Position Details

Maintenance Superintendent
Green Bay
Coated Label Products
The Coated Products Operations consists of three manufacturing plants, four Slitting and Distribution centers, and a majority interest partnership in Mexico. The CPO manufactures pressure sensitive label stock, utilizing a variety of face stock, adhesive and release liner combinations. Product capabilities include an expanded film line, as well as traditional paper, foil and thermal offerings.
The Maintenance Superintendent will be responsible for managing all aspects of Maintenance in our Green Bay operation. Reporting to the Production Manager, the selected candidate will develop and implement predictive, preventive and TMP programs, as well as being responsible for coordinating Maintenance efforts for the outlying divisions. The Maintenance Superintendent will direct the efforts of an 18-person staff in a union facility.
- BS Degree in Engineering preferred - Minimum of 10 years of Supervisory experience - Adhesive or Pressure Sensitive experience is a plus - Knowledge of coating processes, converting and web handling equipment - Excellent supervisory and organizational skills - Strong communication skills - The ability to get along well with others is a requirement
We offer a stable work environment, modern facilities and a high quality of life location. In addition, the selected candidate will receive a competitive salary and an excellent benefit package including Medical, Dental, Prescription Drug, Vision, Life, LTD/STD, and Company matching 401(k). If you are interested in pursuing this exceptional career opportunity with a solid, stable company, please send your resume and salary history by March 1st, 2019, to:

Green Bay Packaging Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.

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