GATX Corporation, founded in 1898, is the leading global railcar lessor. Our competitive advantage is our full-service leasing business model, including a world-class railcar maintenance network. One of 8 maintenance facilities across North America, our Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan Service Center provides a full array of services, including repairing, qualifying, painting, cleaning, and blasting railcars. GATX searches for extraordinary individuals who are creative, intuitive, driven, intellectually curious, and eager to join a dynamic organization where high-quality work, collaboration, and dedication are vital parts of our corporate culture.
Reporting to the Service Center Manger, the Quality Manager provides leadership and direction of the quality system at the Moose Jaw Service Center to influence and help Service Center Managers implement the GATX Maintenance Group Strategic Initiatives. The focus will be to manage the quality maintenance system and its components to ensure compliance to regulatory and GATX requirements. To act as a technical resource for investigating and resolving car issues, customer complaints, and audit exceptions. This position will focus on extensive research and analysis of quality. It is an independent, cross-functional, key position that contributes significant knowledge and influence to the GATX Maintenance Group in order to achieve our defined initiatives.
GATX OFFERS EXCELLENT BENEFITS
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include, but are not limited to the following:
The Quality Manager interacts primarily with Operations senior managers, department managers, service center managers and shop floor personnel. Through these interactions, the person in this position embodies the Lean tenet of “Go See, Ask Why, Show Respect,” in order to gain the trust of colleagues and effectively lead positive change. The incumbent must also be able to prepare, present, and defend recommendations and decisions to project sponsors and senior management.
Education and/or Experience Required (including certifications):
Key Competencies (non-technical behavioral skills, i.e. presentation, negotiation, customer service skills), in priority order. Select from “key competencies for job descriptions” list:
Other (i.e., physical requirements, travel, etc. that is not covered above):
NOTE: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.
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