The Plant Manager is responsible for overall plant operations. The Plant Manager has direct responsibility of the facility’s safety, quality, service, productivity, administrative and financial performance. This is accomplished through leading, directing and managing the subordinate department managers and office staff. The Plant Manager is also responsible for employee development, staffing, project management and annual operating budget preparation and recommendations.

The Plant Manager is the main point of contact between the company’s corporate office and the respective manufacturing location. The Plant Manager works closely with corporate accounting, Human Resources and freight operations. The Plant Manager is responsible for developing the culture of the facility and successfully leading the operation by practicing Core Values. This position provides leadership for the facility and sets goals and executes strategies to meet corporate and regional business objectives. The Plant Manager reports directly to the Regional Manufacturing Manager and at the executive level, to the Director of Manufacturing Operations.

The responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to:

  • Ensure a safe work environment for all employees and maintain a safe working record. Administer proper safety practices and procedures
  • Oversee manufacturing operations. Meet or exceed quality, productivity and maintenance expectations
  • Ensure excellent customer service through professional fleet operation, customer relations and proper inventory
  • Manage proper staffing levels and facilitate employee training, development and career progression
  • Prepare annual operating budgets for plant operations. Meet or exceed budget requirements
  • Ensure proper management of all raw materials, finished goods and equipment inventories
  • Facilitate various operational programs and ensure plant compliance
  • Prepare weekly, monthly and annual financial reports
  • Maintain appropriate communications with other manufacturing facilities and offices
  • Understand and practice CORE VALUES
  • Maintain and build job skills through company and outside training programs
  • Promote a positive and transparent work environment
  • Ensure proper management of operating supply purchases via the internal purchase order system or company credit card.

Job Skills:

This position should possess the following skills/knowledge:

  • Excellent leadership skills
  • Intermediate computer skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Ability to communicate at different levels within the organization
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills

Educational Requirements:

  • 4 year Business or Technical degree preferred

Physical Requirements:

  • Employee will be lifting heavy objects and must have the ability to lift 25 pounds

City
Mendota
Province/State
IL
Job Type
Full-Time Regular
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