Plant Superintendent

  • Company:
    Sofina Foods Inc.
  • Location:
  • Salary:
    negotiable / month
  • Job type:
    Full-Time
  • Posted:
    4 hours ago
  • Category:
    General Labour

Plant Superintendent (AM) – BramptonPosition Summary:Reporting to the Plant Manager, the Plant Superintendent is responsible for managing operations personnel, driving cross-functional throughput improvements, generating and championing action plans to address equipment downtime as well as driving employee engagement and teamwork. With a focus on cross-functional collaboration and continuous improvement, under the guidance of the Plant Manager, the successful candidate will help create a work environment where employees have the best opportunity to make their greatest contribution; where they strive for superior performance; and where they see their Superintendent as a role model consistent with our Leadership Profile and Blueprint.Key Accountabilities: Provide leadership to the assigned team while cultivating Sofina’s culture.Ensure that the assigned business metrics including yield, labour efficiency, line speed, sanitation/reliability and overhead expenses are achieved.Drive cross-functional throughput improvements.Lead floor management development process and implement “ahead/behind” visibility.Partner on action plans to address equipment downtime.Ensure timely fulfilment of customer orders within the specifications.Ensure product quality and adherence to production specifications to meet customer expectations and business objectives.Execute labour optimization projects.Drive employee engagement.Collaborate with all departments (QA, Health and Safety, HR, Finance etc.) including corporate engineering resources on machine standards and new capital purchases.Meet reliability targets through reduction of downtime and run rate adherence.Maintain a safe working environment.Monitor effective deployment of Human Resources programs and practices throughout the plant and ensure the correct administration of the Collective Bargaining Agreement.Requirements:A Mechanical Engineering degree/diploma or related experience.A minimum of 5 years’ hands on operational leadership experience.Experience & working knowledge of lean tools Total Productive Maintenance/Autonomous Maintenance.Comfortable & effective in working with all levels of the diverse work force & government regulators.Strong people leadership, engagement and communication experience and capabilities.Proven experience in, and ability to manage within the terms and conditions of a collective agreement(s) and corporate human resources policies.Knowledge of computer applications.