PCM

Operations Manager - EN - PCM02040

Job number: PCM02040
Job title: Operations Manager
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Country: United States
Legal entity: PCM USA Inc
City: HOUSTON
Contract Type: Permanent Contract

Detail of the offer

PCM Description
Join our team at PCM USA, Inc, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of positive displacement pumps and fluid-handling equipment.

PCM provides solutions to three main sectors: Food, General Industry and Oil & Gas.

PCM USA was established in 2002 and is headquartered in Houston, Texas.

We are looking for an Operations Manager in our Food & General Industry Sector.

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Operations Manager Job Responsibilities:

Direct and manage all plant operations including supply chain, production & maintenance. Oversee sales order processing, measuring output, and KPIs. Lead and direct warehouse operations, including process improvement, documentation, and layout. Maintain a safe and efficient facility. Effectively manage and develop talent. Oversee purchasing, vendor selection, best practices.

Production & General Facility
• Assist with the establishment and layout of a new facility
• Supervise and assist the production team in the assembly of equipment and fulfillment of orders, ensuring they will satisfy our customer’s expectations
• Ensure that the plant capacity is appropriate to meet the expected demand
• Coordinate the hiring & training of all workshop personnel
• Ensure that all workshop equipment and tools are maintained and in good condition.
• Monitor operation expenses and research ways to reduce costs while maintaining product quality
• Ensure that production indicators are in place to measure performance

Local Supply Chain - Team Management
• Manage and develop local Supply Chain Team, from receiving to shipping activities
• Propose & Implement an efficient Supply Chain Team organization to ensure on-time delivery to customers
• Source and manage local suppliers and vendors for the supply required goods
• Supervise freight policy, cost & performance
• Manage stock mix to ensure levels meet the demands of our customer’s needs
• Regularly report Supply Chain indicators that measure its performance

Costs Control - Profitability Improvement
• Manage the Plant as a profit center
• Control Costs of Good Sold using the local ERP and assist the Financial department in regular financial cost analysis
• Regularly measure productivity objectives set and defined in conjunction with Management
• Initiate actions plans & processes minimizing manufacturing costs through effective use of manpower, equipment, material and capital
• Manage procurement activity optimizing QCD (Quality, Cost, Delivery)
• Develop a yearly QHSE suppliers audit plan
• Issue regular QCD indicators demonstrating overall plant efficiency
• Work with the engineering team to find ways to improve product design, reduce costs and increase local content
Involvement in QHSE System Management - Responsible for Daily operations
• Work with Production and QHSE Managers to ensure HSE procedures are fully adhered to on the shop floor and implement new ones whenever necessary
• Make sure no hazardous waste is present in the workshop and supervise common waste recycling
• Actively participate in the Quality Management System and manage several internal processes


Profile

Education and experience
Qualified candidates must possess the following:

• Minimum 5 years working in a supervisory role in a workshop or production facility, preferably with industrial rotating or fluid-handling equipment
• Technical degree or degree in an engineering discipline and/or production and supply chain management
• Experience as an operations leader, with specific experience in production, asset utilization, data analysis, and team development
• Very good IT skills (able to prepare and present spreadsheets and deliver presentations)
• Knowledge and use of ERP systems
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Well-developed interpersonal skills
• Ability to handle multiple priorities and thrive in a fast paced work environment
• Strong mechanical aptitude; and ability to communicate in highly technical field
• A hands-on approach, able to lead by example
• Ability to influence at various levels across an organization
• Proficiency in planning, scheduling, customer relationship management
Mandatory Certifications/Permits

Other
PCM Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality, sex, or veteran status.