Critical Corporate Competencies:
- Safety – Work to ensure safety of one’s self and co-workers. Consider safety in design.
- Teamwork – Collaborate with personnel throughout the organization
- Communication – Use verbal and nonverbal communication in creative ways to acquire input from others and lead by influence at levels above and below this position.
- Continuous Improvement – Continuously working to develop and implement sustained improvements in equipment operation and maintenance work processes
- Creative Thinking –Leverage fresh perspectives, breakthrough ideas to improve OEE
- Customer Mindset – Internalizes feedback from Operations, provides innovative ideas to meet future needs
- Sense of Urgency – Fosters a strong sense of urgency in others to meet or exceed goals
- Prioritization – Use time effectively, prevents irrelevant issues from interfering w/ work completion, work through others as appropriate to extend span of influence and effectiveness
- Get Things Done – Maintains a consistent and high level of productivity despite apparent challenges/obstacles
- Navigating Ambiguity – Shows versatility in response to a wide range of situations and knows when to seek help from management or subject matter experts.
Functional Specific Competencies:
- Ability to leverage technical skills along with communication and teamwork to achieve results on emergency and continuous improvement equipment projects.
- Uses an “always learning” mindset to explore new technologies and look for better ways to problems.
- Ability to identify, develop, and clearly articulate creative and logical, and/or innovative solutions to meet the current business need.