Seeking a Production Manager - CAPM

Company Name:
RCI Recruitment Solutions
Seeking a Production Manager - CAPM
Our Client Company is a national manufacturer of nonmetallic electrical conduit, fittings, accessories, utility and communications duct, directional boring conduit and residential switch and outlet boxes. The preferred employer of the town, the company produces PVC elbows primarily used for electrical, water and sewer conduits. Please submit your updated resume if you believe you may have the qualifications and experience I am looking for to fulfill their Production Manager position in Mineral Wells, TX. The annual salary is 50k to 60k dollars, with relocation assistance available (up to 12k dollars).
The Production Manager manages all aspects of the Specialty Plant Fabrication Department. He or she reviews and evaluates performance of line supervisors and hourly production employees, and also evaluates running conditions of fabrication equipment to ensure the highest quality and optimum output. Supervision and training of employees ensure they are working in a safe and productive manner. The Production Manager prepares reports and manages the Fabrication Department in compliance with corporate procedure, while being mindful of the collective bargaining agreement with the local Steelworkers Union.
(Note: Only candidates with the following qualifications will be considered)
High School diploma or GED; Associates degree preferred
Minimum of 3 years supervisory experience (5 years preferred) in the fabrication of PVC pipe elbows (an absolute!)
Competitive salary and a generous employee benefits package, including medical, dental, vision, paid holidays and time off, and more.
Must be a U.S. citizen or Green Card holder.
Interested and qualified, or do you know someone who might be?
To apply, please click on the following link and email your updated resume in a Word format, highlighting the necessary requirements and indicating position of interest to . Please specify, Production Manager CAPM in the subject line.

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