Production Operations Manager

  • Category
    Office, clerical & administrative - Operations
  • Job type
    Direct Hire
  • Location
    Oakville, Ontario

Our growing Burlington client who is a leader in the Automotive Industry is looking for a Production Operations Manager to join their team. The ideal candidate will have a minim of 3-5 years proven experience within the Automotive sector and will be responsible for the following:

The Production Manager is responsible for ensuring that machine set-ups and production is achieved efficiently, on time while meeting quality requirements and ensuring complete compliance prescribed policies and procedures. The production manager is involved in production control and supervision, and plans strategies to increase the productivity of the stamping and welding production departments.
2.0 SPECIFIC DUTIES
2.1 Advise Plant Manager of any hot issues and keep him/her informed-on status.
2.2 Lead daily production meetings and follow-through on production issues to meet targets.
2.3 Attend weekly Management Meeting and report concerns, issues and requirements needed to meet current production requirements.
2.4 Monitor daily performance of team members to ensure that the target of production and quality is achieved.
2.5 Implementing timescales for job set-ups and making improvements to ensure that manpower, tasks are implemented in most effective manner.
2.6 Working with supervisors to implement the company's policies and procedures (Health & Safety, IATF 16949, ISO 140001 5S).
2.7 Monthly reporting on IATF 16949 KPI’s. Identify and implement action plans to ensure established targets are met.
2.8 Weekly production reporting of efficiencies and downtimes.
2.9 Monitor safety/environmental, quality, cost, and productivity objectives for department.
2.10 Implement and drive continuous improvement activities by continuously monitoring established work tasks.
2.11 Ensure that materials, labor and equipment are used efficiently to meet production targets.
2.12 Organize a team of individuals to sort suspect product, made by production team members. Ensure it is sorted per the instructions established by the Quality department.
2.13 Manage overtime postings to ensure adequate manpower is in place to meet the schedule established by production requirements.
2.14 Review staffing requirements, and participate in the interview process for general labor recruitment.
2.15 Work with Supervisors to ensure that training plans are being completed per established timelines.
2.16 Review the performance of subordinates and identify development/training needs.
2.17 Ensure that all direct reports receive the necessary training including safety requirements to perform their job tasks.
2.18 Develop department succession plan, identify organization opportunities for personnel development.
2.19 Recommend and/or implement measures to improve production methods, equipment performance, product quality, or efficiencies, and motive employees.
2.20 Supervisors/Managers are accountable for ensuring that healthy and safe work conditions are maintained at all times in the area of their control.
2.21 Correct unsafe acts or conditions and health and safety performance.
2.22 Act as a member of the Joint Health & Safety Committee (JHSC).
2.23 Participate in at least one (1) Management Inspection per year.
2.24 Occupational Health and Safety Act (OH&SA)
Supervisors/Managers Responsibilities

To ensure that Health & Safety Standards, Policies & Procedures are enforced.
To ensure that a worker complies with the Occupational health & Safety Act and Regulations as they apply to the workplace are enforced.
To ensure that employees use and wear the personal protective clothing and equipment as required by legislation and Company health & Safety Policies.
To provide orientation and training to new employees.
To advise workers of the existence of any potential or actual danger to the health or safety of the worker of which the Supervisor/Manager is aware.
To provide a worker with written instructions as to the measures and procedures to be taken for the protection of the worker as prescribed.
To correct any unsafe/hazardous condition that is reported to him by a worker.
Actively participate in investigations related to accidents, incidents, near misses and take the appropriate action to ensure identified corrective measures are implemented.
To take every precaution reasonable in the circumstances for the protection of the worker.
To meet legislation required in Bill C-45.


Worker Responsibility

To work in Compliance with Company Health & Safety Standards, Polices & procedures.
To comply with the Occupational Health & Safety Act & Regulations.
To use or wear Personal Protective Equipment or clothing as required by the Employer and or the Occupational health & Safety Act.
A worker must report, to a Supervisor/Manager, any violations of the Act, defective equipment or workplace hazard which may endanger himself, herself or another worker that he/she is aware of.
To report to his or her employer or Supervisor/Manager any contravention of this Act or the Regulations or the existence of any hazard of which he or she knows.
To maintain work area in a clean orderly manner.
Never use or operate any equipment, machine, device or work in a manner that will endanger himself or another worker.
Never remove, or make ineffective, any protective device required by the Regulations or by his or her employer, without providing an adequate temporary protective device. The protective device shall be replaced immediately when the need for removing or making ineffective the protective device has ceased.
A worker must not engage in any prank, contest, feat of strength, unnecessary running or rough and boisterous conduct.
A worker is not required to participate in a prescribed medical surveillance unless the worker consents to do so.
Under Bill 99, when a WSIB claim is in effect, a worker must:

a) co-operate in the Return to Work process;
b) contact the employer as soon as possible after the injury and maintain communication;
c) assist the employer in identifying suitable employment;
d) provide WSIB information as requested.

2.17 Any other task set by the Plant Manager.

3.0 REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE
3.1 Company Policies/Procedures (quality management, health & safety, environmental policies and company rules)
3.2 Operating Work Instructions
3.3 WHMIS Knowledge
3.4 Must understand basic written and verbal instructions to complete his/her assigned tasks.
3.5 Computer Skills (Word, Excel, CMS)
3.5 Fully Experienced in IATF 16949
Demonstrated ability to direct, motivate, and lead-by-example through open communication. Demonstrated ability to organize and prioritize departmental workloads through effective delegation

Salary 80K-90K

Please note that this is a straight days position.

If you are interested in this fantastic opportunity then please email your resume directly to charla.sevitti@adecco.ca asap.

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