Responsible for new product development, market development, marketing communications and product training to achieve global Equipment and Controlled Environment Services sales and marketing objectives.
Established processes and leadership execution in the areas of environment, health, and safety in keeping with the companys proud legacy of attention to safety, the environment, and the communities in which it exists.
Delivers determined financial objectives by reaffirming existing production goals or setting new goals and then leading the team to achieve these goals; delivers operational excellence through optimizing capacities, total cost effectiveness, and value to the customer base.
Responsible for selection and hiring of direct reports and associates for warehouse and transportation positions. Directs their activities, evaluates their performance, and approves their merit pay increases.
Responsible for assessing customer needs, market conditions, and competition to inform business strategy. The Category Manager implements the strategy through developing, commercializing, and monitoring the appropriate products and services.
Identifies and ensures appropriate placement, facilitation and expedition of all patient flow transactions, including direct and emergency patient admissions and transfers, in accordance with established clinical standards and knowledge of disease entities.
The primary role will be to grow and lead a team of 500+ employees in a union environment. As a key leader of the plant, you will be responsible for developing manufacturing plans in accordance with company policy, goals, and objectives.
Provides support to the Area Leadership Team with asset management reviewing production planning, stocking parameters and asset management to ensure efficient supply chain and inventory management of flammable products.
Responsible for determining and prioritizing future enhancements to the product content and methodologies including soliciting feedback from internal and external stakeholders, writing user requirements and other product documentation.
The Product Manager plans, organizes and manages an existing portfolio of products, and crafts new products from existing product designs, from competitive analysis and from knowledge of the industry; further, the PM manages and integrates new products and product changes throughout the company.
The Payables (Disbursements) Product Manager is responsible for all aspects of managing these commercial payment products (ARP, Positive Pay, Check Outsourcing, CDA) including product planning and discovery, product profitability, new product development and strategic direction.