Champion your organizations drive to implement a culture of continuous improvement through Lean and Six Sigma principles while promoting a continuous improvement mindset in operational processes and innovations at all levels.

More Uses of the Manufacturing Execution System Toolkit:

  • Oversee: review and approves plans for the control of products produced, budget spending, labor efficiency, material efficiency, engineering effectiveness, customer service, safety, and quality standards.
  • Seek out, implement, and drive best practices, procedures and programs supporting safety, supply, food safety, labor management, quality, and people/coaching.
  • Evaluate: from concept to design to execution, be part of the team that gets everyday products to people.
  • Drive key initiatives in the areas of quality, safety, sustainability, cost, and service through continuous improvement management; ensure consistency and standardization throughout the facility.
  • Analyze statistical data, evaluate and implement improvements to meet contract/schedule/quality requirements.
  • Orchestrate: monitor and audit manufacturing processes to ensure product specifications and standards are achieved.
  • Write and develop rework/repair instructions and procedures with support from Design Engineering.
  • Provide the necessary leadership to transition new program products from development to production.
  • Use data driven, fact based decisions to maximize integrated profitability while participating as a key leader in budget development and capital planning.
  • Identify: interface with engineering and production departments to troubleshoot mechanical and electrical issues.
  • Be accountable for having a workplace where everyone is heard is key to good collaboration and meaningful participation.
  • Contribute to and / or present technical data in support of technical exchange meetings, design review, manufacturing readiness review, and program status review with program managers and customers.
  • Make sure equipment design is of a material suitable for food safety and designed in a way that is smooth and easily cleanable.
  • Ensure your organization assures that all equipment is safe, properly maintained, calibrated and validated prior to use.
  • Oversee activities of Supply Chain to ensure all material is ordered on time, tracked and if delayed, develop a path forward.
  • Manage work with controls engineers and software teams to integrate equipment to your customized data systems.
  • Confirm your organization ensures that product quality, service, and reliability meet or exceeds your customers expectations.
  • Oversee all hardware in Central Manufacturing and ensure hardware is prioritized accurately to support the program schedule working with the Manufacturing leadership and scheduling teams.
  • Methodize: work closely with maintenance and equipment engineering to troubleshoot equipment issues and address production issues.
  • Manage work with direct reports to identify proper structure to leverage talent and capabilities throughout the operations function while Identifying, coaching, and mentoring current and future leaders.
  • Become capable of identifying critical process parameters and applying statistics to process measurement and control.
  • Develop program operations status and metrics on a regular basis and present to management.
  • Devise: plan and provide input for facility, equipment, and capital requirements in support of assigned programs.
  • Arrange that your organization assures that all operations are performed according to SOPs and procedures and any deviations from procedure are reported immediately to Manager.

 

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