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Manufacturing Manager - FAB Welding, SAP Assembly

STI-A-159
Manufacturing Manager - FAB Welding, SAP Assembly
Location: Northern MS, MS

A responsible and experienced Manufacturing Manager is required who will be responsible for supervising both salaried and hourly employees as this role will supervise a Master Scheduler, Material Inventory Control, Expediter, Production Control, and (2) Production Supervisors, along with about 65 hourly personnel.

Qualification and
Experience:
A four year degree is desired but non degree candidates with the appropriate level of skills and experience will be considered.
Prefer experience in metals type manufacturing (fab, welding, and assembly). Job shop experience would be great. The key for this role is demonstrated leadership with a manufacturer that utilizes SAP manufacturing software.
Prefer experience supervising both salaried and hourly employees as this role will supervise a Master Scheduler, Material Inventory Control, Expediter, Production Control, and (2) Production Supervisors, along with about 65 hourly personnel.
Position is with a large multinational manufacturer of metal products and reports to the Plant Manager, who is a very good leader and a great guy to work for. Opening is due to a retirement.
Must have experience with SAP software in a manufacturing environment.
This Plant Manager keys on two attributes character and competency. One without the other is no good. He is one of the best manufacturing professionals that we have ever worked with. People enjoy working for him.

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