Production Manager


Simpsonville, SC, US, 29681

REQ ID:  46841

SEE designs and delivers packaging solutions that protect essential goods transported worldwide, preserve food, enable e-commerce and digital connectivity, and help create a global supply chain that is touchless, safer, less wasteful, and more resilient.

SEE strives to foster a caring, high-performance growth culture that will deliver consistent, sustainable profitable growth and accelerate our performance – a culture where accountability is clear and aligned, and where we reward business outcomes and impact. Our culture guides everything we do – how we partner with our customers and suppliers, attract and retain top talent, and create value for our stakeholders.

SEE generated $5.5 billion in revenue in 2023 and has approximately 17,000 employees. The company operates out of 46 countries/territories, and our products are distributed in 115 countries/territories around the world. To learn more, visit

Job Description

The Group Performance Leader (previously referred to as Production Supervisor) is responsible for the on-time execution of the production schedule by the shop floor, as well as reporting performance and issues into the daily integration/Tier meetings.  


•    Perform a daily review of the past 24 hours at the beginning of their day.
•    Manage the Department War Room and ensure that performance KPI’s are updated.  War room updates and performance KPI’s are critical for reporting the shift’s performance on a daily basis.
•    Lead the daily Tier 1 War Room including Safety, Quality, Engineering, and Maintenance representation.
•    Partner with the maintenance department to coordinate planned maintenance activities.  The GPL will ensure the equipment is prepared prior to maintenance intervention as defined in the daily War Room.
•    Create the daily plan based on the output of the daily review, integration, and daily schedule meetings.  This allows the GPL and Team Performance Leader (TPL) to manage the key daily activities that need to be completed.  
•    Support problem solving activities related to safety, quality and performance on the shop floor.
•    When required, elevate problems to the Value Stream Leader (VSL).
•    Ensure that teams are completing routine assessments on team effectiveness.  The GPL will act as a “Coach for the Coaches” for the respective TPL’s in their area.
•    Responsible for administering disciplinary action.
•    Accountable for safety, quality, and productivity KPI’s in their area.  The GPL and Maintenance leadership will partner to share joint accountability for improving and sustaining autonomous and preventative maintenance by the operators.  
•    Provide support for all continuous improvement efforts which include implementation of new standards, procedures, and improvements.
•    Has $50MM responsibility.


•    Production Operators
•    Shift Leads
•    Support Personnel (i.e., Operations, Production Control, RD&E, Training, Human Resources, Accounting/Finance, Quality, etc.)

•    Has full managerial responsibility:  has direct reports (50 people minimum), assigns work to staff, provides coaching and training, sets goals, is accountable for performance evaluation, plans staff development, and makes and approves people management decisions either alone or in collaboration with management and HR (including recruitment, promotions, terminations, and compensation).


•    Engineering degree required
•    8-10 years manufacturing experience
•    Green Belt Certification preferred


•    Able to work both independently and within a team, generating results with general/minimal guidance from management
•    Excellent written and verbal communication skills along with professional presentation and negotiation skills
•    Must be flexible, innovative and comfortable in setting own priorities
•    Polished presentation, business acumen and facilitation skills
•    Good understanding of lean manufacturing principles
•    Experience with high volume operations
•    Strong organization and planning skills
•    Change Agent Experience


Requisition id: 46841 

Relocation: No  

SEE is committed to attracting, selecting, and developing talent that reflects the diversity of the communities and customers we serve. We take pride in our selection process to identify,  infuse, and grow talent to align with our culture, values, and norms. SEE prioritizes talent development, fostering a culture of continuous growth and career progression. The company is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all applicants for employment and to all employees, without regard to race, color, religion, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, protected disability, veteran status, or any other protected status in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. 

*Please be cautious of fraudulent recruiting efforts using the SEE name or logo. SEE will never request private information during the application process, such as a Driver's License or Social Security Number. If you have any concerns about information received from SEE during the application process, please reach out to us directly at [email protected]




It is our responsibility to leverage what we have to affect positive and meaningful change for our communities and planet using Sealed Air’s global resources and expertise.

Corporate sustainability. It’s about improving the lives of people around the world by addressing pressing needs in the communities where we and our customers operate.

Customer Success. Meeting our customers' needs. At Sealed Air it’s more than a goal, it’s an integral part of our business practices, our innovative solutions, and our values.

Leaving our communities better than we found them through dedication of time, talent and resources.

Nearest Major Market: Greenville
Nearest Secondary Market: South Carolina

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