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Regional Components Manager - Truss Manufacturing
We are in need of a Regional Components Manager that will cover two locations, one in Lansing, MI and the other in Millbury, OH. You must have at least 10 years of experience as a truss plant general manager to be considered.
A Carter Components Manager is responsible for the vision, strategy and leadership which drives the component plants in order to achieve and maintain high standards of quality, customer satisfaction, delivery and manufacturing capabilities. Ensures performance and quality objectives are met while minimizing expenses. A strong belief in the mission and goals of the company are necessary to this position.
Requirements to be considered for this position:
10+ years previous management experience in a truss manufacturing/construction environment
Strong understanding of the production of trusses and wall panels
Strong knowledge of manufacturing methods and process improvements
Possess knowledge in scheduling and shipping methods
Ability to use strong judgment in analyzing, troubleshooting and evaluating problems
Exceptional written and oral communication skills
Proficient knowledge in Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel and Outlook
Responsibilities of the Position:
Oversees all areas of the plant to ensure and maintain high standards of quality, safety and service.
Develops budget for plant and carries out the plan to meet that budget.
Sets the overall direction for the plant through long and short term goal planning.
2. Staff Development
Identifies and implements training and development programs for all employees.
Monitors employee performance and counsels employees on improvement opportunities to ensure standards are met.
3. Production & Scheduling
Ensures that production and delivery schedules are met and are optimizing lead times.
Partners with Plant Supervisors, Office Coordinators, Customer Service Representatives, Designers and Dispatchers to identify areas of improvement.
Monitors cost of production and ensures that those costs are maintained.
4. Inventory Control
Ensures inventory is properly accounted for and accurate.
Responsible for properly delegating and overseeing all aspects of inventory according to policies and procedures.
Directs and facilitates best practices to ensure safety standards are met during production.
Ensures that all machines and equipment is being properly used and maintained.