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Manager, Inventory and Technical Service in Montreal, QC

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compensation:

$150K - $200K*

specialty:

Supply Chain & Logistics

experience:

11 - 15 years

Job Description

Rayonier Advanced Materials' intellectual property and manufacturing processes have been developed over 86 years, resulting in unique properties and very high quality and consistency. Rayonier Advanced Materials is consistently ranked among the nation's top 50 exporters and delivers products to 79 ports around the world, serving customers in 20 countries across five continents.

Manage inventory, coordinate the sheeting and rewinding operations, plan production block sizes, and provide technical service to customers, account managers, inside sales representatives, and mill personnel to ensure divisional operational objectives are met; provide problem solving and process optimization expertise that integrates mill process knowledge with customer converting needs.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Manage inventory to ensure maximum turns and minimum aging.
  • Determine the mid to long-term production block size and the best sequencing for Sales.See More

    Valid through: 2020-5-20

About Rayonier Advanced Materials

Rayonier Advanced Materials is an American chemical company specializing in cellulose-based products. Headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, it produces more than 25 grades of high-purity performance fibers for products ranging from food, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals to paints, filters, impact-resistant plastics, and digital display screens. In 2014, Rayonier and Rayonier Advanced Materials split into separate companies. Rayonier retained the real estate and forest resource components while Rayonier Advanced Materials took over management of the performance fibers division. Rayonier Advanced Materials roots are traced back to 1926 with the founding of Rainier Pulp and Paper Company in San Francisco, California. Its first mill opened the next year in Shelton, Washington, and Port Angeles on the Olympic Peninsula. The mill used Tsuga heterophylla (western hemlock) trees to create a premium bleached paper pulp. In 1931, Rainier Pulp and Paper began working with the Du Pont chemical company to produce hemlock pulp for the manufacture of rayon. Two additional pulp mills were constructed and began operation in the state of Washington. Rainier Pulp and Paper changed its name to Rayonier, a portmanteau of the words, "rayon" and "Rainier", in 1937, when it became a publicly traded company. The following year, the company acquired timber stands in the southeastern United States and began construction of a Fernandina Beach, Florida, pulp mill, which began production in 1939. In 1944, the company moved its offices to New York City. As World War II ended, Rayonier began making large land purchases in the Pacific Northwest. The Rayonier Foundation was created in 1952 to provide assistance to charitable, civic and education organizations in the communities where Rayonier did business. Rayonier opened international sales offices in Europe and Asia during 1954. That same year, another pulp mill in the southeast was constructed at Jesup, Georgia. High demand prompted the facility to double its capacity by 1957.
Total Jobs:
12
Total Experts:
2
Average Pay:
$120,714
Total value of jobs:
$1,690,000
% Masters:
50%
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