What to Expect
As an operations supervisor, you will lead an operations team and drive
metrics in the cell recycling process. In this role, you will work cross-
functionally with our engineering, maintenance, EHS and R&D teams to ensure
production goals are safely being met. You will be expected to drive
improvement of operations processes, give feedback to engineering teams on
process improvements, and build a strong operations culture.
What You'll Do
Responsible for developing and maintaining a positive, professional, and
proactive operating group with a focus on monitoring, technical execution,
and customer service.
Responsible for planning, supervising, and coordinating the Cell Recycling
Responsible for ensuring group operates within site and company safety
protocols and champions for improvements when needed.
Responsible for leading skilled technical staff in executing complex,
critical operations of Cell Recycling equipment and processes.
Duties include enforcing policies developing procedures and planning the
use of materials and human resources to support daily planned and
Provide training, mentoring, performance improvement and career
development to personnel on shift.
Work on complex issues where analysis of situations and/or data requires
in-depth knowledge of complex, technical systems organizational
Acts as advisor to team members to meet schedules, resolve technical
problems, and acts as incident commander during facility excursions;
manages on-shift escalations.
Identifies complex problems and reviews related information to develop and
evaluate options and implement solutions to prevent reoccurrence.
Verify completion of planned task execution.
Communicates detailed plans for work assignments and is the first point of
contact for issues that arise on the shift.
Reviews activity reports, and other data to measure productivity and goal
What You'll Bring
BS degree in technical field or equivalent in work experience.
4+ years of related trade experience supporting critical operations of
complex systems in high-risk environments. (Power plants, refineries,
petro-chemical, nuclear etc.)
Wear and champion Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) per site protocol
Ability to sit, stand and/or walk for 10+ hours per day
Sit at computer terminal, uses computer for extended periods of time
Must be able to lift at least 10-20 lbs.
Capable of obtaining OSHA 30 within 3 months of hire.
Work in heavy equipment rooms, chemical storage, and distribution
locations, and industrial waste plants
Able to discern audible and visual alarms.
Potential to work with materials which contain hazardous chemicals.
Support and/or work shift duties in a 24x7 manufacturing environment.
High tolerance for change.
Strong teamwork and communication skills