$100K — $150K *
Build a meaningful career with a company committed to a cleaner world and a better tomorrow.
Graham Packaging is a leading manufacturer of sustainable packaging. We work with some of the biggest brands in the world to provide them with safe, attractive and convenient packaging that meets the demands of today’s consumer.
Our company offers competitive compensation and an excellent benefits program. But that’s just the beginning of our story. There are many reasons to launch a career with Graham packaging, here are just a few:
We offer training and development opportunities so you can advance in your career with Graham.
We have an excellent safety program, with one of the best safety records in the industry.
Our employees are proud to share that we treat our workforce like family.
We believe in open, transparent communications, starting with senior leadership.
Our company is committed to bringing meaningful change to the sustainability of our products and operations. In 2019 we were honored with the Sustainability Leadership Award from the Business Intelligence Group, and we recently pledged to make all of our products 100% recyclable, compostable or reusable by 2025.
At Graham, we are focused on the possibilities for a better product, a happier customer and a cleaner world. We recognize that when we work together, we can achieve great things. We treat each other with respect, and are united in a shared passion to make sustainable products that make life easier for the consumers who use them.
Come join us in our quest to create a better tomorrow!
Plant Managers are responsible for overall effectiveness of day-to-day manufacturing operations through direction of personnel in the management of safety, quality, customer service, efficient utilization of resources, equipment, materials and manpower procedures and programs. The primary duties of a Plant Manager include:
Understands, follows and enforces all established safety, health, quality GMP and Company policies, procedures and recognized practices.
Understands, follows and enforces all established policies, procedures and recognized practices.
Leads the plant safety initiatives through the participation and development of safety training programs, plant safety meetings, safety audits and by encouraging employee involvement through safety suggestion and recognition programs.
Leads the plant quality initiatives through the implementation of corrective actions from customer or internal complaints, coordinating new product qualifications, and participating in internal and external quality system audits and developing and implementing corrective action plans.
Responsible for the selection, training, growth and development of shift and staff personnel to attain organizational goals
Reviews operating statements for all departments and directs manufacturing operations so that all plant costs are within budgetary standards.
Develops and maintains sound relations with customers and works with them to identify systems improvements and possible supply chain cost reductions.
Ensures continuous improvement plans are developed and implemented to ensure short and long range goals are in process.
Oversees the production planning process to ensure customer requirements are satisfied.
Maintains contact with sales department and customer service to effectively meet and maximize utilization of plant facilities.
Act as the Plant’s Project Manager on new initiatives involving equipment and molds.
Participates in monthly, quarterly and year-end physical inventories in accordance with corporate guidelines.
Oversee the creation and implementation of plants strategic and tactical plans that provided the needed focus and drive to achieve the plant and overall company objectives.
Drive continuous improvement plans using Operation Excellence tools across cross functional departments.
Promote an open door and team building environment policy.
May be responsible for special projects related to other functional areas.
0-25% travel may be required.
A Bachelor’s Degree and/or related plant management experience; or equivalent combination of education and related plant management experience is required. A minimum of five years’ experience in an operations supervisory or management role in a manufacturing environment with demonstrated leadership skills strongly preferred. Six Sigma, Lean, and/or Kaizen experience preferred.
Plant Managers are required to interact with other managers, employees, vendors, and customers. Therefore, the following skills and proficiencies are also essential requirements of the position:
Ability to maintain regular, predictable, and punctual attendance.
Computer usage and typing skills are essential.
Excellent verbal and written communication, including the ability to effectively communicate with internal and external customers.
Must be able to work under pressure and meet deadlines, while maintaining a positive attitude and providing exemplary customer service.
Ability to work independently and to carry out assignments to completion within parameters of instructions given, prescribed routines, and standard accepted practices.
Communicates effectively: conveys facts and information clearly both verbally and orally.
Collaborates well with others: proactively contributes to group objectives; volunteers to help others.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.
Graham Packaging is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, religion, creed, age, national origin, physical or mental disability, gender identity and/or expression, marital status, veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.
Valid through: 11/4/2020
$150K — $200K
11 days ago