Plant Manager

16 October 20

General Description:

Will work directly with all shop floor staff to ensure best possible productivity, without sacrificing quality and safety, are achieved within the operation. This individual must act as a leader/coach, who can optimize day-to-day operations while maintaining a strategic and talent mindset. This individual will drive teams to perform continuous improvement projects using World Class Manufacturing tools to reduce waste within the shop and improve costs. 

Reports To: 

Vice President and General Manager


  • Drives safety culture improvement in the production teams.
  • Builds accountability to leaders of the production teams through audits and periodic KPI and KAI reviews presented to VP/GM and President.
  • Continuous interaction with production teams to identify barriers to productivity.
  • Drive MRP through systematic review of work order accuracy, QAD transactions and communicate needed improvements to ensure we are getting best possible accuracy in our ERP system.
  • Participate in daily machinery audits to ensure all equipment is running as specified.
  • Lead problem solving events to eliminate downtime issues and quality problems.
  • Work with VP/GM to expedite CAPEX approvals.
  • Facilitate the shop floor management walk process and follow up on all action items.
  • Be actively involved in the TPM process for the maintenance and tooling management of the operation.


  • 10+ years experience within a metal stamping environment with strong skills in the various tooling and processes within this industry, coupled with engineering degree.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Word, Excel and AutoCad.
  • Ability to technically communicate both verbally and written in the English and Spanish languages, a plus.
  • Organizational skills, priority setting and the management of multiple priorities, goal planning and follow-through required.
  • Current and valid passport is required.

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This position will work in our Operations Facility in Reynosa, Mexico.

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