The Production Manager establishes and organizes all of the manufacturing units, from the processing of materials to the assembly of parts. He orchestrates everything according to the variables involved, to cite only the production cost, the processing time granted, the quality control that remains to be carried out, the volume of the order as well as the aspects related to HSE.
• Set up a production plan
• Establish and manage a dashboard
• Assign material resources and objectives to each operational unit
• Train staff
• Ensure compliance with production standards, while taking into account different constraints (deadline , budget, volume…)
• Analyze the performance of production processes
• Propose or validate improvements
• Manage relations with investors and subcontractors
• Excellent mastery of the economic and organizational challenges of aeronautical industrialization
• Excellent managerial and analytical capacity
• Ability to work in a team
• Ability to motivate a team
• Perfect mastery of production management programs and productiveness
• Rigor in the face of imposed constraints by the specifications
• Good command of English
To become a Production Manager, an engineering degree in industrialization or a Master Pro aeronautics is often desired. Some companies, however, accept licensees with solid experience in management and aeronautical construction.
The Production Manager earns at least 2,200 euros net per month.
The position of Production Manager can evolve to that of Office Director or Technical Director after ten years of experience. Its occupant may even embrace the function of Director General.
• Industrial production manager