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Process Capability Leader - Coater/Supercalender - Paper Mill

Company Name:
Gerald Smith Associates Recruitment

Position Title : Process Capability Leader - Coater/Supercalender - Paper Mill " $TOP PAY "( Hiring Now )
ATTENTION : " $TOP PAY "( Interviewing Now )

Relocation : Yes
Location : Wickliffe Kentucky
Salary : Competitive (DOE)
Process Capability Leader's primary responsibility is to ensure the operations is optimized
to achieve Business Unit needs This position will assist the Superintendent in directing
and coordinating the Coater and Supercalender operations by carrying out responsibilities
in a manner which will ensure maximum production, meeting all quality requirements in the
most efficient, economical, and safest manner.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Bachelor's Degree in Chemical Engineering, Paper Science and Engineering, or related
field PLUS a Minimum of 3 years of mill production supervisory experience or Supervisory
experience in Coater or Supercalender operations a plus, Any equivalent combination of
education, training and experience
COMPETENCIES REQUIRED:
- Excellent leadership, management, problem solving and decision making skills; prefer
wet end and/or stock prep experience
- Excellent communication skills - interpersonal, written, and verbal
- Thorough understanding of unit operations, process equipment, and technology
- Thorough understanding of the sales and operations planning process; production
system capabilities and limitations; and knowledge of the different conversion costs
associated with product mix
- Ability to use statistical tools
- Ability to collect relevant data, history trends, process information, Root Cause Analysis
results, and other data to identify or troubleshoot process problems.
Bottom line :
1. Bachelor's Degree in Chemical Engineering, Paper Science and Engineering, or
related field.
2. 3+ years of paper mill production supervisory experience or supervisory experience in
Coater or Supercalender operations.
For consideration you must act now, send resume to .
Sincerely,
Gerald Smith
Executive Recruitment


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