Supervise the workers in the assembly of internal combustion engines.
What does an Engine Assembly Supervisor do?
Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in assembly of internal combustion engines: Reviews routing sheets to determine type of engine to assemble. Examines engine parts at assembly bench or line for agreement with routing sheet. Confers with supervisor to arrange assembly line, supplies, and parts to facilitate assembly of engines. Corrects stoppages on line by reassigning workers, reporting breakdown of machines to maintenance department, or supervising repair of machines. Sets up arbor presses, special jigs, and holding fixtures for assembly of engines. Performs other duties as described under SUPERVISOR Master Title.