Regal is a global leading manufacturer of efficient electric and mechanical motion control and power generation products with annual sales close to $4 Billion. We are innovative, dynamic, and acquisitive organization with traditional values and high integrity. Intelligent, creative, and determined people have made us who we are today. We recognize that hiring and developing talent is a key element in our continued growth. We are looking for people with high energy, ambition and commitment to performance excellence. If you are looking for a business environment where people treat each other with mutual respect and dignity and each employee can make a difference and grow with organization, Regal is the company for you. Join us to help the world run more efficiently! Regal is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex/gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, ancestry, national origin, marital status, citizenship status (unless required by the applicable law or government contract), disability or protected veteran status or any other status or characteristic protected by law. Regal is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce.
Manages the production department of a plant (generally defined by a plant headcount of less than 400 employees and/or plant revenue of less than $70M) across shifts, ensuring the manufacturing of products in planned quantities, at budgeted cost, safety and of desired quality. Provides hiring, promotion and disciplinary action recommendations, as well as performance evaluation and feedback for direct reports. May be responsible for 2-3 smaller sites or manage one large site. Manages the production department across shifts, ensuring the manufacturing of products in planned quantities, at budgeted cost, and of desired quality. Ensures all safety procedures are followed and metrics met. Manages the most difficult problems involving the manufacturing process. Liaisons with functional or operational area managers (e.g. in supply and logistics, or sales) to understand current and future product needs and develops plans, cost estimates, and schedules for integrating these needs into existing manufacturing activities. Provides supervision and guidance to Production Superintendents and/or Supervisors. Leads activities and projects to support continuous improvement in the areas of safety, quality, delivery, and cost reduction.
years; Black Belt in Lean Sigma preferred. Bachelor's degree or equivalent related experience. 7+ years (Mat'ls, Mfg Eng, Quality, Production). Green Belt in LeanSix Sigma acquired within 3