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8 May 2013

Full-Time Foreman (Supervisor)

Gemalto – Uusimaa, Finland

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Job Description

Gemalto Oy is part of the Global Group, Gemalto, the world leader in digital security solutions provider. Vantaa functional unit has specialized in high-security chip and ID products and applications, development and manufacturing.

These products include biometric and visual passports, identity cards, driving licenses and healthcare cards. Gemalto’s product range includes well-developed banking and debit card solutions, loyalty cards, SIM cards and mobile applications for public transport travel card solutions, as well as corporate security solutions. Gemalto’s revenue in 2012 amounted to EUR 2.2 billion. It operates in over 43 countries and employs more than 10 000 employees.

Gemalto employs more than 400 digital security and security printing expertise, experts in various production, sales, marketing and product development positions, as well as support functions.

We are now looking for permanent employment labor leader (supervisor). Foreman working in the graphic industry’s top professionals. You control your team by setting goals, creating a field of its members and the coaching changes through to completion. You want your group to develop a top team by continuously improving the quality and efficiency. The supervisor’s job requires at least a college-level education and experience in management of working in a production environment. You will have good interpersonal skills and dare to put yourself on the line. Supervisor you will be able to give and receive feedback, be flexible and possess good resistance to pressure. In order to succeed requires a fluent command of English both in writing and spoken. The work is shift work.

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Job Categories: Office Jobs in Finland. Job Types: Full-Time.

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