Supervisors, Assembly and Fabrication

Supervisors in these industries may tend to direct, coordinate and schedule worker activities; establish methods to meet schedules; coordinate work with other departments; ensure that systems and equipment operate efficiently; problem solve and recommend measures that will improve productivity and product quality; order materials and supplies; and train staff and prepare production and other reports.


  • High school diploma.
  • Previous experience in the field.
  • Electronics manufacturing supervisors may require a college diploma.