The Committee of Management of Parengarenga Incorporation are calling for expressions of interest for clear-felling of unthinned stands of pine trees, planted in 2004, contract will be initially for 6 months, with a review after this period. To view the forest, please contact Dan Henderson on +64 021 408 767.
Job Description: Who we are Allied Timber Products NSW (ATP) is a privately owned mid-tier radiata sawmilling company employing approximately 30 staff. The company processes approximately 90,000m3 per annum small saw logs and produces framing and landscaping products. Other onsite facilities include a timber treatment plant, kiln drying and a drymill.
About the role This role works closely with the Site Manager and newly appointed Softwood Manager Craig Neale. The Operations Manager / Assistant Site Manager is responsible for the safe and efficient operations of the site, including coordinating the end to end planning and scheduling activities for the site to achieve a high level of production product quality and safety performance in the most effective manner to deliver business value for the shareholders.
Key accountabilities include:
Supervise and ensure the safe operation of plant and equipment with a focus on the health and safety of all employees on site, including carrying out workplace health and safety training for staff.
Manage the site operations to ensure the delivery of reliable production plans that reflect site capability and deliver against the agreed business KPI’s.
Identify and assist in the implementation of strategies to optimise site operations with the aim of reducing costs, increasing capacity and driving revenue growth for the business.
Collaborate with key stakeholders to deliver strategic business outcomes.
Provide leadership, development and coaching to a team of staff to meet performance expectations and participate in HR initiatives.
Work with the Business Manager to achieve and exceed operational compliance requirements with WH&S, relevant legislation, licencing and codes of practice.
About you To be successful in this position you will possess:
Tertiary qualifications or demonstrated management experience in a planning / scheduling role, preferably in the timber processing or manufacturing industry.
Demonstrated experience managing and supervising large teams of people from diverse cultural backgrounds.
A high level of understanding of sawmill operations with a focus on quality and efficient and sustainable production processes.
Highly developed communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to influence and negotiate with others to achieve strategic business outcomes.
High level computer skills including MS Office, previous experience utilising planning optimisation software.
Must hold a current Driver’s Licence.
Join a growing & dynamic company with career progression & professional development opportunities.
Competitive remuneration package.
Access to Employee Assistance Program.
Friendly and inclusive work environment.
How to apply If this sounds like you, we would like to hear from you!
Please apply by providing a cover letter outlining your skills and experience in relation to the key responsibilities of the role, along with a copy of your current resume.