298014 - Supervisor General

  • Post Date:June 8, 2022
  • Apply Before: June 8, 2023
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  • Pay Rate 34.07
Job Description

Direct data-driven maintenance processes to improve quality metrics (e.g., higher FTT, less scrap, less contamination, etc.) Coordinate the resources and activities required to ensure problem free start-ups Facilitate start-up/shift-to-shift meetings/communication Facilitate constraint analysis and coordinate activities to eliminate bottlenecks Promote and ensure continuous improvement in the manufacturing engineering organization toward the common goal of improving product quality, plant competitiveness and total cost structure Monitor, control, and improve Maintenance Cost Per Unit (MCPU) Optimize throughput in accordance with budgets and cost objectives: meet or beat schedule Manage and support material control (spare part inventory), repair and rebuild programs, and reliability and maintainability reviews Supervise hourly employees Communication and Recognition Build Team Leaders’ and Team Members’ capabilities Create a conducive work environment for the team(s) to complete their assigned responsibilities / tasks; build and nurture a One Team environment Basic Administration of supervisory responsibilities and documents Lead all daily, weekend and shutdown maintenance planning with input from your team(s) Maximize equipment effectiveness through a detailed, standardized, and prioritized preventive and predictive maintenance plan designed to improve productivity Provide resources, support, and priorities for all maintenance actions; Use Maximo (MFM) to document all maintenance activities (planned and crisis) and create reports to support continuous improvement Use Maximo to analyze data and evaluate the effectiveness of the preventive maintenance plan
Skills Required:
Supervision, Good Communication, Organization, and Technical skills in Manf. Environment Familiar with Robots, Resistance spot welding, PLC’s, Conveyance, DC tools Familiar with Mechanical trades and electrical trades and their R&R’s
Skills Preferred:
Body shop/stamping/subassembly experience preferred Knowledge of Lean Manufacturing principles Knowledge of constraint management principles Safety and Quality experience preferred Microsoft Office knowledge (Word/Excel/Outlook) Prior experience managing a unionized work force
Experience Required:
Fundamental working knowledge of PLC logic and controls Ability to work any shift as well as rotating shifts and weekends Ability to work independently with limited supervision Capable of assigning work to unionized hourly workforce and holding employees accountable for following processes pertaining to daily work assignments in terms safety, quality, and throughput Strong organizational and administrative skills Ability to multi-task Strong problem-solving and conflict management skills Successful candidate must be able to demonstrate leadership in One FORD (leadership) behaviors combined with outstanding interpersonal, teambuilding, and communication skills
Experience Preferred:
Education Required:
Min. Education: High School Diploma Preferred Education: Engineering degree or background Experience: 1-2 years technical work experience and troubleshooting in a Manufacturing environment
Education Preferred: