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ISC Project Manager

Company: Disability Solutions
Location: Kansas City
Posted on: June 2, 2024

Job Description:

The ISC Project Manager acts as a resource manager of a business unit, within the Integrated Supply Chain organization. Responsible for matrixed employees in order to create work flow efficiency and accountability. Responsible to execute ISC area ownership of a business unit and act as an authority in overall manufacturing, quality and production control. Works under minimal direction with considerable latitude for unreviewed actions or decisions.Duties and Responsibilities

  • Directly supervises employee(s) and performs other managerial responsibilities in a matrixed relationship including planning, assigning, and directing work of employees; interviewing, hiring, and training employees; appraising performance; addressing feedback and resolving problems. Represents divisional management, as directed, in meetings or appropriate functions.
  • Conducts and coordinates a broad range of ISC area ownership assignments requiring extensive knowledge of operations (Manufacturing/Product Acceptance) HSE, program management, material planning systems, facilities and lean principles and their application to specific ISC manufacturing areas.
  • Plans, submits, tracks and manages projects to achieve business objectives within scope, budget and timeline, with heavy focus on facilities, construction and space use projects and planning.
  • Estimates manpower requirements and schedules work to meet completion dates and technical requirements. Works with ISC leaders to develop productivity improvement strategies and workforce planning required to meet future workload demands.
  • Facilitates effective cross business supply chain communications and/or project teams (Defense programs, Global Security, reimbursable). May act as a direct customer interface on assigned projects.
  • Demonstrates in depth knowledge of corporate and plant metrics; analyzes, interprets and applies this knowledge to solve variety of manufacturing related business issues. Recommends new approaches, policies, and procedures to effect continual improvements within the division to assure cost-effective operations.
  • Leverages contemporary supply chain, Honeywell Operating System, Lean, and continuous improvement processes to consistently realize the delivery of sustainable high performance outcomes.
  • Facilitates traditional and non-traditional production and inspection activities; may include electronic/mechanical assembly, machining, tool fabrication, model building, production of engineering prototypes and fixtures and material disposition, or electronic/mechanical inspections, electrical testing, Material Review Board, and improvements to systems that support pedigree of accepted materials and data storage.
  • May lead resolution of major operations issues (customer requirements, material shortages, facilities issues, technical problems) within set operation parameters, engaging ISC senior leaders as needed to escalate or revisit based on changing business requirements.
  • Creates environment of high employee satisfaction and retention. Models the Honeywell Behaviors and commits to personal development in the leadership domain.
  • Conducts activities in a safe and healthy manner and works in accordance with established HS&E requirements to ensure the protection of employees, the public, and the environment.
  • Takes actions necessary to "stop" work when an unsafe condition or action is identified. Every employee has the right and responsibility to stop work when unsafe conditions or actions are identified.You Must Have
    • Bachelors degree in a related field that may include engineering, business, supply chain management and 7+ years experience in multiple areas of Supply Chain organization (program management, materials mgmt, quality, engineering, or related field.We Value
      • Knowledge of and/or experience withproduction management, supply chain management, manufacturing operations, military operations and leadership, and/or quality inspection or test fields andrelated activities.
      • Knowledge of and/or experience withfacilities management, facilities project management, construction project management, facilities design engineering, facilities/construction planning &design and project scoring/prioritization.
      • Project Management Professional (PMP) certification, Project Management related bachelors or masters degree focus, Lean Certification, Six Sigma Black Belt Certification
      • Experience with federal government, state government or corporate budget planning,tracking, and analyticsat department or division level or higher.
      • Previous experience in Honeywell Operating System, Lean or related function.
      • Experience with purchasing or procurement planning and execution.
      • Understanding of team building and group dynamics including conflict resolution and problem solving skills.
      • Extensive leadership/managerial experience is highly valued; Ability to lead and motivate in a diverse work environment.
      • Demonstrated reading, writing, presentation and interpersonal skills necessary to train, organize, and facilitate teams.
      • Strong organizational skills.
      • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
      • Proficiency in Microsoft office applications, including: MS Excel, Outlook, Word, PowerPoint & Teams. Experience withBluebeam &Adobe Acrobat.
      • 2+ years experience with project management
      • 2+ years experience in management / leadership positionsAdditional Information
        JOB ID: 1091Remote Eligibility: On-SiteTravel Required: 0-10%Hourly/Salary: SalaryRelocation Available: Yes

Keywords: Disability Solutions, Kansas City , ISC Project Manager, Executive , Kansas City, Kansas

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