ESCO is proud to announce it isnow formally A Weir Group Division. Theresult of our combined resources is one of the mostadmired engineering businesses in our markets. With our strengthenedposition in global mining markets, we are now able to leverage our ability to servecustomers around the world more than ever. We look forward to continuingto solve our customers complex problems byengineering, manufacturing, and servicing mission-critical equipment formining, industrial, and construction industries. Our work is challengingand creative, and to keep us on the leading edge we invest in our employees for thelong term, not just with competitive pay and generous benefits, but withongoing learning and development opportunities, and now by offering an evenwider range of career opportunities across avariety of locations worldwide. ESCOs Port Hope foundry in Ontario is seeking a professional, motivated Manufacturing Manager for Core Mold with foundry or heavy manufacturing experience, to be an integral member of the leadership team. This role manages and coordinates operations within the Core Mold department with responsibility for oversight of all shifts, and accountability for safety, quality, productivity, equipment, training, production targets, cost, and morale within the department. Will also be an active and important participant in a molding capacity expansion project. Job Duties: Actively engage in safety improvements, building a culture of safety; coach and model safe behaviors, respect for environment, and 6S behaviors; perform accident and incident investigations Participate in Quality, Value, Speed (QVS) events, focusing on process management and safety Plan, organize, and direct manufacturing operations; initiate plans and processes that minimize manufacturing costs through effective utilization of manpower, equipment, facilities, materials, and capital Achieve business objectives and production schedules while insuring product standards Implement manufacturing strategies and action plans to ensure the facility supports Lean manufacturing Perform regular audits and weekly observation within the site Utilize systematic problem solving on complex problems and coach across all levels Develop, maintain, and assist with advance ESCO quality systems, procedures, and practices Maintain individual skills, keeping up to date with latest production and production management concepts Job Qualifications: Degree in Operations Management or Human Resources Management from an accredited university or college preferred; will consider 5+ years experience as a manufacturing manager in lieu of a degree Manufacturing Manager experience Five+ years experience working at a heavy industrial site (ideally in a foundry environment) Experience managing hourly employees in a union environment Strategy deployment, work planning and scheduling experience Experience with Lean manufacturing Proficiency with MS Office (Outlook, Word, Excel) required; experience with Oracle preferred Willing and able to travel up to 5% domestically and 5% international Must be permanently authorized to work in Canada Additional requirements include analytical problem-solving aptitude; appropriate interpersonal skills (including leadership level), with ability to handle difficult situations and conflicts; exceptional change management skills to positively coach and motivate the team to move beyond status quo toward the successful achievement of goals.
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