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Manufacturing Manager

As Manufacturing Manager, you will provide effective communication and supervision to associates; plans and controls workflow and work environment to ensure accurate and efficient operations and internal/external customer satisfaction. Own, understand, manage and improve health, safety and environmental hazards and workplace conditions Analyze, understand, manage and improve processes, procedures, equipment and training to consistently produce orders that meet customer quality and delivery requirements Collaborate and communicate with others at all levels of the organization to ensure an effective flow of information, ideas and concerns from employees to management and management to employees Monitoring and reviewing information from materials, events, or the environment, to detect or assess problems Ensure that material and labor are properly planned, implemented, controlled and recorded and to effectively manage material and labor variances Present on the production floor and approachable to employees while monitoring and managing shop floor operations Collaborates with other departments to ensure that customer requests are quickly reviewed, answered and the best overall resolution is agreed upon and met Develop and maintain thorough knowledge of business and manufacturing processes to help drive decisions and actions with full consideration of impacts to the entire value stream and the overall best interest of the business Ensure employees have frequent, routine and effective communication and understanding of plant, area and individual expectations and performance Understand, measure, monitor and initiate actions based on the key performance drivers for processes to achieve established goals and objectives Participate in the development of plant, area and work center goals and objectives consistent with the company's strategic direction. Ensure responsibility and accountability are driven to employees closest to the shop floor as possible Understand the strengths and weaknesses of employees and create/execute development plans to help them meet expectations so they may advance and/or take on more responsibilities Consistently follow, models, reinforces and upholds established company policies, practices and company Values Maintain effective working relationships throughout the company. Requirements Bachelor's degree in related field (i.e., manufacturing, engineering, business administration, management) and three plus years' experience or equivalent experience in production/light manufacturing environment and demonstrated leadership and supervisory skills. Strong sense of urgency and customer focus. Ability to develop and utilize knowledge of a broad range of processes and products. Proven ability to hold self and others accountable, drive improvement initiatives, analyze and act on relevant data and metrics, participate in and manage multiple projects. Excellent oral and written communication, computer, problem solving, decision making and organization skills. Must be a reliable, conscientious team player.
Salary Range: $103K - $138K
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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