Production Mechanical Team Lead (day shift)/Chef d'equipe production mecanique (quart de jour)

Ville Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC, Canada
Adresse 6767 Chemin de la Côte-de-Liesse, QC

Description du poste

• Manage personnel by communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring and appraising job results, coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees; 

• Coordinate daily production floor activities and delegate assignments to production personnel; 

• Supervise the tasks for direct reports and ensure that deadlines are respected; 

• Ensure compliance with the production plan, product quality standards, company's policies and regulations as well as health and safety plan 

• Monitor and enforce safety policies across the assembly floor 

• Develop and maintain training to ensure that all personnel have the necessary skills to perform their duties safely and efficiently 

• Communicate clear expectations to production personnel 

• Maintain and update Safety/Quality/Delivery/Productivity board on a daily basis 

• Maintain material/workflow through the facility 

• Execute and enforce standard work day in production 

• Maintain a safe and clean work environment at all times by educating and directing personnel 

• Ensure equipment and tools are in good working order and available for use when required 

• Ensure that the equipment maintenance is scheduled and carried out to prevent unscheduled down time 

• Monitor and enforce work start, break, and stop times of the production personnel 

• Review and approve employee time cards on a daily basis 

• Review and complete production orders on a daily basis as per scheduled tasks 

• Conduct bi-annual performance evaluations for the direct reports 

• Address conflicts of interest and provide solutions 

• Lead the production floor personnel and maintain a positive work atmosphere 

• Investigate Root Cause and provide Corrective Actions that are required as a result of defects observed 

• Seek out to continuously and relentlessly reduce wasteful elements in factory operations to optimize production. 

• Identify and present improvement opportunities to management 

• Facilitate and/or lead continuous improvement efforts and activities 

• Makes recommendations to the Manager in regards to training, staffing, and capital equipment 

• Initiate the hiring process for vacant positions, provide job descriptions when required, interview candidates, and participate in the hiring process 


• Two (2) years minimum of leadership experience in a production environment 

• Diploma of Collegial Studies (DEC) in a related domain minimum 

• Strong supervisory and management skills, effective troubleshooting skills 

• Strong leadership skills 

• Ability to guide a team of eight to ten frontline production employees 

• Ability to identify and resolve conflict in the team with director’s support 

• Strong analytical, reasoning and organizational skills 

• Excellent judgment and decision making abilities 

• Ability to read and comprehend instructions, procedures, engineering drawings and specifications 

• Strong knowledge of plant and manufacturing operations required 

• Knowledge of standard work principles preferred 

• Experience with quality control 

• Proven training skills 

• Knowledge of health and safety regulations 

• Ability to work independently and as part of a team in a fast paced environment with little direction 

• Basic computer skills 

• Effective communication skills, both verbal and written in both official languages


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À propos de l'entreprise

Tru Simulation+Training Canada Inc.

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