Paint Line Supervisor

Location UK / Antrim

Job Type Permanent full-time, TemporaryContract

Salary Not disclosed

Updated 2 days ago

Reference 1352570

 Job Description

Excellent opportunity for Paint Line Supervisor based in Monkstown.

Job Title: Paint Line Supervisor

Reporting to:Factory Manager

Location: Monkstown, Northern Ireland

Welcome to CDE Global

CDE Global is the leading provider of wet processing equipment for quarries, mines and recycling operations on the global market.  The CDE equipment range has applications across a wide range of materials and is delivering significant efficiencies in the construction and recycling, mining, specialist industrial sands and environmental sectors. 

Working across 5 industry sectors and 8 strategic regions globally, CDE has been co-creating with customers for over 20 years.   The team has been widely recognised for challenging the paradigm of traditional washing equipment supply and delivering collaborative, imaginative and unique processing systems.  Our team thrives in an environment where people are genuinely empowered to lead and deliver highly strategic and innovative projects.

CDE Global is now seeking to appoint an experienced Supervisor, to join the team.  Reporting directly to the Factory Manager.

The position is based in Monkstown, Northern Ireland.

Job Purpose

Accountable for the coordination of material, equipment, manpower, quality and meeting production schedules and customer satisfaction. Directing the work of others including problem solving and coordination with support departments.  Leading a team with the ability to work hands-on when required.

This job description is not exhaustive as other duties may be required to fulfil the requirements of the role.


  • Adhering to company safety policies and procedures at all times. 
  • Monitoring and continuously improving shop floor safety, eliminating unsafe conditions.
  • Assuring processes are followed to meet production schedules and capacity is in place to meet demand.
  • Schedules and prioritizes resources, and adjusts staffing to meet production and customer requirements.
  • Determines and executes disciplinary action when appropriate.
  • Ensures preventive maintenance is performed according to agreed schedule.
  • Evaluates, assesses, identifies and leads the deployment of workforce training.
  • Leads regular improvement discussions with team members and support departments.
  • Monitors KPI’s and initiates corrective actions when required.
  • Drive 5s standards for work area whilst identifying and implementing improvements.
  • Drives root cause corrective action and drives continuous improvement.
  • Supports the development, implementation and training of SOP’s.


  • To adhere to CDE policy and practice. 
  • To carry out any other duties within reason and capability associated with this role.

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Closing date: Monday 20th August 2018

We are a global company and welcome applicants from all countries and backgrounds. Desirable criteria may be used for shortlisting.  The Company reserves the right to vary criteria at the shortlisting stage.