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Our client, a Plastics Manufacturer in the Brantford area, has partnered with Randstad Engineering in their search for a Plant Manager to join their team! As a Plant Manager, you would evaluate processes to configure manufacturing systems to reduce cost, improve sustainability and develop best practices.

Specific responsibilities would include:
-Act as a key member of the facility management team reporting to the General Manager, providing support/direction of the manufacturing process and equipment decisions.
-Facilitating all aspects of process engineering for new and existing products from feasibility testing to process automation.
-Developing chain of tasks for process, establishing methods of production & process directives, resolving problems / bottlenecks, providing analysis of data and generating required compliance documentation.
-Optimize Production Rate and Quality and Safety by eliminating bottlenecks in the Injection molding process.
-Evaluate efficiency and capacity and safety of process equipment.
-Review processing performance with plant team daily.
-Lead safety meetings
-Understand the importance of minimizing environmental impacts in the processing and manufacturing of plastic. Always strive to minimize waste and spills when designing equipment.

As a qualified candidate, you meet the following requirements:
-Post-secondary education within Engineering field, preferably mechanical engineering.
-5+ years of plant management experience
-Experience in plastics manufacturing, specifically with HIPS, PP, HDPE processing is a must.
-Experience with injection molding machines
-Strong background in equipment troubleshooting, plastic process optimization and production
-Strong customer/vendor interaction and interpersonal skills.
-Willing to direct a 24 hour/seven day operation.
-Familiar with food packaging processing requirements
-Familiar with Occupational Health and Safety Regulations as well as food safety programs

If you are interested in this opportunity, apply today! Only qualified candidates will be contacted.
Randstad Professionals Canada
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