Zone Production Manager

Are you ready to take the lead? Our client, a worldwide leader in the chemical industry, is looking for just the right person to fill a Production Manager role in Kansas. If you have a background in leadership, pair that with your Engineering degree and a desire to get the most from people, and this role could be for you.    Responsibilities As their Production Manager, you will have accountability and responsibility to ensure that all plants are operated safely, reliably and efficiently while achieving key performance indicators (KPIs) and annual plan objectives. Your responsibilities will include: Leadership & Employee Development On-Site HSE & compliance Ensure compliance with safety, health and environmental standards, including process engineering and safety both locally and globally On-site plant operations and maintenance On-site quality and services On-site competitive costs and continuous improvement EMOC change standards Qualifications Do you have what it takes? A bachelor's degree in engineering, electrical, chemical or mechanical is required. You'll need a minimum of eight years of professional experience preferably in industrial products, chemicals or engineering industry and a minimum five years of process operations experience in process plant operations or reliability activity. Prior knowledge of mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and control systems will set you up for success in this role. Experience in process engineering, plant operations and in operating ASU/ hydrogen plants to include process safety proficiency in a chemical, hazmat, or related industry is necessary. Strong analytical and execution skills are a must.
Salary Range: $90K - $110K
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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