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Guerbet is a leader in medical imaging worldwide, offering a wide range of pharmaceutical products, medical devices, digital and AI solutions for diagnostic and interventional imaging, to improve the diagnosis and treatment of patients.

A pioneer since more than 90 years in the field of contrast media, Guerbet is continuously innovating with 9% of revenue dedicated to Research & Development and four centers in France, Israel and the United States.

Guerbet (GBT) is listed on Euronext Paris (segment B – mid caps) and generated €817 million in revenue in 2019 with a global workforce of over 2,800 employees.

Achieve, Cooperate, Care and Innovate are the values that Guerbet's employees share and practice every day. Working at Guerbet means playing a unique part in the future of medical imaging. Passionate about its business, the company strive day in, day out to combine performance, quality and sustainable development.

For more information about Guerbet, please go to www.guerbet.com  and follow Guerbet on Twitter @GuerbetGroup

 

Production Line Leader

Job Summary

The Production Line Leader is responsible for providing daily production leadership, personnel guidance, and support for the production work center. The Line Leader will be an active participant within the team and will serve as the primary day-to-day operations lead.  Line Leader will possess detailed knowledge and understanding of the work center based upon cumulative job-specific experience, manufacturing certifications, and specialized training. This position requires good communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to lead team members toward the completion of production objectives. Line Leaders must have a thorough working knowledge of area SOP’s and be able to interpret and apply Good Manufacturing Practices.

Job Responsibilities

1.    Completing daily and weekly production goals in the assigned work center
2.    Organizing and leading work team(s)
3.    Scheduling daily rotation assignments
4.    Demonstrating self-direction and initiative
5.    Assisting with training and mentoring of new hires and temporary employees
6.    Demonstrating flexibility and adaptability in response to changing production schedules and staffing arrangements
7.    Assisting the Production Supervisor with employee reviews
8.    Effectively communicate production delays to different levels of leadership
 

Job Requirements

Education required/ preferred:  

HS graduate or GED; associates degree preferred but not required


Experience:    

Minimum of five years of work-specific experience as an operator, setup, or mechanic

Preferred Skills/Qualifications:  

1.    Good verbal and interpersonal communication skills
2.    Leadership or supervisory experience
3.    Sound decision-making skills
4.    Good math, reading, writing skills
5.    Basic computer skills to include Word Processing, Spreadsheet, and Electronic mail.

Skills/Competencies:    

1.    BPCS knowledge
2.    Able to operate electric jacks
3.    Mental and visual acuity for production of quality product
4.    Attention to detail