Plant Engineering Manager

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As a major manufacturer of quality kitchen and bath cabinets for the home, our customer embodies the marriage of technology, automation and American craftsmanship. The company is headquartered in Virginia with a strategically placed network of manufacturing facilities and builder service centers across the country. If you have a passion for excellence and see work as an opportunity for inspiration, growth and achievement, there is a place for you on their team.

Plant Engineering Manager

Responsibilities:

  • Lead design, improvement and development of manufacturing processes employing six sigma and lean methodologies. Define, develop and implement manufacturing process best practices and standard operating procedures.
  • Overall coordination of plant property and equipment maintenance.
  • Drive improvements in efficiency, first pass yield and quality through OEE, TPM, and PM processes implementing autonomous maintenance throughout the manufacturing process.
  • Build the plant maintenance and engineering organization through training and development of staff and team members, creating opportunity for growth within the organization.
  • Provide communication on departmental expectations, motivate team members and act as a leader and teacher of CUSTOMER cultural imperatives and vision.
  • Lead kaizen events and six sigma projects as appropriate.
  • Establish goals for team members in alignment with overall organizational goals and perform reviews to determine progress.
  • Provide a safe and productive work environment, including housekeeping.
  • Provide project management leadership and strategic planning which supports flawless execution.
  • Specify, develop, validate and install new equipment and tooling as necessary to support plant vision and initiatives in lean and quality.
  • Manage budget for R&M, T&SS, capital projects, and write and manage AFE process for plant.
  • Overall responsibility for compliance with all State and Federal environmental regulations.
  • Plan and coordinate department's activities to support SQDC targets and meet or exceed client and or customer demands.
  • Participate in identifying hiring needs, employee selection and training process.
  • Perform other tasks as directed by supervisor. 

Qualifications:

  • Undergraduate Degree in Industrial, Electrical or Mechanical engineering discipline - Graduate degree in engineering or MBA preferred.
  • Minimum of eight years of manufacturing engineering experience: wood related preferred
  • Lean certification and experience required
  • Six sigma experience and BB certification preferred
  • Excellent personal computer skills in a network environment
  • Outlook-Word-Excel-Project
  • Auto-Cad light proficient
  • Track record of successful project management
  • Experience in working in a team environment
  • Management style must be consistent with CITE Principles
  • Strong planning/Organization & Time Management skills
  • Demonstrated problem solving skills

Contact:
Please, contact via email: info(at)lignum-consulting.com