Plant Manager II, Cargill Corn Milling North America
From frosting on birthday cakes to the fuel in your car, Cargill Corn Milling North America (Cargill Corn Milling) is a part of your life in more ways than you would imagine. Leading national brands choose Cargill Corn Milling to develop, manufacture, and deliver ingredients that differentiate their food and beverage products in the marketplace. In addition, Cargill Corn Milling unlocks the goodness of the common corn kernel to create ingredients that are used in cattle feed, plastics, food packaging and medicines. Cargill Corn Milling also markets its own national brands, such as Truvia?, a zero-calorie sweetener; Sweet Bran?, a value-added cattle feed; and Regenasure?, the only vegetarian glucosamine produced in the United States. BIOasis? is a feedstock co-location partnership program that offers over the fence product to bio-processing and biotechnology companies. Cargill Corn Milling employs more than 2,500 people and operates facilities in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Tennessee and Texas.?The Plant Manager II is responsible for providing operational leadership and obtaining results in all areas at the manufacturing site. ?Provide Customer Solutions; achieve EHS and operational excellence; lead and coach operations team; ensure product quality; P & L Accountability; capital expenditures, manufacturing costs and operating efficiencies. ?Serves as main point of contact within the community for public relations, labor issues, tax issues, and community affairs.The Plant Manager is the leader of the local organization and has the responsibility for developing a culture in which employees are actively engaged in the business.?
35%??? Operational Excellence: ?operations management including product quality; maintenance reliability & energy management; innovation, efficiencies & best practices. ??
20%??? Project management, capital planning, P & L: ?business compliance; develop & meet budgets, develop capital spending requests & project management; aggressively & proactively manage operating expenses. ? Oversee and direct key projects and initiatives. Ensure capital projects are completed on time and within budget. ?
20%??? Customer Solutions & Innovation: ?Focus on continuous improvement and process management and cost efficiencies to support positive customer experiences.
15%??? Leadership: ?coaching, performance management, engagement. ?Continue efforts to build high performing team; engage all employees; implementation of BU strategy; people development, champion recognition; collaborate effectively with experience teams and disciplines. ?Role Model and ensure compliance to laws, regulations and company policies. ?Serve as the Cargill representative within the community
5%????? EHS Leadership: ?ensure compliance and commitment to policies, procedures, and regulations. ?Provide direction, coaching, support to BBS & Wellness. ?
5%????? Perform miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
Bachelor?s Degree or higher
Minimum 10+ year?s of experience with plant processes, operations and management.
Business acumen as it relates to sales, marketing, and financial decision-making.
Extensive knowledge of general business functions: Finance, Supply Chain, Merchandising, Quality Assurance, Human Resources, and Sales.
Demonstrated leadership ability and people skills.
Significant experience and/or exposure to multiple manufacturing locations as well as in multiple functions and/or processing departments.
Ability to adapt and learn in a changing work environment.
Ability to manage multiple priorities.
Strong attention to detail.
Microsoft Office Suite experience.
Ability to work independently.
Ability to work in a team environment.
Demonstrated strong problem-solving and analytical skills.
Excellent communication and presentation skills both verbal and written.
Supervision, including employee hiring and retention, performance review and discipline.
Leadership: A demonstrated ability to lead people and get results through others.
Ability to communicate and present effectively both verbal and written within multiple levels of the organization.
Ability to promote and work within an inclusive environment.?Preferred:
Bachelor?s Degree in Business, Science or Engineering.
Minimum 10+ year?s of experience with plant processes, operations and management, in multiple functions, sites and/or processing departments.
Demonstrated experience dealing with ambiguity and delivering desired or improving results out of that ambiguity.
Demonstrated examples of significant change leadership.
Demonstrated examples of tangible culture devel