Plant Manager II - CSCM
- Responsible for Make products beyond just medical O2 (ex. Med N2, N2O, UE)
- Managing of multiple shift operations.
- Oversee high level of SAP transactions (typically a multiplier of 5 compared to small plants (DWD)
- Typically an importer of 3rd party products and re-distribute throughout the regions
- May contain oversight of valve refurbishment operations
- Manages the day-to-day operational and financial operations of a CSCM Plant/Center
- Responsible for Center P/L (shared P&L responsibility between Healthcare and Supply Chain)
- Plans, directs, and coordinates production, filling, maintenance, and distribution activities to meet customer needs at minimum investment required
- Ensures all safety, quality, regulatory, accreditation procedures and policies are implemented and staff appropriately trained
- Ensures all production is performed according to Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) as defined by Linde procedures
- Analyzes Center current financial and operational strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and constraints in order to develop, prepare, and implement goals, projects, and policies that will enable the Center to achieve a competitive advantage in the market
- Forecasts future trends , needs and develops action plans which will enable the Center to meet the predicted situation
- Coordinates with sales on a regular basis with existing and new business to effectively support the growth strategy of the company, according to an agreed-upon product service offering
- Develops operating strategies and plan to pro-actively prepare for future demands based on analysis of current and past results
- Maintains strong customer service focus for all Center employees; develops and monitors distribution schedules to ensure customers are served in a timely manner
- Stay close to customer by maintaining and developing relationships with customers
- Responsible for representing company by ensuring employees and Center meet standards established by organization and cleanliness
- Develops profit plan for Center using strong P&L knowledge including actions required to meet cost and efficiency targets
- Facilitates communication within the Center by communicating with staff members keeping them informed of initiatives, strategies, and operational change
- Actively listens to staff input concerning daily operations to ensure staff members are aware of situations that may affect their work
- Responsible for building his/her team and developing our bench strength operationally
- Manage distribution personnel to ensure compliance with DOT and CSA program, ensuring all drivers are compliant with Linde, local, state and federal regulations
- Manage and maintain local HQAA policies, procedures and compliance
- Ensures specific federal, state and local employment qualifications are met
- Ensures customer complaints are reported, cause is investigated and corrective actions are implemented
- Ensures all policies and procedures are adhered to
- Ensures local, state and federal regulatory requirements (FDA, DOH, DOT, OSHA etc) are met
- Represents the site during external regulatory inspections including, but not limited to US FDA, OSHA, and State Boards of Pharmacy
Bachelor Degree required or equivalent 5 years direct experience
Minimum 3 years supervisory experience
Minimum 5 years related operations/plant management experience in medical related preferred
o Negotiation skills [including negotiation and management of union contracts]
o Six Sigma facilitation skills use of data driven decision making and the ability to support and champion six sigma projects
o Continuous improvement drive and ability to implement change in a geographically diverse organization. Relentless drive to challenge the status quo.
o People management experience managing personnel responsible for delivering Linde Group products to customers and demonstrated ability to encourage personnel to provide superior customer service in a team environment.
o Project management experience handling multiple projects associated with plant operations, transportation/logistics programs
o Possesses strong communications skills at all levels
o Demonstrated ability to work cohesively in a team environment
o Possesses the ability to think strategically
o Demonstrated ability to challenge the status quo and improve existing processes/programs
A working knowledge of US FDA requirements for medical gas manufacturing
Operations/production/distribution management experience
Ability to prioritize and manage in a crisis
Creative problem solving abilities required
Ability to coach employees to achieve results
Excellent computer skills with experience in MS Office Tools and SAP preferred
Linde offers excellent salaries, world-class benefits, and unparalleled opportunities for development all to create an invigorating and satisfying environment.
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