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Manufacturing Team Leader

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Date: Jun 21, 2022

Location: Ballina, MO, IE

Company: Hollister Incorporated

The Manufacturing Team Leader is a key role within the organization tasked with driving daily performance management at the shop floor level. This will be achieved by coaching, guiding and developing hourly Associates to drive improved results in the areas of Production, Safety, Quality, Service and Cost objectives compatible with Hollister’s Mission and Vision, through execution of Hollister Production System standards. This role is additionally responsible for implementing policies and corrective actions and advocating team growth within a team based environment. Directly reports to the Manufacturing Supervisor.


Employee Relations:
•    Provide leadership to the team(s) under the incumbent’s shift & area of responsibility to coach and enable Associates to be successful in meeting or exceeding team goals in safety, quality, service &  cost in an environment of continuous improvement, engaging Associates and using HPS infrastructure as the primary management system
•    Drive resolution of issues preventing the team to achieve daily targets by effectively managing relationships with support functions under appropriate sense of urgency. 
•    Where applicable conduct employee performance and development reviews, provide constructive feedback for performance improvements, personal development and conflict resolution. 
•    Support, model, and promote Hollister Cultural Beliefs and plant culture. Interpret and apply company policies in a consistent manner
•    Ensure Associates complete all appropriate training on time and that it is recorded 
•    Spend at least 70% of the time on the floor managing performance, coaching Associates and confirming appropriate standards are being followed. 
•    Monitor and provide developmental coaching for Associates growing into leadership roles within the team.
•    Monitor metrics that impact Team performance and address shortfalls in achieving goals and targets
•    Recognize
and reward Associates for achievements through use of approved programs.

  • Ensure GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices), requirements are maintained.
    Production Oversight:
    •    Provide a safe work environment. Monitor safety conditions within the team, including incident reports, near misses and conduct accident investigations with root cause analysis.  
    •    Assist in the improvement of critical KPI’s for the area under supervision. Review and propose machine production rate goals based on equipment performance and continuous improvement.
    •    Monitor hourly/daily/weekly
    performance (including efficiency/scrap reports); address issues as needed.
    •    Participate and facilitate Tier meetings
    •    Respond to and facilitate efforts
    to address quality issues, including corrective and preventative actions within their direct area of responsibility.
    •    Ensure adherence to site quality compliance requirements
    •    Ensure delivery schedule meets customer priorities; analyze machine capacity and staffing needs to meet demands
    Staffing and Resource Planning:
    •    Manage staffing levels to ensure plans are executed, maintain cross-training matrices.
    •    Assist Manufacturing Supervisor in identifying skills needed for each team (leadership, technical, experience, etc.)
    •    Interview and select candidates for
    team positions.
  • Other duties and tasks as assigned by the Manufacturing Supervisor

Essential Functions of the Role**:
•    Frequent movement over large manufacturing floor area
•    Leadership experience in a team-based environment.
•    Public speaking requirements (team based)
•    Significant reading requirements.
•    Effective communication and listening skills (both oral and written).
•    Ability to travel

  • Flexibility to work shifts


Work Experience Requirements

  • A minimum of 5 years leadership experience in a medical device manufacturing facility

•    Proven experience and demonstrated track record in knowledge of the work, and of the job responsibilities

Education Requirements

  • Essential: Minimum Level 7 Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field.


Specialized Skills/Technical Knowledge:
•    Proficient computer
skills, including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint and Excel).
•    Excellent communication skills (oral and written).
•    Strong interpersonal communication skills and the ability to build and maintain trust in a team environment.
•    Critical Thinking and problem-solving techniques
•    Lean and Six Sigma knowledge & experience required
•    Familiarity with manufacturing ERP systems and shop floor data acquisition

Hollister Incorporated is an independent, employee-owned company that develops,manufactures, and markets healthcare products worldwide. The company develops and manufactures products for ostomy care, continence care and critical care, and also develops educational support materials for patients and healthcare professionals. Headquartered in Libertyville, Illinois, it has manufacturing and distribution centers on three continents and sells in nearly 80 countries. Hollister is a wholly owned subsidiary of The Firm of John Dickinson Schneider Inc (JDS Inc), a 100 year old company. Hollister is guided by the shared Mission of JDS Inc, to make life more rewarding and dignified for people who use its products and services. 

Hollister is an EO employer – M/F/Veteran/Disability

Job Req ID: 30367

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