Avery Dennison is seeking a Team Manager (Production Supervisor) to join the Painesville Films Facility in support of our night shift Finishing Operations in Painesville, Ohio. The successful candidate will be an energetic leader with a proven track record of continuously training, developing, motivating, and coaching team members. The Team Manager will provide front-line leadership and direction for all Safety, Quality, Service, Productivity, Cost Reduction, and People objectives and goals within an assigned area of the facility while meeting internal and external customer needs. As part of our team, this individual will report to the Finishing Department manager and operate under general guidance from Plant Leadership to ensure execution of daily operational efficiencies, implementation of key business objectives, and leadership of key people initiatives.
In your role as Night Shift Finishing Team Manager, delivering on these responsibilities is critical to success:
Perform general management duties, exercising usual authority concerning staff, performance appraisals, promotions and terminations. Responsible for training and development staff, estimating resource/labor needs, assigning work, meeting completion dates, interpreting and ensuring consistent application of organizational policies. Maintain all timekeeping, overtime and vacation records and schedules.
Act as a team role model and change-agent. Positively lead and influence team members to partner together to achieve individual and business goals. Model and promote the Corporation’s Code of Business Ethics and Values
Regard safety as a core value: Lead the efforts to create a safety conscious environment; be actively involved in safety initiatives. Lead monthly safety meetings and daily safety huddles. Lead 5S activities, housekeeping, and recycling programs.
Responsible for key operational measures within business unit (service, quality, productivity, cost, safety); able to measure performance of team against performance targets and provide feedback for continuous improvement.
Maintain quality control processes to ensure products/services meet quality standards; lead implementation of process improvements. Drive improvement strategies in all key metric areas; manage production flow, staffing schedule and resources to budget and plan.
Collaborate with other functional areas to resolve problems and develop improved manufacturing processes. Make efforts to reduce manufacturing waste and process complexity.
Avery Dennison has a long history of being a market leader. Your history is important to us. It should include the following:
Bachelors degree in Mechanical, Chemical, or Industrial engineering preferred. Commensurate experience in technical/mechanical setting in conjunction with a demonstrated commitment to continuing education and development will be considered.
4-6 years demonstrated leadership experience in a manufacturing setting or similar complex organization
Demonstrated ability to lead, coach and develop a diverse team of individuals performing a variety of tasks required.
Must have strong floor presence, ability to work afternoon shift, 11:30 pm - 7:30 am. Must but be able flex work schedule periodically for training, development and operational / business purposes.
Strong customer focus, communication, planning and coordination skills. Ability to think ahead, anticipate problems, make decisions and take appropriate action.
Skilled in designing and implementing operational improvement strategies for safety, cost, quality, training, inventory and services.
Skilled in analyzing and drawing information for daily operational needs and improvement for the team. Familiarity with Enterprise Lean Sigma (ELS) Operating Principles strongly preferred.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, protected veteran status or other protected status. EEOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled. All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.