Business Unit Manager - machining, assembly
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Contact: Tom Medvec
Company: Medvec Resources Group
State: MI Michigan
Contact: Tom Medvec
Country: United States
Business Unit Manager machining, assembly, operations,
P&L, leadership

A global industry leader is expanding and building new
plants. They have many long term associates who have
advanced in their careers as the corporation has grown.
This corporation prides themselves for being a process
innovator providing machining solutions to produce
complex, low cost quality components. This Michigan based
corporation employs thousands of highly skilled
associates world wide. They consistently invest in new
capital equipment having state of the art machine tools
and automation. They produce high mix, high volume
complex components for a variety of markets. Their
success comes from their ability to execute detailed
strategic business plans. They offer a great benefit
package, vacation time, incentives and retirement. Their
salaries are above the industry average. They also
provide relocation to new employees transiting in their

Due to growth we are searching for a Business Unit
Manager to lead, guide, plan and direct a manufacturing
product group. This position requires product launch,
continuous improvement, leadership, project management,
customer contact and experience in a high volume
machining or assembly environment. Candidates with a
basic understanding of production metal turning, dial /
rotary transfer machining, swiss CNC turning, milling,
grinding, broaching and/or automated assembly of machine
components is needed. The Business Unit Manager will have
direct customer contact, kick off product launches,
oversee APQP requirements, coordinate departments, plan
and interact with production scheduling. This position
requires budget development, P&L, cost improvements and
capital approval experience. Past experience implementing
Lean, Six Sigma, 5-S and continuous improvement
activities. The Business Unit Manager will manage
production machining, assembly, manufacturing
engineering, quality, maintenance associates. Knowledge
of TS-16949 systems and automotive requirements is a
must. Strong follow up, communication and interaction
with sales, business development, strategic planning and
executive management is needed.

MUST HAVE: a Bachelors degree, 5 plus years of operations
management, basic knowledge of machining or assembly,
APQP, financials, planning and continuous improvement
implantation. Experience in a high volume manufacturing
environment is a must.