The Site Manager is responsible for effectively planning, directing and coordinating all activities for the vinyl powder compound operations at assigned plant. These activities include safety, environmental, quality, production and cost.
Identifying business development opportunities that are aligned with client agendas and develop compelling business case/response to new business opportunities. Shape and Lead Business Transformation Programs
Define, propose and monitor the Maintenance and Improvement (M&I) plans and objectives in accordance with the Engineering Policy, Key Principles and the M&I Activity as outlined in the Nestlé Engineering Excellence (NEE) master document.
The Manufacturing Manager will manage and coordinate department personnel, inventory and capital resources to assist manufacturing of products. Coordinate department activities to meet customer demands and company goals.
Directs the maintenance repair of plant equipment, machines, buildings and grounds and manages the work order system. Maintains all necessary maintenance records and prepares required reports to monitor productivity, OEE, and PM effectiveness. Drive improvement.
The Plant Materials Manager manages all material functions for the flow of materials, from supplier through production to customer, ensuring maximum customer service, minimum inventory investment, minimum transportation costs and efficient plant operations.
Responsible for understanding the many different businesses and business groups, their use of control panels, electrical components, electromechanical components, automation control, sensors & transducers.