Supervise the workers engaged in stamping and packing wooden pencils.
What does a Finishing Department Supervisor do?
Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in tipping, end-trimming, and stamping and packing wooden pencils and assembly of wood-cased ballpoint pens: Notifies setup worker of needed adjustments on tipping, trimming, stamping and packaging machines, according to size, shape and type of pencil to be processed. Inspects samples of processed pencils for defects, such as loose metal tips, broken eraser plugs, and splintered ends. Examines pencils to verify stamped information and type of tip on pencil against production specifications. Examines pen refills to verify conformance to specifications. Requisitions supplies, such as sandpaper, cardboard containers, and stamping foil. May adjust assembly machines, using handtools. May train new workers. Performs other duties as described under SUPERVISOR Master Title.