YOUR TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 
The primary responsibilities of this role, Production Manager, are to: 
 

  • Embrace and demonstrate a safety-first culture at all times;
  • Perform daily operations as directed by site leadership;
  • Be accountable for safe and timely delivery of quality supply based on production schedules while maintaining an efficient operation;
  • Perform duties in a manner that support overall site Key Metrics to include: safety; quality, Total Individual Performance (TIP), Total Overall Performance (TOP) and cost efficiency;
  • Embrace an environment that promotes the building of good working relationships within the site;
  • Report to the Production Lead and assists the Production Lead with all facets of field and plant production operations;
  • Be responsible for the site technicians and is a member of a team that strives for safety product quality, and process optimization and is expected to get results through influencing others, personal proficiency and modeling company values;
  • Participate as a member of the Site Leadership Team and will maintain a strong relationship with the team and other site and site support personnel to support operations at the site and resolve production challenges;
  • Be able to adapt quickly to changes in our business, courageously face new challenges and opportunities and leverage the talents, skills and sources of team members and peers.
     

WHO YOU ARE
 
Your success will be driven by your demonstration of our LIFE values.  More specifically related to this position, Bayer seeks an incumbent who possesses the following:
 
Required Qualifications:
 

  • Bachelor”s degree of Business, Engineering, Agriculture;
  • Three-year of experience in manufacturing, supply chain, technology;
  • Ability to think critically about the business to collaborate in building a vision for Production.
     

Preferred Qualifications:
 

  • M.B.A.
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