Shop Supervisor

By | March 16, 2021

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Located in Edmonton, AB Salary: $80-90K We have partnered the #1 worldwide custom manufacturing client in Edmonton, looking for a Shop Supervisor to join their growing team. Job Highlights: * Ability to grow within the company * A very strong safety culture * Working with a long tenured group of employees What we look for: * Up to 10 years of experience in custom fabrication * Excellent communication and time management skills * Ability to problem solve in challenging situations * Ability to identify procedures and process improvements * Ability to lead and coach direct reports * Ability to work in a high stress work environment Hours/Compensation: * Monday- Friday; 8:00AM- 5:00PM * Up to $90,0000 depending on experience * Permanent Our location: Express Employment Professionals 9426 51 Ave NW Edmonton, AB T6E 5A6 780-485-9915 Need more information about this Shop Supervisor position? Contact (Bre Simmons), our Division Manager for Commercial and Skilled Trades at (780) 485-9915, or by email Bre.Simmons@expresspros.com Please add “Shop Foreman” About us: Express Employment Professionals works with job seekers to help them find the right job for their skills and experience. We have a variety of jobs available, and there are full-time, part-time, and temporary positions available. As one of the leading staffing companies in North America, our Edmonton, AB offices are ready to help you take the next step in your career. Express Employment Professionals has helped strong applicants build their career since 1985. In 2018, our team put more than 4,500 associates to work in the greater Edmonton area. Globally, Express employs more than 556,000 people across more than 800 franchise locations worldwide. Take the first step toward new career success, apply with Express today. Express Office: Edmonton (Southeast) 9426-51 Avenue Unit 104 Edmonton, AB T6E 5A6PandoLogic. Keywords: Store Supervisor, Location: Edmonton, AB – T5J 4L2
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