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CURRENT OPPORTUNITY: Production Superintendent

Production Superintendent

Compensation: up to $120k

Bonus: 10%

Reports to: Site Manager

Client: Confidential

Location: East GTA



SUMMARY:

Reporting to the Site Manager, the Production Superintendent is responsible for the leadership of the production department through the direction of shift supervisors and the production operating personnel to meet or exceed budgeted production requirements.


In addition, the Production Superintendent ensures that all operations are compliant with environmental health and safety requirements by providing leadership in the promotion of safety programs.


KEY FUNCTIONS & RESPONSIBILITIES: The specific responsibilities of the role, while not limited to, include:

  • Analyze the daily production performance log to ensure that process requirements are met and reporting problems to the attention of support department(s) and management

  • Create changes to the process or equipment in order to maintain or increase production and the reduction of downtime

  • Recommend improvements to maximize productivity and output

  • Track operating costs to meet budgetary requirements

  • Participate in the labour relations initiatives within the operating group and preside over grievance and disciplinary meetings at the second step

  • Ensure provision of training materials are available for the operating personnel

  • Prepare budget data and analysis to support budget submission on an annual basis

  • Liaise with Sales, Purchasing and Quality Control to provide comprehensive production scheduling

  • Schedule available manpower to ensure continued operations at all times

  • Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned from time to time

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:

Following are the minimum requirements for the position:

  • University, community college or related experience in the Chemical Process Industry

  • Exceptional leadership, motivational, organizational, problem solving and conflict resolution abilities

  • Strong people skills and energetic approach to problem solving and daily responsibilities

  • Strong working knowledge of plant operations relative to environmental, health and safety

  • Exceptional communication skills

  • Ability to multi-task

  • Ability to project a positive public image


TO APPLY: Please submit your resume in confidence, by e-mail to: ian@storygroup.ca.


The STORY Group is committed to fair and accessible employment practices. Upon request, suitable accommodations are available under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) to applicants invited to an interview.


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