Overview


Job title: Production Manager (MRO)

Company: DeHavilland

Job description: SummaryThe Production Manager assumes accountability for leading a portion of an operation, or a shift, in the De Havilland Manufacturing/MRO asset cluster (as defined from time to time). The Production Manager has direct accountability for the production functions on a daily/weekly basis. The Production Manager acts as direct liaison between direct employees/supervision and the Operations Manager or the Director of Maintenance. The Production Manager has primary accountability for ensuring the execution of the short-term objectives for the team.Key Accountabilities

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  • Provide leadership to ensure that the team remains aligned to the specific short-term goals and objectives set and meets daily, weekly, and monthly targets as identified
  • Ensure supervisors are enforcing all health and safety policies and procedures in the site; support and resource all health and safety activities, including meetings, investigations, audits, etc.
  • Ensure the direct staff and supervisors remain compliant with all applicable regulations (including Transport Canada), standards and laws
  • Ensure employees have all required initial and recurrent training as directed by the organization
  • Establish and reinforce positive, respectful, and transparent communications and interactions
  • Ensure the team has executable action plans in place to execute daily/weekly tasks and are monitored for risks, delays and issues on a daily basis
  • Ensure appropriate resources are available for work tasks planned
  • Escalate operational risks, delays and other issues to appropriate level of management
  • Maintains awareness of employee ‘pulse’, ensures culture is in line with organizational direction, and reports issues as required

Additional Accountabilities

  • Ensure appropriate metrics are clearly defined, communicated to, and understood by, the underlying operational team
  • Provide daily and weekly updates on work progress to plan / mitigate plans
  • Ensure supervisors are providing support, training and development to individuals; performance is being managed; progressive discipline identified where required; and performance improvement plans are in place where needed
  • Ensure team is resourced to execute the work plans
  • Provide recommendations to improve processes and performance in the operation

Personal Attributes

  • Communicates effectively
  • Actively listens
  • Respects others
  • Sound judgement
  • Takes accountability
  • Possess problem-solving and critical thinking skills
  • Has integrity
  • Is results-orientation
  • Is adaptable
  • Is resilient

Education & Experience

  • Certificate, Diploma or Degree in Aviation / Aerospace or equivalent combination of education / experience
  • Valid M1 or M2 license an asset
  • 4+ years in progressively responsible aviation and aerospace leadership roles, preferably in a manufacturing or aerospace environment
  • Prior experience in coaching and supervising both front-line employees and supervisors/crew chiefs is an asset
  • Experience in continuous improvement initiatives and programs
  • Superior planning and trouble shooting skills
  • Experience in facilitating meetings, training, etc. is an asset

Other Requirements

  • Successful applicant must be eligible to attain and hold Restricted Area Identity Card (RAIC)
  • Travel may be required; therefore the successful candidate must maintain the ability to legally travel both domestically and internationally.

Location: Calgary, AB

Job date: Fri, 29 Mar 2024 23:49:46 GMT