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Line supervisors generally work directly under the shift manager and oversee workers' immediate performance. They work in a variety of industries including banks, manufacturing facilities, warehouses and restaurants. Their specific duties will vary depending on the industry they are working in. Irrespective of the industry, their main responsibility is to ensure that the line operates efficiently and without downtime or incident. If a worker is absent, the line supervisor covers that position either themselves or by finding a suitable alternative.
The exact qualifications vary from one industry to another but in most cases, first hand work experience is a must. You can get on the job experience by completing an apprenticeship under the guidance of an experienced line supervisor. Leadership and communication skills are essential qualities in a line supervisor.
Prospective employers will want to know details of your experience. What type of industry have you had experience in? How many workers did you supervise? Who did you report to and what exactly were your responsibilities? Getting a letter of recommendation from your previous job or your mentor will give you the edge when it comes to getting the job. Going through mock interview questions will also help you get a better idea of what questions to expect at your line supervisor interview so you can prepare your answers in advance.