Regional TPM Manager
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What you'll do:
The Regional TPM Manager is a critical leader for the PepsiCo North American Beverages (NAB) organization. You'll provide high level coordination for the implementation of TPM within the beverage manufacturing locations in the Midwest Region area of the NAB operations, position posted in Wichita, KS but possible location flexibility, while ensuring all resources are aligned against the priorities of the business including: Safety, Quality, Production Efficiency, Cost and Customer Service.
This role is fundamental in supporting and leading TPM implementation, productivity improvement, and loss elimination initiatives. As a leader, you'll develop training and build individual capability for each of the site TPM pillar leaders in your regions.
You'll assist the plant leadership in the expanding the implementation of Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) principles and Lean-Six Sigma capability tools
Drive continuous TPM Site Phase progression within all TPM Pillars at the sites this role supports. Including the responsibility for supporting Autonomous Maintenance (AM) / Focused Improvement (FI) / Planned Maintenance (PM) / Early Management (EM)/ kaizen Teams within the South Region
You'll be leader of the AM Pillar, working to implement and lead the AM pillar support of integrate AM and Natural Work Teams (NWT) capability. As a key leader of the PM Pillar, you'll also lead and implement PM pillar and maintenance systems development at all supported manufacturing locations
Lead Focused Improvement / LSS efforts and provide guidance to TPM managers and/or other pillar leaders focusing on process capability, throughput, loss and critical metric improvements. Drive team based and data driven culture
Maintain communications with other NAB Regions and facilities in sharing standard methodologies to make things happen and capability development consistency
Provide strong technical leadership to and partner with the Operations Department to effect improvement on production lines
Participate in development of strategies and in guidance of the operations to achieve proposed business True Efficiency (TE) & Running Efficiency (RE) objectives through loss elimination, technical capability building and job efficiency and involvement
What you'll bring:
- Thorough knowledge of processing and packing equipment to effectively lead technical resources to successfully maintain production line equipment to achieve high levels of productivity
- Your working knowledge of TPM principles within at least one of the following TPM Pillars: Autonomous Maintenance, Planned Maintenance, Focused Improvement or Early Management. Additionally, we'll value your experience in leading or managing the TPM implementation a manufacturing location
- Strong financial control skills to support plant efforts in successful cost and capital planning performance
- Strong leadership skills with the proven ability to set a vision, manage change, develop personnel and strategically plan for continuous improvement
- Your ability to communicate effectively and to influence at all levels of the organization (from operators to Vice President level)
- Technical understanding of food / beverage manufacturing processes and compliance requirements preferred
- Degree: Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering (preferred)
- Ability to travel and ability to work off shifts occasionally
Job Type: Regular
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