Responsibilities include, but are not limited to; managing environmental issues, managing air, water, and sewage permit applications, monitoring the regulations for changes and developments that impact our operations and reporting to and liaising with regulatory agencies and external consultants as required.
The Plant Manager will be responsible for running the daily operations and assisting in the areas of service, production, manufacturing and/or maintenance to ensure the required business objectives are met in a safe and environmentally compliant manner.
Understands the needs of the medical device market / medical device industry segment and/or geographic area and works to ensure that acquires a significant portion of the business growth in the segment or area.
Assures and optimizes maintenance execution practices and procedures to achieve cost-effective results, including efficient scheduling of resources, proper training and performance of craft personnel, and high-quality execution of work with a focus on safety and reliability.
The Plant Manager will also be responsible for supervising production employees and operational performance; meeting established quality, productivity and cost objectives while ensuring adherence to safety and compliance programs and leads training and compliance initiatives for the plant operations.
Responsible for the configuration, monitoring, support, and scheduled upgrades of a variety of corporate applications. Partner with internal corporate customers and technical support team members to troubleshoot problems and implement maintenance and enhancement changes.
Successful candidates should demonstrate excellent leadership skills, a team-oriented focus, and be able to champion the innovation process to find technical solutions that meet the needs of our customers.
Accountable for all types of membership including; active, deferred, divested, retired, survivor/beneficiary with the ability of providing advance level retirement plan information to the diverse range of membership.