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Site Manager

Summary:Lead the ATS maintenance and/or materials services delivery team at a site level. Responsible for employee safety, the team's service delivery, and building site customer relationships. Provides the leadership to the site team to drive and ensure customer satisfaction, performance and margin. Reports directly to an Area Business Manager. Principal Duties/Responsibilities: Responsible for the site's employee safety, by deploying the ATS safety program and ensuring safety training, observations and safety incident investigations. Ensures alignment of customer expectations and ATS site goals. Leads the team to deliver safe, proactive, quality maintenance/materials services to satisfy the customer. Collaborates with and builds customer relationships to ensure priority alignment. Leads and builds the site team capability. Manages employee performance, development, adherence to policies and procedures, and selection. Works with individuals on career planning, training, skills development, and ongoing one-on-one communication. Manage financial performance of the site (revenue, expenses, and profit) to achieve set objectives. Develops and executes a site-specific maintenance plan per ATS standards. Develops and executes a Skills Matrix and Technician Training Plan. Builds and maintain a succession plan for key positions (i.e. Supervisors, Supply Chain, P/S) Is the primary customer contact at the site and ensures the site escalation procedure is adhered to. . Communicates with the customer through daily, weekly, and monthly meetings. Conducts a regular review of the performance metrics with the customer. Drives a continuous improvement methodology and promotes cost savings. Analyzes and reports on key performance indicators, root cause analysis. Develops and executes action items, removes barriers, and addresses issues. Collaborates with sales and operations leadership to increase the scope of services. Physical Demands and Working Conditions: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularlyrequired to stand walk use hands to finger, handle, or feel reach with hands and arms climb or balance stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl and talk or hear. The employee is occasionallyrequired to sit. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move more than 50 pounds. The employee is regularlyrequired to use close vision and color vision. The employee is occasionally exposed to outside weather conditions andrisk ofelectricalshock. Work is typically performed in a factory environment and is usually very loud. In the factory environment, the employee may be exposed to hazardous materials and/or greasy or slippery factory floors.   Qualifications:Knowledge, Skills, Abilities (KSAs), Competencies:   Essential KSAs: Bachelor's degree in technical, business, or a related field - preferred Seven years of operations / maintenance experience Three years of supervisory experience Solid understanding of manufacturing / assembly work environment Demonstrated ability to lead teams to achieve goals Experience using continuous improvement methodologies and root cause analysis Strong customer focus with the ability to build positive business relationships Ability to communicate and present efficiently, effectively, and remotely to various organizational levels Desirable KSAs: Manufacturing maintenance experiencepreferred Good understanding of proactive/reliability maintenance processes ie. Planning/Scheduling, P/M, PdM and root cause analysis Business acumen knowledge of managing budgets Related certifications and training Good computer skills, including Microsoft applications, web-based applications, and related software Ability to relocate to specified locations
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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