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Process Controls Supervisor

Company Name:
RCI Recruitment Solutions
Seeking Experienced Process Controls Supervisor! Apply today.
Our client is a leading North American cement producer with over 6.5 million metric tons of annual capacity. Headquartered in Nazareth, Pennsylvania, the company operates production facilities throughout the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico. With a sophisticated network linking all plants, terminals and markets, along with membership of a larger group of companies with revenues topping 4.7 euros, and operations across 4 continents, our client is well positioned to provide an unprecedented level of technical service to the construction industry.
Process Controls Supervisor
Nazareth, Pennsylvania
Our client will count on you to use your superior leadership skills in supervising a production crew or an operating shift in the effective and efficient operation of the cement plant, in order to achieve the necessary goals of the production facility. This must be accomplished while remaining in compliance with applicable laws, regulations and company policies.
To qualify, you should hold an Associates degree in Engineering (preferably) and 10 years of Process Control experience. Five of those years should be spent in a supervisory or managerial capacity. Our client seeks a background of heavy industrial experience, involving work with large equipment in a steel, manufacturing or mining environment. Experience in the cement industry is optimal. Safety experience is a must. Flexibility to work any shift, including weekends, is a requirement, as well.
Our client provides good salaries and excellent benefits. But more than that, the organization thrives on a philosophy that has everyone working hard, together, to achieve even greater levels of success and shape, not only a promising future for the company, but for the industry, as well.
If youre looking for a great growth opportunity, look no further! Send your resume, today, to .
Our Client is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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