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Manufacturing Group Leader - Production - Wentzville

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    • Wentzville, Missouri
  • 日程 Full time
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描述

If you are a current employee of General Motors working in a per diem, hourly, or regular salaried role, you must apply through the internal careers page. Please navigate to https://workday.gm.com and search for GM Find Jobs.

The General Motors Manufacturing Group is seeking to identify highly motivated and qualified individuals for current and potential future opportunities as a Group Leader. In anticipation of these openings becoming available, we welcome you to apply so we can begin the pre-screening and interview process.

What do Group Leaders do?

 

Production Group Leaders:

As a Production Group Leader, you will be responsible for supervising a group of employees to develop business processes, manage production operations and foster an atmosphere of teamwork and cooperation.

 

Quality Group/Global Supply Chain (GSC) Leaders:

As a Quality Group Leader or GSC Group Leader, you will supervise a group of technical personnel engaged in problem solving, inspection, quality control, quality assurance and GM Built-in-Quality activities.

Both roles require you to consistently administer National and Local Agreement between General Motors and the United Auto Workers Union. The work is of a technical nature and requires you to use independent judgment within the limits of Global Manufacturing Systems, focusing on Safety, People, Quality, Responsiveness, Cost, and Environment (SPQRCE).

Selected candidates will have the opportunity to learn new skills as well as influencing the development of manufacturing processes to support this historical and game-changing progression to electric and autonomous vehicles.

All roles require you to:

·   Possess good physical stamina and coordination. Specific physical requirements of the position include the ability to:

o Walk and stand for prolonged periods of time.

o Read standardized work instructions, operate machines and tools, and perform quality inspections.

o Promptly detect and respond to safety instructions, alarms, and signals.

o Wear personal protective equipment, for example: safety glasses, gloves, hats, ear plugs, and safety shoes.

o Work in a loud manufacturing environment that is not climate controlled (conditions can be hot or cold).

·  Frequently and repetitively:

o Bend, twist, kneel, crouch and reach to perform work.

o Lift or carry materials weighing up to 15 pounds and periodically carry or lift materials weighing up to 40 lbs.

·   Occasionally sit, climb (including ladders and lifts) and drive vehicles and equipment.

   

Production Group Leaders Required Skills:

·       Ability to coordinate, manage and lead people

·       Strong interpersonal skills and ability to manage conflict 

·       Basic computer proficiency (i.e. Microsoft Word, typing, email etc.)

·       Must be willing to work weekends and rotating shifts

 

Preferred Skills:

·       Knowledge of Continuous Improvement Processes (CIP)

·       Proficient in Throughput Improvement Process (TIP)

·       Advanced understanding of manufacturing and assembly processes

·       Experience supervising employees in a union environment

 

Quality/GSC Group Leaders Required Skills:

·       Ability to coordinate, manage and lead people

·       Strong interpersonal skills and ability to manage conflict 

·       Basic computer proficiency (i.e. Microsoft Word, typing, email etc.)

·       Must be willing to work weekends and rotating shifts

 

Preferred Skills:

·       Supply Chain or Quality Experience

·       Experience implementing Built-in-Quality Initiatives

·       Red X & DFSS Certification

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