Production Manager III

  • Works closely with the Plant Manager and other senior leadership coordinate workflow across all departments to produce quality products in a safe and efficient manner.
  • Manages the workflow and coordination of the manufacturing environment, including materials and equipment to meet production, quality, and cost goals.
  • Plans and coordinates department production schedules, production rates and capacity plans, processing methods and times.
  • Plans budgeting and approves expenditures for the required resources for production including equipment, materials, and workforce.
  • Maintains and promotes a safety conscious manufacturing environment.
  • Directs first-line supervisors in their reporting and scheduling activities.
  • Leads communication of corrective action plans, resolutions, and quality results among the department.
  • Analyzes reports and reviews provided by first-line supervisors.
  • Conducts and presents annual performance appraisals for all direct reports.
  • Acts as a mentor among production team members to create a professional and driven workforce.
  • Assists in company/plant planning through department budget preparation, expenditure recommendations, and workforce/space forecasting.
  • Reports issues regarding production, quality, maintenance, or personnel problems to the Director of Operations.
  • Performs other activities as needed or assigned.


  • Manufacturing experience with significant experience in management and supervision.
  • Master s Degree strongly preferred
  • Experience in lean production principles and metrics
  • Ability to prepare and interpret various metrics, and reports.
  • Ability to identify problems and take appropriate corrective measures
  • Strong communication skills, both written and verbal, to communicate effectively with all levels within the plant.


Bachelor's Degree in Related Field

Years of Experience

6-7 Years of Supervisory/Leadership Experience

Minimum of 5 years related work experience

Physical Requirements

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