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Production Manager

Tacoma, Washington

Job ID: 58159 Industry: Executive

Nation wide painting company is looking for a Production Manager for their Tacoma location! The right person MUST have a " Customer First" mentality, as they would be the direct contact between clients and the painting crews. Production Manager is responsible for leading crews of painters, managing leads, and supervising job sites- thus they MUST be high energy, organized, and great at Multi-Tasking! Qualified candidate must have a great attitude, be dependable, coachable, and open to feedback. This is great position for somebody who wants to work hard and move up in a growing company!

 

Must be able to fulfill the Essential Functions as listed below-

Marketing- ensure crews are following all field marketing (shirts, signs and banners and magnets), assist in home and trade shows, assist with commercial prospecting, and must take and catalog before and after pictures. Production Manager would be performing commercial and residential telemarketing as well as placing signs in strategic areas.

Sales- participate in sales estimates, perform all sales steps as per company standards, up-sell current products, place and send letters to clients, and complete all call backs as directed. 

Production- Collect and Track hours worked on job sites daily and weekly, maintain production schedules in computer database, monitor and direct crews, create job orders and and facilitate production, continually coach, manage and track subcontractors as per company standards, maintain OSHA and EPA certifications, create project plans for all projects, manage client schedules, communicate with clients via email and telephone, and also must keep track of office inventory and equipment. 

Financial- review all job orders and receipts, job cost all projects, deposit checks and participate in monthly performance meetings.

Administrative- update and keep accurate notes daily, maintain subcontractor files and databases, order supplies, maintain strong vendor relationships, manage office facilities and maintenance, answer phones and coordinate messages, prepare weekly goal meetings with Managers, create and maintain reports, organize company functions, coordinate subcontractor attendance at all mandatory subcontractor meetings and develop monthly sales and productions goals.

Human Resource- maintain subcontractor and employee applications, obtain all background checks, manage paperwork for terminations, continually recruit subcontractors, ensure that all all contractors meet Washingtonian L&I  requirements, attend recruiting events and manage crew referral process.

Personal Development- certified in company wide computer programs, participation and certification in company wide leadership programsas well as regional or national training conferences, and other personal development sessions as required or directed by franchise.

 

 

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