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Jobs in production

In the offices and workshops, the production teams perpetuate the know-how and the high level of quality which make the reputation of the Michelin Group. Whether they work with synthetic rubber, blends, fabrics, metal products or molds, operators bring to life ever more innovative and effective products.

Various jobs for unique path

Pam

Machine Operator

Pam Chavis
My goal is to build the carcass of the tire while ensuring rigorous safety and quality standards are followed.

I currently work in Confection Finishing on the tire building machine operator (PAP) building earthmover tires. This particular machine combines materials from another department to start building the sidewall of the tire.

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PAP Operator

My goal is to build the carcass of the tire while ensuring rigorous safety and quality standards are followed. Some of these include verifying the products and watching for any hazards to protect myself, my team and our customers.

Our employees The highlights
During my Day I...
Communicate

As a personnel “spoke”, I attend monthly meetings and share the information with my team including the Business Unit Leader. I also organize the monthly call-in and vacation schedule.

Analyze

By using an hour by hour chart I am able to track my progress to ensure I am meeting my daily goals as well as documenting any issues that may have happened that day.

Teamwork

In order to meet my goals and deliver on the customer commitment it’s important I work with other departments to ensure the right product is being delivered at the right time.

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The main jobs in the field of production

With a strong heritage of industrial know-how, the Michelin Group has always paid particular attention to the production and development of women and men who, every day, allow the company to maintain its high level of quality.

Vignette

Production Line Manager

Manages the activities of a team of production workers to ensure the progress of manufacturing operations according to specifications and production times.
Ensures compliance with volume objectives, costs and losses as well as predefined quality standards.

Production manager

Directs and tracks all production activities within a given area to optimize the use of organizational resources while meeting volume and production cost specifications.

Workshop manager

Manages, animates and advances its workshop to reach the objectives elaborated and fixed with the Site Manager.
Animates its multidisciplinary team to exploit all the means of production.
Pilot the risk analysis of his workshop.
Enforces and evolves prevention plans.

Sector Manager

Manages and manages an area of ​​responsibility to achieve the objectives set and defined in terms of security, quantity, quality, cost and time, in the respect of people and customers.
Participate in the development of the Annual Plan.
Ensures the application of the Environment and Prevention rules within its area of ​​responsibility.