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Friday, April 3, 2015

New Job: Plant Manager

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Plant Manager

Direct Production, Operations, Maintenance and Engineering. Lead the effort to improve overall productivity and profitability. Solid track record mentoring and developing personnel. 

Responsible for overall safe and efficient plant operations. This position is also responsible for coaching and developing subordinate staff. Additional responsibilities include:

  • Responsible for management of all plant operations;
  • Responsible for oversight of Environmental, Health and Safety compliance through implementation and enforcement of all governmental regulations;
  • Responsible for administration and enforcement of Homeland Security;
  • Control of operation costs in order to achieve budget;
  • Directing Managers in equipment maintenance and protection programs to maximize life expectancy of all hard assets;
  • Oversee customer satisfaction through producing and delivering on-time products in proper quantities, shipping and correct invoicing;
  • Implement long-term planning concepts, directives and goals as outlined by Senior Corporate Management;
  • Responsible for employee compliance with all operations and plant operating policies and procedures;
  • Responsible for establishing and maintaining effective communication and coordination with Company personnel and management;
  • Bachelor's degree in Engineering. MBA preferred but not required;
  • 7+ years of management experience;
  • Proven track record of leadership, productivity improvement, profitability and personnel development while maintaining site Health, Safety and Environmental standards; and
  • 10+ years of process industry experience.

If you are interested in learning more, or to apply for this job, submit your resume here.

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