Production Supervisor/Electrician

Dominion Colour Corp - Mississauga, ON (8 months ago)

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DCC LANSCO is looking for a Production Supervisor/Electrician. The Production Supervisor/Electrician reports to the Plant Manager. The Production Supervisor/Electrician is responsible for the performance and overall direction and supervision of DCC LANSCO'S Mississauga manufacturing facility and warehouse in accordance with Company policy and objectives including the production, quality control, safety, environment, inventory management and maintenance. The Production Supervisor/Electrician demonstrates a commitment to continuous improvement and provides leadership and direction to a multi-cultural work force.

The Production Supervisor/Electrician will also provide service to the production department in the form of electrical and mechanical service, as well as to participate in the preventative maintenance program, enhance efficiency to ensure equipment is ready for operation.

The Production Supervisor/Electrician will have a very hands-on approach being able to manage different functions related to production and doing electrical work.

SPECIFIC ACCOUNTABILITIES

The specific responsibilities of the Production Supervisor/Electrician, while not limited to, include:

Production Responsibilities

Attain manufacturing objectives by tracking all relevant performance data and by efficient utilization of manpower, materials and equipment
Manage manufacturing changes (staffing/processes) to meet both customer expectations and project objectives
Maintain a healthy and safe working environment for employees, the company, and the community
Maintain ISO 9001 and ISO 14001(when obtained) certifications through active support and participation
Attain efficient and harmonious plant operation by providing leadership and development to staff through coaching, performance management, career development, and ongoing organizational development
Ensure compliance with Company policies and procedures
Manage regulatory programs and regulations
Maintain excellent relationships with suppliers and vendors
Identify and develop a plant organization that will support business objectives
Other duties and responsibilities as assigned from time to time
Electrical/Maintenance Responsibilities

Install, examine, replace and repair electrical components for equipment
Ensure the proper functioning of production electrical parts and make the necessary corrections as necessary, while respecting safety standards
Responsible for participating in the short-term planning and execution of maintenance activities along with the maintenance department
Must be able to read, interpret and utilize blueprints, drawings and manufacturers installation, operation and maintenance manuals
Must be able to work from ladders, man-lifts, and in confined spaces
QUALIFICATIONS / EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE

Minimum of ten years of manufacturing experience in the chemical industry
Minimum of five years of production management experience with broad scope of responsibility
Experienced in regulatory matters e.g. ESA, WSIB, environmental, to ensure compliance and reduce claims considered a strong asset
Experience in budgeting, capital expenditures, and standard costing considered an asset
Proven track record and demonstrated ability to lead, manage, recruit, develop and motivate both hourly and salaried personnel in a plant environment
Strong ‘hands-on’ management style with proven ability to adjust style according to situation
Proven track record in planning, organizing, leading, coaching, and multi-tasking diverse projects
Ability to accept responsibility, perform under stress, and adapt to changing priorities, duties and responsibilities
Excellent communication, presentation, and computer skills
Strong analytical skills and solid business acumen
Working knowledge of the Ontario Health & Safety Act, ISO 9000 and ISO 14000 systems considered a strong asset
Industrial Electrician (442A) – Red Seal License
PLC programming and troubleshooting experience
Familiarity with electrical industrial installations, troubleshooting and electrical/mechanical repairs
Excellent pneumatic and hydraulic troubleshooting skills
Experience with replacing bearings, shafts, pulleys, cylinders etc.
Familiarity with machine shop skills, lathe, mill, grinders
Comfortable with heavy duty machinery maintenance rebuilds
WORKING CONDITIONS

The Production Supervisor/Electrician spends a significant portion of their time in the plant area where the wearing of protective equipment and appropriate clothing is necessary
Must be able to work between the hours of noon and 8 PM and accommodate other shifts as needed to ensure a smooth operation
In accordance with The Company’s Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act Policy, accommodations will be provided upon request during all areas of the recruitment process. In the event you require accommodation, please indicate the details of your request with your application.

We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected will be contacted for an interview.