This position is a Metal Forming Machine Operator Supervisor located in the Office of Production, Coining, Dock support and Numismatic Divisions of the Philadelphia and Denver Mints. There are duties and responsibilities for a variety of processes used in the making of circulated, uncirculated and commemorative coins. Includes such skills as in-depth troubleshooting and repair techniques, inspection, loading and maintenance operations in the production of coins, die setting, pressing/striking, burnishing, shipping and receiving, die control, packaging, and the use of other equipment and machines.
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As a Metal Forming Machine Operator Supervisor, you will:
- Provide technical and administrative supervision to the mission of the organization including blanking, annealing, upsetting, weighing of scrap and blanks, stamping, burnishing, counting and bagging, packaging, and material handling of coins, metals, metal strips, packaging, special coins and medals.
- Be responsible for the quality of coins and metals produced with respect to their dimensions, tolerance specifications, and image quality for the care and management of all production equipment available for maximum utilization; for assuring schedule of repair of failed operational equipment, and maximum utilization of operational equipment.
- Inspect daily operations to observe the work progress, to determine action necessary to expedite production, and to instruct subordinate supervisors. Expedite operations that delay schedules and alter schedules to meet unforeseen conditions.
- Maintain general inspection of production machinery to evaluate its mechanical condition; determines the extent to which operating capacities are realized, and makes recommendations for modifications or for procurement of equipment to increase production efficiency.