Org Marketing StatementWith annual sales of $14.3 billion in fiscal year 2018, Parker Hannifin is the world's leading diversified manufacturer of motion and control technologies and systems, providing precision-engineered solutions for a wide variety of mobile, industrial and aerospace markets. The company has operations in 50 countries around the world. Parker has increased its annual dividends paid to shareholders for 62 consecutive fiscal years, among the top five longest-running dividend-increase records in the S&P 500 index.
Essential FunctionsThe Value Streams of this Parker Hannifin facility in Oshkosh WI consist of hose assembly mfg, warehouse/distribution, kitting/assembly, and delivery services to our OEM customers. *The ideal candidate is skilled and driven to lead continuous improvement in 3 primary areas of focus: 1) Quality processes including ISO standards, PPAPs, Formal Problem-Solving tools/methods/documentation 2) Lean structure & methodologies implemented through High Performance Team collaboration & problem solving 3) Behavior based safety culture implemented through assessments including ergonomics, corrective actions to issues, incentive programs, and tracking performance vs goals. *The 2-person Quality team reports to this position. Position Summary: Responsible for leading the operation of one or more plant value streams. Implements plans under the direction of the Value Stream Manager, the Parker Lean system and Win Strategy to ensure a safe work environment, drive quality improvements, provide premier customer service, develop a qualified work force and reduce operating costs, inventories and lead times through continuous improvements. Oversees day-to-day activities to meet daily, monthly, quarterly and annual expectations. Scope/Supervision and Interaction: _X_ Has Direct Reports ____ Does Not Have Direct Reports Responsible for developing and leading associates, making employment decisions and performance assessments of an assigned plant value stream(s). Responsible for leading all aspects of the plant value stream(s) under the direction of the Value Stream Manager to include: associate development, utilization of team consensus to evaluate decisions, ensure rapid implementation of decisions, budget development and adherence, employment decisions related to associates and performance assessment of Group Leaders and associates. Essential Functions: The Value Stream Team Leader will meet with the Value Stream associates regularly. The Team will reflect on problems, solutions and challenges thereby creating a culture of continuous improvement. Leads the plant value stream(s) in daily operations and continuous improvements, which include but are not limited to: supply chain, production control, manufacturing priorities and coordination between all shifts in the value stream. The Value Stream Team Leader will assist the Value Stream Manager to create continuous product flow, utilize pull systems and to level the workload. Create the basis for continuous improvement and employee empowerment by ensuring that standardized work and processes are followed, needed adjustments are implemented and the area is compliant with safety and 5S requirements. Instill and maintain a positive team atmosphere in the Value Stream(s); hold regular team meetings and assign team member tasks and coordinate support activities form departments outside of the team. Utilize PDCA in conjunction with Tracking Centers and Team Improvement Boards to ensure results. Provide effective cross-training for Value Stream associates and backups from other value streams to assure the continuous smooth running of the value stream. Encourage team to stop and fix problems in order to get quality right the first time. Work with the Value Stream Manager to develop the future state value stream map and manage the plans to achieve it as documented in the Value Steam Tracking Center. In addition, the Team Leader works with the Group Leader and the Value Stream Team to maintain Team Improvement Boards. A visually controlled environment must be developed to assure no problems are hidden.
QualificationsBachelor’s degree or equivalent experience. 3 to 5 years of management or supervisory experience. Sufficient background in accounting, PC skills, manufacturing, human resource management and inventory control. Demonstrated teamwork and team-building skills. Ability to assess and develop individual and team skills and capabilities. Able to create and maintain enthusiasm for challenges. Serve as model by promoting safety, new ideas and positive change. Good written and verbal communication skills. Experience with LEAN teams or leading LEAN teams is preferred.
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