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Plant Engineering Supervisor (Industrial Manufacturing)

Our client, a worldwide industrial manufacturing company with multiple locations throughout the U.S is currently seeking an Plant Engineering Supervisor for the Goshen, NY, facility. This position will assist in the planning and coordination of activities involved in industrial manufacturing including the management of plant employees across various organizations.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Manage regional profitability
Drive yields through better sourcing of downstream commodity buyers and/or better pricing
Constantly reduce overhead, direct costs and waste, improving destruction productivity to ensure we have the lowest processing costs in the industry
Create a lean operations model
Build processes, metrics, and a culture that strives for continuous improvement
Create lean work centers using Toyota Lean principles and champion regular Kaizen events
Create playbooks of work process best practices that can be exported to other facilities
Build an industry leading, passionate and results driven team
Work closely with Managers and Human Resources to ensure people management best practices are in place
Achieve an "best places to work" both regionally and within industry
Export talent to other locations to promote company culture and values
Other
Contribute to the corporate strategy development
Ensure employee safety and health and compliance with Environmental Stewardship standards
Ensure facility uptime thru effective oversight of maintenance programs and equipment

Position Qualifications (Required):
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical, Chemical, Electrical or General Engineering is preferred
Five to ten years of operations supervision responsibility
Experience across multiple operations functions (manufacturing, Purchasing, Facilities, etc )
Passionate about Lean and continuous improvement
Experience building/restructuring one or more operations
Maintenance experience a strong plus.
EMS ISO 14001 awareness
Must be able to lift up to 25 lbs

Compensation: DOE

Interested? If you have any questions please call Dale at 707.820.7900 or via linked-in at http://www.linkedin.com/in/dalepcorrea

Thank you for your interest!

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