Manufacturing Manager

Company: Medvec Resources Group ( Learn More )

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$0.00 - $85,000.00 /Year
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Job Description

Manufacturing Manager

SALARY:  up to $85K year


Reporting to the general manager the Manufacturing Manager will play a role in leading continuous improvement and implementing new equipment.


  • Work as a member of the core management team to strategize and execute company goals.
  • Interact with scheduling to optimize material flow and determine the most efficient plan to achieve on-time delivery.
  • Interact with maintenance and engineering to implement new automation, machine tools and manufacturing cells.
  • Lead cross functional continuous improvement teams to lower cost and motion while improving set up times and product flow.
  • Allocate resources removing obstacles and creating action plans to ensure quality and productivity.
  • Assist the team to investigate, justify and implement new technology.
  • Monitor cost, efficiency, quality and productivity metrics.
  • Manage, coach, guide and motivate managers, supervisors and team members.


    Founded over 60 years ago, this division has been an industry leader producing close tolerance small engine components for a wide range of industries.  Their success is due to the dedication and longevity of technical workforce.  The continued investment in automation and equipment will allow the company to remain profitable and competitive.


    Longevity of their workforce.

    Good benefits, incentives and bonuses.

    Upward promotional opportunities as executives retire.

    Continuous capital investments.

    Job Requirements


    • Bachelor’s degree and 5 years of management or equivalent experience.
    • Experience leading production, maintenance, scheduling and engineering.
    • Experience managing, motivating, coaching and team building.
    • Strong planning, scheduling and project management skills
    • Previous experience leading teams and implementing lean manufacturing, Kaizen events and 5-S activities.
    • Basic understanding of machining, assembly and automation processes is preferred but not required.