Provide leadership to the Secondary Fiber Team.
Acquire the 1 to 18 month vision to ensure that objectives are set that meet the goals of the Business.
Monitor Key Performance Indicator trends.
Oversee the implementation of corrective actions to ensure the machine goals are met.
Manage in a goal-oriented systematic environment to deliver target results in the areas of safety, reliability, cost, quality, productivity, and employee engagement.
Supply maximum recycle pulp to customers at lowest cost and maximum quality.
Hold meaningful 1-1 discussions with members of the Secondary Fiber team.
Set expectations and hold both teams and individuals accountable for results.
Provide support to the Paper Operational Maintenance Coordinator to ensure operational and maintenance activities are scheduled, coordinated, and executed to drive process and equipment reliability.
Commit to an appropriate and effective set of core values and belief, during all times, that above all respects the efforts of the management team, supports the vision of management roles and thus enhances the collective goals of the entire paper department.
Lead the development of documented Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s) and effective utilization of operating crews to develop SOP’s.
Ensure that all operational personnel are held accountable to maintain the standard to the results to which they have a direct contribution.
Lead the evaluations of all Secondary Fiber hourly staff on yearly basis to ensure performance individual performances are contributing positively to the department and mill goals.
Support the development of process managers (foreman).
Assist in the development and executing of the engagement plan for the hourly workforce.
Support Task Trainer employee training and certification process.
Involved in the EAM process and meeting metrics.
Assures all work is identified. Sets work identification expectations of operating crews and actively follows up to maintain engagement.
Shares in developing plans (mostly operational).
Shares in developing planned work backlog for operational duties.
Jointly responsible for keeping the backlog up to date and prioritized with the maintenance planner and supervisor.
One of the key people for developing the weekly plan off of the planned work backlog.
Shares in developing the schedules for outage, weekly, and daily work.
Helps determine whether break-in work is justified.
Primary person responsible for determining if contracted labor will be used for operational activities (hydro-blasting, cleaning, and vacuum work).
Shares the responsibility in determining whether work is outage or routine.
Shares with all employees the responsibility for adherence to the EAM process and its guiding principles.
Reviews operator round forms and ensures work order is written and completed with assistance of process managers (foreman). Follows up with operating crews after the completion of work.
Manages area reliability efforts through daily D.A. meetings (basic care, precision maintenance, preventative maintenance, predictive maintenance, etc.). Understands and tracks all top downtime hitters and aligns maintenance focus.
Ensures that Secondary Fiber performance (Availability, Acceptance, Yield) trends are sustained (or move in the desired direction) at or above.
Supports the Paper Foreman in his /her efforts to effectively establish the priorities for the next 72 hours and assist the operating crews (when required) to implement the action plans to address those priorities
Acts as the main liaison between secondary fiber operations and external suppliers.
Ensure that secondary fiber plans are well communicated and department wide.
Monitors operational reliability issues to ensure that issues are resolved as they come up on-shift (if applicable) using the resources available (rather than deferment of issues for the next shift).
Actively seeks and supports utilization of benchmarking and best practices tools to enhance the performance of secondary fiber.
Supports Paper Foreman in his/her efforts to manage production scheduling (schedule adherence)
Leads the secondary fiber system innovation (continuous improvement) process by first seeking lowest cost, and high impact solutions before presenting high (er) cost solutions.
Provides area management for capital planning, justification, installation, and startup processes.
Leads the development of work systems that will ensure that the process is managed, for the most part, by the paper foremen and operating crews with minimum intervention from Management Team.
Supports the Area Superintendents’ in his/her efforts to develop and maintain a 12-month running planned outages schedule based upon the established frequency.
Ensure that all secondary fiber SOP’s and TCC’s are documented, are kept up to date and are utilized to ensure consistency of operations.
Reports monthly highlights summarizing monthly and YTD machine operations results to the area and operating crews.
Maintains an integrated action plan (IAP) for the area.
Supports all phases (Business, Technical, Execution, Implementation, and Startup, Operate, & Evaluate as requested)
Helps ensure project scope is well defined prior to approval
Supports & identifies project savings
Helps shepherd projects through the approval process
Supports kick-off and other project meetings
Develops and update the training document
Supports project implementation, checkout and startup as practical
Ensures service location & equipment numbers are set up in JDE
Ensures identified non-capital spare parts are purchased
Supports Potential Problem Analysis for critical projects
Participates in critical spare parts are reviewed
Adherence to the EM policy and Management of Change documentation.
Coordinate and maintain contact with Corporate Technology resources to aid in resolution of chronic failures and other operation related issues.