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Opr Specialist (Asst Superintendent) - Paper Manufacturing

Company Name:
Gerald Smith Associates Recruitment

Position Title : Opr Specialist (Asst Superintendent) - Paper Manufacturing " $TOP PAY "( Hiring Now )
ATTENTION : " $TOP PAY "( Interviewing Now )

Relocation : Yes
Location : Stevens Point Wisconsin
Salary : Competitive (DOE)
Specialty operations hub at Stevens Point is looking for driven, detailed-orientated talent
to assist in the management of paper machine line operations providing personal
ownership for various improvement areas. Will leverage technical expertise to
troubleshoot, improve asset performance, and develop others in a team environment.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
- Bachelor's degree in paper science or engineering plus at least seven years production
process engineering and supervisory experience in paper manufacturing operations
- Possess ambulatory capabilities to move freely about the mill, ascend and descend
ladders, and tolerate temperature extremes
- Ability and willingness to work beyond normal Mon-Fri schedule as necessary to fulfill
position responsibilities, being on-call as needed and providing weekend, holiday, and
evening coverage on a rotating basis
REQUIRED COMPETENCIES:
- Ability to work in a team environment
- Strong communication skills both written and oral clearly communicating procedures,
trials, and process changes
- Excellent troubleshooting and analytical skills
- Advanced skills in Aspen Process Explorer, Excel w/Aspen Add-In, and Minitab
- Intermediate to advanced skills in web inspection systems, on-line scanner monitoring,
break detection systems
Bottom line :
1. Bachelor's degree in paper science or engineering.
2. 7+ years of production/process engineering and supervisory experience in paper
manufacturing operations.
For consideration you must act now, send resume to .
Sincerely,
Gerald Smith
Executive Recruitment


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