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Director Process Team in Aurora, IL at OSI Group

Date Posted: 4/2/2018

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Full-Time
  • Location:
    Aurora, IL
  • Job Type:
    Management
  • Experience:
    Not Specified
  • Date Posted:
    4/2/2018

Job Description

POSITION SUMMARY

Responsible for providing strategic leadership and direction for OSI North American Operations Process Team.  This position will lead the team in delivering product commercialization while championing process improvement across the manufacturing network.  The Process Team Director will work closely with the V.P. of Commercialization and Process Improvement, the Senior Vice President of North American Operations, Sales and the plants to best serve the needs of an expanding customer base while delivering improved Operations performance.

MAJOR POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES

(i.e., Policies, procedures, goals, etc. for which you are responsible.)

  • Champion efficient and timely new product commercialization
  • Lead process teams, interfacing across facilities and with Sales to deliver customer solutions and operating efficiencies
  • Develop and deliver cost reduction options across the operations and supply chain groups.
  • Develop new approaches and thinking to share best practices across the organization
  • Enhance OSI process capabilities understanding and outline efficiency improvement plans  
  • Work with others in developing facility sourcing and capacity management plans across the manufacturing asset base
  • Outline a series of initiatives to improve customer delivered quality and service
  • Evaluate processing technologies and capabilities
  • Effectively interface with key customers, regulatory agencies, suppliers and internal groups as necessary
  • Provide critical thinking in developing investment prioritization strategies
  • Work with the Senior Leadership Team in developing key strategies and plans to deliver business objectives
  • Serve as a key resource in evaluating future growth and operating system decisions