What's the Opportunity?
Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) Implementation Manager
The Implementation Manager is responsible for the design and roll-out of Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) transformation across manufacturing sites. They serve as a change agent and coach to train site leadership teams on the effective deployment of key TPM strategies and processes. Drive a learning culture that embraces standardized work, information flow, problem solving, strategy deployment and continuous improvement. Develop and coach leaders to lead the site under the Lean Operating System using defined tools and methods driving continuous improvement activities and results.
What will you be doing?
- Lead, teach and coach others while implementing key activities across manufacturing achieving YOY financial and KPI targets and TPM transformation.
- Work closely with Site Leadership teams to deploy TPM.
- Lead the continued development and implementation of the Lean Operating System (standardized work, information flow, problem solving, strategy deployment and continuous improvement).
- Lead, teach and coach associates at all levels lean thinking/principles, tools, systems and metrics.
- Partner with the Reliability Systems Managers to ensure the ongoing seamless integration of AM/PM into the Lean Operating System.
- Partner with the Supply Competency Manager to ensure the ongoing execution of standard work.
- Drive Lean training and implementation of a Lean toolkit: value stream mapping, pull systems, Kanban, SMED, problem solving, Kaizen, Heijunka, etc.
Mission Critical Competencies:
- Customer Focus
- Business Acumen
- Innovation Management
- Managing Vision and Purpose
- Drive for Results
- Managerial Courage
- Required Skills/Knowledge:
- TPM processes
- Lean toolkit application skills (value stream mapping, 5S, Kaizen, Kanban, Error proofing, SMED, team problem solving, etc.)
- Project management
- Supply chain management processes
- Relationship management
- Change management
- Bachelor's degree in Engineering or technical degree
- 4 years of experience in a manufacturing, supply chain environment
- 2 years of experience working with and understanding TPM principals and methods (specifically, Progressive Quality, Training and Education Pillars)
- Ability to travel up 60%-80% nationwide
- Successful Completion of a drug and background screen
- Position location is negotiable
- Advanced degree in Engineering or technical degree
- 5+ years of experience in a manufacturing, supply chain environment
- 3+ years of experience working with and understanding TPM principals and methods (specifically, Progressive Quality, Training and Education Pillars)