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Rendering Plant Manager » Victoria, Australia - Be part of one of Victoria largest protein producer, exporting worldwide, bring your rendering / processing experience to help expand your experience. About our Client: Our client is dedicated to the growth and sustainability of their suppliers, company, customers, and communities. They pride themselves on delivering quality Australian products worldwide and having control of the supply chain by owning farms, factories, and distribution channels. They have grown from humble beginnings to be one of Australia's leading protein exporters. Role Overview: As a Rendering Plant Manager, you will oversee all aspects of rendering in the state-of-the-art facility, producing both high and low-temperature bovine and ovine products. Main Duties & Responsibilities: Coordinate production to ensure plant compliance with safety, environmental, and OH&S standards. Collaborate with the sales team for domestic and export sales of meal and tallow. Plan and organize maintenance requirements. Communicate and report to stakeholders, including regulators. Develop recommendations for continuous improvement. Manage staff effectively. Regularly report to the General Manager. Skills & Experience: Prior experience in a rendering facility, preferably with automated processing technology. Strong understanding of the rendering process. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Attention to detail and accuracy. Knowledge of regulatory compliance. Rendering commodity sales experience (advantageous but not essential). Mechanical, maintenance, or engineering skills and experience. How to Apply: Submit your resume and a cover letter outlining your relevant experience and why you are the ideal candidate for the Rendering Plant Manager to Nick Body at Nickscitex.com.au or Clarence Magtoto at clarencescitexgroup.com To apply for this vacancy you MUST be an Australian citizen, or resident, or have already secured the right to work in Australia and therefore hold a valid visa. Scitex specialises in permanent, contract and temporary recruitment – and has done so since 1987. We are here to engineer better Mondays. We love connecting talented people with great work opportunities in workplaces where you can thrive and make a meaningful difference. • Tue, 14 MayScitex Recruitment
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Plant Manager, Dinmore » West Ipswich, Ipswich - About Us JBS Australia is the largest and most respected meat and food producer in Australia. We have a strong portfolio of leading and renowned beef, lamb, pork, salmon and value-added branded products, such as AMH, Swift, Primo, Murray Valley and Huon. JBS Australia is a part of the global JBS business, the largest animal protein business in the world, and the second largest food company, with operations in North America, South America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. The JBS Dinmore Processing Plant is the largest beef facility in the southern hemisphere. Located near Ipswich, in south east Queensland, the facility has a daily production ability of 3,400 cattle and employs approximately 1,500 people. Cattle are sourced from the finest cattle producing regions to produce a diverse range of pasture fed and grain beef products, from commodity to premium. The renowned AMH brand, the award-winning Yardstick, the highly marbled grain fed Pure Prime and our state's brand, Queenslander Beef and more are all produced at Dinmore. Why work for JBS Australia? Competitive salary performance based annual bonus Access to novated leasing options Heavily discounted meat products Retail discounts with national partners Health insurance discounts on Bupa Health and Medibank Private Ongoing leadership training and career development opportunities About the Role We currently have a rare and extraordinary opportunity to join the JBS Australia team and lead the largest Beef processing plant in the Southern hemisphere as a Plant Manager at JBS Dinmore. Reporting directly to the General Manager Dinmore Plant, you will lead an experienced team, ensuring safe production and optimising our kill and bone yields over two daily shifts. This role will be responsible for four key objectives: Ensuring a safe production of the JBS Dinmore operation; Astute management controls to maximise revenue streams against a cost-efficient production process to continually increase ROI; Ensuring the site operates within the regulatory requirements of all relevant legislative bodies, as well as JBS policies and procedures; & Providing leadership and direction to the production leadership team and their direct reports, to ensure all Departments are operating at their optimal capacity to meet and exceed Company objectives. This will be achieved by: Maintaining control of all aspects of plant production, either directly or through the provision of effective leadership of production leadership team Achieving site throughput targets whilst maintaining emphasis on food safety, WHS, employee relations, and product specifications Managing the plant operation and KPI benchmarking, including regular management team review meetings, to ensure consistent process and product recovery performance outcomes are achieved across all plant operations Taking accountability for process improvement, initially focused on process consistency across the site, including technology application to ensure beef processing best practice outcomes are delivered to JBS Australia Adherence to budgetary and cost control. Ongoing review of financial performance of establishment including capital expenditure planning and cost controls Partnering with the HR team to ensure effective people management as well as succession planning for key operational roles and initiatives to address attendance and retention Supporting the engineering function and ensuring effective CAPEX and repairs and maintenance management Meeting all requirements relating to Quality, OHS, people and Environmental Management Undertaking projects and activities as directed by the Northern Operations Manager About You Extensive experience in the meat or manufacturing industry (ideally 10 years) Strong business acumen and financial management knowledge Demonstrated ability to provide situational leadership Ability to identify basic cause & effect relationships Ability to respond calmly in difficult situations, maintaining a strong customer service focus Ability to prioritise and multi-task Strong attention to detail Ability to work in a fast-paced environment Takes other's perspective's into account Energetic, passionate and enthusiastic with a demonstrated focus on continuous improvement Interested? APPLY NOW If you have any queries regarding this opportunity, please email Melinda Weir (Talent & Community Engagement Specialist) - melinda.weirjbssa.com.au • Sun, 09 JunJBS USA
Asset Manager » Brisbane, QLD - Asset Manager Inner Brisbane Office Location Supportive, collaborative and positive culture NFP salary packaging... acquisition, renewal, and disposal of buildings, plant, equipment, and other physical assets Oversee the management... • Sat, 08 JunRandstad$125000 per year
Facilities Manager - 6 month contract » Melbourne, VIC - hospitalisation Plus, so much more! The role: Reporting to a Senior Facilities Manager and working alongside an Asset... on-site in Melbourne. No days are the same as a Facilities Manager in real estate. From building key tenant & client... • Sat, 08 JunKnight Frank
Wind Site Manager - Australia » Australia - Wind Site Manager RESPONSIBILITIES.  Executive Client representative and overall responsibility on site  Manage... and control civil and electrical site works in anticipation of turbine delivery.  Support the Project Manager with the planning... • Sat, 08 Junewi Recruitment$40 - 65 per hour

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Accommodation & Hospitality Managers - Maintenance Manager » Gold Coast, QLD - & Hospitality Manager - Maintenance Manager. We are hiring for multiple positions across a range of regional Australian locations... outside of Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane. As our next Maintenance Manager, you will: Oversee and complete all general... • Sat, 08 JunAccor$70696.25 - 85000 per year
Property Manager » Australia - The Property Manager is responsible for the management of TAFE SA Campus Logistics and Operational Property Service... across all campuses. The Property Manager works within developed guidelines to initiate, plan, implement, co-ordinate and deliver... • Sat, 08 JunGovernment of South Australia$97022 - 102626 per year
Regional Asset Manager » Western Australia - We are seeking a Regional Asset Manager to join our Property Development & Assets team. Reporting directly to the Director Asset... replacement budgets for plant and equipment Ensure appropriate statutory and preventative maintenance records are generated... • Sat, 08 JunBolton Clarke$18550 per year
Accommodation & Hospitality Managers - Maintenance Manager » Gold Coast, QLD - & Hospitality Manager - Maintenance Manager. We are hiring for multiple positions across Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane...! As our next Maintenance Manager, you will: Oversee and complete all general maintenance in a timely and efficient manner Responsible... • Sat, 08 JunAccor$70696.25 - 85000 per year
Plant Manager » Melbourne, VIC - experiences to homes and restaurants across the nation. As an experienced Plant Manager, you will oversee the production..., and Health & Safety departments. Oversee all aspects of plant operations, including production scheduling, equipment maintenance... • Sat, 08 JunRandstad$120000 per year
Site Administrator » Perth CBD, Perth - Our Rare Earths deposit in Mt Weld, Western Australia, is acknowledged as one of the highest-grade Rare Earths mine in the world and we operate the world’s largest single Rare Earths processing plant in Malaysia – so you’re joining a very unique team As a team member you will be contributing to the sustainable supply of rare earths metals which are used in electric vehicles and wind turbines. Lynas is embarking on an expansion in Western Australia and we’re seeking an experienced Site Administrator who is seeking their next opportunity to work with a busy and dynamic team of people at Mt Weld on a 12-month fixed term contract. The role is a FIFO position from Perth to Mt Weld on 14 days on 7 days off roster. Key Responsibilities Provide administration support to Mt Weld development personnel including flights and accommodation. Provide administration support to the HSE team. Help with the duties associated to the commissioning of the new plant. Manage office reception including answering incoming calls and greeting visitors. Coordination of site travel to camp and the airport including driving minibus when required. Support Department Managers with Lynas systems and processes. General office duties including arranging materials/resources for site visits, restocking, tidying the kitchen, ordering and catering. Data entry and word processing. Filing and archiving. Provide administration support to Operations when required. Skills required for this role: Previous experience in a an administrative, reception and/or accommodation role Previous experience working at a remote location Valid WA "C" Class Driver's Licence (essential) Experience with InFlight Pronto knowledge Experience with Definitive (preferred but not essential) Ability to work autonomously as well as part of a high performing team Strong written and verbal communication skills The ability to work under pressure Strong organisational skills We are committed to ensuring that our workplace is inclusive, where all our people feel that they belong, are valued, and respected. We welcome and encourage applications from people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, the LGBTIQA community, mature workers, as well as candidates with culturally diverse backgrounds. To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Cecile Charles on 0862413862, quoting Ref No. 1179271. • Sat, 08 JunLynas Corp
Production Planning Manager - Relocate to WA » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Bring your planning experience to a key role in the manufacture of high quality conveyor belts servicing the mining industry Fenner Conveyors is an Australian manufacturer and global leader in engineered conveyor solutions, that delivers valuable materials handling solutions to high-profile clients in the mining and industrial sectors. Part of the Michelin Group, Fenner Conveyors have a safety-first approach and a strong customer service culture. Your new team and role: This role, reporting to Plant Manager forms part of our high performing Manufacturing team. You will manage, monitor and adjust the production plan to ensure production output and finished goods achieve production forecasts and Customer quoted lead times. This role will lead a team of 3 and is pivotal to our plant’s success. This role is located in Kwinana Western Australia, full relocation support would be available. Key responsibilities: Monitor and review daily production against production plans Ensure that work orders are processed and actioned on time Maintain high quality and efficient output Ensure customer orders are scheduled into the production plan Proactive in identifying issues and suggesting improvements Manage the performance of the team – providing instruction and training - performance management – staff development and recruitment Attend weekly production meetings Complete periodic stock takes Ensure OHS practices are followed About you: Strong leadership skills and stakeholder management ability Demonstrated experience in a heavy manufacturing organisation Competent level of IT skills Strong communication skills and ability to build effective working relationships Understanding of maintenance and efficiency outputs Ability to manage conflicting demands Ideally hold a degree or certificate 4 from Finance, Administration or Manufacturing Hold full Australian work rights What’s in it for you? Grow with us, through opportunities for career development and progression. Access discounts offered by our partners Virgin, Ford, and Quest. Become a shareholder – opportunity to participate in the Michelin Share Scheme. Access to a range of experts throughout the team via mentoring and coaching opportunities. We also provide study leave, training, and individual career development opportunities. Take your next step into something bigger, apply now We're committed to establishing a culture that is inclusive, diverse, and compassionate. We welcome applications from people of all ages, First Nations, abilities, sexual orientations, and gender identities. We're ready to adjust our recruitment process to support candidates with disabilities. If your application is shortlisted, you will be contacted by our Talent Acquisition team. Our recruitment process includes an interview, national police check and a pre-employment medical that includes a laboratory drug and alcohol test. • Sat, 08 JunFenner Conveyors Australia Pty Ltd
Quality Control Chemist » Kilburn, Port Adelaide Area - Wattyl are a part of a global company called Hempel that produce a broad range of paints, varnishes, lacquers and special purpose protective coatings, incorporating trusted brands across the Globe. In Our business we are working together to shape a brighter future with sustainable coating solutions for all markets across the world. We are on the look-out for a Quality Control Chemist with great attention to detail to perform operational requirements and tasks in the QC laboratory at the Kilburn plant in a 6 Month Contract Full Time position. As the Quality Control Chemist you will: Test/Adjust time is minimised by following test procedures and adjusting batches when required. Batches to be ideally passed only when all properties are within the set specifications. Provide fill weights required by production for accurate filling. Records of results are to be maintained to agreed standards with the Plant Quality Manager. Production batches with repeated concessions or adjustments are to be brought to the attention of the Plant Quality Manager for formula investigations. Initiate formula investigations, via communication with the Plant Quality Manager, when the product displays the same adjustment/concession for the last 3 consecutive batches. To be considered you will have: Tertiary qualifications in Chemistry or related scientific discipline. Experience and knowledge of QC disciplines not essential but would be beneficial. Experience in contributing to a high output work group with requirements to meet manufacturing needs and set targets. Good oral and written communication skills, including good interpersonal skills with the ability to work productively in a team and individually on set tasks to achieve effective and efficient outcomes. Demonstrated PC literacy in using Microsoft Office software. Wattyl a part of Hempel knows that a great business needs a Fantastic team, this is only possible with dedicated employees with diverse perspectives and backgrounds. Therefore, Wattyl apart of Hempel is committed to creating an inclusive work environment and culture that embraces the diversity of our employees and the customers we serve, providing equal opportunity for all. At Hempel (Wattyl) we offer you the flexibility to choose how you get the job done around the things you love. You will have the trust, support and autonomy to do your job and do it well. We value on-the-job learning and provide opportunities for professional development to help our ambitious, high achieving people pursue their goals. Please note you must have unrestricted valid rights to work in Australia - Australian Citizenship or Permanent Residency to apply. • Fri, 07 JunHempel
Operations Manager | Tier 1 Plant Hire » Sydney, NSW - National Construction Services Company looking for an Operations Manager. Working on some of the biggest Infrastructure... accountable to timeframes Sourcing opportunities for new business (Plant / Ancillary equipment hire etc) whilst managing existing... • Fri, 07 JunDesign & Build Recruitment$130000 - 150000 per year
Operations Coordinator » Pimpama, Gold Coast North - We have an opportunity available with one of our national manufacturing clients, looking for an operations coordinator to join them immediately Fast becoming one of our FAVOURITE clients, this national business has incredible history, an all inclusive and genuinely caring family vibe and are as passionate about their people as they are the incredible products they manufacture and sell. With good old fashioned client service ethics at the forefront of everything they do, staff are encouraged to work together as a team delivering high standards of service when liaising with external clients, suppliers and internal customers, being peers and management. And speaking of management, staff are encouraged to really enjoy and thrive in their roles being given responsibility and autonomy, particularly when they demonstrate excellent results orientation and a passion for doing a damn good job Monthly BBQ’s, health and wellbeing programs, bonuses, product allowance and regular team events keep this vibrant team engaged and enjoying the culture. Currently looking to bring a new Operations Coordinator into the business to work closely with the Plant Manager and Operations Manager, this role will have exceptional variety and will rely upon your self motivation and proactivity. Like all outstanding support staff, you will be agile and work on both the challenging and everyday tasks with the same level of enthusiasm, energy and results orientation. You will be an AWESOME communicator who enjoys keeping everyone in the loop with what is happening across the business and how your role can best support them. As we said this role is multifunctional and needs your SUPER admin and client services skills across 3 main areas including: Coordinating the site by managing travel for key stakeholders, planning events, acting as the brand ambassador to visitors attending site and calling through, facilities management and so much more… Providing administration support to the operations team with detailed ordering, sales activities, supporting Operations Managers with projects, assisting day to day operations, data-entry on materials and stock maintenance etc. Taking accountability of the show room and stock integrity, ensuring clients have an outstanding experience when they come to visit on site including availability of stock Who is our PERFECT candidate? You're an energetic Office Coordinator with a minimum of 3 years’ experience in a similar role, but ideally more – we are open to level of experience in this role its more about attitude to be honest You possess the capabilities to run the show when necessary and ensure that all day-to-day operations are running smoothly at all times. You are confident and articulate with people at all walks of life. A team player who is approachable and professional (and fun) all rolled into one • Fri, 07 JunMJD Recruitment
Plant Maintenance Project Manager | FIFO 3/1 » Western Australia - to continued growth, Mader are currently seeking a Plant Maintenance Project Manager to join our Rostered Fixed Plant Maintenance...). Based in the Goldfields, this position will require an experienced maintenance manager to review the current existing plant... • Thu, 06 JunMader Group
Concrete Batch Plant Manager » Karratha, WA - Batch Plant Manager to join our esteemed client's team, based in Karratha. This is a permanent position with a housing... allowance and relocation expenses. Duties and Responsibilities: Manage operation of concrete batch plant Ensure OH... • Thu, 06 JunWorkPac
Plant Manager - Lonsdale » Adelaide, SA - role The Plant Manager will be responsible for Leading the Operations and Warehouse Site Teams to achieve quality..., efficiency, cost and delivery targets which are consistent with business objectives with specific regard to plant utilization... • Thu, 06 JunKerry Group
Plant & Yard Manager - Civil Construction » Londonderry, Penrith Area - Elite Staffing Solutions is a specialist recruitment and labour hire services provider recognised for our expertise and success in providing businesses with a flexible, motivated and performance-based workforce within the Australian marketplace. Salary Range: $140,000 to $150,000 Super We are seeking an experienced Plant Yard Manager, highly motivated who will be responsible for overseeing the efficient operation of all plant equipment within the construction yard. The role require skills that cover but not limited to: Ensure the safety of themselves and others at all times Examining equipement to verify conformance to quality standards Management of a team Co-ordinating equipment maintenance and repair schedules Managing inventory Ensuring compliance with relevant health and safety regulations. The candidate we are looking for: Proven experience in a similar role within the construction industry. Strong knowledge of construction plant and equipment, including maintenance and repair procedures. Excellent organizational and leadership skills. Ability to multitask and prioritize in a fast-paced environment. Strong communication and interpersonal skills. Proficient computer skills, including experience with inventory management software. Knowledge of health and safety regulations and procedures. Full Work Rights Join the Elite Staffing community and work for a company who values your safety and wellbeing. Please contact Sheila Sissons on either 0438 895 532 or sheila.sissonselitestaffing.com.au if you have any questions. If you value yourself to be hardworking, a team player and committed to delivering a professional job at work, feel free to APPLY NOW • Thu, 06 JunElite Staffing Solutions Pty Ltd
Koolkhan - Maintenance Manager » Eatonsville, Clarence Valley - We are seeking an experienced candidate with a strong production or manufacturing background to join our team on a permanent full-time basis. About Us Join our team and be part of a diversified group with over 30 years of experience leading the way in the forestry, agricultural, and permaculture industries. We're dedicated to the sustainable management of natural resources and have a long-standing commitment to responsible and functional use of these resources in our businesses. At the Pentarch Group, you'll have the opportunity to contribute to pursuing new ideas, support local communities, and help shape a business that focuses on a sustainable future. Your skills and passion can make a real difference by building on our decades of expertise. Visit www.pentarch.com.au to learn more. About the Position We are seeking an experienced maintenance professional who is looking for a new challenge with a growing and progressive company. Our Maintenance Manager will report into our Plant Manager and be responsible for the development, organisation and delivery of the maintenance and reliability strategy across the Koolkhan site. This is a Permanent Full-Time position, where you will be involved with all of the key result areas of safety, quality, cost and delivery to ensure we are meeting target expectations for our maintenance and engineering functions. Key responsibilities include but not limited to: The identification and implementation continuous improvement opportunities including preventative and predictive improvements and the CMMS (MEX Maintenance Software) Ongoing condition monitoring activities Providing direct leadership to the maintenance and saw shop teams. Ensuring all team members have the skills and have had adequate training to actively resolve hazards, problems and operational issues Ensure that the effectiveness of our controls is monitored and that actions are put in place and tracked to eliminate or reduce the likelihood and/or consequence of the identified risks Developing the maintenance teams capability by delivering training and development To be successful in this role you will have: Significant experience in a similar maintenance role is essential. Previous experience in MEX Maintenance Software is highly advantageous. Experience in working within a large manufacturing, production or processing environment. A Trade tertiary education in an Engineering degree or related field is desirable. Knowledge of the timber industry is preferred. In return, we offer: A competitive salary package bonus. Opportunities to grow your current skills, knowledge, and career. A supportive team and positive work environment. Successful Applicants must have full working rights in Australia. To join us and become a vital part of our mission apply now. • Thu, 06 JunPentarch Holdings Pty Ltd
Production Planning Manager - Relocate to WA » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Relocation opportunity Bring your planning experience to a key role in the manufacture of high quality conveyor belts. Relocate to Western Australia Fenner Conveyors is an Australian manufacturer and global leader in engineered conveyor solutions, that delivers valuable materials handling solutions to high-profile clients in the mining and industrial sectors. Part of the Michelin Group, Fenner Conveyors have a safety-first approach and a strong customer service culture. Your new team and role: This role, reporting to Plant Manager forms part of our high performing Manufacturing team. You will manage, monitor and adjust the production plan to ensure production output and finished goods achieve production forecasts and Customer quoted lead times. This role will lead a team of 3 and is pivotal to our plant’s success. Key responsibilities: Monitor and review daily production against production plans Ensure that work orders are processed and actioned on time Maintain high quality and efficient output Ensure customer orders are scheduled into the production plan Proactive in identifying issues and suggesting improvements Manage the performance of the team – providing instruction and training - performance management – staff development and recruitment Attend weekly production meetings Complete periodic stock takes Ensure OHS practises are followed About you: Strong leadership skills and stakeholder management ability Demonstrated experience in a heavy manufacturing organisation Competent level of IT skills Strong communication skills and ability to build effective working relationships Understanding of maintenance and efficiency outputs Ability to manage conflicting demands Ideally hold a degree or certificate 4 from Finance, Administration or Manufacturing Hold full Australian work rights What’s in it for you? Relocation Assistance Grow with us, through opportunities for career development and progression. Access discounts offered by our partners Virgin, Ford, and Quest. Become a shareholder – opportunity to participate in the Michelin Share Scheme. Access to a range of experts throughout the team via mentoring and coaching opportunities. We also provide study leave, training, and individual career development opportunities. Take your next step into something bigger, apply now We're committed to establishing a culture that is inclusive, diverse, and compassionate. We welcome applications from people of all ages, First Nations, abilities, sexual orientations, and gender identities. We're ready to adjust our recruitment process to support candidates with disabilities. If your application is shortlisted, you will be contacted by our Talent Acquisition team. Our recruitment process includes an interview, national police check and a pre-employment medical that includes a laboratory drug and alcohol test. • Thu, 06 JunFenner Conveyors Australia Pty Ltd
Production Planning Manager » Orelia, Kwinana Area - Bring your planning experience to a key role in the manufacture of high quality conveyor belts. Fenner Conveyors is an Australian manufacturer and global leader in engineered conveyor solutions, that delivers valuable materials handling solutions to high-profile clients in the mining and industrial sectors. Part of the Michelin Group, Fenner Conveyors have a safety-first approach and a strong customer service culture. Your new team and role: This role, reporting to Plant Manager forms part of our high performing Manufacturing team. You will manage, monitor and adjust the production plan to ensure production output and finished goods achieve production forecasts and Customer quoted lead times. This role will lead a team of 3 and is pivotal to our plant’s success. Key responsibilities: Monitor and review daily production against production plans Ensure that work orders are processed and actioned on time Maintain high quality and efficient output Ensure customer orders are scheduled into the production plan Proactive in identifying issues and suggesting improvements Manage the performance of the team – providing instruction and training - performance management – staff development and recruitment Attend weekly production meetings Complete periodic stock takes Ensure OHS practises are followed About you: Strong leadership skills and stakeholder management ability Demonstrated experience in a heavy manufacturing organisation Competent level of IT skills Strong communication skills and ability to build effective working relationships Understanding of maintenance and efficiency outputs Ability to manage conflicting demands Ideally hold a degree or certificate 4 from Finance, Administration or Manufacturing Hold full Australian work rights What’s in it for you? Grow with us, through opportunities for career development and progression. Access discounts offered by our partners Virgin, Ford, and Quest. Become a shareholder – opportunity to participate in the Michelin Share Scheme. Access to a range of experts throughout the team via mentoring and coaching opportunities. We also provide study leave, training, and individual career development opportunities. Take your next step into something bigger, apply now We're committed to establishing a culture that is inclusive, diverse, and compassionate. We welcome applications from people of all ages, First Nations, abilities, sexual orientations, and gender identities. We're ready to adjust our recruitment process to support candidates with disabilities. If your application is shortlisted, you will be contacted by our Talent Acquisition team. Our recruitment process includes an interview, national police check and a pre-employment medical that includes a laboratory drug and alcohol test. • Thu, 06 JunFenner Conveyors Australia Pty Ltd
Plant & Yard Manager - Civil Construction » Parramatta, NSW - Sydney, NSW - . Salary Range: $140,000 to $150,000 + Super We are seeking an experienced Plant Yard Manager, highly motivated who... will be responsible for overseeing the efficient operation of all plant equipment within the construction yard. The role require skills... • Wed, 05 JunElite Staffing Solutions$140000 - 150000 per year
Plant Maintenance & Engineering Manager » Brisbane, QLD - General Manager and with a secondary reporting line to the General Manager of Engineering & Production Services, the Plant... Maintenance Engineering Manager assumes responsibility for overseeing a team of proactive maintenance technicians, ensuring... • Wed, 05 JunEngineering Personnel
Plant Manager, Dinmore » Ipswich, QLD - team and lead the largest Beef processing plant in the Southern hemisphere as a Plant Manager at JBS Dinmore. Reporting... directly to the General Manager Dinmore Plant, you will lead an experienced team, ensuring safe production and optimising... • Wed, 05 JunJBS Foods
Plant Maintenance & Engineering Manager » Brisbane, QLD - General Manager and with a secondary reporting line to the General Manager of Engineering & Production Services, the Plant... Maintenance Engineering Manager assumes responsibility for overseeing a team of proactive maintenance technicians, ensuring... • Wed, 05 JunKonnecting
Plant Maintenance & Engineering Manager » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Join a market-leading company with an international and national footprint in the facilities services provider industry. OUR CLIENT Our client is a global facilities services company known for its commitment to delivering a dependable, budget-friendly, and personalized service to meet its customers’ needs. For over six decades, our client has been delivering top-notch textile rental services across the country. The comprehensive range of hassle-free services guarantees a cleaner and safer workplace environment for catered organizations. ABOUT THE POSITION Under the leadership of the Branch General Manager and with a secondary reporting line to the General Manager of Engineering & Production Services, the Plant Maintenance Engineering Manager assumes responsibility for overseeing a team of proactive maintenance technicians, ensuring optimal efficiency and uptime of all branch equipment. Key Responsibilities: Collaborate with Production to ensure the efficient and safe operation of all plants and equipment. Execute scheduled preventative maintenance and diligently track activities in CMMS. Minimize equipment downtime to support the daily attainment of DIFOT objectives. Delegate tasks to team members, ensuring timely and safe completion of both planned and unplanned maintenance activities. Conduct regular assessments of plant operations to identify opportunities for efficiency improvements and automation and develop corresponding Capex proposals. Lead upgrade and installation initiatives in collaboration with regional engineering teams and contractors, ensuring adherence to Capex requirements and financial targets. Manage financial aspects of maintenance work to align with monthly budgetary constraints. Supervise on-site contractors in accordance with WHSMS protocols and budgetary guidelines. Ensure compliance with regulations and safety standards pertaining to wastewater, fire, electricity, asbestos, and boilers. Uphold adherence to WHS Management, Housekeeping, and 5S protocols. Essential Criteria: Bachelor’s Degree or Trade certification (Mechanical or Electrical) with relevant experience in Plant Maintenance and Project Management . Over 5 years of demonstrated expertise in Plant Maintenance & Engineering Management or similar capacity. Proved track record of successful Relationship Management with suppliers and R&D teams, fostering ongoing industry knowledge and leveraging emerging developments. Experience in leading and implementing corrective measures derived from safety risk assessments , such as machine guarding. Proficiency in AUS/NZ Standards for production environment compliance and quality assurance. Familiarity with LEAN manufacturing principles . Experience in developing and executing Job Safety/Hazard Analysis for upgrades and installations. Possession of a Valid Driver’s License . Compensation Excellent remuneration commensurate to relevant skills and experience. How to Apply Please email your application letter with your resume to recruitkonnecting.com. About Konnecting Konnecting is an Australian Skilled Migration & Recruitment Consultancy that sources candidates for niche and specialist roles. We are also a registered migration agency that processes the Australian employer sponsored 482/457 visas. For more positions offering visa sponsorship, or for other Australian visa information, please visit www.konnecting.com. • Wed, 05 Junkonnecting
GISC237 - Heavy Plant Operator (Drainage) - closes 24 June 2024 » Glen Innes, NSW - The Heavy Plant Operator (Drainage) will operate heavy plant such as an excavators, trucks, rollers backhoes and skid... steer loaders, and operates a variety of other small to medium sized plant and equipment, to assist in the safe... • Tue, 04 JunGlen Innes Severn Council$62343 per year
GISC238 - Heavy Plant Operator (Heavy Patching) - closes 24 June 2024 » Glen Innes, NSW - The Heavy Plant Operator (Heavy Patching) will operate heavy plant such as an excavators, graders, rollers, water carts..., backhoes and skid steer loaders, and operates a variety of other small to medium sized plant and equipment, to assist in the... • Tue, 04 JunGlen Innes Severn Council$62343 per year
Industrial Electrician » Hoppers Crossing, Wyndham Area - Use your Industrial Electrical Experience and align with a secure company who continues to partner with Tier 1 Industrial Manufacturing Companies The Company This highly regarded company who started almost 20 years ago has grown year on year. The companies organic growth is due to both positive reputation and providing outstanding service to clients on a regular basis. They work with Industrial Manufacturing companies in many sectors including FMCG, Packaging, Energy & Pharmaceutical. As the company continues to grow there will be opportunities to move into mentorship roles to help the younger Electricians thrive. The Role The role will vary from each clients requirements however you provide support to either the Engineering Manager or Plant Manager by providing quality and efficient Electrical services during planned maintenance, breakdowns and the installation of new plant and equipment. You will provide safety reports / risk assessments on machines to identify and help reduce risk of hazards to workers. Your background To be successful in this role you will be: Self-motivation and the ability to operate independently within a close-knit team. Possession of a valid "A Grade Electrical Licence" White Card & EWP Licence. Previous exposure to the Industrial Manufacturing either within (FMCG) sector, Pharmaceutical, Energy or Packaging. Proven track record in identifying operational enhancements and successfully implementing them from conception to fruition. Prior engagement as the primary electrician at a manufacturing site, overseeing both production lines and standalone equipment. Hands-on experience with high-speed packing machines, conveyors, sensors, and related equipment. Sound knowledge of motor control, basic PLCs, and Variable Speed Drives (VSD). Strong people management and be able to demonstrate a proactive approach and ability to form good relationships with other technicians and stakeholders What's on Offer You will get the opportunity to work with variety of clients within different sectors which will help grow your skill set. It is Melbourne Metro based clients, limited weekends with a great package below. $120,000 - $133,000 (inc. super) Vehicle Call out/Penalty rates If you would like to discuss this opportunity further after you have submitted your resume you can contact Matthew Franke at Blackbook Executive on 03 9823 7421 • Tue, 04 JunBlackbook Executive
Automotive Mechanic LV/HV/Plant - Melbourne Airport » Australia - . You will report daily to the Shift Supervisor however will ultimately be under the management of the State Service Manager. Your role... • Tue, 04 JunTCR Group$82966 - 85470 per year
Transport Manager - Agitator/Tipper/Tanker » Campbellfield, Hume Area - The Role Hy-tec has an opportunity to join our welcoming and supportive team as a Transport Manager for our agitator, tipper, and tanker fleet. Based in Campbellfield, this full-time, permanent role is critical to our business, offering the chance to significantly impact our operational efficiency and success while ensuring a positive and supportive work environment for our drivers. We are offering an attractive salary package, which includes a tool of trade vehicle. If you are looking for the opportunity to work in a collaborative team of highly skilled people where your contribution will be valued, this is the job for you. Responsibilities Effective communication to build strong relationships with key stakeholders - drivers, LOD’s, allocators, plant managers, and administration teams. Manage all driver personnel and LOD’s addressing and resolving all employee-related issues. Daily management of LOD fleet to consistently meet the business needs. Management of the P&L for agitators, tippers, and tankers. Understanding of CoR requirements and CoR relating to heavy vehicles. Commitment to safety and continuous improvement values What you will need to succeed Demonstrated experience in effective communication and managing stakeholders are essential to the success of the role. Previous people management experience. Demonstrated ability to prioritise work effectively in an environment of constant change. Understanding of heavy vehicle compliance requirements (MC license desirable, but not essential) Sound geographical knowledge of metropolitan and surrounding suburbs of Victoria Competent when working with computers and various software packages (training provided) Our business Hy-Tec is a leading supplier of premixed concrete, aggregates, and sands to the commercial, industrial, civil and residential construction sectors. With plants and quarries, Hy-Tec supplies in excess of one million cubic meters of premixed concrete per annum to its customers. Hy-Tec is a fully owned entity of Adbri Limited; a constructions materials and industrial minerals manufacturing company that has been building a better Australia since 1882. Adbri's respected brands employ over 1500 people and together provide cement, lime, concrete, aggregates, concrete products, and industrial minerals nationally. A supportive and safe environment Hy-Tec puts safety first and recognises that diversity in our workforce drives innovation, encourages creativity and better equips us to be Always Ready. We are committed to increasing diversity within our workforce and our industry. We will be progressively short listing - if this role looks like it could be your next role, apply now. Video • Tue, 04 JunHy-Tec
CAD Engineer » Mascot, Rockdale Area - SICE ANZ is currently seeking a CAD Engineer to join our drafting team in Sydney. This position will be responsible for developing CAD drawings for SICE's OMCS (Operational Management and Control System) solution which is designed to manage and control various infrastructure projects, including traffic and plant management systems. Key responsibilities for this role include: Elaboration of drawings as required by the Design Manager / CAD Manager, by using AutoCAD and Excel. Ensuring the production of project documents are accurate, clear and concise and compliant with the Project drafting standards and national drafting standards; Assisting in the resolution of complex technical drafting issues with Project Managers and Design Engineers; and Keeping a register of the drawings produced, assuring traceability. Requirements The ideal candidate for this position will have a Bachelor's degree in a relevant field of engineering (civil, mechanical or similar field). They should also have at least 2 years of experience in similar CAD drafring/engineering roles and a high proficiency with AutoCAD. Advanced knowledge of MS Office tools and programming skills are also essential. Benefits Salary range: $80,000-$85,000 super Be part of large scale infrastructure projects. Genuine opportunities for learning and growing in a cross-functional, multi-cultural team. A collaborative and supportive work environment where everyone has the chance to make a difference. Hybrid working arrangements. Enjoy a range of benefits including up to 3 additional days of leave per year, access to a learning platform for personal and professional growth, novated leasing, coaching and wellbeing support through our EAP, and much more SICE ANZ is an Equal Opportunity Employer, inviting you to join an organisation dedicated to fostering a diverse, inclusive, and collaborative working environment. We actively encourage applications from women, individuals of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent, and those from diverse backgrounds. Your unique perspectives contribute to our collective strength. Be part of a team that values and celebrates diversity – apply today. Due to the high volume of applications received, only successful candidates will be contacted. We apologise for the inconvenience. Unsolicited applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted. • Tue, 04 JunSICE Pty Ltd
Team Lead Forest and Fire Fleet Operations » Australia - Are you looking for a way to make a genuine difference, utilise your problem-solving skills, and enhance the safety of forest firefighters? The Team Lead Forest and Fire Fleet Operations is a dynamic and rewarding role, leading the operation and maintenance of a large fleet of mobile plant, specialised firefighting fleet, and other high-risk assets within DEECA. The position leads a small and dedicated team to design and deliver effective high-value maintenance strategies and programs, coordinate response to technical issues and provide authoritative advice, and lead high-quality stakeholder engagement activities across Victoria. You'll need to enjoy working in a fast-paced environment requiring responsiveness and collaboration and will need a highly developed ability to deliver strategic prioritisation to meet organisational objectives. This role would suit someone with an established understanding of how effective program coordination at a state-level leads to enhanced operational delivery; and who values a strong focus on safety. You'll work in a flexible, supportive, and solution-focused team, with plenty of scope to influence initiatives and deliver innovative ways of working. Specialist/Technical Expertise/Qualifications Proven high-level skills and experience in team leadership, service delivery and stakeholder engagement Experience or demonstrated knowledge of heavy fleet and plant management highly desirable This is an ongoing position. The work location for this position is flexible within Victoria with hybrid work arrangements available. To be considered for this position, applicants are encouraged to submit a resume and cover letter (no longer than 2 pages) summarising their skills and relevant experience. For further information please refer to the attached position description. Applications close at midnight on Monday, 17 June 2024. Other relevant information: Preferred candidates will be required to undertake pre-employment screening, including a Declaration and Consent form and a National Police Check. To be eligible for appointment to this role, applicants will possess corresponding work rights for the advertised employment period. Appointment to an ongoing position is only available to an Australian/New Zealand citizen or an Australian Permanent Resident. A Diverse, Inclusive and Flexible Workplace DEECA welcomes applicants from a diverse range of backgrounds and we focus on the essential requirements of the job and being consistent and fair in our treatment of all applicants. We also understand that a balanced life is important to our employees. Talk to us about our flexible options such as working some days from home, starting early or late, working part time, job sharing or accessing paid or unpaid leave. • Tue, 04 JunVictorian Government
Concrete Plant Manager | Mackay, QLD » Mackay Region, Queensland - Concrete Plant Manager Hanson are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic and energetic leader to join the Bowen Basin Team as a Concrete Plant Manager overseeing the Mackay, Airlie Beach and Glenden Concrete Plants. You will be joining a strong team culture where personal and professional growth is valued and your contributions towards our success recognised. Reporting to the Area Manager, the Concrete Plant Manager is a multi-faceted role responsible for the concrete operations overseeing the daily management, sales, safety, operational, and financial activities. In your new role, you will: Be in the driver's seat, managing the day-to-day operations and making decisions that impact the overall performance of the business, including sales, financial reporting and managing costs within budget. Build and maintain effective relationships through regular communications to ensure that we are aiming towards achieving the perfect day for our customers. Engage with customers to generate new business to achieve business and sales goals. Conduct regular market analysis and gather market intelligence within your region. Lead and grow with our safety culture as a Visible Leader This role is a great fit for you, if you have: Inspired and led teams through transformation to achieve growth. A positive presence in building strong and effective relationships with key internal and external stakeholders. Passionate about delivering remarkable customer service and great results. A team player who can multi-task and make quick effective decisions under pressure. Highly resilient and adaptable to changing situations. A natural problem solver and enjoy planning. What we offer: You will be rewarded with an attractive remuneration package comprising of salary, super, company vehicle, phone, laptop, and an incentive program. Be part of highly recognised global brand name and growing organisation. Ongoing career and development opportunities Our Benefits At Hanson Australia, we understand that your well-being and professional growth are essential. That's why we offer a comprehensive range of employee benefits to enhance your work-life balance, personal development, and financial savings. Salary Sacrifice: Take control of your finances by saving on, technology, and work-related items through our salary sacrifice program. Learning and Development: Fuel your career ambitions with our extensive learning and development opportunities, enabling you to unlock your full potential. Paid Parental and Grandparent Leave: We support your family life with generous paid leave options, helping you cherish those precious moments with loved ones. Discounted Concrete & Quarry Products: Save on your home improvement projects with exclusive discounts on concrete and quarry products. Novated Leasing: Drive your dream car for less through our partnership with TFM, offering fantastic discounts on vehicles. Health and Well-being: Prioritise your health with discounted health insurance, access to retail outlets, and affordable gym memberships. Car Hire Discounts: Enjoy savings on car rentals through our exclusive car hire discounts. Electronics: Enjoy a 10% discount on a variety of products from JB HiFi. Hanson Australia is an equal-opportunity employer, and we welcome people from all walks of life. We encourage applications from Indigenous Australians, people with disability, those from diverse cultural backgrounds, and the LGBTQI community. We'll Make It Happen • Mon, 03 JunHanson Australia
Plant Inspector » Mackay, QLD - Reporting to the Operations Manager (Mining East), your role as a Plant Inspector is part of our Mackay inspections... • Mon, 03 JunAtlam Group
Mobile Plant Operators » Adelaide, SA - Virginia, SA - . Reporting to the Farm Department Manager, the Mobile Plant Operator will operate and control agricultural and horticultural...'s leading supermarket chains plus independents and exports. We are currently seeking experienced and motivated Mobile Plant... • Mon, 03 JunZerella Fresh
Plant Manager (Australia) » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - About Ruggable: Ruggable is a leading direct-to-consumer e-commerce brand based in Los Angeles, California with an extraordinary track record of high, profitable growth. We pride ourselves on having an extremely loyal customer base and a talented team made up of genuinely caring people who take action and deliver results. We are venture-backed and own a patented washable rug design that's disrupting the home décor industry. Our mission is to empower our customers to live vibrantly with beautiful products that don't compromise on function. If you're passionate about consumer products, e-commerce, and high-growth start-ups, keep reading Job Summary: Ruggable is looking for a rock star Plant Manager to join our growing Melbourne, AU location The Plant Manager position directs and manages all plant operations with overall responsibilities for safety, production, maintenance, quality, cost control, and other production-related activities. The Plant Manager will also drive continuous improvement and optimization of all processes within the plant. The Plant Manager will also be helping to launch our local AU operations and will be heavily involved in hiring and training the management and associate team. What You'll Do: Lead core Operations for the AU business unit inclusive of Manufacturing and Supply chain functions Learn from US counterparts and help to open local AU plant Commit and drive plant safety and Ruggable's value-based culture Plan, organize, direct, and run optimum day to day operations to meet company quality and production goals Increase production, assets capacity, and flexibility while minimizing unnecessary costs and maintaining company quality standards using LEAN tools and continuous improvement Develop and maintain plant culture that aligns with Ruggable's customer first mentality Develop, collect and analyze production data to reduce inefficiencies and increase throughput without reducing quality Identify cost savings opportunities and develop business plans to realize the savings Implement and maintain preventative maintenance programs for equipment Provide strategic direction for the plant team aligned to company goals through the use of Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) Provide mentorship, development, and leadership to plant management team What You'll Need to Have: Required: 5-7 years of experience in fast-paced manufacturing environment 5-7 years of experience directing, creating, and coaching a large team 2-3 years of supply chain, inventory control and warehouse experience Plant Manager competencies - budgeting, strategic planning, resource allocation, cost controls, and human resources Familiarity with industry standards, equipment, technical expertise, and regulations Expert level knowledge of designing and improving manufacturing processes 1-2 years experience implementing LEAN projects Ability to operate in all stages of plant operations with limited direction Interviewing, hiring, training, rewarding and disciplining employees Degree-qualified or equivalent combination of education, training and experience Preferred: Education in Industrial/Mechanical Engineering strongly preferred Prior experience as a Plant Manager Experience in start-up / fast paced eCommerce environment Compensation: $130,000-$150,000AUD base salary per year An annual bonus percentage that varies based on level of role At Ruggable, we offer competitive compensation and benefits packages. Ruggable is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. We proudly recruit and hire a diverse workforce and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. If you are based in California, we encourage you to read this important information for California residents linked here. To all recruitment agencies: Ruggable does not accept unsolicited agency resumes. Please do not forward resumes to our jobs alias, Ruggable employees or any other company destination. Ruggable is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes. • Mon, 03 JunRuggable
Plant Operator » The Rocks, Sydney - Your next opportunity Are you passionate about building a sustainable future? Do you want to contribute to exciting commercial and residential infrastructure in your community? Join our dynamic team at our Swan Hill Concrete Plant and play a key role in Building Something Great. Reporting to the Plant Manager, you will have an important role at Boral's Swan Hill concrete manufacturing plant. From weighing sand and aggregates into the material bins, to the delivery of the concrete in an agitator truck to customer sites; this is an exciting and diverse role. Boral plays a key role in the growth and development of the local town, and you will be part of "building something great" in Swan Hill. Your day will involve: Safe operation of front-end loader to weigh up materials for batching Communicating with tipper drivers and powder trucks to coordinate truck movements at the plant Driving HR agitator truck to deliver concrete to several different types of construction sites General yard housekeeping and maintenance What are we looking for? Interest in the construction/concrete industry as full training will be provided Passion or interest in operating heavy machinery/vehicles Valid HR licence or willingness to obtain a HR licence with Boral's support Hands-on approach and a willingness to cover several responsibilities across the plant as required What's on offer? Permanent, full-time opportunity offering overtime Monthly Rostered Day Off - 13 additional, paid days off Access to a variety of support networks including Boral Employee Assistance Program We provide a working environment that is safe, caring, supportive and dynamic with a clear focus on continually encouraging and developing its people Genuine career growth opportunities within Boral • Mon, 03 JunBoral
Warehouse Manager » The Rocks, Sydney - Company Description Our Pact Packaging division is pioneering a whole of product life cycle approach to sustainable packaging. Partnering with global brands to local producers, we integrate supply chain efficiencies and sustainable practices into everything we design and manufacture. Warehouse Manager This is a permanent position reporting directly to the Plant Manager. You will manage warehouse staff across 24/5 operating facility, create and implement processes and procedures, drive best practice and continuous improvement to maximize efficiencies and improve operational performance whilst ensuring a safe workplace for all team members. We are seeking a practical 'hands-on' person with a 'can-do' attitude who is capable of managing multiple concurrent responsibilities. The core responsibilities of this role: Overseeing daily warehouse operations, inclusive of managing all warehouse duties such as: shipping, receiving of materials, unpacking, stocking, picking goods for shipment and ensure these are all completed within company guidelines and company/customer timelines Maintaining quality control of incoming and outgoing shipments Managing resources effectively Working with management to meet budgetary and operational goals Ensure that the daily work tasks are performed within operational guidelines and in a safe and efficient manner Training and mentoring team members Evaluating overall performances of each team member Stock management and control across multiple warehouses Coordinating with freight forwarders in relation to incoming containers Developing and implementing growth strategies Develop and implement improvements to operational procedures to maximize efficiency and cut operational costs Warehouse related HR duties Liaison with all departments Regular reporting to the leadership team General organizing and keeping warehouse tidy and in order The successful candidate will have: Previous distribution experience in a senior leadership role Continuous improvement focus Experience in driving change in procedures and processes to reduce cost and improve efficiencies. IT knowledge including a strong understanding of Warehouse Management Systems, specifically knowledge in SAP Service Pack one (SP1) Inventory and stock management experience, ability to lead and improve on stock takes, receiving and SLOBs management Advanced skills in analyzing data for operational and performance reporting Strong problem-solving skills Strong leadership qualities Excellent communication skills Passion and experience in supply chain with previous logistic and warehouse or operations management experience Qualifications Forklift license essential Australian working rights Additional Information About us Our vision is to lead the circular economy through packaging, reuse and recycling solutions. It's a future-driven group commitment, designed to create lasting value. We're the largest plastics recycler in Australia and New Zealand and one of the region's biggest user of recycled materials. We have 6,000 team members, operate 110 manufacturing facilities across 15 countries, and our customers include some of the world's largest brands that consumers know and trust. As a global leader in circular and sustainable packaging solutions, we've committed to lead the circular economy through a $500 million investment plan. For us, it's about finding new and better ways of doing things. Ways to grow business, to give back to the environment and to enrich people's lives every day. Our promise is to create a better and more prosperous world all round. That's our future Pact. Let's lead the way together. • Mon, 03 JunPact Group
Plant Manager - Erskine Park » Australia - Who We Are Welcome to Stramit We are glad you are taking the time to understand more about this opportunity and why we think you should join the Stramit team. Part of the Fletcher Building Group, Stramit is one of Australia's leading manufacturers and suppliers of roll formed steel building products. A business steeped in history, our success comes from an in-depth knowledge of industry, entrepreneurial spirit and growth mindset. The backbone of our business is our 850 Sales, Operations, Customer Service and Support Service functional teams across our 15 sites, who position us as a market leader in our field. The Role We are seeking a leader who is passionate, driven and delivers exceptional results through strong people development and engagement. The role oversees and manages all facets of operations from raw material ordering through manufacturing to dispatch and is based in Erskine Park, NSW. Day to Day Responsibilities include: Safety is our number ONE priority. You will ensure the operation supports our successful pathway towards a national target of Zero Harm. Development and execution of site improvement plans that align with the business strategy. Heavy focus on building capability to empower teams & drive results through others. Drive the Operating team to identify and manage improvements to technology, culture, capability and operating systems to deliver a best practice and reliable operation. Lead the Maintenance & Reliability strategy and Progressive Maintenance Pillar for the site. Lead and manage direct reports by driving capability through effective coaching and mentoring, as well a role modelling business principles and values. Budgets, cost optimisation and efficiencies are delivered. Continuous growth in DIFOT. Ad hoc interstate travel required. About you Minimum of 5 years in a similar/like-minded role (construction materials / FMCG manufacturing, plant operations, leading large multi-shift teams). Proven coaching, and leadership skills in a team-based environment/people engagement. Excellent communication (verbal & written) with strong financial & business acumen. Technical knowledge of Kronos, SAP CMMS and Microsoft Excel desirable. Ability to meet deadlines and making time sensitive decisions on the fly. Go getter attitude who is looking to develop and grow their career with Stramit (we can support this). What is in it for you? You will be joining an iconic Australian brand that is constantly evolving. With our grit, determination and relentless pursuit for excellence, we are constantly on the lookout for design and innovation enhancements to improve built landscapes. With a team that blends years of experience with youthful curiosity, we are searching for a team player to build our future together. Most important part… why work with us? No matter who you are, if you have the drive and commitment to make a difference, you'll have a bright future with us. Whether in the factory, on the road, or in the office, you'll be working with the best in the industry. You'll be part of a supportive team continually finding better ways to do things - all aimed at making it easier for our customers to get the job done. We are proud to offer: Parental Leave: primary carers receive full base pay for 26 weeks or receive 50% of full pay over 52 weeks. Secondary carers receive 4 weeks of full pay. Strong Inclusion and diversity commitment to our team members including Gender affirmation leave (10 days) LGBTQ Rainbow Tick accreditation. Stramit app, FULL of fantastic discounts at Coles, Woolworths and popular retailers as well as health and wellness access. Full training, the latest technology and tools of the trade to support your success at Stramit Stramit are proud to be a WORK180 Endorsed Employer, in recognition of our commitment to raising workplace standards for all Women - [1] https://work180.com/en-au/for-women/employer/stramit To submit your application, click the 'apply now' button. We look forward to reviewing your application and exploring your potential with Stramit. • Sat, 01 JunFLETCHER BUILDING LIMITED
Process Engineer » Sydney, Sydney Region - Globally recognised market leading manufacturer. Thriving business seeking a Process Engineer to join their growing team in Western Sydney. The Company: Our client is internationally recognised as a market leader, with a long-standing history of manufacturing innovative, high-quality electronic products, supplied to a wide range of markets around the world. A highly successful group that was founded over thirty years ago, they are passionate about working collaboratively and partnering with customers to achieve high-quality outcomes, with a focus on creating value and continually looking for the best solutions. They continue to grow year on year and are now looking to recruit a Process Engineer to join their team and contribute to the continued growth of the business. The Role: Reporting to the Plant Manager, your responsibilities will include: Supporting new product introduction Product defect analysis using root cause analysis techniques Monitoring yields and proactively searching for methods of improvement Ensure all equipment is set up and suitable for the production required Conduct trials to evaluate new processes and/or materials Defining the most effective method of product assembly, including time studies and workflow measurements Your Profile: To be successful in this role you will have a minimum of three years of experience in a similar role within a manufacturing environment and be tertiary qualified, with mechanical or mechatronic engineering qualifications preferred. It is also expected that you have good planning and organisational skills, have strong process engineering skills, as well as excellent problem-solving abilities. In addition, you are a self-motivated and reliable team member, have an exceptional attention to detail, as well as excellent communication skills. Due to the nature of the work, our client requires an Australian citizen for this position. Please apply directly by hitting the apply tab or if you would like to have a confidential chat regarding this or any other position, please contact Tim Smith on 02 8896 6038. Follow us on LinkedIn and Like us on Facebook for regular updates. • Fri, 31 MayNicriel Partners
Plant Metallurgist » Darwin, NT - Attractive roster of 15/13 Darwin Longevity and career development opportunities. Plant Metallurgist Glencore...: Excellent opportunity for an energetic plant metallurgist to be involved in all aspects of operating a mineral processing plant... • Fri, 31 MayGlencore
SAP Plant Maintenance Functional Consultant » Brisbane, QLD - Desired Competencies (Technical/Behavioral Competency) Must-Have 7+ Years of SAP Plant Maintenance consultant... Solution Manager preferred Exposure to HP QC for SAP functional testing is plus Knowledge of project implementation, go... • Fri, 31 MayAvance Consulting
Principal Officer Plant Biosecurity » Adelaide, SA - Glenside, SA - Job status: Ongoing Eligibility: Open to Everyone We have an exciting opportunity for a Principal Officer Plant Biosecurity... to be part of our Biosecurity Division within PIRSA. The role reports to the Manager Biosecurity Governance and Projects. PIRSA... • Fri, 31 MayGovernment of South Australia$109060 - 118690 per year
Multi Skilled Plant Operator » Petrie, QLD - location in the coming months. About our opportunity This position will have you operating a range of medium plant items.... You will be carrying out pre start checks on the relevant plant/equipment and reporting any defects or safety issues with the plant... • Fri, 31 MayMoreton Bay Regional Council$69344 per year
Plant and Yard Manager » Sutherland Area, Southern Sydney - ConsultANZ is excited to offer an opportunity for a skilled and experienced Plant and Yard Manager to join our client's growing team in Sydney. ConsultANZ is hiring a Plant and Yard Manager for a fast-growing civil engineering contractor in Sydney. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a dynamic and expanding company RESPONSIBILITIES: As a Plant and Yard Manager in Civil Construction, you will oversee the operation and maintenance of all yard equipment. You'll manage yard staff, schedule repairs, maintain inventory, and ensure a safe work environment, complying with health and safety regulations. Oversee the operation, maintenance, and repair of construction plant and equipment. Develop and implement preventive maintenance schedules. Coordinate with suppliers and service providers for repairs. Ensure equipment is serviced and inspected before and after use. Organize and layout the construction yard efficiently. Supervise yard staff, including operators, technicians, and laborers. Allocate resources to support projects. Securely store equipment when not in use. Maintain accurate records of equipment, tools, and materials. Monitor inventory levels and reorder supplies. Conduct regular stock checks and audits. Ensure compliance with health and safety regulations. Implement and enforce safety procedures. Conduct regular safety inspections and address hazards. Provide training on equipment operation, safety procedures, and best practices. Identify training needs and foster continuous improvement. REQUIREMENTS: Certifications such as Certified Plant Maintenance Manager (CPMM), Certified Manager of Quality/Organizational Excellence (CMQ/OE), or similar certifications are a plus. Proven 5 experience in a similar role within the construction industry. Strong knowledge of construction equipment, maintenance, and repair procedures. Excellent organizational and leadership abilities. Skilled at multitasking and prioritizing in a fast-paced setting. Strong communication and interpersonal skills. Proficient with computer software, including inventory management tools. Knowledgeable about health and safety regulations and procedures. BENEFITS: Salary - $120k-$140k base super car (negotiable base on level of experience) Work on exciting civil engineering projects. Be part of a supportive and inclusive team. APPLY NOW If interested or email claire.yangconsultanz.com.au to hear more about this opportunity. REFER A FRIEND Was this opportunity not right for you? Do you know someone suitable? Refer a friend today, and if successful, receive a $500 reward • Thu, 30 MayConsultANZ
Whyalla - Plant Operator » South Australia - Qube is looking for a Service Manager to join the Qube Forestry team in Mount Gambier! Tauranga, New Zealand 29 Jun... working across a variety of Mobile Plant Equipment. South Australia, Australia 31 Aug 2024 We are looking for MC... • Thu, 30 MayQube
Plant Operator » Swan Hill, VIC - role in Building Something Great. Reporting to the Plant Manager, you will have an important role at Boral's Swan Hill... commercial and residential infrastructure in your community? Join our dynamic team at our Swan Hill Concrete Plant and play a key... • Thu, 30 MayBoral
Mechanical Engineer » Australia - Join a leading Australian-owned and operated foundation engineering company with over 40 years of experience. They specialize in providing technically advanced solutions for construction projects in Australia and New Zealand, focusing on ground improvement, retention piles, driven piles, bored piles, and CFA piles. We are seeking a Mechanical Engineer to support our National Plant Manager. Your responsibilities include: Designing, analysing feasibility, and creating proposals for mechanical products, equipment, and systems using CAD software. Conducting risk analyses, stress tests, and certifications to ensure compliance with legislative requirements. Collaborating with engineers to implement operating procedures and resolve system malfunctions. Ensuring all operations adhere to company standards and safety regulations. The ideal candidate will have: A degree in Mechanical Engineering or related field. Proficiency in CAD software and mechanical design Strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Excellent communication and teamwork abilities. Commitment to safety and regulatory compliance. Eagerness for professional development and RPEQ status. Join us and enjoy: Competitive salary and benefits including base salary, vehicle allowance, tools of trade and superannuation Opportunities for professional growth – support in your pursuit of RPEQ accreditation A supportive and collaborative work environment. Access to cutting-edge technology in foundation engineering. Join the team and be part of shaping the future of foundation engineering in Australia and New Zealand. To apply, please submit your resume to Justin Bindman of Dean & Ling Executive. For a confidential discussion about this opportunity, contact Justin Bindman on 0431 821 593. Alternatively, submit your application via the Apply button • Thu, 30 May
PLANT MANAGER » Somerton, VIC - for a full-time Plant Manager to join our growing team based North of Melbourne CBD. The Plant Manager position will direct..., and other production-related activities. The Plant Manager will also drive continuous improvement and optimization of all processes... • Wed, 29 MayBayside Group
Industrial Electrician » Altona East, Hobsons Bay Area - Use your Industrial Electrical Experience and align with a secure company who continues to partner with Tier 1 Industrial Manufacturing Companies The Company This highly regarded company who started almost 20 years ago has grown year on year. The companies organic growth is due to both positive reputation and providing outstanding service to clients on a regular basis. They work with Industrial Manufacturing companies in many sectors including FMCG, Packaging, Energy & Pharmaceutical. As the company continues to grow there will be opportunities to move into mentorship roles to help the younger Electricians thrive. The Role The role will vary from each clients requirements however you provide support to either the Engineering Manager or Plant Manager by providing quality and efficient Electrical services during planned maintenance, breakdowns and the installation of new plant and equipment. You will provide safety reports / risk assessments on machines to identify and help reduce risk of hazards to workers. Your background To be successful in this role you will be: Self-motivation and the ability to operate independently within a close-knit team. Possession of a valid "A Grade Electrical Licence" White Card & EWP Licence. Previous exposure to the Industrial Manufacturing either within (FMCG) sector, Pharmaceutical, Energy or Packaging. Proven track record in identifying operational enhancements and successfully implementing them from conception to fruition. Prior engagement as the primary electrician at a manufacturing site, overseeing both production lines and standalone equipment. Hands-on experience with high-speed packing machines, conveyors, sensors, and related equipment. Sound knowledge of motor control, basic PLCs, and Variable Speed Drives (VSD). Strong people management and be able to demonstrate a proactive approach and ability to form good relationships with other technicians and stakeholders What's on Offer You will get the opportunity to work with variety of clients within different sectors which will help grow your skill set. It is Melbourne Metro based clients, limited weekends with a great package below. $120,000 - $133,000 (inc. super) Vehicle Call out/Penalty rates If you would like to discuss this opportunity further after you have submitted your resume you can contact Matthew Franke at Blackbook Executive on 03 9823 7421 • Wed, 29 MayBlackbook Executive
Waste Management Centre Plant Operator » Hobart Region, Tasmania - Unit: City Resilience Division: City Life Location: McRobies Gully Waste Management Centre Employment status: Temporary 2 Years Full Time Classification: Municipal Employee Level 5 Agreement: Hobart City Council Enterprise Agreement 2021 Salary range: $66,642 per annum 12.5% superannuation. Work in a dynamic team Build and shape a positive team culture Flexible working arrangements for a better work/life balance About the role This role works daily to support and ensure safe, efficient and cost effective waste management practices are delivered. Role accountabilities include: Responsible for landfill and transfer station operations, organic recycling and other waste, recycling and resource recovery operations are delivered. Operate and maintain plant and equipment at the transfer station in accordance with the plant operation manual and workshop operator’s standing instructions. Provide information to the general public on effective waste management, disposal, recovery and recycling activities. Control traffic on the landfill and transfer station site to ensure safety of employees and public at all times through effective instructions and placement of signs and traffic management devices. Learn more about the role in the position description: Position Description About you You will have completed a Certificate III in Waste Management (CPP30719) or have the ability to acquire it and a demonstrated competency and experience to operate plant which can include Loader, Excavator, Compactor, Tracked Loader and Heavy Rigid Truck. About us The City of Hobart offers something for everyone, with connections between nature, history, culture, businesses and each other. We are proud to provide a range of services and facilities that support the wellbeing, safety and participation of the community as well as continuously look to improve and embrace new approaches to achieve better outcomes for all. With an industrious and diversified economy, wherever your skills, talents and passions lie, we can offer you the opportunity to have a rewarding career with ongoing learning and development opportunities. We recognise contributions to our workforce and offer: Above Award wages and Employer Superannuation at 12.5% with salary sacrifice options. Flexible work arrangements including the option to apply for a nine-day fortnight. A wide range of paid leave entitlements. Health and Wellness programs, including onsite gyms. Discounted membership at Hobart Aquatic Centre. Ability to purchase additional leave after 12 months of service. An Employee Assistance Program that offers onsite visits. Corporate Health Plan discounts with BUPA, St. Lukes and Medibank. Low Interest Personal Loans (LGAT). Learn more about what the City of Hobart can offer you . The City of Hobart is committed to building an inclusive community and workplace. As an equal opportunity employer, we encourage applications from people of all backgrounds, abilities, ages and identities. City of Hobart has a strong commitment to health and safety. Appointment will be subject to satisfactory pre-employment background checks. These will include reference checks, National Police History record check, and Medical Assessment including drug and alcohol testing. Learn more about our vision, mission and values . How to apply Before you begin You will need to read the position description prior to commencing your application as you will be required to address the key duties, skills and knowledge for this role in 600 words or less. Ensure you have copies of your resume, qualification/s, and your Driver Licence to attach at the end of your application. If you require any further information specific to this role please contact Roderick Blair, Supervisor Waste Management Centre on 62382582 or email blairrhobartcity.com.au. All applications must be made in the online portal , and you can save your application as you progress through the stages until you submit your final application. If you have any issues with submitting your application, please email details of the issue to recruitmenthobartcity.com.au . Selection process Candidates are initially selected for interview based on the details provided in their application. The City of Hobart assesses all applications based on merit. Positions are filled, based on how well the successful candidate meets the requirements of the position. Learn more about the selection process on our website . Applications close 11:59pm Monday 17 June 2024 (AEDT). • Wed, 29 MayCity of Hobart
Control Automation Engineer » Australia - New Zealand Sugar Company is one of NZ's top 100 companies and the jewel in one of the largest global Agri-businesses, Wilmar. We are holistic in our approach to our people with excellent remuneration and benefits through to providing a great working environment where you have the opportunity to make a difference within the team and business every day. With an enviable reputation as one of NZ's premier manufacturers and suppliers of food products, 'Chelsea' has an inherent culture of continuous improvement in everything we do. We are currently seeking an early careers Automation Engineer to join our team. The role will join a small team of engineers who provide the site with a stable and reliable system through management and maintenance of existing and new control systems. Specifically you will be responsible for: Maintaining control systems Maintenance of breakdowns/support for Electricians (including after- hours callout roster) Control System Changes/Projects PLC coding Robot Pattern configuration/adjustments SCADA/Operator Panel design and implementation About You Tertiary qualification in Engineering e.g. Mechatronics or Electrical Engineering. 0-2 years experience in a manufacturing environment with strong exposure to process control engineering in the continuous process industries. We will consider graduates with limited industry experience with a hunger to learn so please apply Desirable for exposure to other areas of plant management via working in a range of technical and non- technical roles (e.g. production, maintenance, planning and logistics) A natural problem solver with a desire to always get to the root cause of problems. So what's in it for you? We can offer you an excellent salary package together with fantastic benefits such as a comprehensive company wellness program, individual training and development plans, free product of the month, covered health insurance, extra contribution towards superannuation, onsite gym and tennis court. Don't miss out on this awesome opportunity - we look forward to receiving your application today Job Details Reference 43361 Posted on 20 May 2024 Closes on 20 June 2024 17:00 Location(s) New Zealand, Auckland - North Shore, Christchurch Expertise Electrical Job level(s) Graduate, Experienced Work type(s) Permanent More details (document) Business unit New Zealand Sugar • Tue, 28 MayWilmar International Limited
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Maintenance Planner » Townsville Region, Queensland - About Us JBS Australia is the largest and most respected meat and food producer in Australia. We have a strong portfolio of leading and renowned beef, lamb, pork, salmon and value-added branded products, such as AMH, Swift, Primo, Murray Valley and Huon. Located 12km south of Townsville, a major gateway to Queensland's world-renowned Great Barrier Reef, the JBS Townsville processing facility is JBS Australia's most northern operation. Cattle are sourced from a wide supply area, including the Northern Territory, north and north-western Queensland and packed into the AMH brand, the most trusted name in beef. The facility employs approximately 430 employees and processes approximately 900 head per day, operating 4 days/week. About the Role Our Townsville Plant is currently recruiting an experienced Maintenance Planner to join our team in a full-time capacity. Reporting to the Plant Manager, the Maintenance Planner will have responsibility for a wide range of engineering and maintenance activities associated with the operation of a fast-paced manufacturing facility. Whilst work will be predominantly day shift (Monday to Friday), hours of work will be as required to meet the demands of the job, and will be directed by the Plant Engineer. Your key responsibilities will include: Ensuring all requested and scheduled tasks are investigated, planned, executed, completed and closed out on time and on budget Daily supervision, support and direction to Maintenance Employees Preparing and ordering necessary spare parts and materials for planned tasks via SAP Ensuring all PM's (Preventative Maintenance) 01, 02's (Reactive and Proactive) are completed by the end of each month and are in accordance with budgetary allocation Achieving KPI targets of 95% (minimum) monthly PM completions Monitoring spare parts holdings and the condition of critical spares Planning schedules and coordinating electrical shutdown tasks in conjunction with the Maintenance Supervisors Supporting, coordinating and controlling ongoing maintenance and capital works planning and coordination functions for all areas of the plant Facilitating maintenance to ensure production requirements are met About You Proven experience in the maintenance of a dynamic, fast moving food manufacturing or processing environment Thorough understanding of maintenance work management and ordering processes Ability to lead and motivate employees to continuously improve in their area of responsibility Understanding of work planning and scheduling procedures Sound computer skills, including SAP knowledge Leadership skills within a team-based environment Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills Effective problem-solving skills Sound knowledge of OH&S regulations Demonstrated capacity to work as part of a team, or autonomously, whilst achieving individual and team KPI's Flexibility to work a rotating roster as required Reliable and punctual Excellent attention to detail Why work for JBS Australia? Heavily discounted meat products Retail discounts with national partners Health insurance discounts on Bupa Health and Medibank Private Ongoing training and career development opportunities Interested? APPLY NOW If you have any enquiries or would like to know more about this role, please contact Nicholas Pratt (HR Manager, Townsville Plant) via email - Nicholas.Prattjbssa.com.au • Sun, 26 MayJBS USA
Plant Health & Safety Manager » Littleton, Lithgow Area - Job Location: Lithgow Lithgow Company description Ferrero is a family-owned company with a truly progressive and global outlook and iconic brands such as Nutella, Tic Tac, Ferrero Rocher, Raffaello, Kinder Bueno and Kinder Surprise. As the love for our brands continues to grow, so too does our global reach. Represented in more than 50 countries, with products sold in more than 170, the Ferrero Group is loved by generations around the world. The secret to our global success? 40,000 dedicated employees who celebrate care and quality to craft a business, careers and brands we are proud of. Join us, and you could be one of them. Diversity Statement Ferrero is committed to building a diverse and inclusive culture in which all employees feel welcomed and appreciated and have the same opportunities. We believe all of our people are equally talented in their own way. In nurturing the curiosity and natural abilities of our employees, we provide them, generation after generation, the means to succeed personally and professionally, enabling them to craft their journey at Ferrero. The diversity of our talents is what makes our work environment multicultural, innovative and highly rewarding. About the Role: The role is responsible for effective planning, directing and coordination of Health and Safety activities on Ferrero Plant in Lithgow. The role guarantees the service level for internal clients, in terms of quality, efficiency and results orientated Health, Safety and Environment activities for Ferrero Australia. Main Responsibilities: Design, develop, and implement H&S objectives and strategy in accordance with overall Group strategy and Operational requirements Manage H&S activities: plan, direct, coordinate and supervise H&S activities in accordance with policies, procedures, and standards to ensure that the H&S area operates smoothly Develop improvement in H&S systems to ensure maximum economy and efficiency for the Company Manage the planning and guarantee execution of H&S for the Plant, provide continuous development of current and potential new H&S strategies to meet the Company objectives Participate in Quality, Food Safety, Environmental, Energy, Workplace Health and Safety programs based on ISO Ensure raw materials / packaging / processes / intermediate product and finished product in their department is maintained in a "food safe" way Hold responsibility to ensure the health, safety and welfare at work of all the employees. Ensure the people on the lines are working in a "food safe" way Induct contractors and visitors as required in the respective requirements for the work they are about to perform in their area of responsibility Follow the instructions to resolve issues, report on problems and further escalate Analyze and evaluate H&S within the company and recommend improvements Maintains H&S records in SAP and coordinate H&S reporting Propose H&S costs budget, manage and monitor costs to improve the profit impact Develop and implement the H&S annual budget for the Plant, ensuring that operations are managed within the established guidelines (people, resources, training and development) Monitor the industry development and build the knowledge of industry trends and practices Participates with the IT department in the designing of new IT methods and tools to ensure the most efficient and economical management of the H&S activities Who we are looking for: University degree in a relevant field, professional certifications required 8 years of relevant Health & Safety management experience in FMCG food manufacturing Strong knowledge of the HSE Law, respective regulations and requirements Strong accountability and problem-solving skills, result orientation Good planning and control capability, lateral thinking Ability to work across teams and manage multiple stakeholders in an effective way, good team management Adaptiveness and flexibility, good time and self-management skills Advanced MS Office, SAP is considered a strong plus How to be successful in the role and at Ferrero: Consumers, quality and care are at the heart of everything we do. So, to be successful at Ferrero, you'll need to be just as consumer and product centric as we are - dedicated to crafting brilliant results for consumers around the world. • Sun, 26 MayFerrero
Plant Operator - Civil Infrastructure (PX73/24) » Cockburn, WA - Plant Operator - Civil Infrastructure Full time permanent position The City of Cockburn is dynamic and rapidly... and an exciting future. About the Position The City of Cockburn are seeking a plant operator capable of performing a variety... • Sat, 25 MayCity of Cockburn$70552 - 71434 per year
Plant Health & Safety Manager » Lithgow, NSW - is responsible for effective planning, directing and coordination of Health and Safety activities on Ferrero Plant in Lithgow. The... Manage the planning and guarantee execution of H&S for the Plant, provide continuous development of current and potential new... • Fri, 24 MayFerrero
Plant Health & Safety Manager » Lithgow, NSW - is responsible for effective planning, directing and coordination of Health and Safety activities on Ferrero Plant in Lithgow. The... Manage the planning and guarantee execution of H&S for the Plant, provide continuous development of current and potential new... • Fri, 24 MayFerrero
Plant Administrator CopperString 2032 » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Plant Administrator - CopperString 2032 Project We're changing the way Australia generates its energy, are you ready for a change? The Project UGL and CPB Contractors have been awarded the early works contract to support Powerlink's delivery of CopperString 2032. This $5 billion iconic project will initially be approximately 840 kilometers of new transmission line running from just south of Townsville to Mount Isa that will connect Queensland's Northwest Minerals Province to the national electricity grid. The project scope includes: 500 kilovolt (kV) transmission line from just south of Townsville to Hughenden. 330kV transmission line from Hughenden to Cloncurry. 220kV transmission line from Cloncurry to Mount Isa. Up to six new substation sites. This exciting project will commence construction in 2024 and we are currently looking for an experienced Plant Administrator who has worked with a Tier 1 company to join the team based in the Brisbane office located in Bowen Hills. Working with guidance from the Plant & Assets Manager the Plant Administrator is responsible for assisting the plant team and to administer the plant system. What will a day in this role look like: Participate in the preparation of the project Plant Maintenance Management Plan. Assist with internal and external audit process and resolution of queries. Liaising with site to record and update all maintenance documentation through on-site maintenance system. Liaising with other project departments to ensure effective & efficient mobile plant records & information is shared. Enter pre-starts, service intervals, inspection and maintenance records received in the maintenance management system. Monitor Plant related AP Workflow and receipt all plant related invoices and purchase orders. The following qualifications and experience are highly desired, but if you don't tick all the boxes you could still be a perfect fit for this role. Please apply as all applications will be considered. What are we looking for you to bring to the team: Previous experience in integrated and interfaced plant maintenance management systems. Understanding of financial systems, principles and processes. Experience with plant, equipment, light vehicles and trucks. Must be able to plan and prioritise workloads in an environment of constant change. Advanced level computer skills with significant exposure to the MS Office suite of applications. Experience with using SAP, JDE or similar. What we offer Great culture that values diversity, innovation, and integrity. Diverse opportunities to grow as a professional. Ongoing training for career progression. Employee benefits, rewards and wellbeing program. A competitive remuneration. About us The UGL and CPB Contractors JV for the CopperString 2032 Project brings together the expertise and large project experience of both companies. Both UGL and CPB Contractors are leading and respected organisations across engineering, construction, and maintenance services. We are a member of the CIMIC Group of companies. We value diversity - in the backgrounds, ideas, work styles and perspectives of our team. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and strongly encourage people with disability, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people, mature aged workers and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply. As part of the recruitment process, there are a number of checks which may be conducted to demonstrate an applicant's suitability for a role including police / criminal background checks, medical, drug and alcohol testing, due diligence checks, right to work checks, and/or reference checks. Opportunities on this project are being sourced directly and we will not accept applications via external recruitment agencies. • Fri, 24 MayCIMIC Group Limited
Rendering Operator » Warrnambool Region, Victoria - Be part of one of Victoria's largest protein producer that has been exporting worldwide About our Client: Our client is dedicated to the growth and sustainability of their suppliers, company, customers, and communities. They pride themselves on delivering quality Australian products worldwide and having control of the supply chain by owning farms, factories, and distribution channels. They have grown from humble beginnings to be one of Australia's leading protein exporters. Role Overview: This role involves operating advanced computer-controlled process equipment, cookers, and machinery. It also includes identifying and resolving any process issues and conducting product quality tests to ensure compliance with QA standards. Main Duties & Responsibilities: Operate equipment and control processes for producing high-quality animal protein products and fat using learned production methods. Monitor gauges for time, pressure, and temperature, ensuring smooth product flow via SCADA / Factory-Talk or any automated systems. Adhere to all quality standards, work instructions, and safety requirements. Log relevant information into log sheets at specified intervals and sample products as needed. Conduct basic troubleshooting and repair of equipment. Skills & Experience: Prior experience in a rendering facility or production environment or trade qualification is preferred (or willingness to undertake accredited training). Reliable, physically fit, and willing to work as part of a team. Ability to follow written, verbal instructions and complete simple checklists and complete required documentation. Basic computer operational skills; able to input and retrieve computerised information. You must pass a drug & alcohol test and be willing to undergo a pre-employment medical if required. Ability to work nights and/or weekends as needed You have already had a Q Fever vaccination or are willing to participate in the vaccination process. Benefits A permanent and full-time role. Opportunity to work with state-of-the-art equipment and advanced modern technology Join a stable and growing business - which means stability and career growth for you, too. Work in a company with a positive and welcoming culture. Attractive benefits include relocation, staff discounts, and on-site parking. How to Apply: Submit your resume and a cover letter outlining your relevant experience and why you are the ideal candidate for the Rendering Plant Manager to Nick Body at Nickscitex.com.au or Clarence Magtoto at clarencescitexgroup.com To apply for this vacancy, you MUST be an Australian citizen or resident or have already secured the right to work in Australia and, therefore, hold a valid visa. Scitex specialises in permanent, contract and temporary recruitment - and has done since 1987. We are here to engineer better Mondays. We love connecting talented people with great work opportunities in workplaces where you can thrive and make a meaningful difference. • Fri, 24 MayScitex Recruitment
Construction Project Manager, Brownfield Manufacturing Plant » Port Kembla, Wollongong Area - As a Construction Project Manager, you will be responsible for planning, supervising, and executing a range of construction projects from start to finish. Your expertise will contribute to the successful completion of brownfield initiatives. Responsibilities: Lead projects through all phases, including design, procurement, and construction. Manage project assets, ensuring timely completion within budget. Develop Construction Teams' plans to reflect and recognise the Construction Critical Path Collaborate with subcontractors, vendors, and internal teams. Ensure compliance with health and safety standards. You will possess: Tertiary qualification in civil, structural engineering or project management. Proven experience in managing brownfield construction projects in manufacturing. Strong strategic planning and execution skills. Familiarity with cost estimating and budget management. I you are looking for an influential role in which your impact will significantly improve the manufacturing function of this long-established site of a Global FMCG, then we want to speak to you. Interested? APPLY NOW • Thu, 23 MaySAGE Automation
Plant & Equipment Underwriter » Sydney, NSW - or declination on risks which exceed authority. Assists manager in providing input on underwriting results, profit analysis, market... relations. Qualifications: Your Skills & Experience: Plant & Equipment and/or Underwriting experience Looks... • Thu, 23 MayChubb
Facility Plant Cleaner » Mernda, VIC - to the Facilities Plant Manager. In this position you will play a key role in ensuring all operation & office areas... with Harvest Manager ensuring all quality, safety, audit, and HACCP requirements are met. Clean and sanitize equipment, machinery... • Thu, 23 MayCosta Group
Plant Operator » Gladstone, QLD - commercial and residential infrastructure in your community? Join our dynamic team at our Agnes Water Concrete Plant and play... a key role in Building Something Great. Reporting to the Area Manager, you will be responsible for the efficient batching... • Thu, 23 MayBoral
Boning Room Manager » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - With over 50 years in the agricultural industry, Rivalea, formerly known as Bunge and QAF, has established itself as a leader in supporting high-quality pork production for both Australian and international markets. Now, as a proud member of the JBS family, the largest food company in the world, Rivalea operates across multiple farming, processing, and distribution sites in New South Wales and Victoria. Our operations employ over 1,000 individuals, and we are committed to providing exceptional career opportunities to our team members. About the Role We are currently seeking an experienced Boning Room Manager to join our Diamond Valley Pork (DVP) team in a permanent full-time capacity. Based onsite at our processing facility in Laverton and reporting to the site Plant Manager, you will be responsible for managing the day-to-day processing of the Boning Room to achieve targeted volumes and productivity levels. Ensure product specifications, standards and yields are met at all times. Provide sound technical advice / direction to staff and employees. Ensure training plans are in place to increase and maintain technical skill levels. Undertake tool box meetings (when required). Liaise closely with the Maintenance Manager to ensure any plant and equipment faults are addressed to minimise production downtime. Liaise closely with all other relevant internal functions within Meat Processing, Administration and Sales to ensure all production requirements are met. Manage annual leave accruals. Assist in site personnel matters including site recruitment, performance reviews, skills analysis, provision for training, disciplinary action, and termination, and liaise with HR as required. Maintain accurate data entry into our time & attendance system. Verify all stock counts to ensure kill data matches the Kill and Bone Forecast. Input daily data and performance indicators into spreadsheets for Finance. Undertake workplace training with regards to communicating work instructions, site inductions and refresher training (when required). Ensure Kill and Bone Forecasts are kept up-to-date. Plan labour and production to achieve the lowest cost. Assume the duties of the Supervisor when absent. Ensure annual objectives are regularly reviewed and met. Contribute to key business activities as required. Adhere to all Company policies, procedures, processes and work instructions at all times, and ensure appropriate actions are taken to implement and monitor at a site level. About You Certificate III in Meat Processing (Boning). Thorough understanding of meat production systems. Extensive practical knowledge of Boning Room policies and procedures. Sound understanding of employment, WHS, and Company policies and procedures. High level communication skills, initiative and strong attention to detail. Effective time management skills. Demonstrated ability to manage change within broadly defined parameters. Ability to maintain strict confidentiality. Current driver's licence. Intermediate computer skills. Interested? APPLY NOW For more information about JBS Australia, please visit our Careers Page: https://careers.jbssa.com.au • Tue, 21 MayJBS USA
Plant Administrator CopperString 2032 » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Plant Administrator - CopperString 2032 Project We’re changing the way Australia generates its energy, are you ready for a change? The Project UGL and CPB Contractors have been awarded the early works contract to support Powerlink’s delivery of CopperString 2032. This $5 billion iconic project will initially be approximately 840 kilometers of new transmission line running from just south of Townsville to Mount Isa that will connect Queensland’s Northwest Minerals Province to the national electricity grid. The project scope includes: • 500 kilovolt (kV) transmission line from just south of Townsville to Hughenden. • 330kV transmission line from Hughenden to Cloncurry. • 220kV transmission line from Cloncurry to Mount Isa. • Up to six new substation sites. This exciting project will commence construction in 2024 and we are currently looking for an experienced Plant Administrator who has worked with a Tier 1 company to join the team based in the Brisbane office located in Bowen Hills. Working with guidance from the Plant & Assets Manager the Plant Administrator is responsible for assisting the plant team and to administer the plant system. What will a day in this role look like: Participate in the preparation of the project Plant Maintenance Management Plan. Assist with internal and external audit process and resolution of queries. Liaising with site to record and update all maintenance documentation through on-site maintenance system. Liaising with other project departments to ensure effective & efficient mobile plant records & information is shared. Enter pre-starts, service intervals, inspection and maintenance records received in the maintenance management system. Monitor Plant related AP Workflow and receipt all plant related invoices and purchase orders. The following qualifications and experience are highly desired, but if you don’t tick all the boxes you could still be a perfect fit for this role. Please apply as all applications will be considered. What are we looking for you to bring to the team: Previous experience in integrated and interfaced plant maintenance management systems. Understanding of financial systems, principles and processes. Experience with plant, equipment, light vehicles and trucks. Must be able to plan and prioritise workloads in an environment of constant change. Advanced level computer skills with significant exposure to the MS Office suite of applications. Experience with using SAP, JDE or similar. What we offer Great culture that values diversity, innovation, and integrity. Diverse opportunities to grow as a professional. Ongoing training for career progression. Employee benefits, rewards and wellbeing program. A competitive remuneration. About us The UGL and CPB Contractors JV for the CopperString 2032 Project brings together the expertise and large project experience of both companies. Both UGL and CPB Contractors are leading and respected organisations across engineering, construction, and maintenance services. We are a member of the CIMIC Group of companies. We value diversity – in the backgrounds, ideas, work styles and perspectives of our team. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and strongly encourage people with disability, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people, mature aged workers and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply. As part of the recruitment process, there are a number of checks which may be conducted to demonstrate an applicant’s suitability for a role including police / criminal background checks, medical, drug and alcohol testing, due diligence checks, right to work checks, and/or reference checks. Opportunities on this project are being sourced directly and we will not accept applications via external recruitment agencies. • Mon, 20 MayCPB Contractors
Plant Administrator CopperString 2032 » Brisbane, QLD - Hills. Working with guidance from the Plant & Assets Manager the Plant Administrator is responsible for assisting the...Plant Administrator - CopperString 2032 Project We're changing the way Australia generates its energy, are you ready... • Mon, 20 MayCIMIC
Plant Administrator CopperString 2032 » Brisbane, QLD - Hills. Working with guidance from the Plant & Assets Manager the Plant Administrator is responsible for assisting the...Plant Administrator - CopperString 2032 Project We're changing the way Australia generates its energy, are you ready... • Mon, 20 MayCPB Contractors
Tool Room Supervisor » Greater Dandenong, Melbourne Region - Calling all qualified TOOL MAKERS. Due to a recent promotion a rare Tool Room Supervisor opportunity with our client has become available. Apply now. The client We are absolutely delighted to present this fantastic opportunity to the market on behalf of our valued client. As true market leaders and a global brand, they have been excelling for over 50 years, consistently delivering world-class solutions to their customers. If you’re interested in joining an organisation that is constantly investing in the development of automation and technology – then this place is for you. I'm going off script My name is Gary, and I recruit for this client on a national level, so I know them very well. I understand that this isn't typical for a recruitment ad on Seek, but this opportunity is exceptionally rare, and I wanted to bring it to your attention. Our client usually promotes from within, and their employees seldom leave because they are treated exceptionally well. To give you an idea, the person who was promoted has been with the company for over 30 years. Being invited to apply for this leadership role as an external candidate is a significant opportunity you don't want to miss. Okayback to the standard stuff again now. The role Reporting to the Plant Manager the Tool Room Supervisor will: - Have a VERY “hands on approach”, this is not an office job. - Be responsible for a team of 2-3 team members. - Ensure the correct PPE is worn, health and safety is critical - Ensure tool maintenance records are maintained - Develop improvements on tooling in reliability, and efficiency. - Assist Die Setters when required with press set ups and instruction to ensure smooth running of the equipment About you Successful candidate will display many of the following attributes: - Excellent communication skills - A qualified tool maker with 3 years experience - Expert knowledge of tool maintenance and stamping press operation. - Able to work safely, autonomously and a readiness to learn new skills. - Supervisor experience is highly regarded , not essential The offer - $50 per hour - Brand new gym facilities on site - Career growth opportunities - Work for a global, trusted and reliable brand Please submit your resume by hitting APPLY or contact us directly. Gary Lowe gloweiconicrecruit.com.au 0467 709 777 • Sat, 18 MayIconic Recruit
Facility Plant Cleaner » Mernda, Whittlesea Area - About us: The Costa Mushroom team is passionate about growing the best quality mushrooms. Our carefully managed crops are tendered by our highly skilled team of committed growers. With full ownership of our farm, we retain control of the entire growing and distribution process and can confidently deliver the freshest, highest standard of mushrooms. About the role: We are currently seeking full-time industrial cleaners to join our dynamic team based in Mernda, Victoria. We are filling teams for both day shift, and night shift. Applicants with an interest in working night shift are highly regarded This role reports to the Facilities Plant Manager. In this position you will play a key role in ensuring all operation & office areas are cleaned according to HACCP, audit, and quality standards. Key responsibilities include: Execute cleaning duties such as sweeping, shovelling, washing, and sanitising assigned areas and machines. Prepare a detailed cleaning schedule in liaison with Harvest Manager ensuring all quality, safety, audit, and HACCP requirements are met. Clean and sanitize equipment, machinery and packing lines. Perform cleaning tasks using appropriate chemicals, machines, and tools. Support Costa employees and managers to achieve best practice HS&E, Injury Management, Communication & Collaboration, EEO, Diversity, Food Safety and Quality Assurance, Customer Service and Continuous Improvement. Support Costa values and principles. Responsibility for supporting and complying with the Costa Group Work Health and Safety Policy, including the maintenance of a safe and healthy workplace for the protection of all employees. About you: HACCP training certificate mandatory. Forklift License is ideal but non-essential. Experience cleaning in Food Manufacturing environment is ideal. Ability to work unsupervised and autonomously. Ability to notice and address cleanliness issues. Ability to work in a team environment. Flexibility to adapt to changing cleaning priorities, schedules, or environments. For further information about this role, please contact: Benjamin Cree, HR Advisor Victoria – Vertical Farming M: 0497 736 569 E: benjamin.cree costagroup.com.au If you are interested in working night shift and you have applied online, please also send an email to Benjamin Cree who will be in touch as soon as possible. • Fri, 17 MayCosta Group
Wastewater Treatment Technician » New South Wales, Australia - cs0465262 Wastewater Treatment Technician http://www.watercareer.com.au/jobs/2942-visy/65262 Wastewater Treatment Technician Opportunities for career growth and professional development Take initiative and make your mark in this key influential role Make a difference with sustainability at the forefront About the company At Visy, we love solving problems and that’s something we do better working together. We’re looking for people who see what’s ahead and run towards it. Visy people are helping us to achieve our vision to become the global leader in sustainable packaging. Because together, we can create a better world. About the role The Wastewater Treatment Technician will report to the Wastewater Treatment Plant Manager for Visy’s Pulp and Paper division. The role will focus on Wastewater treatment plant operation regarding plant performance drive, effluent quality improvement, continuous biogas production, and cost reduction activities Duties Reporting to the Wastewater Treatment Plant Manager, key responsibilities will include, but not be limited to: Process optimization, troubleshooting and problem solving for wastewater treatment plant Perform improvement project activities from process analysis through implementation and evaluation e.g. cost saving, process reliability, and safety Wastewater treatment chemical management Maintain conditions of wastewater treatment plant’s equipment to keep plant’s performance and safe working environment In charge of wastewater treatment operation cost control and wastewater testing Plan, liaise and execute maintenance activities based on criticality Ensure compliance of HSE of activities to company’s policy What you will bring to the team Mandatory Diploma / bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering or environmental engineering 1-2 years of work experience in wastewater treatment plant operation or industrial engineering Desirable Forklift license Anaerobic Reactor Operation working knowledge and/or experience Wastewater Treatment Lab knowledge DCS Operation (Distributed Control System) PLC Operation (Programmable Logic Controller) Core Skills & Competencies Mechanical aptitude Good written and verbal communication skills Able to cope with the physical demands of the job especially confined space and working at height Good hand-eye coordination An aptitude for working with computers, learning, and using new technologies Experienced Control through DCS, PLC Ability to work both independently (self-sufficient) and with part of a team Strong sense of leadership and accountability Self-motivated with personal drive for achieving targets Flexible to fulfill team’s task Commitment to occupational health and safety When you join Visy, you’re joining a global leader dedicated to making serious progress in the sustainable packaging, recycling, re-manufacturing and logistics industries. We love solving the problems that make an impact and grow our business. If you think you can help us, you’ll fit right in Please contact Anelle Mackinlay on anelle.mackinlayvisy.com for a confidential discussion or apply now. You will be required to meet Visy’s employment criteria which will include a criminal history check and pre-employment medical (including drug & alcohol ­testing). Visy is an equal opportunity employer committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. Must have full working rights for Australia NSW VISY Other/General Jobs 13/05/2024 07/06/2024 • Wed, 15 MayVISY
Rendering Plant Manager » Victoria, Australia - Be part of one of Victoria largest protein producer, exporting worldwide, bring your rendering / processing experience to help expand your experience. About our Client: Our client is dedicated to the growth and sustainability of their suppliers, company, customers, and communities. They pride themselves on delivering quality Australian products worldwide and having control of the supply chain by owning farms, factories, and distribution channels. They have grown from humble beginnings to be one of Australia's leading protein exporters. Role Overview: As a Rendering Plant Manager, you will oversee all aspects of rendering in the state-of-the-art facility, producing both high and low-temperature bovine and ovine products. Main Duties & Responsibilities: Coordinate production to ensure plant compliance with safety, environmental, and OH&S standards. Collaborate with the sales team for domestic and export sales of meal and tallow. Plan and organize maintenance requirements. Communicate and report to stakeholders, including regulators. Develop recommendations for continuous improvement. Manage staff effectively. Regularly report to the General Manager. Skills & Experience: Prior experience in a rendering facility, preferably with automated processing technology. Strong understanding of the rendering process. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Attention to detail and accuracy. Knowledge of regulatory compliance. Rendering commodity sales experience (advantageous but not essential). Mechanical, maintenance, or engineering skills and experience. How to Apply: Submit your resume and a cover letter outlining your relevant experience and why you are the ideal candidate for the Rendering Plant Manager to Nick Body at Nickscitex.com.au or Clarence Magtoto at clarencescitexgroup.com To apply for this vacancy you MUST be an Australian citizen, or resident, or have already secured the right to work in Australia and therefore hold a valid visa. Scitex specialises in permanent, contract and temporary recruitment – and has done so since 1987. We are here to engineer better Mondays. We love connecting talented people with great work opportunities in workplaces where you can thrive and make a meaningful difference. • Tue, 14 MayScitex Recruitment
Supervisor - Plant » Ulan, NSW - for an experienced Plant Supervisor to lead our on-site Team based at our Ulan Amex and Gasser manufacturing plant near Mudgee, NSW.... Not only will you be responsible for the team's performance but you will also be responsible for plant and ancillary equipment in accordance... • Tue, 14 MayOrica
Automotive Mechanic LV/HV/Plant - Brisbane Airport (Multiple Vacancies) » Australia - . You will report daily to the Shift Supervisor however will ultimately be under the management of the State Service Manager. Your role... • Tue, 14 MayTCR Group
Receptionist » Australia - About Us JBS Australia is the largest and most respected meat and food producer in Australia. We have a strong portfolio of leading and renowned beef, lamb, pork, salmon and value-added branded products, such as AMH, Swift, Primo, Murray Valley and Huon. JBS Australia is a part of the global JBS business, the largest animal protein business in the world, and the second largest food company, with operations in North America, South America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. The JBS Dinmore Processing Plant is the largest beef facility in the southern hemisphere. Located near Ipswich, in south east Queensland, the facility has a daily production ability of 3,400 cattle and employs approximately 1,500 people. Cattle are sourced from the finest cattle producing regions to produce a diverse range of pasture fed and grain beef products, from commodity to premium. The renowned AMH brand, the award-winning Yardstick, the highly marbled grain fed Pure Prime and our state's brand, Queenslander Beef and more are all produced at Dinmore. About the Role Our Dinmore Plant is currently recruiting an experienced Receptionist to join the Dinmore Ops Team in a full-time capacity. Reporting to the Plant Accountant, this role would best suit someone with a naturally positive disposition and is comfortable being the corporate face of JBS Dinmore to the public and to our employees. Your key responsibilities will include: Greeting clients and visitors with a warm and professional demeanour Providing assistance to the Plant Manager and other management staff with any required duties Managing incoming calls and emails and directing them to appropriate staff members Distributing incoming/outgoing mail Assisting with administrative tasks such as scheduling appointments, maintaining office supplies, organizing meetings and assisting the accounts department Collaborating with colleagues to ensure smooth operations and exceptional client service Arranging courier collections Managing onsite meat sales About You Previous experience in a similar customer-facing administration or receptionist role advantageous SAP accounting and/or purchasing experience advantageous PABX phone system experience advantageous Strong MS Office skills (Word, Excel, Outlook) Excellent written and verbal communication skills Exceptional ability to prioritise and multi-task Excellent attention to detail Ability to work in a fast-paced environment Why work for JBS Australia? Heavily discounted meat products Retail discounts with national partners Health insurance discounts on Bupa Health and Medibank Private Ongoing training and career development opportunities Interested? APPLY NOW • Tue, 14 MayJBS USA
Engineering Manager / Lead » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Engineering Manager / Lead About Kerry Kerry is the world's leading taste and nutrition company for the food, beverage and pharmaceutical industries. Every day we partner with customers to create healthier, tastier and more sustainable products that are consumed by billions of people across the world. Our vision is to be our customers' most valued partner, creating a world of sustainable nutrition. A career with Kerry offers you an opportunity to shape the future of food while providing you opportunities to explore and grow in a truly global environment. About the role We are currently in search of a talented and seasoned Engineering Manager / Lead to become a part of our team in Murraire, Australia. As the Engineering Manager / Lead, you will offer leadership and guidance to the engineering department. Your responsibilities will encompass making decisions regarding the engineering budget spend, overseeing site capital planning, identifying capital projects, optimizing processes, managing energy, and ensuring the delivery of maintenance on site. This role may also entail occasional travel to participate in group initiatives and offer assistance to other Kerry sites as required. Key responsibilities Responsible for ensuring that Kerry QSHE policies and standards are implemented and adhered to on site by the engineering department and any external services/contractors utilized by engineering. Responsible for development, implementation, maintenance, and adherence to local, national, regional engineering statuary and/or compliance requirements including the adherence to Kerry procedures, regional and/or global standards. Ensures that equipment and processes are operated to and maintained within their safe design operating limits in a way that avoids danger to personnel, the public or Kerry property. Responsible for site engineering activities including capital planning, capital project identification, process optimization, energy management, delivery of the maintenance asset care program and all maintenance works on site. Accountable for ensuring that an effective & comprehensive preventative maintenance program is in place & executed on time & on budget, which covers asset reliability, quality, food safety, health & safety, environmental, and legal compliance. This is in the form of a written scheme, which is managed through Kerry's CMMS. Support the engineering team and apply technical skills and ingenuity to the permanent correction of issues, modifications and NPI requirements into the process or equipment as necessary in a timely manner to ensure the business can deliver product to its customers on time at the highest quality. Responsible for developing the site Engineering budget for approval and managing site engineering budget costs to meet the approved engineering budget targets. Identifies and assesses the Criticality of plant, equipment and systems on a regular basis and adjusts the site engineering strategy to ensure an efficient and effective Plant and department operation. Manages and implements the spare parts holding policy for the site ensuring the optimum stock holding. Responsible for monitoring and controlling predefined KPI targets. Responsible for ensuring that site specific engineering standards and SOPs are updated and developed as appropriate. Leads or assists in troubleshooting and optimization of plant operations. Maintain and deploy a broad knowledge of industry trends/innovations and where possible implement innovative technology to enhance Kerry manufacturing capability. Recruiting and selecting diverse and high-quality talent to meet business needs. Ensuring a positive onboarding experience, conducting, and managing regular performance conversations, reviews, and development conversations. Building effective teams with a strong identify who are engaged and empowered to apply their diverse skills and perspectives to achieve common goals. Developing our internal talent and aligning career development goals in line with succession planning and organizational goals design, implement, and deliver a technical training program. To manage training records and plans associated with this technical training. Align job responsibilities and individual and team performance expectations so that they are clear and fully understood. Completes accurate assessments of individual and team strengths and development needs. Drive Team and Organization Vision and Purpose, painting a compelling picture of that vision and strategy through a purposeful team engagement agenda that motivates others to take action. Qualifications and skills Qualifications and Experience: Bachelor's degree in Process Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, or related field. Minimum of 5 years' experience in a large-scale process industry (experience in the food industry is desirable). Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Strong leadership abilities with a focus on employee engagement. Ability to apply engineering principles in practical applications. Experience in team leadership and development. Strong business acumen with the ability to collaborate with manufacturing organizations. Technical Skills: Proficiency in recent food-related automation/process control technology advances and equipment design & applications. Knowledge and experience in asset care techniques and technology applications. Familiarity with energy management techniques and principles. Proficiency in process engineering techniques. Experience in project management techniques and principles. Knowledge of procurement and budget management. Understanding of regulatory compliance, particularly in food safety. Experience with industrial services/utilities including water treatment, waste water treatment, refrigeration, compressed air, and boilers & steam systems. Interpersonal/Behavioral Qualifications: Strong team building and leadership skills. Proficiency in negotiations and change management. Excellent organizational skills. Strong verbal and written communication abilities. Proven ability to coach and develop others. Measures of Successful Performance: Achieving plant uptime targets as revised annually and agreed upon locally with the plant manager. Adhering to budget targets as agreed upon locally with the plant manager. Meeting CMMS KPIs such as Preventative Maintenance Compliance (%) and Unplanned Response (%), among others. Maintaining zero engineering health & safety accidents. Achieving 100% permit compliance and regulatory compliance. Ensuring 100% quality compliance as measured locally by the Quality team. Retaining key talent in the business and having a robust/up-to-date succession plan • Sat, 11 MayKerry Ingredients and Flavours
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