Seeking a Production Manager - EIPMM

Company Name:
RCI Recruitment Solutions
Seeking a Production Manager - EIPMM
Our Client Company is one of the world's leading specialty chemicals companies with a concentration on high- growth megatrends, especially in health, nutrition, resource efficiency and globalization. They are currently seeking a Production Manager (with manufacturing background) in Janesville, WI. The salary is $97K - $125K, plus up to 15% bonus potential. Relocation assistance is available.
The Production Manager ensures that customer requirements are met on a timely basis and that company assets are protected, utilizing a safe, environmentally conscious, cost-effective approach. He/she works to minimize unanticipated events and communicate production information to/with the appropriate management. Finally, the Production Manager oversees and administers corporate and plant policies and procedures for the Production Department.
Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry or chemical engineering, or another engineering, scientific or
other technical discipline (advanced degree preferred)
Ten years manufacturing responsibility experience with a solid understanding of a complex, chemical-
production environment
Knowledge and experience in managing environmentally complex processes
Demonstrated success in continuous improvement activities
Strong safety knowledge including OSHA PSM regulations
Experience in ISO 9001/14001 and cosmetic GMP
Computer literacy
Competitive salary and a generous employee benefits package, including medical, dental, vision, paid holidays and time off, and more.
Must be a U.S. citizen or Green Card holder.
Interested and qualified, or do you know someone who might be?
To apply, please click on the following link and email your updated resume in Word format, highlighting the necessary requirements and indicating position of interest to . Please specify, Production Manager - EIPMM in the subject line.
John Sackrider
RCI Recruitment Solutions
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