Production Manager Salary in Washington, District of Columbia

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Average Salary for Production Manager in Washington, District of Columbia

The average salary of a(n) Production Manager in Washington, District of Columbia is $131,624.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Production Manager in Washington, District of Columbia is $63.28.

The average bonus of a(n) Production Manager in Washington, District of Columbia is $11,438.00.

Job Description:

Directs and coordinates, through subordinate supervisory personnel, activities concerned with production of company product(s), utilizing knowledge of product technology, production methods and procedures, and capabilities of machines and equipment. Confers with management personnel to establish production and quality control standards, develop budget and cost controls, and to obtain data regarding types, quantities, specifications, and delivery dates of products ordered. Plans and oversees production activities and establishes production priorities for products in keeping with effective operations and cost factors. Coordinates production activities with procurement, maintenance, and quality control activities to obtain optimum production and utilization of human resources, machines, and equipment. Reviews and analyzes production, quality control, maintenance, and operational reports to determine causes of nonconformity with product specifications, and operating or production problems. Develops and implements operating methods and procedures designed to eliminate operating problems and improve product quality. Revises production schedules and priorities as result of equipment failure or operating problems. Consults with engineering personnel relative to modification of machines and equipment in order to improve production and quality of products. Conducts hearings to resolve or effect settlement of grievances and refers unresolved grievances for management-union negotiations. May compile, store, and retrieve production data. Less

Directs and coordinates, through subordinate supervisory personnel, activities concerned with production of company product(s), utilizing knowledge of product technology, production methods and procedures, and capabilities of machines and equipment. Confers with management personnel to establish production and quality control standards,... More

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