Poly America

Production Supervisor Trainee

Job Locations US-NV-Henderson
Requisition ID
Requisition Post Information* : Posted Date
6 months ago(9/30/2019 2:16 PM)
Category (Portal Searching)


Poly-West, Inc., leading plastics manufacturer, is currently seeking a Manufacturing Production Supervisor Trainee to join our Production department.  Poly-West produces several lines of polyethylene products including high quality trash bags, construction films, and geomembrane liners.  Poly-West is also the most technologically advanced and largest recycler and compounder of polyethylene in the world.


Dedicated to providing the highest quality polyethylene products, our team of chemical, mechanical, electrical and process engineers is at the forefront of modern plastics technology.  The company’s innovative design team is responsible for several technological breakthroughs in blown-film extrusion and bag making.  We also maintain one of the most sophisticated on-site labs in the plastics industry.


  • Bachelor's Degree in Engineering required.
  • Previous management experience is a plus, especially from a manufacturing company.
  • The ability to work a night shift or a day shift as assigned by management.
  • The aptitude and desire necessary to learn Poly-West processes, equipment, and procedures.

Poly-West offers competitive compensation packages including Medical/Dental, paid vacations and holidays, and 401(K).


Management Trainees at Poly-West are responsible for supporting the management staff in the production area/areas to which they are assigned. Management Trainees will gain knowledge and insight in key areas of the company. This role must have the ability to participate in a team environment to achieve the production goals of the company.  This is an entry-level management position. The role may involve additional responsibilities and opportunities as they become necessary and/or are assigned by management.


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