Group Leader - Trim (GTR094)
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Work type: Full Time - Permanent, Shift Work - Permanent
Location: Gaydon, Warwickshire
Responsible for coaching and mentoring a team of Production Technicians, assisted by Lead Technicians, in order to achieve ‘World Class’ standards.
Average team size = 20 to 30 Production Technicians
Responsible for achieving volume, quality and cost targets through the combined team effort of direct and indirect departments.
Key Responsibilities and Tasks:
Plan and co-ordinate manufacturing operations within areas of responsibility.
Monitor, control and maintain the quality level within the areas of responsibility to the Company quality standards ensuring that the customer (internal and external) is protected.
Ensure that the department can function at all times in terms of labour, consumable materials and maintained equipment.
Motivate, support and lead the team through coaching and mentoring.
Control all waste in order to meet departmental budgets
Enable the team to set work standards / processes, implement assignments / labour loading and achieve production targets.
Facilitate the removal of non-value added work within the manufacturing team in line with company improvement processes
Facilitate team measurement of performance in line with departmental measurables, enabling the team to work on problem resolution and customer protection
Plan labour requirements and where necessary ensure procedures are followed to recruit labour.
Facilitate training to develop team members and minimise impact of labour shortages.
Audit all visual management in area of responsibility ensuring any corrective action plans are put in place
Develop and implement robust problem containment and resolution
Manage and resolve employee relations issues at a local level.
Monitor team local budgetary spend on overtime, tooling and other consumable type items.
Qualifications and Experience:
Sound knowledge of a plant operating procedures to ISO9001, (or equivalent recognition).
Proven ability of team development and team motivation. Able to work as an effective team member.
Experience of ‘lean Manufacturing’ tools and techniques
Good general PC applications knowledge – Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access.
Excellent interpersonal skills with ability to influence others.
Enthusiastic and determined, highly self-motivated.
A career at Aston Martin means joining one of the world's most respected luxury automotive brands. You have the chance to join us in a truly special working environment - fast-paced, rewarding and dynamic
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We reserve the right to close the vacancy to applications earlier should we receive sufficient applications.
Advertised: GMT Daylight Time 11 Apr 2018
Applications close: GMT Daylight Time
24 Apr 2018
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