Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.
Allentown, PA, United States
Manager, Manufacturing, Operations
WHY WORK FOR STANLEY BLACK & DECKER? Since 1843, we ve set the standard for excellence in everything we do. No company on earth has a stronger or more compelling history of delivering the hardworking, innovative, powerful tools that help professionals around the world build, repair, and protect the world s most valuable things. As a Fortune 500 Company that was recently named one of the Top 100 Companies for Millennial Women and one of Fortune s Most Admired Companies, Stanley Black and Decker always strives for excellence when it comes to our employees. We are a stable yet always advancing company with a proven track record for longevity and quality. Our Company also offers employees a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits plan. About the Job Stanley Black & Decker Allentown is currently looking for a Manufacturing Supervisor for its 2nd shift operations. The focus of the position is to develop and maintain successful team operations for the manufacture of storage solutions in a non-union facility. Major Responsibilities: * Provide resources and expertise in the manufacturing processes, systems, training, and employee relations. * Manage the work team, integrate new hires, coordinate production staff, employee rotation and employee movement; evaluate employee s performance; review and approve time cards, PTO, and any progressive discipline. * Maintain good employee relations by providing teams with direction, priorities, focus and boundaries. Works closely with Manager and HR to maintain consistency and fairness in administration of company policy and code of conduct. * Promote safe work habits of subordinates and compliance with safety rules in work areas. Responsible for all near miss, incident, quality, safety, and property damage investigations and corrective action. * Develop and implement (or assist with) all phases of team or individualized training. Evaluate skills gaps and implement cross training to meet business needs. * Provide employees with required resources to perform their job safely and effectively (personal protective equipment, training, tools) * Drive, produce and communicate results of department safety, quality, customer service and cost KPI s for assigned shift. Maintain and encourage consistent communications to operations team and direct reports. * Assist in maintaining effective operating departments by controlling activity within prescribed quality standards, production levels, and cost levels, while keeping a focus on safety and manufacturing objectives. Maintain a clean and orderly work environment. * Management of inventory accuracy through cycle counts, scrap transactions, production transactions, and BOM yield reviews. * Perform audits, quantify, develop and implement Year on Year improvements in safety metrics, scrap, efficiency, 5S, and delivery performance. Recommend process improvements, changes in equipment, tooling or manufacturing processes; submit ideas for cost savings. * Assists in the preparation of departmental budgets when required. Help control costs throughout the year. * Actively promotes the principles of lean manufacturing; participates in Kaizen activities as required. Skills Required: * Minimum of 2 years supervisory experience in a manufacturing environment * Proficient in use of email, internet, Word, Excel, and Powerpoint. Familiar with use of employee time-keeping, production planning, and inventory systems. SAP knowledge desired, but not required. * Mechanical background beneficial * Detail oriented, self-assured, tactful, supportive
Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.
Website : http://www.stanleyblackanddecker.com/
When you trace it all the way back, it comes down to three individuals: Frederick Stanley, Duncan Black, and Alonzo Decker. Three passionate individuals who built powerful companies that they were so proud of they put their names on them. Hundreds of years later, we’re proud to continue their legacies and we’re proud to carry their names forward. In 1843, Frederick Stanley started a small shop in New Britain, Connecticut, to manufacture bolts, hinges, and other hardware from wrought iron. With superior quality, consistent innovation, and rigorous operational improvement, Stanley’s company defined excellence, and so did his products. In 1910, S. Duncan Black and Alonzo G. Decker started their shop, similar in size at first, in Baltimore, Maryland. Six years later they changed the world by obtaining the world’s first patent for a portable power tool, and the company they built has been changing the world ever since. Both companies grew in parallel over the ensuing decades, amassing an unparalleled family of brands and products and an even more impressive wealth of industry expertise. In 2010, the two companies combined to form Stanley Black & Decker, to deliver the tools and solutions that industrial companies, professionals, and consumers count on to be successful when it really matters. Just as it was in 1843, our passion for excellence is seen around the world in our disciplined operations, purposeful business growth, and loyal customer relationships.