Allied Reliability Group Daily Management Coordinator in Denver, Colorado
The Daily Management Coordinator (DMC) is an hourly position that reports to the Operations Leader. This person is responsible for coordinating the planning, development, and execution of daily management actions and activities at the site, between production and our TPM Pillars. The DMC takes a hands on approach to implement Daily Management System (DMS) actions around safety, quality, training, and productivity improvements through TPM systems directly with production teams. Success will be measured by the ability to actively engage the manufacturing site to achieve Key Activity Indicators every day and ensuring monthly Key Performance Indicators are favorable.
This person is an integral part of Reliability Work Process (RWP) and is the point of contact between operations and maintenance in coordination of short-term and long-term planning and execution of site’s maintenance strategy. They help prioritize maintenance work based on losses identified in our Daily Management Systems. This position is also the owner of the Management of Change (MOC) process.
Leadership experience is needed, as the DMC will coordinate the workload of our Buildings and Grounds Team. They’ll also act as a backup FLL for starting and closing shifts as needed. The Daily Management Coordinator is the key person on aligning down time tasks and scheduling. They also ensure we have safe successful startups and shut downs related to planned down time.
The DMC role is critical to achieve zero injuries, zero defects, and zero losses on a daily basis. This roll enables production teams to perform the actions identified thorugh DMS and also enables the participation of production personnel in TPM Pillar activities.
Lives the Safety Standard and meets all safety requirements.
Partners with Production Coordinators to free up resources to meet TPM Pillar’s Activities, Activity Team’s Masterplans, Daily Management Actions, and achieving Key Activity Indicator targets
Partners with FLLs in resource management to ensure workloads are balanced between routine tasks and growth activities
Works with FLLs and Production Coordinators to accommodate training
Works with FLLs and Production Coordinators to improve line starts and line stop efficiency
Leads an Autonomous-Maintenance (AM) Activity Team through step 3
Learns the administrative tasks for FLLs and Production Coordinators and is able to perform the tasks individually. Learns the different operation roles and performs the taks individually in order to free up resources and back up the FLL as needed. Drives engagement to increase reporting of abnormalities of every production team member
Drives engagement to increase OPL creation to teach production teams about preventing losses and communicate improvements
Owns Key Activity Indicators (KAI) in the production floor to meet our goals. This includes CIL resources, red/blue tag completion, BBA/HH, pink cards, KAIs are up to date and followed in all AM Boards, KAIs are up to date and followed in all DMS boards, Pillar and Activity Team meeting hours meet targets, and more
Is active in GEMBA walks at least 3 times per week
Partners with CI, TPM, Quality, Raw Materials, Warehouse, and Safety Coordinators to schedule work in the line and ensuring all work meets production and maintenance expectations
Manages the workflow and prioritization of Managent of Change. Ensures all MOC’s improve safety, reduce losses, reflect operator feedback, equipment maintenance, and that all stake holders receive proper SOPs, training, and communication about the changes
Owns the Buildings and Grounds (B&G) work schedule to upkeep housekeeping in common areas. Also engages B&G to implement 5S in operation to support AM Teams and daily management activities
Partners up with other sites to implement their best practices
Is an active member of the AM, PM, and EM Pillars. Supports all AM Teams stay on track with their masterplans
Reflects FI, T&D, and EHS activity teams’ priorities in RWP too
In charge of having the right tools available for production personnel to perform their duties. This includes tool vending machines, vacuums in working order, vacuum parts available, in-line sources of contamination replacement parts and schedules, and more
Helps with new hiring interviews and orientation
Ensures all Buildings and Grounds tasks are completed on a daily basis
Engages every production team member to participate in TPM activities. Connects people’s sills, passions, and talents with activities where they can add value to our operation
Makes sure that work taking place during planned down time does not lead to injuries or quality defects
Reviews all notifications originated by maintenance and non-maintenance personnel on daily basis for clear scope, relevance to plant objectives, priority, equipment number and duplicates in the system
Analyzes RWP performance to identify gaps in work completion versus plan and suggests and executes gap closure strategy
Reviews maintenance backlog to ensure plant priorities are being resolved. Escalates stagnant work to Production Coordinators, Front Line Leaders, and Pillar Leaders
Attends daily approval meetings and recommends actions to be taken on notifications
Reviews and follows-up on daily production and maintenance shift reports for OEE losses and ensures solutions are implemented to prevent those losses from reoccurring
Closes the loop between FLLs, mechanics, and operators regarding line calls
Ensures production personel learn to prevent losses through the Break Down Analysis (BDA) process
Partners with maintenance supervisor to reach a consensus on preliminary weekly schedule
Identifies opportunities on maintenance schedule to utilize 100% of the work hours available
Work with Maintenance on having updated BOMS for all equipment
Works with Production and Maintenance Teams to align on equipment breakdown root causes and their solutions
Works with Maintennace Teams around mechanics teaching operators more about their work area to reduce losses
Teaches RWP processes to production teams
Supports FLLs and Production Coordinators in meeting 5S audit scores
Performs other related duties consistent with the nature of this position, as directed by the area leader
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Associate degree strongly preferred, high school diploma or equivalent required.
Minimum 5 years of manufacturing experience required.
Minimum 2 years experience in project management.
Minimum 2 years experience in a Leadership role required
Familiar with computerized maintenance management systems.
Hands on TPM experience preferred
SAP experience and working knowledge required.
Microsoft Suite experience and working knowledge required.
Must be 18 years or older.
Must be a US citizen or have the right to work in the US.
Must be drug and alcohol free.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES
Ability to create and drive change
Strong analytical skills
Familiar with mechanical and electrical manufacturing systems
Can explain how the TPM Pillars and DMS improve our operation
Strong leadership skills
Strong communication skills
Demonstrates self-knowledge and takes action to continuously improve
Leverages own and others’ strengths
Ability to organize and lead multi-functional teams to achieve plant objectives
Ability to prioritize and adapt to a rapidly changing environment and balance multiple responsibilities
Know and follow all plant policies and procedures
Fluent in English speaking and writting
Customer service oriented
Must work well in a team environment
Must be self-motivated to work independently and in a group, and meet targets
Must perform basic mathematical calculations and be comfortable with ratios and production units
Must have strong attention to detail
Must train and coach others
Must have strong process acumen
Must maintain schedule flexibility to ensure smooth production
Must be able to think and work under pressure and analyze information to identify solutions
Must safely execute with a sense of urgency
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS AND TRAINING
All annual safety and role specific training, as required by the nature of this position
Fexible schedule to support production teams as needed
Spend time on both shifts on M, W, TH, and F in a typical week. Be present for startups coordinating resources until the line is running stable. Be present for shut downs until the line is left in a stable safe condition
Able to lead small crews during planned down times
Able to lead a Production Shift when needed
Req ID No.: 2021-5396
External Company Name: Allied Reliability, Inc.
External Company URL: www.alliedreliability.com
Street: 5201 Bannock Street