Production Manager-3rd Shift
Industrial Operations
Full Time
Anderson, Sc
2018-09-12

The Shift Production Manager is responsible for coaching and leading their team, ensuring commitment to safe work practices, driving production efficiency, managing production goals, and drive the engagement of their team.  The primary function of this role is to manage all aspects of the shift through collaborative working with the Production Supervisors for delivering, and where possible, exceeding the key performance indicators within the operation. The successful candidate will collaborate with the Senior Operations Manager and will be aligning the designated shift of operations to the objectives of the business.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Promote action oriented safety culture embracing safety as a core value, instilling and exemplifying a safety mindset for all Team Members resulting in an incident-free workplace
  • Drive a continuous improvement environment focusing on SQDC
  • Oversees the assigned areas in the designated shift 
  • Knowledge of daily activities and how to keep the work moving through the production process smoothly 
  • Executes schedule with a sense of urgency, and with sincere concern for safety, quality, timeliness and cost consciousness 
    Implement and enforce all policies and practices, and employ effective leadership techniques and employee relations activities to ensure fair and equitable treatment of all team members working in the facility
  • Drive productivity through analysis of production vs labor hours
  • Responsible for team development, efficiency, and flexibility
  • Perform administrative duties as required for backup such as Kronos, attendance tracking and providing reports for SQDC
  • Must be able to walk production area for 50% to 60% of work shift and focus should be the Production floor. Work shift may extend beyond 8 hours in overtime situations, including weekends or alternate work schedule arrangements
  • Must be able to work at using computer, routinely answering phone or radio and effective use of other office equipment
  • Perform shift handoff 30 minutes prior to and after shift to ensure a timely shift transition

Minimum Qualification

  • Bachelor’s degree required OR equivalent combination of education with a minimum of 10 years’
    experience as a supervisor or manager in a manufacturing environment

 KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Master’s Degree
  • Experience with continuous improvement projects highly preferred
  • Experience in High Speed Manufacturing operations preferred
  • Previous experience with plant startups, including knowledge of new product introduction processes from concept to production, is a plus
  • Proficient in Office Products (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)