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      • Piscataway
      • Permanent
      Your challenge!Reporting to the General Manager, the Plant Manager - Succesion's  mission is to support the current Plant Manager in establishing the unit’s performance standards and achieving the established objectives by developing an action plan that respects business rules and processes as well as best manufacturing practices.  You will be paired with the existing Plant Manager and undergo a 18month  to 24months mentoring period where you will be exposed to various department and decision making processes of your assigned plant under the responsibility of the current Plant Manager. When the mentoring period is completed and the Plant Manager -Succession has gained all the necessary knowledge, the candidate will be relocated to the facility requiring a Plant Manager. You therefore participate in the implementation of specific processes, practices and tools within your unit aimed at optimizing operational efficiency while prioritizing health and safety. You also use your leadership to build a mobilized and competent team and support their production efforts while nurturing a culture of continuous improvement and health and safety. As a result, you promote the achievement of your unit's business objectives by positively influencing the adoption of healthy and safe behaviours, operating costs, performance and production capacity and quality.Your responsibilitiesEnsure the safety of its employeesEnsure optimal execution of operations by achieving targets in terms of occupational health and safety, production capacity, standardization of operating costs and qualityEnsure compliance with business processesPrepare and execute investment and asset maintenance plans, and meet return on investment targetsEngage and develop all your employeesEnsure the execution of the Collective Bargaining Agreement/Employee Handbook and highlight areas for improvement with the union/committeeMaintain a safe environment for its employees and eliminate risksEnsure the application of all of Cascades’ processes in the plant in compliance with business rules and established best practicesEstablish performance standards (availability, efficiency, OEE) in collaboration with the General ManagerLead weekly meetings with your team and SUs to analyze KPIs, and discuss and launch required action plansCollaborate in the implementation of optimization projects specific to your unitFoster a culture of continuous improvementYour background and strengthsBachelor's degree in Mechanical or Electrical engineer will be considered an assetExtensive experience in management in the manufacturing environmentLeadership and a collaborative spirit that inspire and engage teams to achieve excellenceWillingness to relocate after the mentorship periodAbility to understand customer needs, issues and interests in order to develop solutions that support their experienceSound judgment to ensure follow-up and effective implementation of solutions in accordance with company priorities and to make appropriate decisionsStrong communication skills, tact and diplomacy#revealyourpotential  #LifeAtCascadesCascades believes in the success of an inclusive organization that values diversity within its team. It will fairly consider all those qualified for this position. The use of the masculine in our communication refers to both women and men. About Cascades Being part of Cascades means revealing the full potential of matter, people and ideas. We are a source of possibilities. Since 1964, we have been offering sustainable, innovative and value-creating solutions in terms of packaging, hygiene and recovery. Join 12,000 women and men working in a network of more than 90 business units located in North America and Europe. 
      Your challenge!Reporting to the General Manager, the Plant Manager - Succesion's  mission is to support the current Plant Manager in establishing the unit’s performance standards and achieving the established objectives by developing an action plan that respects business rules and processes as well as best manufacturing practices.  You will be paired with the existing Plant Manager and undergo a 18month  to 24months mentoring period where you will be exposed to various department and decision making processes of your assigned plant under the responsibility of the current Plant Manager. When the mentoring period is completed and the Plant Manager -Succession has gained all the necessary knowledge, the candidate will be relocated to the facility requiring a Plant Manager. You therefore participate in the implementation of specific processes, practices and tools within your unit aimed at optimizing operational efficiency while prioritizing health and safety. You also use your leadership to build a mobilized and competent team and support their production efforts while nurturing a culture of continuous improvement and health and safety. As a result, you promote the achievement of your unit's business objectives by positively influencing the adoption of healthy and safe behaviours, operating costs, performance and production capacity and quality.Your responsibilitiesEnsure the safety of its employeesEnsure optimal execution of operations by achieving targets in terms of occupational health and safety, production capacity, standardization of operating costs and qualityEnsure compliance with business processesPrepare and execute investment and asset maintenance plans, and meet return on investment targetsEngage and develop all your employeesEnsure the execution of the Collective Bargaining Agreement/Employee Handbook and highlight areas for improvement with the union/committeeMaintain a safe environment for its employees and eliminate risksEnsure the application of all of Cascades’ processes in the plant in compliance with business rules and established best practicesEstablish performance standards (availability, efficiency, OEE) in collaboration with the General ManagerLead weekly meetings with your team and SUs to analyze KPIs, and discuss and launch required action plansCollaborate in the implementation of optimization projects specific to your unitFoster a culture of continuous improvementYour background and strengthsBachelor's degree in Mechanical or Electrical engineer will be considered an assetExtensive experience in management in the manufacturing environmentLeadership and a collaborative spirit that inspire and engage teams to achieve excellenceWillingness to relocate after the mentorship periodAbility to understand customer needs, issues and interests in order to develop solutions that support their experienceSound judgment to ensure follow-up and effective implementation of solutions in accordance with company priorities and to make appropriate decisionsStrong communication skills, tact and diplomacy#revealyourpotential  #LifeAtCascadesCascades believes in the success of an inclusive organization that values diversity within its team. It will fairly consider all those qualified for this position. The use of the masculine in our communication refers to both women and men. About Cascades Being part of Cascades means revealing the full potential of matter, people and ideas. We are a source of possibilities. Since 1964, we have been offering sustainable, innovative and value-creating solutions in terms of packaging, hygiene and recovery. Join 12,000 women and men working in a network of more than 90 business units located in North America and Europe. 
      • Piscataway
      • Permanent
      CASCADESFounded in 1964, Cascades produces, converts and markets packaging and tissue products that are composed mainly of recycled fibers. The Company employs 11,000 employees, who work in more than 90 production units located in North America and Europe. With its management philosophy, half a century of experience in recycling, and continuous efforts in research and development as driving forces, Cascades continues to deliver the innovative products  that customers have come to rely on. CASCADES CONTAINERBOARD PACKAGINGThe Containerboard Packaging Group, a division of Cascades, is the largest containerboard producer in Canada, and is also a top converter of corrugated products in the country. The Group manufactures a wide range of products made from recycled fibres for its North American customers in the food, beverage and consumer products sectors, among many others. The Division, which employs close to 3,400 people, owns six containerboard mills and nineteen corrugated products plants in Canada and the United States.Your challenge!Reporting to the General Manager, the Junior Production Manager’s mission is to support the achievement of the manufacturing objectives associated with his or her unit's business strategy by optimizing available resources, rigorously applying business processes and establishing an effective communication system. You will have a mentoring period of 18 to 24months where you will be exposed to various department and decision making processes of your assigned plant under the responsibility of the current Production Manager. When the mentoring period is completed and the Junior Production Manager has gained all the necessary knowledge, the candidate will be transferred to the next plant requiring a Production Manager.Job ResponsibilitiesEnsure the safety of all employeesEnsure optimal execution of operations by achieving targets in terms of occupational health and safety, production capacity, standardization of operating costs and qualityEstablish and apply standardized production practices and procedures to achieve your unit’s objectivesEngage and develop the workforceMaintain a safe environment for its employees and eliminate risksScrupulously apply business processesImplement processes and tools to foster a culture of continuous improvement within your sectorEnsure that conditions are in place for constant communication with employees (floor rounds, logbooks, etc.)Actively participate in the creation and implementation of optimization and investment projectsHelp to implement your business unit’s strategic planYour Background and StrengthsMinimum of two (2) years of supervisory experience in the manufacturing sectorLeadership and a collaborative spirit that inspire and engage teams to achieve excellenceExposure to lean manufacturing is an assetSound judgment to ensure follow-up and effective implementation of solutions in accordance with company priorities and to make appropriate decisionsAbility to carry out a number of projects simultaneously while respecting deadlines and prioritiesStrong communication skills, tact and diplomacyExcellent ability to build and support a customer-focused culture based on a people-centred approachKnowledge of SAP software is an asset#revealyourpotential  #LifeAtCascadesCascades believes in the success of an inclusive organization that values diversity within its team. It will fairly consider all those qualified for this position. The use of the masculine in our communication refers to both women and men. About Cascades Being part of Cascades means revealing the full potential of matter, people and ideas. We are a source of possibilities. Since 1964, we have been offering sustainable, innovative and value-creating solutions in terms of packaging, hygiene and recovery. Join 12,000 women and men working in a network of more than 90 business units located in North America and Europe. 
      CASCADESFounded in 1964, Cascades produces, converts and markets packaging and tissue products that are composed mainly of recycled fibers. The Company employs 11,000 employees, who work in more than 90 production units located in North America and Europe. With its management philosophy, half a century of experience in recycling, and continuous efforts in research and development as driving forces, Cascades continues to deliver the innovative products  that customers have come to rely on. CASCADES CONTAINERBOARD PACKAGINGThe Containerboard Packaging Group, a division of Cascades, is the largest containerboard producer in Canada, and is also a top converter of corrugated products in the country. The Group manufactures a wide range of products made from recycled fibres for its North American customers in the food, beverage and consumer products sectors, among many others. The Division, which employs close to 3,400 people, owns six containerboard mills and nineteen corrugated products plants in Canada and the United States.Your challenge!Reporting to the General Manager, the Junior Production Manager’s mission is to support the achievement of the manufacturing objectives associated with his or her unit's business strategy by optimizing available resources, rigorously applying business processes and establishing an effective communication system. You will have a mentoring period of 18 to 24months where you will be exposed to various department and decision making processes of your assigned plant under the responsibility of the current Production Manager. When the mentoring period is completed and the Junior Production Manager has gained all the necessary knowledge, the candidate will be transferred to the next plant requiring a Production Manager.Job ResponsibilitiesEnsure the safety of all employeesEnsure optimal execution of operations by achieving targets in terms of occupational health and safety, production capacity, standardization of operating costs and qualityEstablish and apply standardized production practices and procedures to achieve your unit’s objectivesEngage and develop the workforceMaintain a safe environment for its employees and eliminate risksScrupulously apply business processesImplement processes and tools to foster a culture of continuous improvement within your sectorEnsure that conditions are in place for constant communication with employees (floor rounds, logbooks, etc.)Actively participate in the creation and implementation of optimization and investment projectsHelp to implement your business unit’s strategic planYour Background and StrengthsMinimum of two (2) years of supervisory experience in the manufacturing sectorLeadership and a collaborative spirit that inspire and engage teams to achieve excellenceExposure to lean manufacturing is an assetSound judgment to ensure follow-up and effective implementation of solutions in accordance with company priorities and to make appropriate decisionsAbility to carry out a number of projects simultaneously while respecting deadlines and prioritiesStrong communication skills, tact and diplomacyExcellent ability to build and support a customer-focused culture based on a people-centred approachKnowledge of SAP software is an asset#revealyourpotential  #LifeAtCascadesCascades believes in the success of an inclusive organization that values diversity within its team. It will fairly consider all those qualified for this position. The use of the masculine in our communication refers to both women and men. About Cascades Being part of Cascades means revealing the full potential of matter, people and ideas. We are a source of possibilities. Since 1964, we have been offering sustainable, innovative and value-creating solutions in terms of packaging, hygiene and recovery. Join 12,000 women and men working in a network of more than 90 business units located in North America and Europe. 

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