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Plant Manager

Horicon, WI

Industry: Chemicals/Semicond./Textiles Job Number: 47426 Pay Rate: $70 - $90k
The mission of the company is managing waste resources, and replacing fossil natural gas to improve long term environmental sustainability in full coherence with parent company's strategy. The Plant Manager role in Horicon, WI is a new position, reporting to the Director, which will support business development and growth by ensuring efficient production operations.
This is the first of three plants being built in the area.

Duties and Responsibilities:

- Operate the facility in Horicon, LA, safely and reliably by complying with regulatory requirements, developing and leading personnel, managing costs effectively, and developing personal skills and competencies, including testing, maintenance strategies, monitoring plant processes and maximizing productivity.
- Demonstrate leadership in process and operational safety at all times, and demand that of others, including plant personnel, visitors, contractors.
- Define, design, specify, control costs and implement projects intended to improve, safety, efficiency, and profitability.
- Recommend changes in process to effect the greatest economy in production methods and material cost.
- Evaluate plant equipment and processes, and recommend design modifications to eliminate malfunctions and improve efficiency.
- Set up and conduct tests of complete units under operational conditions and analyzes test results in relation to design specifications, modifies or adjusts equipment to meet specifications.
- Suggest innovative tools and software to improve control and efficiency.
- Plan utilization of production facilities to improve efficiency of operations.
- Direct, coordinate, and exercise functional authority for planning, organization, control, integration, and completion of engineering projects within area of assigned responsibility.
- Provide technical support for plant production as required.
- Support safety procedures and personnel policies directed by local and corporate personnel and safety departments.
- Manage source (landfill) gas collection system to safely and cost-effectively maximize both the quantity and quality of product for processing.
- Interface with source management team to support good relations and coordinate efforts.
Strong mechanical systems and chemical experience.
This is the world leader in the specialty gas product industry.
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