Plant Supervisor in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta

Air Liquide is a recognized leader in industrial, medical and specialty gas applications as well as in welding equipment. As a company that values expertise and creativity, we are committed to the professional growth and development of our employees. Continued success has created an exciting full-time, permanent opportunity for a Plant Supervisor in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta. Primary Role The main object and purpose of the position is to coordinate, supervise and analyze overall production operations as well as maintenance activities in compliance with the action plan, deadlines, and budget and operation procedures. The incumbent is also responsible for ensuring team coaching and development and for promoting ALCs safety and quality objectives. All these items shall be done according to Plant Manager orientations. Responsibilities Plans daily production activities: Establishes a production action plan and makes necessary changes in keeping with effective operations, cost factors, deadlines and requirements of pipeline and merchant customers. Establishes production and quality control standards or confers with management personnel to establish them. Determines production priorities while considering operation efficiency and cost factors. Establishes and follows up on performance indicators and makes sure that productivity goals are met. Maintains operation costs aligned with financial objectives. Analyzes production and quality problems: Reviews and analyzes production, quality control, maintenance, and operational reports to determine causes of non-conformity with product specifications and operating or production problems, and determines actions that are to be taken to improve operations. Makes sure that products respect specifications and that necessary quantities are available for customers. Ensures safety and environmental compliance: Ensures maintenance of installations and equipment. Handles accident investigations and all resulting activities. Regularly evaluates safety and environmental plans and implements necessary changes. Ensures coaching and development of production team: Ensures the training and coaching of team members in order to meet local and corporate objectives. Establishes development programs for team members and supports them in their efforts to meet quantity and quality objectives. Maintains efficient working relations: Ensures communication between management, employees and their representatives. Is involved in contractual negotiations with unions and/or with employee committees. Process improvement: Suggests means of improving processes and performance indicators. Takes part in projects or technical development studies. Recommends quality and safety rules, as well as changes to procedures and local action plans. Requirements Minimum 5 years experience in a continuous operation environment, preferably in the chemical industry Bachelors Degree in engineering or technologist diploma with relevant experience Knowledge of labor, environment, occupational health and safety laws and regulations, business sense, oral and written communication skills All candidates considered for the position will undergo police background and credit checks.We offer excellent work-life balance and compensation.Please send your resume by e-mail to (click to respond) No phone calls please. For more information on our company and our challenging careers, visit us online.We participate in an Employment Equity Program. Please note that only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.Listing originally posted at http://regionalhelpwanted.com/Search/detail.cfm?SN=173&ID=74658942

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Category:  Management  |  Address:  Fort Saskatchewan Alberta


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