Manage workers in sawing, shaping, and fitting shanks of smoking pipes.
What does a Bit and Shank Department Supervisor do?
Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in sawing, shaping, and fitting bits and shanks of smoking pipes: Informs workers engaged in sawing operations of changes in style and number of stummels to saw for each style. Determines from production schedule quantity and style of bits to be bent, and number of each style bit needed. Inspects stummels and bits at each work station to ensure conformance to company standards. Sets up machines. Performs other duties as described under SUPERVISOR Master Title.