Mercury Marine - Plant Manager

Brunswick   •  

Saint Cloud, FL

8 - 10 years

Posted 269 days ago

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Position Summary:

The Plant Manager oversees day-to-day operations to support continuous improvement and to meet annual operating performance objectives.  In addition, the Plant Manager executes long-term growth plans to drive alignment with Division strategic objectives through collaboration with Mercury’s senior management team.  The Plant Manager is also responsible for building a strong team of functional leaders and for setting the tone for a culture of respect and continuous improvement.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Oversee, support and execute a long-term strategy that ensures the best value for Mercury and our customers by leveraging in-house capabilities.
  • Plan, direct and coordinate operations in support of a company’s growth.
  • Reduce product costs through productivity and quality improvements.
  • Facilitate attainment of production schedules.
  • Oversee and ensure safety standards in coordination with and as directed by mercury’s central safety department.
  • Develop and direct technical resources in activities to:Collaborate with all other areas of Mercury Marine’s functional organizations to leverage expertise and capabilities in the pursuit of Plant 7’s established goals.
    • Upgrade existing processes
    • Implement changes or systems for new product
    • Implement changes or systems required to insure product and process quality
    • Implement modular plant changes
  • Evaluate and develop the plant’s senior leadership team, including training and succession planning to develop current and future Plant 7 leadership.
  • Direct subordinates to maintain current final product quality standards.
  • Oversee operations and works with direct reports on the development of tools and processes that drive continuous improvement.
  • Promotes a culture of internal and external customer focus.
  • Conduct timely performance reviews.
  • Create a strong teamwork environment throughout the plant and support the retainment and recruiting of key business positions.
  • Direct management of performance to budget.
  • Develop capital spending plans for process improvement and new products.

Knowledge, Skill and Ability Requirements:

  • Quality, production, and material control skills.
  • Thorough understanding of the products/processes of the specific area.
  • Proven Supervisory Experience.
  • Budget establishment and budget maintenance skills.

Education and Experience Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher required
  • 7 to 10 years of experience in the manufacturing environment, including previous managerial responsibility.
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