TPM Manager

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TPM Plans:
o Responsible for the implementation, management, and successful operation of the Total Productive Management process in the plant
o Ensures plant TPM plan is aligned with the Nestle NCE Reference Guide.
o Coordinates the development of the TPM preparation phase plan, tracks progress against the plan and leads issue resolution (gap analysis and adjustments to plan)
o Implements appropriate reviews (monthly, quarterly) to evaluate both pillars and departments progress in their TPM plans
o Oversees the individual pillars, sets benchmarks, and tracks completion of pillar goals, including participation in pillar meetings, team meetings and activities
o Will develop Pillar leaders and manage their development
o Serves as a resource and coach for questions and practices regarding the TPM process
o Coordinates activities with outside consultants
o Serves as a TPM champion in the facility to promote TPM amongst management and employees

Culture Changes
o Ensure that TPM work is impacting both results and the culture change towards the vision as determined by the plant zero loss journey, vision... including:
o Total employee involvement
o Leadership and coaching skills development
o Support of plant core values and norms
o Linkages of individual and team activities to losses and the business need

o Bachelors Degree (preferably Engineering)
o Minimum 3-5 years TPM management experience

o Must be able to work independently and to coordinate and prioritize multiple assignments.
o Analytical skills and detail oriented.
o Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
o Leadership and capacity to make decisions.
o Capacity to integrate and interact with different disciplines (Engineering, Regulatory,Production, QA, Logistics, etc.) and levels (managerial, professional and hourly.)
o High regards for Safety
o Capacity to understand and implement Nestle systems
o PC experience including Excel, Word and MS Project
The Nestle companies are equal opportunity and affirmative action employers and are looking for diversity in candidates for employment: Minority/Female/Disabled/Protected Veteran

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