Enel Green Power

  • Production Supervisor

    Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(12/3/2019 2:22 PM)
    # of Openings
    Enel X Position
    US-CA-San Carlos
  • Overview

    Enel X is an Enel Group company revolutionizing the electric vehicle (EV) charging market with its grid-integrated JuiceBox charging stations and JuiceNet IoT platform. JuiceNet-enabled devices maximize charging speed and efficiency while providing drivers and fleet managers intuitive control and visibility via mobile apps and online dashboards. By shifting when and how much electricity connected stations draw from the grid, Enel X helps utilities and grid operators reduce electricity costs, ease grid congestion, and maximize the use of solar and wind power. Its partnerships with EVSE and EV manufacturers also allow Enel X to grow the EV charging ecosystem, provide an extensive aggregation cloud platform for grid balancing and optimization, and to deliver new value streams through its energy services. 
    Enel X is an innovative Silicon Valley provider of IoT electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions built upon a disruptive business model: by selling our market-leading JuiceBox smart grid EV charging stations into a rapidly-expanding electric vehicle market, we provide immediate benefit to EV owners and charging station operators while simultaneously delivering valuable, cloud-based load management services to utilities and grid operators. As a result, drivers receive fast, network enabled charging and Enel X receives multi-year “grid services” revenues.
    Our mission is to dramatically accelerate EV adoption through advanced technologies and innovative solutions. The company's flagship residential product, a connected level 2 EV charging station and mobile app, has already helped nearly 30,000 drivers go electric. The company is now expanding its offerings to include DC fast charging and other commercial solutions.
    The Production Supervisor plays a critical role in providing exceptional leadership to our operation. You may not be an expert in all things manufacturing, but you come to us with deft skills to lead our team successfully. Fiercely committed to safety, quality, and developing teams, you help ensure we have the right people & processes in place to manufacture our chargers.  Our team is amazing and none our operations could be completed without them. Full-heartedly understanding that your own success is directly linked to the success of your team, you make it your mission to remove obstacles and empower others to elevate their own work. You can’t wait to roll up your sleeves, partner with colleagues, and continue to develop the most extraordinary manufacturing environment in the Bay Area.
    Safety First: Your vigilance around safety of people and products is contagious! You ensure we maintain a safe and enjoyable work environment with a focus on preventing safety incidents. When safety concerns arise, you take the appropriate measures to address them. Daily, weekly, and monthly safety trainings are in place, and team members are encouraged to raise safety concerns and implement sustainable solutions.
    Continuous Improvement: Leading the team in suggesting & implementing robust improvements to our operations. Everyone is working together with a shared purpose to exceed KPI targets and advance our performance. As the needs of the business change, you help ensure we have the appropriate metrics in place and apply them to the daily work. Integrating training opportunities into daily activities, you support autonomous maintenance, team member development, and cross training initiatives; your team loves the ample opportunities they have to grow!
    Daily Operation Support: Your team is always in the know. Updates on safety, quality, sanitation, KPIs, company communication, and more.  Your visible floor presence allows you to spend time developing your team, and to keeping a pulse on the operation. Administrative work is done accurately and efficiently, including orchestrating the schedule of our team.
    People Management: Teamwork and team building are your passions! Not only do you walk the manufacturing lines routinely, but you also know each team member personally. Your close connection helps the team achieve their goals. Thoughtful development plans for the team are in place along with cross-functional training. You inspire exemplary behavior through coaching and feedback with a laser focus on building the contributions of the team.
    Collaboration: You are skilled at collaboration and building strong relationships across the organization; This is shown through the successful coordination and launch of special projects, & major business changes. You seek out the input of others before making big decisions and value different points of view. As a trusted advisor, you are a “go-to” person in manufacturing. You are THE team player who others seek out for input and enjoy having on their team.


    - Maintains safety programs as a priority and ensures all required and supplemental safety training is complete by employees; holds self and team accountable to safe working procedures at all times
    - Supervises all production activities performed by employees; maintains a high degree of visibility and access to team members
    - Establishes and maintains department standards for quality, productivity, and reliability
    - Serve as Business Process Owner for key production areas including procurement, product assembly, material handling, packaging, shipping and returns
    - Leads resolution of production-related issues with representatives from other departments throughout the company (i.e. engineering, product & project management, procurement, etc.)
    - Coordinates with quality resources to maintain quality standards; takes appropriate corrective measures to resolve deficiencies
    - Forecasts staffing needs to meet peak demands of the business and staff team accordingly; trains, motivates, coaches, rewards, and counsels employees being supervised in collaboration with senior management and human resources; resolves personnel issues appropriately
    - Manages personnel issues including but not limited to time off approvals, time card approval, daily and weekly overtime supervision, hiring, and professional development
    - Assists with development and implementation of policies and procedures; ensures all employees follow company policies and procedures
    - Monitors and reports daily production results, material usage, efficiencies, and downtime
    - Other responsibilities as assigned.


    - Associates Degree as an electronics technician or equivalent
    - Certified electrician or equivalent
    - 3 years people manager experience
    - Previously or currently managing or leading non-exempt team members
    - Experience in lean manufacturing techniques
    - Proficient in Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
    - Must be able to prioritize and re-prioritize business needs during a day
    - Live in the SF bay area, or are you willing to relocate at your own expense
    - Eligible to work in the US without sponsorship
    - Fluent in verbal & written English
    - Ability to lift 40 pounds
    - Able to work M-F 8am to 5pm
    - Able to work different hours and on weekend as needs arise
    - Passionate about producing quality products
    - Bachelor’s Degree or higher in a related field


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