Manufacturing Supervisor

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Responsible for manufacturing and remanufacturing activities for multiple product lines, ensuring that performance (inventory, cost, etc.) meets regional business requirements.
Manages a team of non-exempt individual contributors; leads and coordinates daily activities.
Responsible for hiring, setting and monitoring of annual performance plans, coaching, and career development; ensures that the proper tools are in place to support the team and the processes
Ensures the delivery of products and
that meet the performance metrics defined by next level management
Prepares monthly performance reports
Supports business or functionwide process needs and solutions that may impact multiple business units and/or countries
Focuses on process quality and efficiency

Education and Experience Required
First level university degree or equivalent experience.
Engineering Diploma may be required in some countries.
Typically 2+ years of experience in an operations function.
Typically 0-2 years of project management experience.

Knowledge and Skills Required
Strong knowledge of factory floor, material or warehouse management systems and Microsoft Office suite.
Strong communication skills (e.g. written, verbal, presentation); mastery in English and local language
Knowledgeable of country specific legislative and regulatory compliance (e.g., import and export regulations; trade restrictions, EH&S). Utilizes the expertise of others as necessary
Good qualitative and quantitative analytics and data modelling skills
Good project management skills
Good people management skills
Partnering skills (e.g. improving the day-to-day performance of internal and/or 3rd party partners)
Familiarity with Lean Sigma or Quality Improvement methodologies

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