Konik PrimeStaff has partnered with a high-tech company that specializes in complete, custom product engineering solutions for a variety of industries and clients around the world.
The organization works hard in their relentless pursuit of perfection but celebrate their successes along the way. They offer a casual work environment with a great deal of flexibility. No two days at are the same as talented employees continue to find new and better ways of doing their jobs and our business evolves.
If you are looking for a rewarding challenge, and a high-impact role don't miss the opportunity to be part of this great success story.
The Machining Manager position pays a competitive salary plus an annual bonuses, medical insurance with a company HSA contribution, paid short-term and long-term disability, a 401(k) plan with company contribution, paid holidays, paid time off (PTO), paid term life insurance, life insurance for family members, and ongoing tuition reimbursement.
The company offers special events and perks including sporting event tickets to enjoy with the family, fun team events during work hours, family events and parties, and opportunities to give back. Penny the Australian Shepherd, the canine chief morale officer, works on Fridays to ensure that all is well!
A Day in the Life of a Machining Manager:
As the Machining Manager, you develop and manage methods for monitoring safety, quality, productivity and delivery. You effectively balance your time between office work and being physically present to assist with Machining challenges on the shop floor. You routinely communicate with other members of the Operations Leadership Team to ensure priorities and expectations are aligned.
Your day may start out with review of Epicor ERP reports followed by a quick check-in with your team. You monitor load versus capacity by function and develop both short and long term plans to meet demands. You actively participate in Tier 2 meetings with other production departments to ensure priorities, labor plans and quality issues are understood. From there, you head out to the shop floor to gather more information and take necessary actions to share information, address inefficiencies, and clear barriers for your team. You are responsible for performance of the machining team and routinely manage this through daily huddles, one on one meetings, performance evaluations, positive recognition and following up on issues that arise.
Meanwhile, you support and advance our culture of continuous improvement and help move suggestions from ideas to implementation. You effectively use technology tools to measure results of these actions and make adjustments based on data. You align improvements with a documented process and drive standardization of best practices. You collaborate with other Operational Leaders to identify meaningful Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and promote understanding within your team. It is critical to ensure transparency in expectations and that the team is driving toward continuous improvement.
You effectively balance the day to day responsibilities of your position with expectations of all managers including review of safety incidents, demonstrating ROI for capital expenditures, developing training tools and partnering with HR in the staffing process.