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At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for a Director of Sales to join the Legrand Canada Team in Ontario Canada. The Director of Sales will be responsible for the development of the sales and implementation of marketing strategies set forth by the company. Staffing the sales positions with qualified independent agents and/or directs on a timely basis; developing an effective, well trained sales force; motivating the Field Sales Force to high achievement levels through leadership; establishing and developing an effective network while growing key strategic account relationships. Main Job Duties: - Manage and review the performances of all sales channels, agencies and/or directs. Counsel, train, advise and direct their activities in support of the complete Legrand value proposition. - Work in conjunction with the Marketing leadership and Product Managers to coordinate marketing efforts in order to maximize sales volume, product mix and margin. - Prepare annual sales and expense forecast and manage to throughout the year. Manage regional sample budget, monthly forecasting and quarterly regional reports. Responsible for regional budget. - Prepare annual business plan in support of company objectives. Manage, update and implement activities and strategies to support the plan. - Develop key end customer and channel relationships to enhance market /product intelligence as well as creating opportunity, maintaining loyalty and continuity. - Implement and drive the division sales strategy, national channel strategy and related business strategies in concert with management teams. - Directly manages sales team for assigned region, including interviewing, hiring and training employees; planning, assigning and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems. - Establishes and maintains employee performance standards. Works with employees to set goals and define development needs. Provides ongoing, timely feedback and periodic formal performance evaluations, per company guidelines. - Performs other similar and related duties as required.
At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for a remote Territory Sales Manager to join the Data, Power & Control Team in Chicago, IL. Role: Legrand has an excellent opportunity for a sales professional to join the Data, Power, and Control team as Midwest Territory Sales Manager. The TSM is a business-to-business, outside sales representative responsible for building and maintaining relationships with our clients and partners in the data center industry. The TSM has primary responsibility for achieving revenue goals, growth targets, and coordinating all the necessary resources to achieve our business objectives. Focus and dedication to the work will be the keys to success. The Midwest territory includes Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, and Michigan. Why Legrand is an extraordinary opportunity:You will be proud to work here:· Legrand is committed to our Corporate Social Responsibility roadmap, with a focus on Circular Economy, Climate Change, Diversity & Inclusion, and Responsibility in Business.· Legrand leads the data center industry in innovation and market share. You will be set to succeed:· The Midwest territory includes a well-established account base with opportunity for revenue growth and increased market share.· Success is rewarded with outstanding compensation plan that incentivizes high performance. You will be supported in your effort:· You will be joining a team of experienced professionals invested in your success.· We provide product sales training and systems training related to the position.· Legrand offers mentorship opportunities to guide you on your career path. Main Responsibilities:· Sell data center infrastructure solutions, including power distribution units, cabinets, and KVM.· Drive new account acquisition with a focus on Fortune 500 and technology accounts.· Travel within market to meet with prospects and clients to build strong working relationships, develop projects, and drive revenue.· Coordinate the necessary resources to meet the client’s needs including sales support, operations, engineering, product management, and other internal resources.· Work closely with Legrand’s Channel Management team to develop productive working relationships with our partner network.· Design and execute a business plan to maximize sales, profits, and overall customer satisfaction.· Accurately and effectively manage opportunities to meet customer’s schedules and provide a reliable forecast.· Provide regular updates to management on overall territory performance, key performance metrics, and top account results.· Perform other duties as assigned.
At a GlanceLegrand has an exciting opportunity for a Buyer II to join the Finelite Team in Union City, CA. Plans, forecasts, prioritizes and purchases parts for manufacturing, establishes performance contracts with suppliers, and leads cost reduction efforts What Will You Do?1. Reviews and analyzes purchase requisitions2. Coordinates purchasing activities with manufacturing, planning and engineering departments to acquire inventory in a cost effective and timely manner3. Processes purchase requisitions, purchase change orders and requests for quotes to suppliers4. Responsible for procurement business system data input and integrity5. Participates in maximizing the procurement teams’ changes, part parameters, quote table maintenance, supplier database information, error report analysis, and part number/supplier code information6. Performs cost analysis and volume planning for major commodities (e.g., materials, components, equipment and services)7. Monitors the cost, schedule and scope of assigned subcontracts to negotiate highest quality at best value8. Develops new supply sources where vendors and suppliers are no longer competitive9. Interacts closely with suppliers and QA to resolve quality issues10. Works with management to address all aspects of commodity management, including procurement support, commodity business plans, market trends assessment pricing and product availability
At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for an Engineering Intern to join the Cablofil Team in Mascoutah, IL.Assists the Engineering Manager as assigned with the development, testing, design implementation and maintenance of all Cablofil products (may require limited travel to learn of product operations, conditions, and research). What will you do?- Learns and becomes proficient in the company operating processes and engineering software programs such as SolidWorks.- Assists with the development of engineering schedules, budgets, projects and products as assigned.- Assists with development and documentation of processes and techniques utilized on the production floor to ensure consistency and quality to print.- Documents product and packing specifications utilized by production and logistics.- Participate in cross-functional Kaizan improvement teams as needed.- Maintains Cablofil drafting standards in accordance with basic industry drafting and engineering standards.- Assists with the development and maintenance of the parts catalog(s), website, submittals, instruction sheets and operation manual(s) for the assigned products.- Performs other similar and related duties as required.
At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for an Inventory Analyst to join the team at our Scarborough, ON plant. This role will be responsible for maintaining a high level of inventory accuracy and integrity What Will You Do?- Requests and print required reports for cycle counting.- Accurately count items in locations.- Reconcile inventory variances.- Identify item variances requiring recounts based on company policy and request counts.- Recount items for other team members.- Operate various types of Material Handling Equipment (MHE).- Accurately cycle count items per daily cycle schedule.- Audit counts and determine items that require recounts.- Perform bin audits as assigned to fix inventory errors as they occu
At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for a Manufacturing Associate to join the Wiremold Team in West Hartford, CT. Job Summary:Perform fabrication and assembly operations to produce products of all kinds, including more complex operations. Major Responsibilities/Activities:- Complies with all OSHA and Company safety procedures and works in a safe manner to insure both personal safety and safety of others.- Performs all assignments with attention to quality standards of workmanship.- Fabrication and assembly activities include, but are not limited to, pressing, tapping, welding, sealing, labeling, stamping, sawing, cutting, counting, loading and unloading products, cartons, and pallets.- Cutting to length and fabricating wires and assembling power/data devices into products, including terminating connections and testing of assemblies or finished products.- Ability to obtain and maintain wiring certification (if applicable).- Packs, seals, and labels all products utilizing tools and equipment as needed. Makes minor adjustments on assembling and packaging machines and small hand tools to maintain quality.- Uses a variety of hand tools, air screw drivers, tapping machines, automatic and semi-automatic machinery.- Perform material handling functions as needed.- Records, maintains, and reports on materials handled, packed, stored, or transported using applicable company systems.- Places completed work in designated location.- Loads and unloads work in process to machines required in their rotation, including restarts and resets as needed.- Maintains equipment and materials in good repair and maintains an orderly work area consistent with 5C practices and safe work practices.- Performs Total Preventive Maintenance (TPM) schedules and assignments as required for the tools, equipment and small machines used in the performance of this function.- Records quality and productivity information as necessary.- May work alone with periodic supervision or may work with a group depending on the products being assembled or the tools and equipment being operated.- Performs other tasks as directed by Lead/Supervisor/Management- Performs all work in a safety conscious manner. Always aware of dangers and taking all appropriate counter measures to protect yourself and others around you- Duties may be adjusted as needs of business change.- Additional responsibilities may arise through the development of the above listed items
At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for a Manufacturing Engineering Intern to join the Wiremold Team in West Hartford, CT. Role: Assists the Value Stream Team in completion of production projects, standard work documentation, and continuous improvement activities. Supports the Manufacturing Engineer with project related work and other tasks and duties as assigned. Main Job Duties:- Learns and becomes proficient in the company operating processes and engineering software programs such as SolidWorks.- Assists with development and documentation of processes and techniques utilized on the production floor to ensure consistency and quality to print.- Participate in cross-functional Kaizan improvement teams as needed.- Evaluates and implements employee improvements in areas of Safety, Quality, Delivery, and Cost. Researches and justifies potential CAPEX needs for improvement projects.- Develops standard work for production processes with goal of reducing waste and improving consistency in outcomes- Studies and deploys Legrand Way tools to improve productivity in manufacturing and operational processes- Performs other similar and related duties as required.
At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for a TIG Welder to join the Kenall Team in Kenosha, WI. Shift/Hours: (Day Shift) 1st shift: M-F 5:00am - 1:30pm OR (Night Shift) 2nd shift: M-F 3:30 pm - 12:00am. (OT and Saturday's based on production needs). JOB PURPOSE:Set-up and operate TIG/welding equipment; weld cold rolled steel and aluminum. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:- Pass certification test on proper set-up and operation of all welding equipment- Correctly punch in and out on all job assignments- Utilize hand TIG welder to consistently produce quality seam and tack welds- Working from ordinary blueprints, layouts, sketches, templates and/or instructions, operate hand TIG welder to produce high quality lightweight to heavyweight weld assemblies- Set tools, gauges and stops and align work for close tolerance- Check work using simple scales, calipers and/or other measuring tools to maintain quality- Assist in maintaining tools, fixtures, jigs and equipment in a cost-effective manner- Assist in down- or upstream operation to maintain a consistent workflow throughout the process of each job- Accurately complete move ticket transactions and scrap tickets; stock and move loaded pallets to designated areas- Perform other duties as assignedGENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:- Follow safety rules, safe operating procedures and practices; help ensure all employees follow safety rules, procedures and practices- Maintain good housekeeping conditions in work areas- Active participation in on-going individual training/development program(s)- Engage in training of employees and cross-training, perform backup functions to other department members as instructed- Set goals and objectives with Supervisor; look for ways to improve quality and productivity- Report abnormalities in machines, programs, materials, quality and/or processes
At a Glance Legrand has an exciting opportunity for an Advanced Manufacturing Engineer to join the Data, Power, and Control Division in Canonsburg, PA. This individual will be leading packaging improvement projects, in addition, will support the prototype and pilot build processes, collaborating with Product Engineering, Applications Engineering, R&D and Operations to develop, implement, transfer, and establish manufacturing processes required to meet the needs of the operation for both existing and new products. The Advanced Manufacturing Engineer utilizes and supports individual, team, and quality/process improvement efforts, advocates for clearly documented product designs capable of robust/cost-effective/repeatable manufacture (DFM, DFA), and assures manufacturing processes and supply chain meets requirements for process capability, safety, customer service, reliability, and cost. Ensures processes incorporate best practices and create supporting documentation for repeatability. Main Job Duties:- Document our current packaging methods and propose improvements towards our circular economy goals.- Develop and document manufacturing methods for R&D projects. Plan and establish the sequence of operations to fabricate and assemble parts or products to promote efficient utilization. Draft and design layout of equipment, materials, and workspace to illustrate maximum efficiency.- Develop manufacturing process plans to meet safety, ergonomics, process capability, service, quality, and cost. Present process concept proposals and implement approved processes. Promote lean manufacturing, and participate in and/or lead process improvement initiatives.- Monitor quality of production for new launches and assure assigned processes are capable of producing at or above required quality levels. Perform root cause analyses, execute corrective actions, and design/implement engineered solutions when appropriate to maintain effective compliance.- Conduct FMEA, PMFEA, and DOE analysis on new products and VA/VE projects to assure all aspects of manufacturability has been captured, documented, and addressed to assure- Work with production employees to assure production rates are achievable and repeatable by capable operators for new products; adapt existing processes with lessons learned to improve efficiency.- Resolve emergent engineering-related production barriers. Provide technical assistance to operations as necessary to meet the needs of the business. Does what is required to safely get processes back online with minimum production loss.- Provide guidance to product design engineering, manufacturing engineering, and production team members on issues related to product manufacturability. Provide feedback to new product development projects, product line transfer, new process acquisition/implementation, or process improvement.
At a Glance Legrand has an exciting remote opportunity for a Program Manager – DEI and Employee Engagement. What Will You Do?In this newly created role, the Program Manager-DEI and EE will play a critical role in advancing Legrand’s strategy and priorities and fostering a culture of equity and inclusion and engaging employees to contribute to the companies’ goals and targets. You will partner with key leaders, stakeholders, and Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) across the business to drive execution of DEI initiatives. Additionally, in partnership with internal and/or external subject matter experts, you will develop and implement robust programs and training offerings, support the creation of short and long-term DEI goals, track metrics, and develop reports that measure results and inform decision making. You will also partner closely with HR and business/functional leaders to strengthen Legrand’s brand reputation through affective communications and internal and external promotion of diversity and cultural initiatives that support our values. In this role, you will report to the DEI Steer Co Chair and serve as a vital member of the Legrand North America (LNA) DEI Steering Committee. Additionally, the role will have a core responsibility to connect solutions across our EX (Employee Experience/Engagement) portfolio – including employee insights (listening/surveys, assessments), strategy and change management, behavior change and communications that bolsters inclusion, belonging and the sustained commitment of employees to improve spaces where we live, work and meet. Role and Responsibilities (Percentage allocation could vary by year, based on priority initiatives): DEI (60%)· Develop, manage, and support DEI programs and initiatives that support the DEI strategy.· Support the DEI SteerCo and LNCA Strategy by managing the day-to-day operations of the firm's DEI programs and activities, developing agendas, maintaining action registers, prioritizing action items and managing follow-up as needed.· Develop and maintain LNCA DEI performance dashboard.· In collaboration with People Ops & Talent Ops, track and report on demographics, trends and statistics at Legrand and beyond.· Coordinate and synthesize policy and programmatic recommendations for DEI SteerCo and then ExecCo review.· Maintain regular contact with LNCA ERGs, calendars, and schedule quarterly interactions with DEI SteerCo.· Assist in developing, implementing, and facilitating DEI learning and activities for leaders and employees.· Coordinate Legrand's response to external and internal surveys related to DEI, playing a key role in preparing and reviewing client and industry surveys and RFPs.· Represent Legrand at external Diversity events to promote our commitment to diversity, equity and community partnerships. Employee Engagement (40%)· Develop and maintain roadmaps for maximizing EX and drive employee engagement. Be the primary point of contact for LNCA with Legrand Group for the employee engagement survey and processes. · For LNCA, own the Global Employee Engagement survey communication, analysis and action plan strategy and recommended actions based on employee feedback· Programs manage LNCA employee engagement response and related programs to include creating communications and providing updates to Executive Committee· Create and provide consistent framework for periodic pulse surveys (to include cross-LNCA questions and frequency of survey)· Employee engagement for functional executive leaders to assist with talent related programs and processes· Management of WeSpire employee engagement platform and engage with ERGs and other organizational groups Key First Year Deliverables• Develop action plan for GEEIS DEI certification and labeling for gender and LGBTQ+ (CSR) and determine appropriate US equivalent for POC if not GEEIS.• Develop a comprehensive gameplan for developing diversity sourcing relationships by professional job family or career track (H14+)• Develop a service level or fulfillment goals for established diversity sourcing partners• Work with Paradigm on deployment Inclusive Leadership program track completion; administer post program survey and provide insights on barriers and enablers to inclusive management behaviors.• Develop a calendar of internal and external diversity events and milestones across all workforce, workplace, marketplace and community initiatives.• ERG support with organization-wide communications and act as primary point of contact to corporate communications regarding diversity initiatives• Become a super user of the WeSpire platform and engage the single point of contact for LNCA (engaging as process manager)