Green Bay Packaging's Arkansas Kraft Division is a fully-integrated pulp and paperboard mill. Being fully integrated means we utilize a large percentage of recycled materials to produce Kraft linerboard and medium. By recycling fiber in various forms, we are able to conserve substantiallandfill acres annually. Average daily production of unbleached Kraft linerboard and medium is between 1,100 and 1,250 tons. Our staff of educated,experienced and highly skilled employees is dedicated to producing only the highest quality paperboard in the industry. Facility Capabilities:
- A two paper machine, fully integrated facility with pulp/power/and recycled fiber capacity.
- Linerboard and corrugating medium production capability in basis weights from 26#/MSF to 69# /MSF
- Quality is part of the development and production process all along the line. Our ISO 9001:2008 certification underscores our commitment to continuous improvement.
- Green Bay Packaging was founded on the idea of finding innovative solutions to meet specific customer needs. Over the years, those needs have changed. What hasn't changed is our commitment. Our focus is on channeling all of our advanced, affordable packaging solutions available to exceed expectations for performance, customer service, and quality.
Reporting to the Manager of Maintenance and Reliability, the Mechanical Maintenance Superintendent for the Arkansas Kraft Division will have financial and operating responsibility for safety, quality, cost, productivity, and management of the mill mechanical maintenance and reliability group. This position must focus on a steadfast commitment to safety and environmental stewardship, sustaining the highest department quality and productivity levels, managing asset quality; ensuring the manufacturing reliability of equipment focusing on reducing and minimizing process downtime. The primary focus for the Superintendent will be to provide strong leadership that builds future success of the business and development of an empowered, highly motivated department. With the support of management, the Mechanical Maintenance Superintendent will lead and manage activities around asset management by maintaining and enhancing the plant’s property and equipment, improving substandard facilities, and requesting funds to upgrade facilities through budgets and capital funding requests.
An undergraduate degree in engineering is preferred, experience in lieu of a degree may be considered. CMRP designation will be considered a plus. The Mechanical Maintenance Superintendent should have at least 12 years of progressively more accountable maintenance and reliability experience – ideally within the paper industry. While qualified candidates may come from outside the paper industry, it is expected that they will have similar experience in a highly automated process and heavy industrial manufacturing environment, and be accustomed to large-scale production in a commodity driven low-cost business. While expertise in all aspects of maintenance excellence and engineering life cycle design is critical, it is equally important that the successful candidate have a proven record of developing and implementing training and reliability programs and systems. Qualified candidates will have keen business acumen, combined with strong fiscal awareness and understanding – particularly as it relates to cost control/reduction, budgeting and capital expenditures.
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In addition to a competitive salary, the selected candidate will enjoy a comprehensive benefit package including medical, dental, prescription drug, Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability and company matching 401(k).
Green Bay Packaging Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.