J&J Family of Companies BUSINESS UNIT MANAGER in Juarez, Mexico
Biosense Webster Inc., a member of Johnson & Johnson’s Family of Companies, is recruiting for a Business Unit Manager. This position will be based at the Salvarcar facility in Juarez, Mexico.
Hi-Tech meets Medical Devices at Biosense Webster! If you want to work with brilliant people in a fast paced environment, help make a huge difference in patient’s lives and want to be responsible for providing the most innovative technology in the field of cardiac electrophysiology, then Biosense Webster is the place for you! Our vision and mission are clear - be #1 in rhythm solutions globally and cure AF (Atrial Fibrillation), the most common heart arrhythmia. Our products are used by prominent physicians around the world and help improve thousands of patient’s lives. Simply put, we are a highly innovative entrepreneurial company with a truly global and diverse culture, backed with the support structure of the Johnson & Johnson Corporation - quite a winning combination! Our commitment to quality and our Credo have helped us achieve significant milestones as a company.
Biosense Webster is the world leader in the $2.5 billion worldwide electrophysiology market and our company is in the enviable position of being one of the fastest growing businesses within Johnson & Johnson. We have achieved double digit growth consistently over the last decade and aren’t stopping as we look towards the future. Our product portfolio remains strong and further proves we are an innovative leader in cardiac electrophysiology. In order to continue this great growth trajectory, we need to bring on board top talent like you to help fuel our future! Our growth has also enabled a relentless focus on talent development by providing many new opportunities for our employees to expand their knowledge and grow their careers. Our commitment to developing our leaders is unwavering. Our investment in people, technology, and innovation make us one of the best places to work within one of the most admirable corporations in the world.
The Business Unit Manager will:
Direct and coordinate all manufacturing activities, safety, talent development and continuous improvement activities for a business unit within a manufacturing network.
Manage plant personnel to maximize quality, service, talent development, safety, environmental compliance and profitability.
Manage manufacturing, process engineering and the cross-functional leadership team of a manufacturing site.
Coordinate implementation of new process, information management systems and product technologies.
Lead the development of goals and objectives, action plans and talent development plans for the organization.
Develop and participate the manufacturing plant’s strategic plan.
Lead a team of approximately 400-800 associates.
Align operational objectives across value streams.
Develop objectives, allocate resources and manage priorities for the assigned business unit.
Establish goals and operational objectives in alignment with the relevant sector and customer base.
Maintain connection with cross-functional partners, collaborating to ensure that objectives related to Quality, Reliability of Supply, Safety, Profitability and Talent Development are met.
Implement systems and procedures to ensure equipment and machinery comply with Safety and Environmental performance standards.
Manage production plan and finished goods inventories.
Develop all capital investment budgets and operational expenses supporting business needs.
Provide cost variance analysis and improvement actions.
In partnership with Commercial, Quality and Research & Development partners, lead improvements in product and process performance, in response to customer needs.
Understand Quality System Regulations (QSRs).
Ensure compliance with ISO and QSR regulations.
Reviews and recommends modification to current policies and procedures, in compliance with regulations, to address continuous improvement opportunities.
Lead collaborations across functional teams.
Create an environment where Credo values are followed and continuously strengthened.
Provide leadership to meet diversity and inclusion opportunities.
Ensure that talent development needs are identified and addressed through training and development opportunities.
Develop and implement Safety Culture and Health improvement programs.
A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree is required, preferably in Business Administration, Pharmacology, Engineering or Science. Master’s degree preferred.
A minimum of 8 years of Operations, Quality or related experience within the Medical Device or Pharmaceutical industry is required.
A minimum of 5 years of experience in a management/supervisory role is required.
Must have strong leadership skills.
Experience working in a FDA regulated environment is required.
Knowledge of the following is required: Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs), Quality Assurance, Quality System Regulations (QSRs), Production Planning, Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS), building and equipment maintenance, New Product Introductions (NPIs).
Experience with financial/business planning required.
Project management experience is preferred.
Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) is required.
Knowledge of Process Excellence tools (Lean, Six Sigma) preferred.
Process Excellence/Six Sigma (Green or Black Belt) Certification is preferred.
Must have excellent communication, interpersonal relation and negotiation skills.
Bilingual in English and Spanish preferred.
Experience collaborating with the end to end supply chain to meet customer needs preferred.
The ability to translate business goals and objectives into local and end to end supply chain strategies is required
This position will require up to 10% domestic and international travel.
This position will be located in Juarez, Mexico. Candidates currently residing in the U.S. can remain in the U.S., but will be required to commute to one of the Juarez, Mexico facilities on a daily basis.
North America-United States-Texas-El Paso
Cordis de Mexico S.A. de C.V. (8286)