Looking for upper level CNC (need lathe experience). As a CNC Business Unit Manager you are responsible for the performance of Imperial’s CNC Business Unit. You make informed decisions to maximize the profit of the CNC department in conjunction with front office support (Engineering, Quality, Accounting, Sales, Scheduling, etc.). In a position with many varied responsibilities, you are required to supervise, manage personnel as well as program and ensure the efficient operation of CNC equipment. Additionally, you will have a direct voice in the long-term strategic planning of the department including, facilities, machines, and personnel. Hours: 6:00am-4:00pm Monday-Friday *hours may vary*.
*Business Unit Manager responsible for all aspects of a ~10 person CNC Precision Machining division.
*Lead all activities related to CNC
*Personnel: scheduling, efficiencies, training, etc.
*Scheduling: work with scheduling to schedule jobs on machines.
*Efficiency: Direct time, output by machine.
*Operations: programming, setups, run, tooling, etc.
*Estimating: New jobs accurately utilizing both existing and new equipment.
*Profitability: Review profitability of jobs related to the department.
*Directly responsible for quality, productivity, safety, morale, and continuous improvement of this portion of our business.
*Responsible for machine maintenance and upkeep.
*Responsible for 5S and setup of the machining area.
*Work in conjunction with front office support (Engineering, Accounting, Sales, etc.)
*Review production orders or schedules to meet scheduled delivery dates and communicates issues immediately to your supervisor / scheduling.
*Develops or revises standard operational and working practices and observes workers to ensure compliance with standards.
*Resolves worker issues and initiates personnel actions, such as promotions, transfers, discharges, or disciplinary measures.
*Ensure your team is producing high quality parts (no or very few escapes). Reduce scrap and identify all potential issues early in the process. Notify quality if there are potential quality issues.
*Review production rates. Ensure production rates are meeting or beating estimates. Take necessary action if they are not met - review setups, identify modified production techniques, notify engineering, identify estimate issues, personnel discussions, etc.
*Control costs. Review tooling, maintenance, and other key operating costs. Proactively identify savings where possible.
*Lead by example. Show up on time per the schedule. Conduct yourself in a fair and respectful manner; and, communicate consistently and truthfully to all employees.