Harmon Facades, ULC
Harmon is the largest manufacturer of curtainwall in the United States. We believe our project management approach to bidding, planning and executing our work sets us apart. Our manufacturing capabilities are an essential part of delivering façade projects to our customers. The Plant Manager is a critical role to ensure a manufacturing facility has the people, processes and material to successfully deliver to the internal customer (Construction OU and Project Manager) for a building project. The Shop Managers for our manufacturing lines, Production Coordinators and Office Administrator report to this position.
Your top priority is to ensure the overall performance, safety, and quality of the manufacturing facility aligns with the company goals and objectives and delivers on commitments to our customers.
Through people leadership, you are a trusted partner to execute on projects, plan resources, and lead teams that collaborate and drive a constructive culture
Provide plant leadership for facilities and equipment
Financial responsibility for the plant P&L and delivering on commitments in a cost-effective manner
What you need to be successful
Bachelor’s degree in engineering, business, construction management, or related field; or equivalent experience
10+ years of manufacturing experience with a track record of increases leadership responsibilities
Previous manufacturing P&L responsibility
Commercial glazing construction experience is preferred
ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Each person at Harmon plays an important role in our project execution. Your contributions through the following areas help us successfully execute our projects and meet our financial goals.
Ensures diversity in hiring of knowledge, skills, experiences and backgrounds to build well rounded teams that deliver on our commitments
Builds relationships, trust, and communication through consistent collaboration with construction project management teams, visits to construction sites, and hosting onsite customer visits.
Lead through your leaders. Ensure Shop Managers provide individuals with development and growth opportunities in manufacturing positions. Provide candid and timely performance feedback, coaching and mentoring. Assess talent and provide appropriate support for individual development and progression, ensuring we have the skills for key positions. Ensure employees are performing at high standards with regards to safety, quality, delivery, productivity and training. Promote a culture of continuous improvement, learning and growth.
Deals with issues, problems, or conflict early on. Recognizes when alignment is lacking and actively engages individuals/teams to explain the why; address, discuss and bring facts to an issue to drive for root cause analysis and constructive discussions to solve issues. Helps others be part of the solution.
Plan and drive efficient resource planning for the team within your facility, working with Human Resources to review workforce and staffing plans to meet the needs of the manufacturing schedules
Acts as the face of the manufacturing business for your internal customers. Responsible for the successful execution of projects to deliver on the terms of the manufacturing agreement, utilizing various tools including the project P&L.
Ensures vendor performance meets our expectations and actively manages a collaborative partnership to mitigate risk to Harmon and achieve successful project execution.
Collaborate with Harmon national groups including Preconstruction Services, Engineering, and Operations (construction project & field teams), Safety, Continuous Improvement, Human Resources, Finance and IT to ensure manufacturing is utilizing the common policies, best practices and procedures.
Follow up with direct reports weekly to ensure safety initiatives are completed. Engage in recognition or coaching if polices and standards are not met. Demonstrate safety knowledge and drive accountability to Harmon policies and standards.
Ensure that key processes within the Manufacturing site are followed
Work with appropriate personnel to manage inventory levels and order appropriate quantities of consumable job materials. Ensure all material distributed is logged and tracked for quality purposes
Provides oversight for continuous improvement and Lean initiatives. Develops and drives the CI performance targets.
Responsible for operating unit P&L and meeting the goals of the company and operating unit on an annual basis. Analyzes operating unit, project budgets to identify areas for improvements & meet commitments.
Prepares project roll-outs and operating unit forecasts /budgets.
Ensures change orders are completed accurately and in a timely manner. Support appropriate personnel in communicating change requests to customer and can defend proposed costs.
Assists in the preparation and review of project sales estimates utilizing historical data and current capacity/efficiency metrics.
Assists with the development of capital asset requests both short-term (annual operating plan) and long term (3 year strategic planning cycle).
Provides oversight and direct management of the Office Administrator, who is responsible for providing accurate hours and costing information to payroll for weekly processing. Signs off on payroll reports as required to maintain compliance.
Other duties as assigned
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