Plant Manager

Job Description

Our client, located in the Olympia, Washington area, has an immediate opening for a Plant Manager.

Essential Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Promotes a proactive and sustainable environmental, health and safety culture that supports zero incident” goal and that exceeds local, state and federal requirements
  • Directs operational effectiveness to maximize efficiency and productivity
  • Ensures customer delivery and quality expectations are met
  • Plans and oversees the implementation of capital improvement projects to ensure adherence to approved plans, schedules and budgets
  • Responsible for all aspects of financial management of the plant; controls spending in all areas including capital, labor, energy and inventory
  • Resolves operational, manufacturing, employee and customer issues
  • Prepares and compiles various analysis and reports pertaining to plant utilization, labor efficiencies, materials usage, scrap, and labor
  • Responsible for compliance with Good Manufacturing Practices (“GMP”) in food and/or pharmaceutical to consistently manufacture products according to quality standards, as well as other customer and regulatory quality standards
  • Works closely with customer contacts (quality and purchasing) to ensure coordination of activities and facilitation of customer relationship; participates in the resolution and prevention of customer complaints, and promotes solid customer relations in partnership with the commercial organization
  • Responsible for the overall development of people and skills throughout the plant to support talent management
  • Actively works to build high engagement of coworkers
  • Manages team of direct reports and is responsible for employee selection, development, mentoring, and performance management. Responsible for overall talent management and employee engagement; cultivates an environment of safety, high performance, and ethical and legal compliance; addresses employee relations issues
  • Keeps informed of technical and management developments to assure continued personal growth and to coach employees toward optimum performance
  • Expected Travel: 10%

Qualifications:

  • Education: Bachelor's Degree Engineering or related field preferred; minimally, Business Administration or similar
  • Master's degree preferred
  • Minimum of ten years plant supervisory experience required, including three years in operations management
  • Proven track record of success in a large operation in the plastics packaging industry
    Experience overseeing functions such as accounting or finance, safety and human resources, and quality preferred
  • Knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, leadership technique, production methods, and coordination of people and resources

For consideration submit resume to ken@northpointsearchgroup.com




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Details

Location
Olympia WA
Date Posted
8/14/2019