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Job Title:Plant Manager
Position:Plant Manager
Location:Rayong, Thailand
Age:30-50 years old.
Salary:200-250K / NA
Date:Nov 24, 2020


The Plant Manager is
responsible for all aspects of planning, organizing and directing of all
operational activities of the site. This position usually has responsibility
for formulating manufacturing policies, forecasting manpower and facilities
requirements, maintaining inventory controls, developing production time and
quality standards, construction, manufacturing technology, safety, as well as
the environmental aspects of the manufacturing function. He/She shall direct a
pool of supervisory, professional and support personnel’s engaged in production
activities to ensure products are manufactured according to schedule, cost and
quality standards, prepare and administer all manufacturing policies,
procedure, budget and reports


The Plant manager responsibilities
will fall into:

Accountability #1:
Financial Performance

·       Fully accountable for the finances of the site including
management of expense and capital budgets. Works in conjunction with the Plant
Controller to ensure that all reporting metrics are compiled on a timely basis
to support business plan financial reporting schedules and related timing,
continuously encourages all financial team members to engage shop floor reviews
to improve process comprehension in turn improving relevance of daily duties,
detailed review of all capex, accurate compliance to all IPP documentation
requirements, strict adherence to all financial governance guidelines.  

·       Is ultimately responsible for all control activities for the site
ensuring compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley including ensuring that work is
performed in line with the documented control activities. 

·       Manage all functions which have impact to financial terms such as
Flex, MUV, Expense, etc.


Accountability #2: Fix
the core

  • Ensure
    prompt root cause investigation of all safety incidences, customers
    complaints or quality defects

  • If control activities are or become
    ineffective, ensure appropriate remediation actions are taken and
    resolution of ineffective control activity

  • Reviews the scrap levels and ensures
    mitigation measures are implemented to reduce costs. 

Accountability #3:
Accelerate Growth

  • Lead to
    implement the production system such as GPS1, GPS2, Quality and safety
    layer audit system etc.

Accountability #4:
Operational Excellence

·       Safety - Leads the expectation and culture of zero
workplace injuries through behavior based safety, daily shop floor safety
inspections, weekly review of all HSE projects and non-conforming issues
report, monthly review of all internal HSE initiatives, Recordable Safety
Incident review and reporting, management systems and CI activities and support
of all budgetary requirements.  Directs
the activities of the Site HSE Coordinator in close coordination with the
Corporate and Divisional HSE teams

·       Quality - Drives strict adherence expectations of all quality
management systems, monthly review of quality metrics, conducting random system
checks for procedural compliance, ensure internal and external issues are
effectively charted and posted for entire plant review and engagement into the
Quality CI initiatives and deliverables. Must be certain that all operational
systems and procedures adhere at all times to ISO 9000 and ISO/TS16949
standards and any other established company or industry quality standards.  Maintain compliance with ISO14001, ISO18000
Environmental and Health & Safety accreditation.  Directs the activities of the Site Quality
Manager in close coordination with the Corporate and Divisional Quality teams

·       Maintenance -  Provides
leadership to the Site Maintenance Leaders to ensure MRO administration is
audited and up to date, daily review of top 10 equipment related down time
issues plant wide, daily review of top 10 facility projects and CI activities,
clear inter-shift and departmental communication protocols posted and updated
with the most significant production and facility projects

·       Equipment Engineering - Works with the Site Engineering Teams to
ensure monthly review of all manufacturing and facility equipment PM’s,
expansions and upgrade projects and related timing, establishes a frequency of
Best Practice data base review for high potential CI files related to process
and facility equipment, key and relative metrics included in departments posted
communications to ensure alignment with plant’s KPI’s and Business Plan

·       Purchasing; - Provides leadership to the Site Purchasing Team to
ensure monthly review of 80% of total dollar value purchase by commodity and
vendor, establish/review forecasting metrics by commodity and vendor, ensure
correlation between purchasing and release/scheduling needs to support material
availability to production, communicates regionally and globally with the
Technical Teams and Central Purchasing Teams on any needs or ideas for improved
purchasing activity

·       Customer Service – Ensures a data collection system is in place
for external customer issues, lead teams for prompt response of any external
customer spills related to production activities, review critical contact list
is up to date and distributed to customers (includes internal and external
customers), where possible set up weekly review of returning material form
customer(s) with entire management staff to help direct CI and operational

·       Supply Chain / Distribution - Ensures all daily incoming &
outgoing shipments are managed effectively and any shortfalls are resolved as
quickly as possible, provides daily re-enforcement of sites responsibility to
supply customers with required product (internal and external customers),
ensures  shipping and distribution
metrics are established, posted  and
managed, utilizing the use of “priority” lists for effective focus on
daily/weekly/monthly needs for part supply.

Accountability #5:
Doing Business Right

  • Compliance and implementation with
    applicable company HSE policy, law & regulations, ISO14001 and
    OHSAS18001 management system.

  • Compliance with company IATF16949 and
    ISO9001 requirements to follow company procedure, working instruction and
    other registered documents in management systems.

  • Compliance with Company policies, HR
    policy, government regulation, employee handbook etc.

  • Other tasks or duties as direct
    supervisor assigned.

Accountability #6:
Building Our People

  • Effectively manages and coaches all
    site and front line managers to ensure proper staffing levels, cell board
    production data management, employee engagement, clear and open
    communication including regular reinforcement of plant targets, shift
    requirements, customer requirements for production, ensures recordable
    safety incidents are clearly communicated and discussed to ensure
    appropriate actions are taken to prevent repeated incidents. 

  • Communicates regularly with non-production

  • Maintains staff by recruiting,
    selecting, orientating, and training employees; developing personal growth



·       Requires Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in Engineering. Master’s
Degree or MBA desired.

·       Must have extensive manufacturing experience, most of which was
acquired in a senior managerial capacity and ideally within a lean
manufacturing environment. 

·       Requires fluency in English. 

·       Requires at least ten years of specific managerial experience.

·      Prefer
automotive industry background.

please submits your CV updated in Word format
only with current pics and expected salary to following e-mail:

may (+66 (0) 80 561 2293
Id line: pmbsiam2789

Qualified candidates please submit your resume  here



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