Supervise the workers in operating machines to form paper products.
What does a Paper Products Supervisor do?
Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in setting up and operating machines that cut, wind, fold, crease, drill, score, slit, tape, glue, sew, corrugate, and emboss paper and paperboard to form paper products, such as boxes, cartons, bags, napkins, tissue, envelopes, folders, cards, and tablets: Reads work order and schedules production according to machine capacities and customer requirements. Assigns duties to workers according to production schedule. Inspects sample product to ensure conformance to work order specifications. May train new workers. May set up and adjust machines. May inspect machines for malfunction or worn parts. May repair machines. May requisition materials and supplies. May supply workers with production materials. May operate machine in worker’s absence. Performs other duties as described under SUPERVISOR Master Title.