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During the Plant start up, this position will work during the core business hours. When shifts are officially implemented, 3rd shift will work 10: 00pm - 6: 30am.
- Plans and directs production activities and establishes production priorities for products in keeping with schedule and cost factors.
- Ensures that all team members are adequately trained, and activities are performed as specified in documented work instructions.
- Coordinates the production schedule to ensure that all Kanban's are adequately stocked and meet schedule requirements.
- Use Lean principles and tools to drive a continuous improvement culture to improve safety, quality, efficiency and cost.
- Prepare production reports for management team to capture key performance metrics and highlight opportunities for improvement.
- Works with the manufacturing engineers to address issues and improve overall product quality.
- Collaboratively revises production schedules and priorities as a result of equipment or operating problems.
- Responsible for the accuracy of raw and in process materials in the production areas.
- Formally evaluates performance of team members and champions professional development of team.
- Ensures production team members are informed, enabled, motivated and held accountable.
- Supports the CAPA process as required.
- Ensures that quality/production data is recorded accurately and in a timely manner.
- Coordinates activities across shifts.
- Provides input and support for technology transfer and new product introduction.
- Perform other duties as required.
- High School Diploma and/or equivalent combination of education and experience. Bachelor's degree in an operations or engineering discipline a plus.
- Previous lead, Foreman, or supervisory experience required, or equivalent Military experience.
- Must have strong familiarity with cGMP guidelines and ISO 13485 and FDA 21 CFR 820 regulations.
- Minimum 3 years' experience supervising work activities in a high-volume production environment.
- Must have experience working in a regulated industry; Consumer products or Life Sciences preferred.
- Must have hands-on experience in set-up and operation of automated production equipment.
- Must be a team oriented, detailed individual. Should have a strong work ethic, self-starter and adaptable.
- Have strong interpersonal and communication skills.
- Must possess the initiative and drive for continual improvement.
- Process oriented and uses data to make decisions.
- Have a work style that motivates the production staff.
- Must be able to fulfill job responsibilities in a fast-paced/high-volume production environment.
- Proficient in basic computer skills. Fundamental knowledge of ERP systems; Microsoft AX would be a plus.
International travel to Canada may be required up to 50% of time during the first 3-6 months of factory acceptance testing of equipment at vendor's location.
$75-$85k starting salary, relocation assistance for the right candidate, full comprehensive benefits plan