Manager, Operations (Manufacturing)
Posted on: February 12, 2024
- Responsible for directing and managing a business unit of
multiple production lines (15-20 filling and assembly lines).
- Responsible for managing and coaching Production Supervisors
and -100 hourly indirect reports in a 3 shift operation with .
- Responsible for ensuring a safe and clean working
- Coaches and trains associates to meet or exceed Safety,
Quality, and Cost Key Performance Indicators.
- Must have proficient computer skills.
- Will report directly into the Operations Director of the
*Backup to the Director of the area (as needed).
Safety: Ensure that a safe workplace is maintained at all times.
Provide resources necessary to be proactive towards addressing
issues in the workplace. Comply with all OSHA & Revlon guidelines
and procedures. Assist Safety Director as needed with task forces,
projects and teams. Metrics: Safety incident rate; OSHA & Workmen's
comp cases; restricted duty.
Development of People: Strive to make the Oxford site a great place
to work by: proactively developing people (cross training, class
work and challenges); Addressing all issues, concerns and
disciplinary actions promptly and effectively; contributing to site
efforts to address issues and concerns. Staff lines effectively,
balancing Revlon and Agency Temporary associates. Maintains good
associate relations and morale. Insures that procedures and
policies required to meet good work practices are being adhered to.
Innovation - Provide challenges, changes, ideas and suggestions to
drive the organization forward. Metrics: Associates - Technical
training compliance; Safety training; GMP training; Personal
Development Plans; Lean Manufacturing.
Quality: Ensure that all Revlon & Governmental Good Manufacturing
Practices are complied with. Provide resources necessary to address
any issues before the operation is adversely affected. Maximize
line uptime and throughput through efficient use of associates and
equipment as specified in the SPI. Assures the quality integrity is
being produced at the highest standards of the RPPS. Ensures that
SAR's Cleaning and Sanitizing Logs and other related production
paperwork is properly filled out, maintained and up to date as per
company requirements and policies. Work with the site Quality
Director (and others - as needed) to implement any new requirements
due to new products or new regulations. Provide / facilitate
training as needed. Ensure that all appropriate records are
accurate and maintained within guidelines. Metrics: First pass
yield accuracy on paperwork, Sigma; AOQ; Rejection of lots; GMP
through internal or corporate audits.
Customer Service: Ensure that all Customer requirements (domestic,
international & special markets) are met per company objectives
(Regular business forecast & Promotional commitments). Evaluate
production needs on a forward basis to ensure that needed equipment
and people resources are available to meet the customer's needs.
Keeps Senior Management abreast through shift transference of
information orally and written of current production plan issues,
changes or problems that need to be highlighted. Metrics: Schedule
compliance; Service Levels; Promotional ship on time.
Financial: Responsible for operational financial aspects of the
cost center(s) assigned: Control of Labor - Direct (productive
effort); Indirect (support effort); Non standard (Rework & First
pass yield issues); Material - performance to established standards
& minimization of waste; Overhead - supplies and ancillary
equipment; Support and facilitate site cost reduction objectives.
Metrics: Labor - Direct efficiency, indirect as a percent of
direct; Material - MU; Scrap report. Overhead - performance to
budget & tasks.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED:
Experience in supervision of associates in a production
environment, preferably drug and/or cosmetic.
Extensive knowledge of production equipment, especially safe
operating techniques, product capabilities and trouble shooting
Have good teamwork characteristics with the ability to motivate,
communicate and proactively develop associates.
High level of personal commitment, motivation and intensity with
demonstrated leadership in a production environment.
Knowledge and experience with operations in a FDA - GMP
Significant communication skills - verbal and written
Ability to facilitate cross functional teams
Basic computer skills, Excel, Word and use of MRP systems
MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED:
Prefer a 4 year degree in an engineering discipline, but other
areas of study will be considered with appropriate and relevant
RESPONSIBILITY FOR CONTROL OF EXPENDITURES:
Overhead - Supplies, management staff, support labor - Up to $1
Material - Value of material moved through the filling and assembly
operation - approx $15 Million annually
Labor - Direct Labor managed in the filling and assembly operation
- approx $3 Million annually
Responsible for these aspects of daily operations:
Ensure that all employees in the cost center have defined job
duties and expectations, and are managed according to those duties
- and that timely corrective action takes place when needed.
Ensure that reasonable schedules are formulated, meeting customer's
needs and equipment capability. Interface with appropriate
departments as needed to affect change.
Ensure that all equipment is operational and performs within
Ensure that all Revlon and governmental policies, guidelines, rules
and procedures are followed and adhered to.
Interface with all other sites functional areas as needed (HR,
Quality, Distribution, Finance, etc.)
Measurement of Performance
Maintain Safety at an Incidence Rate to meet or exceed established
Maintain Quality to significantly improve and revamp the quality
process to decrease rejects and insure that defective material does
not leave the site per established target.
Attain a GMP score to meet or exceed target
Material Usage Variance (MUV) is achieved by favorable variance to
budget per established target.
Customer Service to achieve regular business customer service level
and achieve promotional shipment as per established target.
Direct Labor Efficiency to achieve a "net" direct labor efficiency
of "0"$ variance to budget after cost reduction and achieve a total
indirect labor efficiency of "0"$ variance to budget as per
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE POSITION:
Problem solving and decision making ability
Ability to effectively communicate 360
Ability to effectively enforce company policy
Significant operating knowledge of the Cosmetic industry -
products, equipment and business practices
Knowledge of Customer / Supplier relationships and how best manage
those to get results.
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