Auto req ID: 212175BR
The Supply Chain South Division Engineering Manager plays a key role by developing and providing readiness and training for major business integrations, systems implementation and productivity initiatives across the Supply Chain teams. You will develop and lead training and capability programs that ensure sustainable work processes in the field as well as headquarters support functions, with an emphasis on Supply Chain systems/applications.
The individual will actively engage with field operations teams to identify and address pain points and deliver training to address capability gaps. In addition, the individual will participate in project development to address identified pain points.
The Manager will support the Supply Chain teams in project execution by providing change management and training expertise as opportunities arise.
The individual will assist in optimizing/streamlining business processes to improve efficiency across the network.
This role will also support the developing of maintenance training programs for PBNA that leverage the concepts and practices being utilized in Global Operations.
Support the development and execution of Performance Based Training initiatives for PBA Production Plants
Support the improvement in TE and RE across all sites
Interact with plant Operations, TPM, Maintenance, OEM and Engineering Resources to develop sustainability training and certification programs
Support the productivity improvement strategy, including project development, for all Plant Operations/Maintenance/Engineering resources
Support the SC teams using Early Management TPM principles to develop the success criteria, scope and costs for projects along with supporting the capital project submittals, and financial accounting for projects
Work with Global teams to leverage training initiatives
This role will require about 50% travel on average due to the need to work on site with Field Operations, which is the primary customer of the Specialist deliverables.
OEM Service Providers (To support Training initiatives, project development)
System Integrators (To support necessary capital investments needed to drive improvements and infrastructure needs at the field sites)
Plant Line Operators
Region and Plant Engineers
M&W Capabilities Team
Sector Engineering Support Teams
5 - 7+ years experience in Supply Chain
Experience in two or more functions within Supply Chain (e.g. Manufacturing, Warehousing, Engineering, Training, etc.)
Experience with the development, submittal, and approval process for capital projects
Financial accounting during and after project execution
Execution of capital projects as needed to support field sites
Training site resources who develop and execute projects
Understanding of TPM pillar processes needed to support field site teams aimed at improving efficiency, and reducing operating costs
Understanding of the EM pillar as it relates to capital project development and execution
Strong change management skills, experience with supporting change readiness initiatives
Experience in training supply chain business processes or systems capabilities via class room or webinars
Team leadership and team development experience
Executive presence and influencing skills
Experience in training systems and methodology
Strong communications skills
Understanding of plant manufacturing and support systems
Relocation Eligible: Not Eligible for Relocation
Job Type: Regular
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status.
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