Production Manager - Pharma/Chemicals

Salary Range: $105,000 to $120,000/yr. base salary

Company Overview:
This is a multi-billion dollar International producer of chemicals, pharmaceuticals, additives and performance materials with several production facilities throughout the United States. This position is a growth role within the company with this person being groomed for a future plant management position. This is a clean, state-of-the-art facility that uses fermentation and spray drying technology. This company offers a very competitive benefits program, relocation assistance and incentive compensation plan. They look for highly motivated and driven people.
Minimum Requirements:
B.S. Chemical Engineering; 7+ years of experience with at least 3 years of supervision experience (must have supervised at least 35 personnel). This client would consider people out of foods, pharmaceuticals, or chemicals. A major plus would be experience in an FDA/cGMP manufacturing environment, and experience with complete design through installation of projects (not requirements).

Job Description:
This person will be responsible for supervising 45 operators, 2 process engineers, 1 production coordinator and 1 production supervisor. This person will have responsibility for 2 of the 4 production buildings on-site and which run 24/7/365. Initially this role will be about 50% day-to-day support, 25% process improvement and 25% coordination and start-up of multi-million expansion project. After the expansion is started up, this position will be more and more production management-oriented. This facility employs approximately 225 people and the process equipment includes spray dryers, filtration, reactors, grinding and milling. This plant is one of 5 U.S. facilities that this company owns and operates (other locations are TX, NC, SC and KY). The parent company is a multi-billion dollar chemicals and additives manufacturer. Relocation assistance is available (realtors' fees, closing costs, temporary living). Bonus eligible role.

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