The Plant Coordinator will report directly to the Plant Manager and will work closely with all of the plant Supervisors and Managers. All employees classified within this group are expected to have a keen interest in health and safety and adequate knowledge of Armtec procedures for equipment and products to perform the job duties efficiently and with a quality conscious manner.
NATURE AND SCOPE
This position will be a hands on role with most of the time being spent on the production floor inspecting product, documenting non-conformances, and daily verification that proper process and documentation is being followed.
- Work in compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations; as well as, the Company Health and Safety Responsibilities and Accountabilities. Promote Armtec’s EVERYBODY | EVERYWHERE | EVERYTIME safety vision.
- Participate in schedule planning of new project set up
- Participate in manpower planning for transferring manpower between projects and onboarding new personnel.
- Coaching Supervisors on improving their communication skills, including assisting in preparation of Daily Safety Huddles and Toolbox Talks, as well as providing post-meeting feedback on how to improve effectiveness of communication.
- Compile 13 week rollup Labour Forecast
- Document sound safety policies and procedures for all plant personnel, under direction of Plant/Production Manager.
- Organize and advise the safety committee in developing, reviewing and assessing all safety programs and procedures including 5S and participating in monthly plant inspections.
- Conduct Safety orientations for new hires
- Be responsible for planning and implementation of weekly safety (Toolbox) meetings
- Working with the Plant Manager and Supervisors to assist in completion of all Incident Investigation forms in the event of a medical aid/time loss or near miss accident, including follow ups on corrective action plans
- Backup support to other key roles within the Operations Department
- Actively participates in, and initiates improvement projects related to production.
- Audits procedures and work instructions, to ensure they are understood and updated as required
- Participate in writing work procedures and lock out procedures for operations
- Manages special projects, as required and other duties of a similar nature
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- Preferably a Diploma in Technology, Management or Teaching, with some emphasis on coaching and mentoring or equivalency of 3-5 years of supervisory role
- Manufacturing or Construction background is preferable
- Understanding of the Construction industry and knowledge of the Pre-Cast manufacturing techniques will be considered an asset.
- Experience working in a strong “safety culture” desirable.
- Strong organizational skills
- Proactive with a “Can Do” attitude.
- Advanced computer skills, including Windows, and Microsoft Office.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English.
- Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines.
- Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to ensure compliance with all safety regulations and maintain diplomacy in the workplace
1. Work closely with production teams to ensure a high level of safety
2. Collaborate with Supervisors and Human Resources
Physical Effort – Time is spent in a plant atmosphere or outdoors, depending upon priorities of the day. Requires frequent periods of bending, standing and walking and does require the ability to move light to moderate material or equipment.
Physical Environment – Normal outdoor work environment which could include exposure to adverse weather conditions, some stress due to adherence to deadlines, which may require some overtime. Occasionally the incumbent works in an average factory type building, which can be dirty, noisy, damp, and not uniformly heated. The incumbent is exposed to noise, dust, and occasional welding fumes and flashes.
Sensory Attention – A great deal of attention, both seeing and hearing, is required at all times. Many unusual occurrences can happen several times over the course of a day. The risk of accidents occurring is present. Attention must be given to accident potential in all areas of the plant and shipping yard.
Mental Stress – There is routine pressure from various sources to achieve results while, at the same time, care and control of motorized equipment. Occasional extra pressure can be experienced as a result of unforeseen events and decisions creating conflict.