Smelting Production Manager

VACANCY: SMELTING PRODUCTION MANAGER- EFFICIENT NATURAL RESOURCES
LOCATION: BRIMSDOWN
Reporting to the Site Manager, the Production Manager - Smelting is charged with the day to day running of the Smelting Department, including the REV, ARC, 2 Tonnes and TBRC furnaces.
The role is responsible for the delivery of metrics in terms of production targets and cost along with ensuring that EHS, Quality and Security standards are adhered to. They will work with the Site Manager in order to deliver continuous improvement and a LEAN culture.
Key responsibilities:
Provide EHS leadership in order to improve processes, equipment and staff awareness and training to ensure EHS improvement and delivery against KPI's and Regulatory / corporate needs. Accountable for current EHS performance of whole department.
Accountable for ensuring all corrective actions identified in incident reports related to their area are appropriate and completed on time and in full.
Support a focus to Process Safety Management, ensuring that compliance gaps are closed and leading indicators are monitored to improve performance.
Alongside Supply Chain ensure efficient scheduling and reviewing of workload to ensure production output and delivery targets are achieved cost effectively and with minimum inventory
Devise suitable KPI's and reports to ensure that performance is tracked and improved
Support a LEAN implementation in the department to deliver 5% yr-on-yr metal improvements and 5% cost improvement over 5 yrs in accordance with Manufacturing Excellence requirements.
Are you the ideal candidate?
Degree in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering or equivalent science based subject
An ability to provide innovative solutions to problems
Experience of structured problem solving techniques such as Six Sigma and Lean
High level of numeracy, working with systems and data, SPC control, statistical understanding would be advantageous
Laboratory & Analytical systems / processes experience
Experience of implementing talent and workforce planning strategies, organisation design



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