Production Supervisor (Management & Executives)

Full Time

  Stella-Jones Inc

  Shelburne, Ontario, Canada

** Schedule - Afternoon shift **


The Production Supervisor (lumber services) is responsible for all lumber activities including receiving, inspection, packaging, shipping and inventory control. The incumbent’s role is also to ensure optimum employee performance and making sure products are delivered on time and according to customer’s standards.


  • Organize labour for required lumber yard activities;
  • Coordinate his employees' vacation and payroll;
  • Communicate with Production Manager and Sales for production requirements;
  • Communicate with Production Manager for lumber shipping and receiving operations;
  • Manage the lumber shipping supplies inventory (barcodes, wrap, etc.);
  • Manage lumber inventory (white, treated, cull);
  • Apply employee handbook and positive discipline process;
  • Ensure the TRD requirements are respected in the lumber storage yards;
  • Ensure that products are acceptable for shipment, including proper labels, wrapped product, appearance and quality;
  • Ensure the yard is organized and the proper housekeeping is made;
  • Ensure all work is performed safely to applicable codes, standards and to Stella-Jones health and safety manual;
  • Communicate with shipping and receiving office operations to coordinate shipments;
  • Is available for on-call emergencies;
  • Performs other duties as assigned.


  • Minimum 5 years of related experience;
  • Supervisory experience;
  • Valid driver’s license;
  • Clean driver’s license abstract;
  • WHMIS.


  • Proficiency in English, spoken and written;
  • Effective communication and leadership skills;
  • Problem solving, prioritization and conflict resolution skills;
  • “Lead by example” work ethic;
  • Ability to train, motivate and coach employees;
  • Maintain positive and enthusiastic attitude even in adverse situations;
  • Time and stress management;
  • Able to adapt to various circumstances, while keeping focus on goals;
  • Organized and results driven;
  • Intermediate knowledge of the OHSA - Occupational Health and Safety Act;
  • Intermediate Computer skills (Microsoft Office).