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Value Stream Manager

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Titan Human Resources & Strategic Solutions, LLC is partnering with the Client Company to identify top talent for this position. As an independent recruiter, the ability to get candidates in front of the client can increase the likelihood of securing an interview for the direct hire opportunity. Titan HRSS, LLC focuses on applying our distinguishing characteristic of a culture which is to lead with transparency, proactive approach, and integrity. We will align employers with the right people that will propel their business to the next level. We align career seekers with business leaders that will utilize acquired skill sets and hone in on developing potential. Beyond the placement and staffing arena, Titan HRSS, LLC is the premier global professional services company in delivering a comprehensive range of operations, strategy, and consulting solutions and services. Our client is our top priority, and thus drives our focus on delivering quality customer service experience, quality applicants and staffing solutions, a focus on our client’s bottom line, and timeliness in delivery of satisfaction.  

We are seeking a Value Stream Manager to become an integral part of our team! You will design and conduct training programs to improve individual and organizational performance. 

Responsibilities:

  • Implement in-person and electronic training programs focused on individual performance
  • Develop training initiatives and strategies to improve organizational performance
  • Ensure that equipment cleaning and sanitation processes are followed and documented.
  • Ensure a clean and organized work environment that adheres to the department's housekeeping schedule.
  • Ensure OSHA safety requirements are being met and that company safety processes are followed.
  • Ensure a SAFE work environment is maintained in all aspects.
  • Ensure a continual state of "audit readiness" and requires supervisors and leads to expect the same.
  • Ensure that daily production goals/objectives are met and takes action when they are not met.
  • Ensure that all batches are weighed and compounded as prioritized and in a manner to contribute to the success of the customers.
  • Selection- find and retain the right people in each position and select the right candidate.
  • Training- Provide employees the skill and information they need to perform their jobs successfully and follow through to ensure learning.
  • Management/Leadership- Coach employees to succeed and develop them for the future.
  • Correction/Redirection- Address chronic, unacceptable performance in a way that causes improvement.
  • Performance evaluation- Objectively value and define performance against outcomes and standards and ensure evaluations are completed on time.
  • Employee Development- Follow a plan to develop performance and prepare people in their career development.
  • Termination- Know how to document employee performance and construct a case leading to correct termination decision.
  • Ensure that changeovers and maintenance occur in a manner to maximize uptime.
  • Ensure productivity objectives are met by balancing output with direct labor costs and eliminating waste.
  • Ensure that batches are kitted, released, and posted in a timely manner to meet customers due dates.
  • Maintain an active presence on the floor to monitor, motivate, and ensure success.
  • Ensure accuracy in all processes to achieve inventory and quality control goals.
  • Maintain training checklists and records
  • Institutionalize 5S in all aspects of the department.
  • Use metrics and MDI to identify gaps and build A4 improvement plans, driving process improvement.
  • Ensure department SOPs and work instructions are developed, maintained, trained to, and followed by employees to drive a culture of discipline throughout the shift.
  • Utilize daily standard work for self and direct reports to reinforce a culture of discipline and consistent practices.
  • Conduct new hire orientation sessions
  • Survey employees and managers to determine training needs and desired results

Qualifications:

  • Previous experience in training, human resources, or other related fields
  • Bachelor's Degree
  • 5 years - 10 years of experience in a manufacturing environment within a regulated industry required
  • Minimum of 5 years of production supervisory/management experience
  • Lean 6 Sigma Black Belt Certification preferred
  • Ability to build rapport with trainees
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong presentation skills
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