventory also affects efficiency. For example, a business that  practices lean manufacturing techniques can save money by not keeping an excess of inventory on hand. Having excess inventory takes space, costs money to store, and could potentially end up a total loss if the products end up not being purchased or used. Manager, Finance and Administration About the Job The  Manager, Finance and Administration  provides leadership and coordination of the accounting/financial management and office administration of the Company. The Manager will ensure that the company accounting procedures conform to generally accepted accounting principles.    Primary Responsibilities:      Diligently manage and accurately process all operational, sales, and general administrative costs including, but not limited to, personnel, inventory, and raw materials.      Work with CEO, Operations, and Sales management to create performance metrics based on cost analysis.      Manage the daily operations of the Finance and Accounting Department and oversees IT systems.      Prepare and distribute required financial reporting to management and ownership. (Daily, Weekly, Monthly)      Plan, coordinate, and execute the annual budget process including interim and long-term forecasts. Provide analytical support to management team.      Upgrade and implement an appropriate system of policies, internal controls, accounting standards and procedures; set objectives, establish priorities, and measure results.      Oversee all functions associated with cash management and reporting.      Supervise all accounting staff.      Ensure accounts payable are paid in a timely manner.      Ensure accounts receivable are collected promptly.      Processing of payroll and benefits administration.      Ensure that periodic bank reconciliations are completed.    Ensure inter-company fund transfers are made on a timely basis.    Maintain the chart of accounts.    Maintain an orderly accounting filing system.    Maintain a system of controls over accounting transactions.      Ensure that all reasonable discounts are taken on accounts payable.   Desired Skills & Experience:   Candidates should have a Bachelor's degree in accounting or business administration, or equivalent business experience and 10+ years of progressively responsible experience. Proficiency with an ERP/MRP system such as Lawson, Oracle, JD Edwards, E2, etc. very helpful. Qualified candidates will be energetic, flexible, collaborative, and proactive and will demonstrate the ability to take a holistic view of a manufacturing operation. The individual possesses exceptional written, oral, interpersonal, and presentation skills and the ability to effectively interface with internal  and external stakeholders. A strong work ethic and the desire to learn and grow to a higher level is a must. Preference will be given to candidates with the Certified Public Accountant or Certified Management Accountant designations.   About the Company:   Public Imagery is one of the nation’s leading graphics and décor companies that supports design initiatives for the casual dining, retail, general commercial, and healthcare industries. The company specializes in the design, manufacturing, and management of global new construction and remodel programs. Public Imagery’s team is comprised of a dedicated group of digital artists, fabricators, framers, router techs, fine art experts, interior designers, and project management specialists who work together to create custom artwork, wall décor and digital media for today’s leading brands.   Sales Management A sales and marketing manager develops annual sales strategies for a company. This includes setting sales goals, recommending whether the company will add or drop products and determining which products the company emphasizes based on ease of sale or profit margin. The sales manager hires and fires salespeople, trains them, assigns their territories, sets their quotas and monitors their activities. He sets their compensation levels, determines commission and bonus structures and creates contests to motivate the sales staff. A sales manager is often the top-selling salesperson at the company, or was the top salesperson before being promoted to management. Because of this valuable ability, he often must keep selling as part of his job. The sales manager works with accounting and shipping departments to ensure credit checks are done quickly, orders are filled soon after they are booked and  product is shipped to customers in a timely fashion. Marketing Management The sales and marketing manager helps the sales team by creating ongoing activities that promote the company and its products. He learns from his customers what his competitors are doing to promote their products, reads industry  publications, visits industry websites and attends conventions, conferences and trade shows. He works with in-house staff or contractors to help develop any advertising, promotions, social media and public relations activities necessary. A significant area of marketing activity for these managers is developing sales materials such as sell sheets, brochures, catalogs and order forms.  Job Duties and Tasks for: Purchasing Manager Basic Job Description: Plan, direct, or coordinate the activities of buyers, purchasing officers, and related workers involved in purchasing materials, products, and services. 1) Maintain records of goods ordered and received. 2) Locate vendors of materials, equipment or supplies, and interview them in order to determine product availability and terms of sales. 3) Prepare and process requisitions and purchase orders for supplies and equipment. 4) Control purchasing department budgets. 5) Interview and hire staff, and oversee staff training.    6) Review purchase order claims and contracts for conformance to company policy. 7) Analyze market and delivery systems in order to assess present and future material availability. 8) Develop and implement purchasing and contract management instructions, policies, and procedures. 9) Participate in the development of specifications for equipment, products or substitute materials. Is being a Purchasing Manager  your very best career choice? Our  Career Interest Test will show you which careers match your interests. Our  Free Personality Test will show you which careers match your personality and why. 10) Resolve vendor or contractor grievances, and claims against suppliers. 11) Represent companies in negotiating contracts and formulating policies with suppliers. 12) Review, evaluate, and approve specifications for issuing and awarding bids. 13) Direct and coordinate activities of personnel engaged in buying, selling, and distributing materials, equipment, machinery, and supplies. 14) Prepare bid awards requiring board approval. 15) Prepare reports regarding market conditions and merchandise costs. 16) Administer on-line purchasing systems. 17) Arrange for disposal of surplus materials.  Job Activities for: Purchasing Manager 1) Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates  -- Providing information to supervisors, co-workers, and subordinates by telephone, in written form, e-mail, or in person. 2) Making Decisions and Solving Problems  -- Analyzing information and evaluating
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