Applications are sought from customer – orientated and motivated individuals who would like a career with one of the world’s packaging leaders, CROWN Beverage Cans Sihanoukville Limited. Part of CROWN Asia operations, we are a manufacturing plant producing aluminum beverage cans & ends in Cambodia.
In this regard we are looking for candidates of suitable caliber to join us and to build a local team that will provide world-class products and service to our international customer base. Qualified candidates are invited to apply for the below position.
Head of Production
• Ensure the Manufacturing and Quality systems are followed by the department personnel.
• Ensure safe working and good house keeping practices through EH&S and HACCP programs.
• Manage resources (equipment, materials & manpower) efficiently to achieve the budget targets for KPI`s
• Manage/control production losses and spoilage efficiently with proper preventive/corrective action.
• Lead PM&R program for the production equipment.
• Manage production team, incl. staff training and development;
• Graduate or higher diploma in mechanic / electrical / production engineering
• Minimum 3-5 years experience in management/supervisory role, preferably in manufacturing
• Good computer skills
• Good practical technical knowledge & safety awareness
• Team player with good interpersonal & communication skills
• Able to do multi tasks & work under pressure
Interested applicants meeting the above requirements should submit their resume with cover letter specifying the applied position no later than 24 April 2015 to the following address. Applications are encouraged to apply thru below address or email.
A. Email: HR-Sihanoukville@crowncork.com.sg
B. CROWN Beverage Cans Sihanoukville Limited
National Road No. 4, Phum No. 1, Sangkat No. 1, Sihanoukville.
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