Linde Engineering North America Inc

  • Instrumentation and Electrical Supervisor

    Job Location US-OK-Tulsa
    # of Openings
  • Overview

    Supervise the Instrumentation and Electrical Department in a productive and safe manner while maintaining the required quality standards.   



    The Instrumentation and Electrical Supervisor shall be responsible for, but not limited to, the following:

    • Monitor safety of all employees and provide guidance for a safe and productive work environment.
    • Conduct daily Departmental Toolbox Meetings. Review safety information of work related topics.
    • Estimate work using LENA standards to establish production requirements that meet project schedules.
    • Develop a Weekly Plan that meets the requirements of the short-range Shop Schedule. Weekly Plan shall be based on drawings and material available at time of Planning Meeting.
    • Make sure all personnel have been trained to use the appropriate Work Instructions and monitor their work to assure the Work Instructions are being followed.
    • Improve Work Instructions or develop new ones as required.
    • Assign duties to qualified personnel that will support production schedules and meet quality standards. Adjust work schedules and personnel as needed to meet production requirements.
    • Analyze and resolve production problems. Advise management of problems that will affect the Instrumentation and Electrical production line or down line customers.
    • Implement and adhere to all ISO-9000 procedures, encourage Kaizen participation and direct group discussions and training on these topics.
    • Monitor, track and verify production activities on the shop floor utilizing production recording tools.
    • Plan and conduct periodic inventories of consumable materials to support WIP.
    • Review and issue drawings, including revisions, to the Shop floor in a timely manner.
    • Monitor the actual fabrication hours being used in relation to the current budget.
    • Hire, train, develop, and appraise staff effectively. Takes corrective action as necessary on a timely basis and in accordance with company policy.  Consults with Human Resources as appropriate.
    • Review safety infractions with employees. Prepare Safety Investigation reports as required.
    • Train team members on 5S and insure 5S practices are implemented and followed by all team members.
    • Monitor tool requirements and respond with a request to purchase tools as required.
    • Issue, maintain tools and collect tools from terminated employees.
    • Assure all of his/her subordinates follow all of the safety policies and procedures of LENA as outlined in the Safety Manual and assure all subordinates attend safety training events and meetings.
    • Learn and abide by the Linde Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct. Demonstrate honesty, integrity, and professionalism in all communications, actions and decisions.


    • Associate Degree or equivalent combination of education and experience.
    • Electrical Journeyman’s License or an Electrical Contractors License or must be able to obtain an Electrical Contractors License within two years of employment.
    • Minimum of 5 years manufacturing experience with a lean environment and having a minimum 3 years in a leadership role.
    • Trained in 5S and lean manufacturing, preferred.
    • Motivated self-starter with effective communication skills both verbally and in writing with superiors, colleagues and individuals inside and outside the Company.
    • Effective computer skills: Excel, Word, Access and Lotus notes.
    • Effective analytical and problem solving skills.
    • Effective organizational skills including the ability to prioritize and plan work.
    • Strong leadership skill and detail oriented with the ability to multi-task.
    • Knowledge of various manufacturing processes.
    • Blue print reading with comprehension skills.
    • Effective organizational skills including the ability to prioritize and plan work.
    • Must be detail oriented with the ability to multi-task.
    • Working knowledge of the National Electrical Code and International Standards Association standards.


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