A management position responsible for coordinating all facility repairs and PM activities within and supporting the new OSD manufacturing facility. Position has responsibility for supervising/directing internal resources as well as contract service providers.
Continuously evaluate production equipment and processes to ensure competitiveness in the field. Coordinate with design and manufacturing engineering groups to implement and evaluate new or revised processes.
Manages Mobile Crew Leaders and Crew members while maintaining working relationships with Property Managers and other Key Clients. Travels as needed to meet with Mobile Techs and key customers in order to train, ensure work quality and drive efficiencies.
Must have ten+ years of experience in the production and/or machine tool industry, with progressively increasing levels of responsibility with at least 5 years in various senior departmental management positions.
This position is responsible for the overall day-to-day operation, leadership and management of a manufacturing plant. This position reports to a VP of Operations and regularly reports on plant performance.
Develops and administers various human resources plan and procedures for plant personnel. Responsible for maintaining employee information in the companys HRIS. Maintains local organizational charts and employee directory.
The Manufacturing Services Manager will be responsible for and oversee Manufacturing, Engineering, Maintenance, and Facilities; this position will include meeting and exceeding operating objectives and contributing to a safe, cost-effective, and productive work environment.
The Materials Department Manger provides direct ongoing coaching to the warehouse team to ensure they are meeting or exceeding targets driving systemic resolution to gaps meeting business targets in the areas of Productivity, Quality, Cost, Delivery, Safety and Morale
This position is responsible for the overall day-to-day operation, leadership and management of a manufacturing plant. This position reports to a director of operations and regularly reports on plant performance.
Must have a track record of new product introduction, employee interaction, upgrading existing products to improve image and function, a keen understanding of mechanical and electrical principles, and manufacturing plant experience.
Produce and interpret charts and pie graphs showing, for example, marketing summaries or percentage comparisons. Complete legal forms for the facility. Read minutes of meetings in order to keep up-to-date and to plan.