• Group Performance Leader

    The Group Performance Leader is responsible for the on-time execution of the production schedule by the shop floor, as well as reporting performance and operational issues into the daily tier meetings.


    Essential Responsibilities

    • Perform a daily review of the past 24 hours at the beginning of their day.
    • Ensure that daily performance KPI’s are updated. Production Meeting updates and performance KPI’s are critical for reporting the shift’s performance on a daily basis.
    • Lead the daily Tier 1 meeting for Safety, Quality, Engineering, and Maintenance representation.
    • Partner with the maintenance department to coordinate planned maintenance activities. The GPL will ensure the equipment is prepared prior to maintenance intervention as defined in the daily Tier 1 meeting.
    • Create the daily plan based on the output of the daily review, integration, and daily schedule meetings. This allows the GPL and Team Performance Leader (TPL) to manage the key daily activities that need to be completed.
    • Support problem solving activities related to safety, quality and performance on the shop floor.
    • When required, escalate problems to the Production Manager
    • Ensure that teams are completing routine assessments on team effectiveness. The GPL will act as a coach for the respective TPL in their area.
    • Responsible for administering disciplinary action.
    • Accountable for safety, quality, and productivity KPI’s in their area. The GPL and Maintenance leadership will partner to share joint accountability for improving and sustaining autonomous and preventative maintenance by the operators.
    • Provide support for all continuous improvement efforts which include implementation of new standards, procedures, and improvements.
    • Internally interact with Production Operators, and Support Personnel (i.e., Operations, Production Control, RD&E, Training, Human Resources, Accounting/Finance, Quality, etc.)
    • Has full managerial responsibility for the assigned shift. Assigns work to Team Lead and operators, provides coaching and training, sets goals, is accountable for performance evaluation, plans staff development, and makes and approves people management decisions either alone or in collaboration with management and HR (including recruitment, promotions, terminations, and compensation).

    Qualifications & Requirements ​​

    • Bachelor Degree
    • Minimum of 3 years of relevant manufacturing work experience
    • Minimum 3 years of leadership experience

    Desired & Preferred Qualifications

    • BS degree in engineering or business is highly preferred
    • Green Belt Certification preferred
    • Able to work both independently and within a team, generating results with general/minimal guidance from management
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills along with professional presentation skills
    • Must be flexible, innovative and comfortable in setting own priorities
    • Business acumen and facilitation skills
    • Good understanding of lean manufacturing principles
    • Experience with high volume operations
    • Strong organization and planning skills
    • Change Agent Experience