Assembly Manager

Job Locations US-FL-Doral
ID
2020-1310
Category
Operations
Type
Full-Time

Company Overview

A vibrant company culture founded on the pillars of family, gratitude, and service. A portfolio of international brands dedicated to innovation in the personal beauty industry. A diverse team of talented professionals, united in their vision of achievement and growth. Welcome to Alcora.
 
Built upon the foundation of four brands united in purpose—L’EUDINE Global, MONAT, Project Beauty and B&R Products, Inc.—Alcora is perfectly positioned to lead the beauty and wellness industries in Latin America, North America, and beyond for decades to come. With its headquarters and manufacturing facilities located in the spectacular city of Miami, Alcora boasts an energetic, exciting corporate culture and a family of passionate professionals who thrive on the pursuit of excellence.

Job Summary

We are looking for an experienced Assembly Manager. The Assembly Manager role is accountable for the overall output of the Assembly Team by providing leadership to produce and promote quality work within production timelines; providing training and oversight for team members; and supporting the administrative needs of the department.

Responsibilities

• Oversee on-time and quality assembly of all Product Packages and Kits within production timelines. Assign daily work based on needs, staffing availability.
• Proactive communication with other Managers regarding real-time workflow needs and challenges.
• Create and monitor reports in to understand and act on key metrics including planning, productivity and output of each individual and the team.
• Have in-depth knowledge of time required to assemble each Product Pack and Kit and coach team members to successfully meet those targets daily.
• Provide weekly reporting about department performance to the Operations Manager, Director and VP of Operations.
• Reprioritize work when needed to help support the needs of the team or the business, escalate bandwidth challenges in advance of missing deadlines.
• Purchase supplies for the department, maintain accurate accounting and submit monthly expense reports on-time.
• Accountable for a high standard of cleanliness that results in a pristine work environment – responsible for overseeing both individual workstations and common areas in the department.
• Creatively problem solve for issues that impact your department, communicating your proposed solutions to the Management Team and collaborating to a final result.
• Promote and support Company policies and ensure compliance with Company and government safety regulations, provide feedback and training to team members when necessary.
• Provide on-site leadership including evening and weekend flexibility to oversee team member overtime, participate in installations or help with special projects.
• Actively recruit and interview for approved open roles in the Assembly department.
• Support company initiatives and projects on an as-needed basis.
• Manage the accurate processing of damages according to Company guidelines.
• Recommends improvements in equipment and processes. Coordinate, manage and evaluate the installation and proper ongoing maintenance of equipment in area of responsibility.
• Oversee inventory and ensure department is always well-stocked.
• Develops a team and culture that results in a high performing collaborative team and a work environment that attracts new talent and retains top talent.
• Leads by living integrity, inspiring others, creating energy, and ensuring collaboration amongst all levels of the organization
• Manage a team that supports all assembly needs, ensuring they receive adequate training, real-time constructive feedback, a clear workload, priorities, and deadlines.
• In-depth knowledge of individual team members’ skills, abilities, and areas of growth.

Qualifications

• B.S. Degree in business, management or another related field
• 3-5 years of supervisory experience in people management
• 3-5 years of assembly and production experience
• 1-3 years of experience in continuous process improvement, process management and Lean principles
• 1-3 years of experience in safety, human resource management, production and quality
• Ability to manage complex project assignment priorities
• Experience with SAP a plus