1. Visibly and substantially support the safety culture through proactive employee engagement and by making safety a part of every action/decision.
2. Set expectations, accountability, and standards to meet and exceed production objectives for the reporting period. Routinely (i.e. daily) verify performance to standards through in person area monitoring and data review.
3. Second level trouble shooting (in coordination with shift operators) in evaluating and correcting failures in the manufacturing process.
4. Develop work place culture and environment that promotes high performance through coaching, teamwork, and visible leadership.
5. Execute an operator training and qualification plan to meet the near term needs of the business and also support the long term integrity of the operating team.
6. Ensure operator accountability to performance and conduct standards. Implement corrective action per policy when warranted.
7. Prepare periodic (daily, weekly) reports summarizing performance to key operating standards (process yields, inventory, energy usage, overtime, etc).
8. Coordinate operators and maintenance support to execute scheduled and unscheduled system repairs. Ensure adherence to restart schedule.
9. Update Standard Operating Procedures to current practice and write procedures for new or modified processes.
10. Ensure availability of raw materials and consumables through coordination with purchasing and interplant product transfers.
11. Establish proper housekeeping standards with sustainability.
Experience in supervisory/leadership role. Experience in a chemical manufacturing environment preferred.
Degree with emphasis in chemical/mechanical processes is required. BS in engineering discipline, Naval Operations, and trade school degree.
Experis is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE/AA)