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We are hiring for a Shop Manager in Jacksonville, FL USA

Posted by: Control Southern <> on March 18, 2018 at 00:04:01. Click here to reply to this post via Email.Click here for help with email link

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The Mechanical Shop Manager is responsible for the efficient operation, quality, and P&L management of the Mechanical Valve Repair /Machining facility; overseeing multiple projects including scheduling, engineering, budgets, production, material and document control, and purchases. The Mechanical Shop Manager also ensures that all Non-Emerson Valve Repair activities comply with set standards of quality.
• Manage all Valve Repair/machining activities occurring at the facility with special concerns for safety, quality, production, profit, and cost.
• Coordinate and supervise Valve Repair/machining activities (including inventory and purchasing department) to ensure availability of product and efficient use of materials, equipment, and employees.
• Assign work to Valve Repair personnel; set work schedules; inspect work and evaluate performance.
• Direct supervision and motivation of all Valve Repair production personnel. Oversee and ensure the efficiency and quality of supervisory and staff. Plan schedules for Valve Repair lead hands & machinist.
• Quality control of valve testing and valve repair activities and product. Develop and implement quality control procedures to ensure that all work produced in the Valve Repair shop meets quality requirements.
• Ensure that all Valve Repair personnel are properly certified and trained (i.e. National Board certifications). Understand and enforce certification guidelines relating to safety relief procedures.
• Inspect Valve Repair facilities and equipment. Make changes in allocation of space and storage of product. Evaluate and recommend major equipment additions / modifications.
• Provide and maintain accurate Valve Repair timelines. Develop production goals and track results for Valve Repair jobs in progress. Monitor, plan and schedule jobs to ensure on-time shipments and maximize efficiency. Take ownership of delegated projects and manage to completion.
• Enforce policies and procedures and ensure compliance with all Legislated and Company safety procedures.
General Support
• Provide general Support functions to Director of Mechanical Services, PM & MS Business Unit Leader, and VP of Operations.

• Experience and knowledge of welding processes, machining and heat treating.
• General knowledge valve repair/machining equipment, modern shop technology, equipment, practices and procedures.
• Valve Repair experience – familiarity with production planning and scheduling.
• Knowledge and experience in NBIC regulatory requirements and safety practices.
• Manage the adherence to prescribed procedures to ensure quality standards are met.
• Extensive computer experience
• Awareness of Lean Manufacturing techniques
• Shop, personnel, and project management experience. Ability to implement and adhere to strict schedules, time lines, and budgets.
• Highly organized and able to multi-task effectively, make quick decisions, and efficiently organize others.
• Ability to work in a fast-paced setting and put in additional hours to meet deadlines and schedules
• Knowledge of 3rd party contractors’ operations.
• Ability to organize, coordinate, supervise and monitor the performance of Valve Repair personnel.
• Ability to instruct or train staff in specific operating and technical work methods or procedures.
• Strong leadership skills. Able to manage a diverse group of people and motivate
staff to work together as one team.
• Working knowledge of Microsoft Office suites programs


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