BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company) Manufacturing Team Manager, Night Shift in Columbus, Nebraska

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Job Description

GENERAL FUNCTION

Under the direct supervision of the Unit Manger and Product Line Leaders. Directs and manages shift activities for assigned operations to ensure compliance to cost, quality, safety, human resource and regulatory plans and requirements.

Establish and implement programs designed to assure control of processes and products that meet or exceed established standards and specifications. Informs management of quality problems and solutions relative to FDA and ISO compliance.

RESPONSIBILITIES

•Manages shift activities to achieve an overall objective of continuous improvement in productivity, quality, cost, budget compliance and attainment of strategic objectives .

•As required monitor and coordinate all plant shift operations - - timely communicate issues to unit manager.

•Coordinates daily shift operations to ensure timely and efficient completion of established production schedules and established reliability goals. Recommends revisions to production schedules to avoid delays and waste. Effectively communicates with other functions to maximize production and quality and ensures production equipment achieves budgeted production yields. Directs technical resources as available to resolve production problems. Interviews and selects internal and external applicants for hourly positions, coordinates employee training, conducts performance appraisals, provides advice and assistance to employees, and fairly and consistently administers company policies and procedures.

•Directs shift safety program according to established safety policies and regulations, conducts safety audits and communications meetings, participates in accident investigations and makes corrective action recommendations.

•Assists the Product Line Leaders in budget development, quality improvement, cost reduction, schedule compliance, capacity planning, regulatory compliance, goal development and attainment.

•Acts as leader, coach, team builder to the employees directly reporting to him/her. Builds networks and stakeholders in those non-direct reporting employees who support and enhance the continuous improvement of the manufacturing unit.

•Create common understanding of customer expectations among associates, recognizing and defining consequences.

•Identify, incorporate, and organize the critical elements of manufacturing to serve customer needs and requirements. Plan alternative courses of action based on identifying obstacles or potential problems. Reason with others to gain a common understanding, deal with ambiguity and paradoxical restraints, and establish a plan of action noting major milestones, tasks required and performance expectations and accountabilities.

•Offer direction and establish standards of conduct in an environment of mutual respect and integrity by fostering Becton Dickinson’s Values. Create new ideas, keeping focused on the Goal and Purpose of Becton Dickinson. Guide the course without coercion or intimidation, embracing innovation and creativity and the potential mistakes that lead toward innovation.

•Create a learning environment that encourages independent thinking by providing critical information rapidly, building relationships and trust between associates and teams, and establishing team norms and standards congruent with Becton Dickinson’s Values.

•Respond to associates appropriately, with sensitivity to their needs, feelings, and capabilities. Deal effectively with others in both favorable and unfavorable situations, regardless of status or position. Bring differences and conflict out into the open and model collaborative problem-solving and consensus-seeking behaviors.

Supervision

Responsible for the direct supervision of Associates which include technical and non-technical personnel.

Accountability

Accountable to the Product Line Leaders & the Unit Manager for Quality, Schedule and Regulatory compliance of the second shift manufacturing unit to Company goals and policies and to Federal policy and law.

Accountable to Unit Manager for Controlling Second Shift Budget, Labor, Waste, Equipment and Expense.

Accountable to the Product Line Leaders for the human resources and physical assets assigned to him/her.

Shift coordinator will be expected to coordinate special projects, self-initiated or assigned.

Will be expected to attend various plant wide meetings and weekly staff meetings as directed.

May also be directed to conduct monthly team briefings.

SHIFT: 6 pm to 6 am

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS

Education

Required: Four year Bachelor Degree.

Experience

With degree no experience required.

Preferred: 2-3 years’ related experience.

Knowledge of demonstrated skills in Participate Management, Team Building, Employee Coaching and Stakeholder Building. Knowledge of Company and applicable Federal Regulatory policies, practices, and procedures. Must be able to read, understand and follow hazardous waste handling procedures to comply with EPA requirements.

Living the BD Values

We do what is right.

We are committed to the highest standards of excellence and integrity in everything that we do: on behalf of our customers, our shareholders, our communities and ourselves. We are proud to work for a healthcare company whose products and services make a difference in people’s lives. We derive our greatest sense of accomplishment from doing what is right – not what is expedient. We don’t compromise our high standards of ethics in order to achieve our objectives. We are reliable, honest and trustworthy in all our dealings. We keep our promises and if we make a mistake we make it right.

We take personal responsibility .

Change is never easy, and despite our best efforts, it won’t all go smoothly. Being individually responsible means we are accountable for our decisions, even when we make a mistake, and not try to place blame or make excuses. We treat the company’s reputation as our own and try to make wise use of our time and the company’s resources. We expect access to the tools and information necessary to participate in any decisions that will reflect on our collective or individual reputations.

We anticipate and address the challenges of patients and customers globally.

It’s not enough to just respond to customer challenges. We need to know our customers’ needs as well or better than they do, so we can be proactive. Thinking about our customers holistically, including the patients they serve, will enable us to serve them better, helping to solve their most pressing healthcare challenges.

We innovate and improve continuously .

Innovation isn’t specific to R&D and new product development, nor is continuous improvement limited to our operations and manufacturing teams. We are all accountable for seeking innovative solutions to our challenges and for not settling for “good enough” but striving to improve and be better every single time. We study our progress and learn from others and ourselves how to do things more effectively and efficiently.

We respect, collaborate, challenge and care about each other .

We act with respect towards each other and towards those with whom we interact. We collaborate and challenge each other, cultivating best practices throughout the organization. We demonstrate constructive candor by disagreeing openly and dealing with our differences professionally. We care about people as individuals and promote an inclusive work environment that values, appreciates and leverages diversity.

Becton, Dickinson and Company is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We do not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, creed, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, marital or domestic or civil union status, familial status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetics, disability, military eligibility or veteran status.

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Primary Work LocationUSA NE - Columbus (West)

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Becton, Dickinson and Company is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We do not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, creed, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, marital or domestic or civil union status, familial status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetics, disability, military eligibility or veteran status