Plant Manager

Job Reference Code: 0311

Location: NV

Last Updated: 04/03/2018

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Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree Required – Type: Business, Engineering, Food Science, Operations Management, or related field.
  • Minimum of 5-8 years manufacturing experience required
  • Minimum of 2-3 years in a significant leadership role in a plant required
  • Manufacturing experience in a Food, Beverages, CPG, Chemical or related industry required.
  • Experience in multiple pillars of TPM (Leadership, Organization Capability, Focused Improvement, Progressive Maintenance, Autonomous Maintenance, Early Management, Supply Chain, Quality and Safety) required.
  • Change Management skills required.
  • Experience with FDA a plus.
  • Key Leadership Competencies in addition to Ethics/Values and Integrity/Trust (Drive for Results, Managing Vision and Purpose, Decision Quality, Building Effective Teams, Action Oriented, Managerial Courage, Strategic Agility, Priority Setting) required.

            
Duties:

Accountability for advancing and sustaining continuous improvement to deliver quality, customer service, safety, innovation, working capital and cost commitments. The Plant Manager will formulate and approve short and long-term operating objectives in areas such as cost reduction, quality improvement, new product development and/or integration at the plant level. Success in this role relies on the ability to build relationships and fully engage all employees in business improvement.

  • Develop and execute plant-specific strategic vision, mission and objectives to assure continuous improvement and alignment with the Company’s vision, mission and objectives.
  • Drive employee engagement, training and development to maximize safety, quality, and productivity.
  • Provide direct oversight for the operations management team including production, engineering, maintenance, planning, procurement, quality, and safety along with a strong connection to both finance and human resources.
  • Provide leadership for assessing and enhancing plant capabilities.
  • Develop and manage facility budget including capital expenditures and cost management.
  • Assure regulatory compliance including but not limited to OSHA, EPA, USDA, FDA, FLSA, EEO, OFCCP and NLRB.
  • Ensure all quality standards, specifications and policies are met or exceeded, drive continuous process/manufacturing improvements and collaborate with Research and Development in product development and implementation.
  • Develop a culture based on open/honest dialogue and involvement of all team members that demonstrates the value of their input/engagement in improving performance.
  • Drive a culture of high performance and accountability in employee and product safety as well as other aspects of the business.
  • Collaborate with Human Resources and other function leaders to create and execute effective employee relations processes and develop managers to do the same in order to maintain a positive working environment

 
 
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