Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, strategic and operations planning for the DC, including financial management, operational performance and analysis, planning and execution, distribution, fleet management, inventory management, vendor management, and leadership, including performance management.
The Manufacturing Operations Shift Manager is responsible for oversight of all operations on their assigned shift and will also be accountable for the safety of the site, ensuring a quality driven workforce, continuously challenging inefficiency and process loss at every opportunity, establishing a team culture of continuous improvement and the unrelenting pursuit of excellence.
In this role, you will be responsible for all daily aspects of leading a safe, efficient and motivated production/operating team. The Production Manager will coordinate the production activities for 2 shifts with departmental supervisors to ensure total manufacturing objectives are met.
esponsible for the Real Estateand Business licensing processes to ensure full compliance with provincial and local licensing requirements. This includes ensuringSales Professional licenses are in compliance and marketing materials followReal Estate licensing guidelines.
In this role, the selected candidate will
experience with Marketo, Eloqua, Hubspot, Pardot, ExactTarget, etc. If you have implemented and/or integrated any of these platforms that is a big plus but not required.
Responsible to ensure all style and brand guidelines are met with post production work and develop and manage achievement of production schedule including coordinating efforts of content management and studios.
Responsible for business case development of supply chain solutions for less complex projects or assists in business case development for supply chain solutions and strategic supply chain initiatives. Supports implementation of transformation programs.
In this role, you will develop tools for performance monitoring and provide feedback to the departments supported both formally (departmental presentations) and informally (shop floor review) and obtain agreement on corrective actions as required.