Facilities Micro Regional Lead - Northern California
Location:
San Francisco , California
Posted:
March 07, 2017
Reference:
4322161216/3-en-us

LifeScan, a member of Johnson & Johnson's Family of Companies, is currently recruiting for a Facilities Micro Regional Lead – Northern California, based in one of the following J&J facilities: Menlo Park, CA / Fremont, CA / San Francisco, CA / San Jose, CA / Vacaville, CA 

LifeScan is the leading manufacturer of blood glucose monitoring systems in the U.S.  More than 5 million people depend on the company’s OneTouch® Brand Products for simple testing and accurate results to help them manage their diabetes.  In addition, OneTouch® products are recommended by more Healthcare Professionals than any other brand.  Consisting of a portable electronic meter and disposable reagent test strips, our systems provide results in just 5 seconds and include tools to help transform results into actionable health care decisions.  To learn more visit www.OneTouch.com. 

The Facilities Micro Regional Lead – Northern California will be responsible for:
Owning overall accountability for driving EFM regional capabilities within a select group of assigned facilities and outsourcing partners
Being the single point of accountability and delivering quality, safe, compliant, and productive workplace environments, across each site within a micro-region, with a high-touch customer service orientation
Delivering facilities maintenance operations, infrastructure management, and onsite employee and business services across manufacturing and / or non-manufacturing environments
Reporting directly into the Sub-Regional Lead and is accountable for efficient delivery of site services, maintenance and utilities operations, project delivery, move services, and all facilities operations, utilizing an effective balance of internal employees and service providers
Overseeing multiple sites that fall within the applicable micro-region
Key relationships including managing complex coordination with outsourced vendors to ensure successful implementation and management of the program as well as establishing clear lines of engagement with business customers, Regional and Sub-Regional EFM leadership, COE Organization, and select key Support Partners (e.g., Finance, IT, HR, and / or Procurement) to drive consistency and high quality across all sites within Micro-Region
Serve as primary site liaison for EHSS compliance (as appropriate)
Establish high performance and continuous improvement culture driven by key performance metrics, benchmarking, and sharing of best practices
Implement business continuity plans and infrastructure management programs
Ensure compliance with external and internal requirements across all sites within micro-region
Ensure sites are in compliance with good commercial, laboratory and manufacturing practices, and other regulations
Provide consistency and visibility across supply chain and non-supply chain sites
Establish and enforce methodologies to generate savings and optimize the business while deepening the regional focus
Deliver value and efficiency by championing standardized best practices and spearheading execution within a designated micro-region
Support Project Development and Delivery teams on capital and infrastructure projects


Qualifications
A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in is required, preferably in Facilities Management, Engineering, Business Architecture or Business processes.  An advanced degree in a related field is preferred
A minimum of eight (8) years of CRE (Corporate Real Estate) and/or Facilities experience is required
A minimum of five (5) years of demonstrated people management and/or leading teams is required 
MCR (Master of Corporate Real Estate), SLCR (Senior Leader Corporate Real Estate), etc. certifications are preferred
Project Management (PMP) certification is preferred 
Demonstrated leadership driving people and project management is required
Technical skills in Engineering and Facilities Management (i.e. Electrical, HVAC, Landscaping, etc.) is required
Ability to lead diverse teams through change and organizational transformation is required
Ability to coordinate within sites of varying size, complexity and needs with agility and excellence is preferred
Previous experience in budgeting/financial management is preferred 
Ability to travel regularly between local sites and domestic travel up to 50% of the time is required 

Primary Location
United States-California-Menlo Park
Other Locations
North America-United States-California-Vacaville, North America-United States-California-San Francisco, North America-United States-California-San Jose, North America-United States-California-Fremont
Organization
Ethicon Inc. (6045)
Job Function
Facilities (Generalist)

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