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Machine shop supervisors oversee daily operations in machine shops of all sizes. This is a multi-faceted job. Machine shop supervisors plan, coordinate and direct machine-shop related activities and make sure all production requirements are met, from designing various parts to fabrication. They also inspect procured material and handle equipment and logistics.
A bachelor's degree in an engineering field such as electrical or mechanical engineering, in addition to relevant work experience, are essential requirements for the job. Employers will look for a combination of both when looking to hire new machine shop supervisors. Machine shop supervisors must have strong leadership, communication and mechanical skills.
Prospective employers will want to know details of your experience. What kind of a machine shop have you worked in? What were your specific tasks? How large was the machine shop and how many workers did you oversee? Your answers to all of these questions will determine whether or not you get the job. Be better prepared for your upcoming interview by rehearsing answers to the questions you will find at mock interview questions.