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Sr Production Supervisor- 1St Shift Job
Date: May 8, 2018
Location:Minnetonka, MN, US, 55343
Company: Boston Scientific
Purpose and Passion • Comprehensive Benefits • Life-Work Integration • Community • Career Growth
At Boston Scientific, you will find a collaborative culture driven by a passion for innovation that keeps us connected on the most essential level. With determination, imagination and a deep caring for human life, we're solving some of the most important healthcare industry challenges. Together, we're one global team committed to making a difference in people's lives around the world. This is a place where you can find a career with meaningful purpose—improving lives through your life's work.
About The Role:
The Senior Production Supervisor role is a preferred career path to more senior leadership roles within Boston Scientific. The core competency of this role is leading the production area and cross functional team in safely producing high-quality products that are on time for the customer at the lowest cost.
Your Responsibilities Include:
Produce high quality products, safely, on time for the customer at the lowest cost
Manufacture products to the highest quality standards and ensure compliance to all Boston Scientific policies and regulations
Identify customer requirements to deliver the right products at the right time
Be responsive & flexible to customer demands
Achieve & exceed the product cost goals
Lead and support new product development on the production line
Lead the cross functional production line/area team in achieving a high engagement & high performance culture
Promote safety, quality & compliance among the team while maintaining Good Manufacturing Practices at a high level within the department through the involvement of all team members.
Enable a culture of Operational Excellence throughout the production line/area cross-functional team
Ensure effective two way communication within the production line/area cross-functional team
Manage, motivate, develop and involve product builders through coaching and performance management.
Foster teamwork within the production line/area cross-functional team
Embed the company values through demonstration & recognition of individual & team behaviors.
Manage the production line/area and set cross-functional team priorities accordingly
Ensure all resources are in place to achieve production and non-commercial commitments; Product Builders, Equipment, Core Team, Line Support, Space, etc.
Ensure product builder training is effective & efficient.
Ensure appropriate flexibility & versatility in the production line/area
Complete leader standard work to ensure line to standard or escalate appropriately
Lead & create engagement around continuous improvement within the production line/area
Achieve continuous improvement goals (safety, quality, service, cost, space, etc.) through the utilization of the Business Essentials & operational excellence techniques
Benchmark and share best practices
Production Line/Area Planning
Analyze S&OP (Sales & Operating Plan) requirements and provide production commitments for the production line/area including non-commercial requirements
Anticipate requirements and position resources to meet & exceed the customer needs
Provide appropriate input into the long term planning of the production line/area.
What We're Looking For In You:
Bachelor's Degree Required
1-3 years of supervisor/management experience
1 plus years of leadership experience
Ability to be flexible and have good communication skills
Solid computer skills required including Excel, Word and PowerPoint
Flexible to work other times than 1st Shift Hours
Experience in a regulated industry preferred
Manufacturing experience preferred
Project Management experience preferred
As a global medical technology leader for more than 35 years, our mission at Boston Scientific (NYSE: BSX) is to transform lives through innovative medical solutions that improve the health of patients. If you're looking to truly make a difference to people both around the world and around the corner, there's no better place to make it happen.
Boston Scientific is an Equal Opportunity Employer – Race, Color, Religion, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, National Origin, Disability, Veteran
Requisition ID: 423316
Nearest Major Market: Minneapolis
Job Segment: Medical, Manager, Industrial, Medical Technology, Product Development, Healthcare, Management, Manufacturing, Research
ERP Data Business Process Consultant
In this analyst level role, the ERP Data Business Process Consultant will have broad data experience and work closely with regional Process Advisors across all client engagements (e.g. Business Readiness, Continuous Improvement) in the region. You are expected to partner with the Cross Data Management team to drive data governance and standards through Value COE client engagements. In addition, you are expected to be informed on the Enterprise/Function Data strategies to ensure recommendations are in alignment with strategies. You will support regional Process Advisors in gathering data information, performing initial analysis and documenting interesting insights. In order to do this effectively, you are expected to have broad business process experience and an understanding of how data enables those processes.
This job requires experience managing relationships effectively with all levels of the organization, building relationships with key business and Global IT stakeholders, and drive results by identifying data opportunities that are aligned with data governance, data standards and Enterprise/Function strategies. Additionally, you will courageously raise issues and collaborate with appropriate resources to drive resolution that are potential vague and strategic in nature. Activities will include business process management, process metrics, continuous improvement to help the Businesses/Functions achieve the business value from SAP and other investments in technology-enabled transformations.
45% - Business Readiness:
Current State Assessment - Assess Business Unit/Function current state capabilities across process, data, technology and reporting. Ensure that the current state work can effectively translate into requirements for the SAP deployment teams
Assist business in understanding end state data requirements given their designed processes by developing a data business readiness plan to further mature their capabilities to required levels for entry into a technology deployment project, with particular emphasis on SAP.
Identify, lead and champion change management, communication, and training needs for data
Provide ongoing coaching and guidance throughout the development and execution of the business readiness program. Assist in on-going assessments to ensure BU action plan is preparing them to levels required to meet project entry criteria for SAP and other technology deployments.
Provide feedback and support to Enterprise/Function Data Teams, Global Process Owners and Managers to continue to mature our business readiness materials and approach to improve effectiveness of the program
45% - Continuous Improvement Work:
Collaborate with CoE colleagues and business super users to conduct periodic health assessment.
Leverage assessment model to assist BU in identification and development of a continuous improvement project portfolio to ensure effective and efficient processes. Engage and influence business sponsors and users and contribute value to their targeted business outcomes. Indirectly and at times directly influence objectives and goals for a business.
Collaborate, lead and champion change with key Cargill stakeholders, peers, and senior leadership members to ensure complex solutions are implemented successfully.
Lead, guide, explain, clarify, and negotiate solution options and influence business partner decision making to minimize the amount of project investment divergence from target architecture. Persuade stakeholders to accept new ideas, approaches, techniques, and standards as required.
Identify opportunities to connect business clients with other businesses, functions or external companies to drive best practices and share knowledge across Cargill.
Enable the business processes in alignment with the BU strategies and integrated roadmap that maximize value capture.
Work within our Businesses and Functions to assess our current use of ERP solutions and one or more process areas. Provide expertise and identification/execution of continuous improvement activities to achieve our end state goals and value from our investment in ERP.
Provide support and consultation to BUs working thru continuous improvement opportunities with a goal of capturing value realization targets
Propogate the Enterprise/Function data strategies in client engagement to ensure appropriate localization design decisions are consistent across BU's/Functions, change management is incorporated, and appropriate controls/governance are implemented
10% - Other Project Delivery Responsibilities (may include some or all of the following)
Manage workload and priorities to deliver agreed upon project milestones and objectives set by the business or function within one or more countries.
Prepare high and detailed level estimations of effort in order to achieve a preferred solution
Provide subject matter expertise in one or more system or applications.
Work as part of a team in a matrix to bring solutions forward
Work across process and technology teams to identify and resolve highly complex and ambiguous issues where answers are not readily apparent and manage inter-dependencies between integration points.
Serve as a data liaison with the BU's/Functions for Value COE client engagements
7 years of business experience or related IT experience on medium to large scale projects
3 years of SAP Data Experience
5 years experience working in Data design, process services capacity
3 years experience with Reporting, Analytics & Information
Ability to travel up to 30%, including international (e.g. Latin America)
Masters Degree in IT, Business, or other related field
Prior SAP deployment experience
Experience working in a business role including mergers and acquisitions
Experience working with leveraged resources
Lean, Six Sigma
Fundamental training in process management and project management skills. Ability to lead evaluation and improvement of processes and data; build process & data management systems and projects.
Established and respected as a thought leader in the Data Process area – including familiarity with Data Architecture and tools (MDG, InfoSteward, Winshuttle, etc.) with demonstrated ability to understand and use data technology.
Extensive knowledge in the Big 3 in Data – Material, Customer and Vendor Master
Demonstrated consulting skills to assess areas of opportunity and influence clients to adopt improvement plans
Ability to provide breakthrough insights on business process and data improvement resulting in quantifiable process improvement and financial benefit to the organization
Experienced working with ambiguity and a fast paced and changing environment
Proven conflict resolution skills
Strong problem solving/decision-making skills
Demonstrated ability to utilize Project Management tools and practices in a daily setting
Strong written, verbal, and facilitation skills and the ability to communicate technical and business information effectively to both technical and non-technical people
Established skills in identifying needs, developing and applying strategies to address change management issues
Ability to apply Data to process integration
Marketing & Pricing Director
The Marketing & Pricing Lead oversees the planning, development, and execution of Cargill Salt Group's marketing and brand strategy, strengthening the marketing capability and building the Cargill Salt Group brand in the market and the communities the Group serves. The incumbent is responsible for leading the market insights strategy and overseeing the execution of market research and insight activities for the Group. The role also helps to establish the pricing strategy, tools and processes for the Salt Group to meet the financial objectives, creating opportunities to help Salt Group increase margins, and remain competitive in the marketplace, and develop pricing capabilities across the Group. The Marketing & Pricing Lead serves the Market Leaders in the execution of their growth plans by ensuring a strong market and consumer connect, using consumer, customer and market data as a critical strategic differentiator for the Salt Group and working closely with the sales, key account management and customer service teams to better help them compete in the marketplace.
10% Strategy & Vision:
Assists in the shaping of the vision, goals, and long-term strategic direction for the Growth Ventures group in alignment with the broader Cargill Salt Group strategy
Establishes priorities and measurable goals for the marketing and pricing on an annual basis in consultation with the Salt Group Leader
25% Marketing & Communications Operations:
Ensures Cargill Salt Group's brand and message is consistently distributed across channels and target audiences
Coordinates with Markets and Growth Ventures Leader to align marketing priorities and budgets
Facilitates communications across the Group and external audiences to build the Salt and/or Markets brand in the communities we serve
Oversees the short, medium and long term marketing and public relations plans in coordination with the Market Leaders to ensure alignment with the Group's strategic goals
Ensure relationships with advertising and media agencies are positive and oversees the delivery of major campaigns; Develops strong partnership relations with external media parties including newspapers, televisions, digital marketing and other media communications working closely with Cargill Corporate
Monitors goals against budgets, scorecards, business plans to measure success and drive results
15% Customer Insights & Research:
Seeks out business partnerships opportunities with trade organizations and related industry bodies to assist Market Leaders drive growth and new opportunities
Oversee the creation of periodic market research and customer insight articles, either done internally or with partnership with third parties (primary and secondary); as well as any periodic customer related survey
Tracks the performance of competitors, and conducts industry benchmarking to support the Markets teams
Translates consumer information into Selling Stories for growth and new product introductions
Develops end user personas, including future customers, and understand personas' journeys and paths to purchase to serve as inputs for growth strategies
Leads teams in assisting in product development by collaborating with Emerging Business & Innovation teams and Markets teams
30% Development and monitoring of pricing capabilities
Develops pricing capabilities needed to support the Market teams
Partners cross-functionally to create pricing strategies in conjunction with Sales Leads and Market Leaders
Develops pricing models and pricing tools to be utilized by Salt Group's sales team and market leader who will execute on the pricing
Recommends the pricing moves and the expected competitive responses to the pricing move
Identifies opportunities for margin improvement projects to improve profitability across the Group
Provides guidance for the execution of the different pricing to meet short term objectives and longer term strategy goals
Assists the sales team by participating in key pricing negotiations, if and when needed
Acts as the pricing subject matter expertise and stays knowledgeable of current developments and best practices
20% People Management:
Provides employees with a work environment that is open and conducive to high performance, personal development and career growth and in line with the cultural attributes of the Salt Group
Assess the performance of direct reports, provide feedback and coaching; review and ensure robust development plans, with a view to enhancing the overall talent pipeline for the Salt Group.
Helps in the oversight of recruitment, coaching, and development of the team (direct and indirect) building leadership and technical capabilities.
Leads team resources and budgets, and provides vision for the development of compelling long term value propositions.
Assists Growth Ventures Leader in the coordination of resource allocation in a way that supports Cargill Salt Group's strategy and growth objectives.
Drives a culture that supports deliberate, data-driven performance and risk-taking, "blue sky" thinking, and anticipatory execution.
Promotes communication, alignment, coordination, and collaboration across the Salt Group
12 years of experience working in a professional work environment
8 years of experience in one of the following: marketing, market research, pricing management or consumer insights
Knowledge of research methodologies and resources for both B2B and B2C applications.
Ability to create and adapt research methods to fit business needs designing research plan, developing analytical plans, and creating questionnaires.
Experience with market segmentation and marketing plan development
Organized, efficient but flexible with the ability to work in a fast-paced environment under tight deadlines with demanding quality requirements and in a matrix organization
Strong ability to translate and communicate data and findings into understandable, actionable business implications and recommendations.
Ability to influence decision makers.
Must be a team player who has a proven ability to work cross-functionally and with multiple layers of the organization.
Broad knowledge and experience with a diverse set of research methodologies/types including segmentation, customer satisfaction, brand research, advertising effectiveness study.
Excellent presentation skills. Should be a very good communicator
Experience leading cross-functional teams with members from varied functions and positions
Ability to create strategic plans, marshal necessarily organizational support and oversee successful execution
Ability to deal with ambiguity and work in an environment that is constantly changing.
Knowledge in use of Analytical tools
Experience in profitability analysis and pricing economics experience
Experience in Microsoft Office functions with strong presentation skills
MBA or Masters in Marketing
Prior working experience with pricing software (SAP, Salesforce, etc.)
Proficiency in using pricing tools like PROS, Zilliant, and/or Vendavo.
Founded in 1994, Cargill Risk Management (CRM), a Cargill, Incorporated business, is a dedicated provider of risk management solutions to internal Cargill businesses and external customers. At its core, our business is about listening and understanding customer's commodity, currency and financial exposures to structure risk management products to meet those needs. With a global presence, Cargill Risk Management engages over 1,000 customers in 60 countries from our 16 international locations. CRM has high growth objectives and operates in a fast paced, dynamic, highly innovative, and engaged business environment.
Cargill Risk Management seeks to hire a Contract Analyst, who will support Cargill's Risk Management's Credit, Sales, Legal, and Compliance teams. This position, based in Hopkins, MN, is responsible for negotiating various trading related contracts and agreements, with customers, brokers and other third party providers; in compliance with established corporate and legal policies, procedures and objectives.
Key functions include:
Negotiation and execution of various commercial contracts; including editing/drafting and negotiating terms and conditions in conformance to Cargill standard terms and conditions
Work with the credit team in preparing and distributing onboarding documents, ensuring that internal controls are met, documents are properly prepared, and records maintained.
This position will work closely with the legal and compliance groups and involves interaction with marketers, traders, finance, outsourced shared services, and administration personnel.
80 % Contract Administration:
Prepare master trade agreements, confidentiality, referral and/or other trade related agreements
Negotiate contract terms with potential customers
Address internal and external customer contract inquiries
Coordinate with other Cargill contract teams, internal legal, tax, credit and other functional areas; as required
Assist credit team in the preparation and distribution of new customer onboarding documents including follow-up with customers as needed
20 % Work Process Improvement:
Manage contract execution through internal e-signature platform
Lead effort to innovate and continuously improve efficiency and accuracy of contract administration
Maintain and update contract templates, and system for storing and retrieval of documents; in coordination with legal and regulatory standards
Coordinate and provide assistance on any Operational, Business Structuring or other administrative issues that may develop in local office and coordinate accordingly with the relevant functions.
Assist in any adhoc duties as requested.
Minimum of 2 years of commercial contract negotiation, administration and terminology
Willingness to work in a fast paced trade floor environment and manage competing demands
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Strong organizational and planning skills; able to control the flow of documents in all processes efficiently
Self-motivated and ability to work independently, and also be an integral part of a cooperative-team effort
Attention to detail and ability to deal effectively with conflict and ambiguity
Ability to document and improve processes/controls
Excellent analytical abilities, problem solving skills and ability to make both timely and informed decisions
Excellent negotiation and customer service skills
Ability to travel up to 5%
Ability to maintain confidentiality and a high degree of professionalism
Proficient use of Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook)
Knowledge of derivatives, futures, and/or commodity markets
Knowledge of U.S. laws, Dodd-Frank and other regulatory requirements
Knowledge of governing trade agreements
Best Buy Mobile Sales Consultant
What does a Best Buy Mobile Sales Consultant do?
Best Buy Sales Consultants excel at selling products and services, working closely with other members of the sales team. They accumulate the appropriate knowledge and expertise through continuous learning and self-development. Then, armed with the right tools and knowledge, they create ease and add value to the Best Buy Mobile experience, ensuring customers' end-to-end needs are met. As a trusted advisor and partner, Best Buy Mobile Sales Consultants develop strong relationships with customers and bring them a little closer to family and friends by helping them close the gaps with technology.
The Best Buy Sales Consultant in Mobile Wireless engages customers utilizing selling skills to build connected solutions while maintaining a balance of high velocity and high service. They'll sell a broad range of mobile products and services using a proven structured approach while at the same time developing in-depth knowledge of the latest mobile technology.
Job responsibilities include:
Provide personalized service and exceptional expertise for customers.
Handle all aspects of the sale including: customer contracts and warranties, customer payments, cash and credit card/check transactions.
Develop, maintain and communicate strong, up-to-date knowledge of wireless products, accessories, pricing plans and service features.
What are the Professional Requirements of a Best Buy Mobile Sales Consultant?
Ability to work successfully as part of a team
Ability to work a flexible schedule inclusive of holidays, nights and weekends
- 3 months experience working in customer service, sales or related fields
Connected Devices Sales Consultant
What does a Best Buy Connected Devices Sales Consultant do?
Do you love listening to the latest tunes through your portable headphones? Or, using a wearable to track the amount of physical activity you perform in a day? If you think it would be fun to sell these products check out the Best Buy Connected Devices Sales Consultant role. Best Buy Sales Consultants excel at selling products and services and work closely with other sales team members. They accumulate the appropriate knowledge and expertise through continuous learning and self-development. Armed with the right tools and knowledge, they create ease and add value to the Best Buy experience; ensuring customers' end-to-end needs are met. As a trusted advisor and partner, Best Buy Sales Consultants develop strong relationships with customers and bring them a little closer to family and friends by helping them close the gaps with technology.
The Best Buy Sales Consultant engages customers by utilizing selling skills to build the right solutions for our customers. They will sell a broad range of products and services including health and fitness, head phones and portable speakers using a proven structured approach while at the same time developing in-depth knowledge of the latest technology.
Job responsibilities include:
Provide personalized service and exceptional expertise for customers.
Handle all aspects of the sale including customer contracts and warranties, customer payments, cash and credit card/check transactions.
Develop, maintain and communicate strong, up-to-date knowledge of health and fitness, head phones and portable speakers products, accessories, pricing plans and service features.
What are the Professional Requirements of a Best Buy Sales Consultant?
Ability to work successfully as part of a team
Ability to work a flexible schedule inclusive of holidays, nights and weekends
- 3 months experience working in customer service, sales or related fields
Risk, Security & Certification Analyst - Hopkins, MN
Globally grant access permissions and task privledges to a role/users for Finance, Treasury and other areas/applications in Cargill. Ensure that the requests meet the requirements for the access/role.
40% - Execute Day to Day Identity Governance Management Activities/Controls
Ensure work intake approved requests for add/changes/deletes of user entitlements/roles are executed accurately & timely
Partner with application teams and business partners when defining application entitlement best practices and to help reduce Segregation of Duty conflicts
Manage intake request forms as needed
40% - Logical Access Review/Certification
Ensure a Global User Access Review process is established and can be leveraged within and across multiple applications as well as across countries globally
Ensure proper controls are in place that meet Information Protection policies
15% - Role Mining
Work with TGRC and Cargill Businesses to establishing 'Role-based access/Role Mining' to reduce the 'shift and lift' common process of copying access of another user.
5% - Miscellaneous duties as assigned
High School diplomia
3 or more years of IT and business/industry work experience
Demonstrate Analytical and investigation skills
Knowledge of Cargill BU/Enterrise Structure
Strong collaboration skills
Strong documentation skills
.Strong customer service skills
Strong attention to detail
Ability to work independently
Strong learning capacity
Broad perspective – ability to see beyond the boundries of the one application
Ability to work as a team
Strong Microsoft Tools experience including Excel
Handle multiple tasks with variety of deadlines at one time
Remedy and/or RemedyForce experience
Working Knowledge of Visio
Abiiltiy to train others on a new application/concept
PH Restaurant General Manager
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PH Restaurant General Manager
7 10th Ave S
To eat. To laugh.
To share. That's why people come to Pizza Hut. It's the calling of our Restaurant General Managers to make them feel like family with smiles, teamwork and dedication.
If you're an experienced restaurant or retail manager, think about a career with Pizza Hut. You know who you are - a natural leader, you love putting together a winning team. You're all about teaching new things and motivating the team to work together.
At Pizza Hut, you can do all that – and more. Here, you will work with smart, experienced, fun people. Expect training and growth.
Plenty of excitement. Unique challenges. And a world of opportunity.
What are we looking for?
The good news is that your training will teach you everything you need to know to succeed on the job. But there are a few skills you should have from the get-go:
You have at least 2 years of leadership experience in the restaurant, hospitality or retail industry with responsibility for financial results.
You're all about creating a great place to work for your team.
You want to make your customer's day and it shows in the way you are maniacal about serving amazing pizza with a great big smile.
We have a GREAT culture and look for GREAT people to add to our family. You know who you are --honest, energetic, motivational and fun.
You have a vision for the perfect restaurant, and you know how to get your team to bring it to life. You set high standards for yourself and for your people.
You're up for a challenge. You love the excitement of the restaurant business and know every day is different. And, you're at least 18 years old with a valid driver's license, reliable transportation (not public transportation – you may need to drive to make deposits for the restaurant sometimes) and a true desire to learn and grow.
Keep in mind, this is just basic information. You'll find out more after you apply. And independently-owned franchised or licensed locations may have different requirements.
Maintenance Group Reliability Leader
The Salt Group Reliability Leader is responsible for the strategic/tactical oversight and implementation of the Reliability Excellence (RE) governance and Business/Group/Facility Asset Management deliverables for the Salt Operations and Manufacturing Excellence Group. The individual will be responsible for the development and implementation of deliverables and activities include RE programs; oversight and guidance of the reliability engineering function, asset integrity (mechanical, electrical & structural) leading operational effectiveness and continuous improvement; best practices application, training and support; and champion change and people management within the business.
This role is the leader in creating and managing change in the Maintenance and Reliability functions for the business to optimize overall reliability within the organization. The role provides and seeks guidance to and from Business Group Leaders, Business Group and Functional Operational Leadership and Facility/Site members.
40%- Reliablity Excellence Governance
Responsible for creating, implementing and developing Business/Group RE vision, strategy as well as direct program administration
Promotes culture that builds, operates and maintains plants that are operationally sound, safe and reliable. Implements leading RE practices and aggressively raises the performance of facilities by monitoring key performance indicators for the business.
Has direct oversight of the Reliability Engineering function within the Business/Group to directly drive the impact of asset management programs, bad actor elimination programs and asset lifecyles
Influence & monitor Asset Reliability Policies into Capital Excellence Process
Drive, monitor & maintain Asset Health Strategies through performing assessments/audits of business locations
Actively pursue continuing education around leading RE practices
Influence site reliability leaders & any other staffing requirements and support with maintenance & reliability staffing for sites
Work with sites to establish and achieve specific reliability business plans, review maintenance budgets and spending plans
25%- Operational Effectiveness & Continuous Improvement
Develops and manages Business/Group maintenance & reliability strategies, standards and practices; provides clear instruction and direction on routine ongoing maintenance activities to drive asset health and adherence to guidelines, codes, regulation, requirements and overall quality
Develop and manage reliability metrics and measures equipment and process/program performance by tracking and reporting on established metrics for the Business/Group (i.e. Asset Health index; Total Maintenance Cost/RAV; Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) and audit/assessment compliance)
Drive Process Standardization and Improvement recommendations into Business/Group where appropriate through the Production Excellence/Continuous Improvement foundational elements
20%- Best Practices Application, Training & Support
Develop and implements consistent maintenance and reliability engineering best practices (i.e. safety programs, routine safety audits, RCM methodology and FMEA to determine optimum defect elimination strategies)
Developing knowledge of and is responsible for driving awareness of the latest innovations, technology and trends for maintenance and reliability practices
Identifies training opportunities/needs and organizes training sessions for Business/Group on skills training and development, reliability & safety practices and work standards. May provide ad-hoc technical guidance and support as needed for Capital project design and execution. Serves as a source of maintenance/reliability information for Business/Group.
Supports operations by evaluating and developing conclusions in regards to failures, downtime and lost production and identifies opportunities to improve Business/Group/Facility reliability and/or guides teams to understand acceptable risk tolerance for assets.
15%- People Management
Manages Business Reliability team and responsible for recruiting, retention, development and engagement of team
Leads team in strategy development and appropriate scheduling and delegation of activities for maintenance and reliability
Leads and maintains influence over key maintenance and reliability efforts of facility maintenance managers that are directly tied back to Business/Group maintenance and reliability strategy.
Minimum of 15 years operational and/or maintenance experience.
Demonstrated experience with driving significant improvement and managing change in a large organizations.
Demonstrated knowledge / working understanding of manufacturing and operational processes.
Project management skills and the ability to work within and improve upon processes / systems.
Excellent written and oral communication skills (including the ability to present information to a formal group).
Demonstrated ability to solve complex technical problems using formal techniques to evaluate systems, equipment, and failures.
Demonstrated experience in delivering costs savings through process optimization and working through others.
Ability to travel up to 40% of the time.
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering (Chemical, Mechanical, Industrial, Electrical, etc) or other technical discipline, or relevant, demonstrated job experience in the maintenance and reliability field.
Advance degree in engineering and/or business administration
Maintenance Manager/Superintendent experience
Operations/maintenance experience in a complex operations/manufacturing facility
Experience using Reliability Centered Maintenance techniques, Root Cause Analysis, and Predictive Maintenance technologies. (e.g. Vibration analysis, infrared, acoustic emissions, tribology, etc.) to create a proactive work environment that is focused on continuous improvement at best cost
Director, Derivative Metals Sales - Cargill Risk Management
Come join us at Cargill!
Cargill Risk Management is tailoring customized hedging solutions to mitigate risks and uncertainties in more than 100 commodities and currencies.
Risk Management is at the core of Cargill's services, providing financial solutions for our customers to better manage the most volatile cost components of physical contracts. Since 1994, our customers have relied on Cargill Risk Management's tailored solutions, customized for pricing needs, volumes and market bias.
Cargill Risk Management
Sr Marketer . Sr Derivative Sales. -
Position Purpose & Summary
30% Identify, proactive call, initiate, onboard and develop new metal derivatives customer relationships.
10% Interface directly with OTC tailored exotic hedging solutions , options and swaps to customers to assist in mitigating commodity price risk in metals.
10% Cross – sell / connect customers and prospects with other hedging solutions divisions of CRM and Cargill like Ags, Energy, Fx, Resins, Trade structured finance, Ocean transportation, others.
10% Perform dual metal derivatives sales trader responsibilities that include new client prospecting and on-boarding , plus servicing commercial hedges for existing customers.
10% Effectively communicate Cargill Risk Management's value proposition across multiple levels within customer's organization for tailored hedging solutions in metals. Industry segments include but are not limited to Mining, Smelters, Trading Companies, Manufacturing, Recycling, other.
10% Grow CRM's direct and embedded metal derivatives sales activities through building and strengthening relationships with existing customers and Cargill Business Units.
10 % Seek to learn and understand customer hedging objectives first, and then present a portfolio of tailored solutions in a portfolio that balances diminishing pricing risk and maximizing return and cost efficiency.
10% Present executable quotes, execute trades; coordinate with credit, compliance, trading, operations, CRM Sr Mgmt as assigned for pre and post sale relationship management in many areas like, marginning, settlements, stress testing, position management, financial and credit reviews, etc.
Working at a Cargill office location outside NYC or Twin Cities is not an available option for this position.
Bachelor's degree required in business administration, finance, marketing, economics or similar fields.
A minimum of 5 years of customer-facing sales experience in the hedging industry including building customer relationships, managing credit issues and overall compliance with corporate standards, policies and procedures.
Experience with OTC Tailored Structures, futures, options, swaps, commodity and financial markets.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Strong math, problem solving and attention to detail skills.
Working knowledge of commodity markets and ability to understand the financial implications of market movements.
Ability to travel frequently, varies but often at least 30% or more depending on goals
Knowledge of metals derivative market customer end users and counterparties
International metals OTC swaps and futures market experience.
Team player and customer oriented.
Strong presentation skills.
Working knowledge of Excel and PowerPoint.
Additional languages besides English.
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