General Manager - Automotive Production Logistics

Your tasks and responsibilities Primary responsibilities of the General Manager position include: o Interact with ownership, executive members and employees. o Maintain customer contact. o Conduct staff meetings to organize logistics activities. o Participate in trade organizations as a company representative. o Ensure the development of systems and procedures for operating and managing physical facilities, human resources, equipment and products in a profitable manner. o Plan, direct and implement logistics operations and administrative support to meet prescribed productivity and service goals. o Operate in compliance with federal, state and local statutes. o Direct the operations of the logistics management team to achieve prescribed objectives through sound communication programs. o Remain knowledgeable regarding changes in hardware and software technology within the automotive logistics industry. o Assist in the establishment of customer service standards and communicating these standards to all personnel.  Maintain appropriate contact with all customer functional teams and respond to requests when required. o Participate in company marketing and sales efforts with respect to generating new business. o Develop an annual operating budget and manage a system of controls to ensure that service levels and operational performance goals are met within prescribed cost, revenue and profit parameters.  Assure that all accounts achieve predetermined profit standards. o Develop suitable programs for maintaining company standards of sanitation, maintenance, security, housekeeping and safety of equipment and facilities in a manner that assures their most efficient operation. o Develop a strong leadership team The preceding functions have been provided as examples of the types of work performed by employees assigned to this job classification.  Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind the work assignments of different positions and to make reasonable accommodations if required, so that qualified employees can perform the essential functions of the job. Your skills and experience o Bachelor's Degree in Business, Logistics or related field required o Must have over five (5) years of Management experience in an automotive production logistics environment with P&L responsibility. o Experience in automotive production logistics management o Experience managing just in time & just in sequence lineside supply o Proficiency in planning, staffing, and budgeting o Continuous improvement experience using LEAN (Six Sigma preferable) o Develop effective relationships and provide leadership  o Successful communication - written and verbal o Establish priorities and multi-task o Possess professional business demeanor o Materials handling equipment and personal computers with good working knowledge of MS Office Suite. o Very organized / Methodical o Critical / Analytic / Objective o Approachable o Ability to work effectively in a high-pressure environment
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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