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Industrial production managers are responsible for managing and supervising the everyday operations of manufacturing and other plants. Their tasks range from analyzing production data, writing production reports and streamlining production processes to identifying and fixing problems related to production. In some industries, they are known as plant managers.
A bachelor's degree, preferably but not necessarily in industrial engineering or business administration is the minimum qualification required to work as an industrial production manager. Getting some work experience as an intern will help boost employment opportunities immediately after graduation. Excellent leadership, interpersonal, time-management, team-working, and problem-solving skills are essential attributes in this role.
At your interview, the interviewer will ask you questions to determine if you know exactly what this role involves, especially as it pertains to the kind of work that specific company does. Before going for your interview, it is important to read up about the company and their production plant so that you can answer this question more authoritatively. Another thing you can do to get the edge over the other applicants is to read up about commonly asked questions at industrial production manager interviews. You can find these listed at Mock Questions.