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Pulp Mill Shift Supervisor

WA, WA · Manufacturing
Pulp and paper company looking for a strong Pulp Mill Supervisor to join their team. Provides shift direction and supervision for back-end employees (Kraft Mill, Power and Recovery, Recaust and Fiber) and operations.
Duties and Responsibilities   
  1. Demonstrates safe behavior and work practices.  Ensures the crew follows all mill and job safety requirements and standard operating procedures.  Completes annual performance reviews and observations.
  2. Promptly investigates safety, fire and environmental incidents.  Completes and submits an investigation report prior to the end of the shift.
  3. Ensures proper operation and management of processes and equipment to meet paper machine needs and environmental compliance requirements.
  4. Monitors mill operations and directs the crew to meet quality, operating, process and production targets/objectives. Secures appropriate resources to return the process/operation to target when deviations occur.
  5. Accountable for crew training and accurate crew performance evaluations.
  6. Knowledgeable of the labor agreement and administers it consistent with the contract.
  7. Confronts unprofessional behavior and takes appropriate disciplinary action.
  8. Effectively communicates and implements management/business direction with crews.
  9. Shift incident commander for oil spills, fires, emergency response, evacuation alarms, and water and power outages
  10. Works closely with Front end shift supervisor to coordinate mill activities to achieve business results.
  11. Expected to challenge status quo and strive to work with crews to continuously improve crew and operating performance
  12. Responsible for shift administration of mill lock out policies & procedures, confined space entry, hot work and fall arrest procedures.
  13. Special projects or work as required.
Minimum Requirements
  1. Degree in Engineering, Chemistry, Pulp and Paper Science or commensurate level of pulp and paper experience and training
  2. Demonstrated supervisory skills to at least the relief foreman’s level
  3. Five years’ experience in the pulp and paper industry.
  4. Excellent written and verbal communication and leadership skills.
  5. Working knowledge in order to manage employee relations, materials & products and equipment under “Responsibility & Authority” section.
Karissa Fenstermacher
Manufacturing Recruiter
The Executive Group
1645 Parkhill Dr. Suite 4
Billings, MT 59102

Main: 800-755-5161
Direct: 406-294-0151
www.executivegroup.biz 
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