Responsible of the direction and supervision of the performance of individuals or a team of associates who put together components to make assemblies or process raw materials into finished products in an industrial environment in order to exceed Quality, Cost, Delivery, Morale and Safety goals.
Accomplishes manufacturing results by coordinating, and enforcing systems, policies, and procedures.
Focus on delivering changes through people development and management
Participate on daily Core Team and quality meetings to meet and exceed bussiness unit goals and metrics
Complete production plan by scheduling and assigning personell;accomplishing work results;establishing priorities; monitoring progress; revising schedules; resolving problems;reporting results of processing flow on shift production summaries
Maintains manufacturing information updated
Maintains safe culture and clean work in compliance with established policies, procedures, 5’s culture and PBS
Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; internal benchmarking.
Participate with status and improvement plans in weekly meetings and Performance Review of Operations meetings
Manage vacations and attendance for direct reports
Supervise and coordinate the various company programs, 5’s, cost reduction, etc..
Support Value Stream Map creation and Maintenance
Point of contact for new product/process introductions to ensure safety, ergonomics, 5’s and productivity goals are met
Lead and participate on improvement and cost reduction projects
Assurance of the certification and training of all personnel assigned
Coordinate monthly PSA inventories activities, keeping track of the discrepancies of PSA inventories (SAP)
Participate in the TL9000, ISO 14000 audits to keep the certification.
Contribute in CAPAS documentation, implementation and execution
Internal and External Customers.
Supply Chain department
Other production lines (Where applicable)
Product Line Management (Product Specialist and Coordinator)
Product Development department
Minimum Knowledge and Skill Requirements.
Bachelor Degree in Engineering or equivalent
3 years of experience in the Manufacturing field (Preferred)
3 or more years of experience in leading and/or supervising personnel (Preferred)
Understanding and experience of Lean Manufacturing and Value Stream Mapping (preferred)
Green Belt Certified (preferred)
Data driven decision making
Quality Systems and TPM knowledge
Basic Project Management experience
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Dynamic and able to manage multiple activities and prioritize
Strong Leadership Skills to effectively manage cross functional teams
Ability to Manage diverse resources
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