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Coordinador WCM

Job ID:
R-30092
Category:
Supply Chain
Location:
Tultitlán de Mariano Escobedo, México
Date posted:
01/14/2022

POSITION NAME

WCM Coordinator

WHO ARE WE?

Do you want to work for a company that makes a difference in the world? At Unilever, we have a clear purpose - to make sustainable living commonplace. Through our 400 brands reaching 2.5 billion people every day, we aim to make a positive social impact globally and locally. Through our household brands, like Lipton, Knorr, Dove, Hellman’s and Axe, we are creating a bright future for our customers, our business, and our planet - and you can be part of it.

WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

The ManEX Coordinator is responsible for the coherent application of WCM techniques across the sourcing unit.  Working under the guidance of the site ManEx Manage, she/he will apply rigorous cost deployment to convert losses to cost using loss trees and associated tools.  This analysis will support the prioritisation of equipment, training and process interventions (4Ms) to eliminate those losses identified. 

The ManEx Coordinator is the sourcing unit’s leading practitioner for Focussed Improvement activity and Kaizen.  This involves the teaching of problem solving tools and their frameworks, as well as facilitating the application of best practice and sharing of lessons across the sourcing unit.  The ManEx Coordinator provides Teaching, Coaching and Mentoring on WCM issues for all leaders and operators within the sourcing unit. 

Location: Tultitlán Plant

WHAT YOU WILL DO:

  • Technical.  As a minimum standard, ManEx Coordinators require the mechanical skills of a Technical Operator.  This provides them with the Maintain, Improve and Repair knowledge that detailed Continuous Improvement requires.
  • Safety - Utilise all appropriate safety and environmental procedures relating to the Sourcing Unit and allocated equipment to ensure a safe working environment for the whole team.  Understand the legal responsibility placed upon individuals.  Ensure that WCM activities, learning and training are embedded in a positive SHE culture; support teams in assessing risks for Autonomous Activities and Preventative Maintenance including Task Hazard Analysis.
  • Work Place Hazards – Full knowledge of the workplace and hazards within it.  Utilise all appropriate safety and environmental procedures for people, processes, materials, products and equipment relevant to the task.
  • Environment – Implement and support WCM issues that reduce environmental impacts and costs associated with utilities, chemicals and product and operational wastes through maximising eco-efficient operation.
  • WCM Facilitation – Full Operating knowledge of WCM pillar structure and how pillars inter-link to deliver and sustain real business improvements.  Inculcates the WCM philosophy of eliminating losses and waste across all factory personnel.
  • Teach, coach and mentor semi-autonomous teams to utilize all necessary WCM tools, linking these to the reduction of losses in the factory.
  • Ensure that semi-autonomous and autonomous teams are adhering to the overall WCM Pillar Plan.
  • Conduct WCM assessments with semi-autonomous and autonomous teams to assist them driving down Losses and Waste.
  • Lead and facilitate WCM workshops, which focus on priority losses (liaise closely with HR, the Skills Trainer and Manufacturing Manager to integrate and synergise all training and analytical interventions).
  • Support the development of local WCM training material, but draw on global material wherever possible.
  • Continuous Improvement - Use performance measures to identify and prioritise losses in production area.  Apply rigorous Cost Deployment and the Zero loss concept to eliminate losses.  Use routine improvements and problem

WHAT YOU´LL NEED TO SUCCEED:

  • Post graduate level education in mechanical, electrical or chemical engineering.
  • Experience of manufacturing in a Fast Moving Consumer Goods Company.
  • Experience as a team member within a project Management team with an awareness of project management tools/techniques.

Unilever is an organisation committed to equity, inclusion and diversity to drive our business results and create a better future, every day, for our diverse employees, global consumers, partners, and communities. We believe a diverse workforce allows us to match our growth ambitions and drive inclusion across the business. At Unilever we are interested in every individual bringing their ‘Whole Self’ to work and this includes you! Thus if you require any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at the time of your application so that we can support you through your recruitment journey.

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