Production Manager

Company Name:
Ashley Ellis
A full range of plastic, rubber, and elastomer products are being pumped out of this next gen manufacturer on a daily basis. Clients across the globe, from aerospace innovators to defense contractors, reinforce their success in extreme conditions through the methods of a Production Manager like you. Here, your ingenuity will have the freedom to grow in a balanced office where you and your family will be provided for without question.
As this Production Manager, you will deliver completed, timely projects for clients. You will:
Lead Lean manufacturing initiatives in a fast-paced environment.
Assess current practices and implement cost and time savings measures across the board.
Train employees on industry best-practices.
Work with Manufacturing Engineering to standardize work instructions, processes and improve tooling and equipment adequacy.
This Production Manager Has:
Bachelors degree
5+ years Management Experience in a manufacturing environment, preferably within the aerospace industry
Knowledgeable of Lean manufacturing and various manufacturing processes and materials
Strong communication and leadership skills
Previous experience managing and achieving budgetary requirements within a department.
This Production Manager Enjoys:
3 weeks PTO
Excellent health benefits
401K matching
Tuition reimbursement
A Rich Work/Life Balance
About Ashley Ellis
With Ashley Ellis Information Technology Staffing & Recruiting Solutions, you'll find a team that is dedicated to adding a personal touch to the staffing industry. We know that superior staffing is more than just matching technical skills. Whether you are a job seeker or an employer, we learn about you and your goals to make sure we find the perfect fit.
Ashley Ellis is an integral part of the General Employment Enterprises family. Our team is our backbone, and with 120 year history in staffing, you can guarantee we have the experience to help you locate the talent you need or the career you desire, every time.

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