The Machine Stitching Department Incharge in a football manufacturing facility plays a pivotal role in overseeing the operations of the machine stitching department. This position involves managing a team of machine operators, ensuring the quality and efficiency of stitching processes, and coordinating with other departments to meet production goals.


1.   Supervision: Oversee the day-to-day operations of the machine stitching department, including scheduling, assigning tasks, and monitoring performance.

2.     Quality Control: Ensure that stitching processes meet quality standards and specifications, conducting regular inspections and implementing corrective actions as needed.

3.   Machine Maintenance: Coordinate with maintenance staff to ensure that stitching machines are properly maintained and serviced to maximize uptime and productivity.

4.  Training and Development: Train new machine operators on stitching techniques, equipment operation, and safety procedures, and provide ongoing coaching and development to existing team members.

5.    Production Planning: Collaborate with production planners to develop and implement production schedules and prioritize orders to meet customer demands.

6.    Inventory Management: Monitor and maintain inventory levels of stitching materials, such as threads and needles, and coordinate with purchasing staff to replenish supplies as needed.

7.  Safety Compliance: Ensure compliance with safety regulations and procedures in the machine stitching department, conducting regular safety inspections and promoting a culture of safety awareness among team members.

8.     Problem Solving: Address operational issues and challenges in the machine stitching department, troubleshoot machine malfunctions, resolve conflicts, and escalate issues to management when necessary.

9.    Continuous Improvement: Identify opportunities for process improvement and efficiency gains in stitching operations, implementing best practices and innovative solutions to enhance productivity and quality.

10.  Documentation: Maintain accurate records and documentation related to stitching processes, production output, quality inspections, and personnel records.


1.       BBA (Hons), BS. Mechanical or equivalent degree from a reputable institute.

2.   Proven experience in a supervisory role in a manufacturing environment, preferably in the textile or sports equipment industry.

3.    Knowledge of stitching techniques, sewing machines, and related equipment used in football manufacturing.

4.   Strong leadership and management skills, with the ability to motivate and develop a team of machine operators.

5.    Excellent problem-solving abilities, with a hands-on approach to addressing operational challenges.

6.  Attention to detail and a commitment to quality assurance in stitching processes.

7.  Effective communication skills, with the ability to collaborate with cross-functional teams and communicate instructions clearly to team members.

8.       Knowledge of safety regulations and procedures in a manufacturing setting.

9.    Proficiency in basic computer skills, such as Microsoft Office applications and manufacturing software.

10.  Flexibility to work in a fast-paced environment and adapt to changing priorities and production demands.

Job Details

Functional Area:
Total Positions:
4 Posts
Job Shift:
First Shift (Day)
Job Type:
Job Location:
No Preference
Minimum Education:
Degree Title:
BBA (Hons) or BS. Mechanical
Career Level:
Experienced Professional
Minimum Experience:
5 Years
Apply Before:
May 09, 2024
Posting Date:
Apr 08, 2024

Anwar Khawaja Industries Pvt Ltd

Manufacturing · 1001-1500 employees - Sialkot

Anwar Khawaja Industries was incorporated as private limited company in 1964 and took over the existing business of Anwar Khawaja and sons founded by Mr. Muhammad Anwar Khawaja (late) since 1952 for the manufacturing of footballs. Anwar Khawaja Industries is engaged in the business of manufacturing and export of Soccer Balls, Rubber Bladders, Sports Wears and Sports Protective Equipments carried out in three manufacturing sites. Since its inception, the company remains in the hunt of latest technology and engaged in research and development to produce best quality products. The first important milestone was reached in 1966, when company developed pre-stretched leather balls and became the first manufacturer of pre-stretched leather balls in Pakistan. The company developed it own brand “Double Star which was approved by FIFA in 1967 and was the first FIFA approved ball from Pakistan. Double Star remained a symbol of quality for decades. In 1976, Select Sports A/S of Denmark entered into an enduring business association with Anwar Khawaja Industries and transferred necessary technology for making artificial leather balls, which by that time had almost replaced the natural leather balls. Since 1976, Anwar Khawaja Industries and Select Sports A/s, Denmark have a unique relationship rarely seen in todays business world. The company is producing balls exclusively for Select Sports, Denmark and at the same time whatever Select is marketing is produced by Anwar Khawaja Industries. It is however pertinent to mention here that there has never been a written agreement among these two organizations in this regard. The company is supplying more than 2.5 million balls annually to Select Sports and its customers world wide including Europe and America and has the capacity to produce 10,000 balls per day. Protective Gears. In 1983, the company diversified its operations and started making Protective Gears such as Leg guards, Chest Guards, Arm Guards and Gloves for Hockey and Cricket to cope with the demand of various customers. Presently, the company is producing protective equipments for TK Hockey Germany, Grays of Cambridge England and other customers world wide. In 1991, the company established a Garments Unit to produce quality sports wears primarily for its own existing customers. The company is producing complete range of sports wears which includes shorts, shirts, skirts, trousers and jackets in knitted and woven fabrics. The company has presently installed around 150 stitching and allied machines. The company has also two in-house latest embroidery machines and all kind of printing facilities. Presently, company is producing sports wears for TK Hockey Equipment Germany and its customers worldwide including Europe, America, Australia, Africa and Asia, Grays of Cambridge England and its world wide customers, Morrant Group England, Roll Sports Spain, Select Sports Denmark and Derbystar Germany. Rubber Bladders In 1997, to strengthen the quality base for footballs, the company established a rubber unit for the manufacture of rubber latex bladders and rubber sheets. Presently, the entire production of rubber unit is being utilized by football unit. ISO 9000 Certification The companys quality system is certified by DET NORSKE VERITAS (DNV) Netherlands in conformance with ISO 9000 quality standard since 1999. Social Compliance Certification The company is certified by Fairtrade Labeling Organization (FLO) since 2004 for its social compliance standards

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