Assembly Supervisor - 2nd Shift - $500 BONUS

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  • Full-time employee
  • Anoka, Minnesota

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Lakeland Tool & Engineering, a complete precision thermoplastic, engineering and manufacturing services provider for the worldwide market, is searching for an experienced Assembly Supervisor (2nd Shift) to join our team in Anoka, Minnesota. 

Summary of Position:

The Assembly Supervisor is responsible for the direct supervision of Assemblers and Lead Assemblers. Supervision responsibilities include anticipating production and employee issues and resolving problems to minimize their effect on production. This also includes the daily placement of team members to the appropriate assembly line or work assignment and ensuring quality and safety standards are maintained.

2nd Shift Schedule: Monday - Friday 3:00 - 11:30pm, overtime as necessary

***External candidates receive a $500 BONUS after 30 days of employment (must meet performance and attendance requirements)***

Essential Functions:

  • Plan, organize and control the day to day activities to meet external and internal customer requirements including the scheduling of orders, manpower planning, and the effective use of equipment to meet daily production requirements
  • Observe production activities and monitor assembly lines to ensure operators conform to production and quality standards
  • Schedule work cells and generate production schedule to efficiently produce orders and meet commitments to customers. Assist Leads with machine set up as needed
  • Work with warehouse, scheduling, and accounting to identify and correct items causing inventory issues. May operate forklifts as needed to support business needs
  • Complete required paperwork/record keeping for assembly line activity to ensure productivity and counts are correct to maintain daily efficiencies and balance inventories
  • Make label packets for jobs to run and assist Assemblers with production and quality issues to ensure quality products are delivered to the customer
  • Complete performance reviews and discipline measures as necessary in compliance with company policies and procedures
  • Ensure full adherence to 5S practices at all times to maintain a clean and safe work environment


  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED) preferred but not required
  • Experience in a manufacturing environment, plastic injection molding preferred
  • Proven supervisory and/or leadership skills and/or training/education or the equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Requires Forklift certification (training and certification will be provided)
  • On the job training may be required.
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About Lakeland Tool & Engineering

Lakeland Tool and Engineering, Inc., is a full-service custom precision thermoplastic and thermoset mold builder and molder for the worldwide market. For over 44 years, product design engineers have relied on our excellent service and quality molding capabilities. With the emphasis on customer needs, we work with product designers throughout product development to ensure the best in product design, mold design, material selection, and cost-effective tooling and production.

Lakeland Tool & Engineering is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer, Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran

  • Lakeland Tool & Engineering
    2939 6th Avenue North
    Anoka, MN 55303
  • 763-422-8866 (Phone)
  • 763.422.8867 (Fax)


  • Health insurance with 100% coverage for preventive services (in network)
  • 100% coverage for preventive prescription medications
  • Flexible spending account
  • Life, accident, and disability insurance options
  • Dental and vision plan options
  • 401(k) and profit sharing
  • Employee assistance program
  • Additional benefits may apply to specific companies

*Available to qualified full-time employees

Frandsen Corporation and related entities are a family of businesses owned and operated by Dennis and Greg Frandsen and headquartered in North Branch, Minnesota. The manufacturing sector has operations in Minnesota, Iowa, and Kentucky. The banking sector has facilities in Minnesota, North Dakota, and Wisconsin.