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Jul 21, 2019
Role Purpose The Supply Chain Black Belt will be responsible for building Continuous Improvement (CI) capabilities across the organization and leading a portfolio of initiatives supporting the Company and Department goals.  The position will act as a lead change agent for lean process improvement implementations and improvement of capabilities of people and systems. This position will foster a culture of continuous improvement and sustainment while facilitating and educating continuous improvement tools across the organization.   The Supply Chain Black Belt role assists in operationalizing daily work improvements into the culture of the organization to achieve measurable and sustainable business efficiencies while developing relationships across all levels of the organization.  The role will focus in our extended supply chain and solve complex issues related to the packaging, palletization, storage and transportation of our packed products.   The candidate will support and mentor to both business leaders as well as improvement team members embedded in the business.  The incumbent will be an advocate for embedding continuous improvement programs within Tate & Lyle.   Job Responsibilities Mentors, coaches and trains Green Belts and other members of project teams. Black Belt must be clear and effective communicators to succeed in their roles as Six Sigma leaders, mentors, coaches and trainers. In the course of their day, Black Belts will communicate with employees at all levels of the company. They must be able to speak the language of CI and Lean 6 Sigma. Plan and manage a portfolio of process improvement initiatives using industry recognized process improvement methodologies and tools Conduct and facilitate process improvement projects and ongoing facility gap assessments around continuous improvement efforts Act as a change agent to foster and support a daily work improvement culture throughout the organization Participate/facilitate process improvement and strategic goal setting sessions throughout the business Drive the data collection and analytics to identify opportunities for improvement Collaborate with internal partners to ensure effective integration of initiatives as well as to foster collaborative and organizational learning Analyze opportunities as well as guide and plan actions around continuous improvement initiatives Propose and implement process improvements Identify trends and process variations as part of establishing a continuous improvement monitoring system Assist in development of Global Operations CI strategies Supports the business in decision making through data and interpretation from a lean perspective Assist in standardizing and sharing Best-In-Class continuous improvement practices throughout the organization.   Competencies Team Facilitation Problem Solving Effective Analytical Skills Change Agent Communication (Verbal and Written) Computer Skills (Excel, Minitab, Powerpoint) Program and Project Management Business Acumen Ability to recognize and evaluate new project ideas   Qualifications Requires a bachelor’s degree in Supply Chain, Engineering, Business or related field. Requires Lean 6 Sigma Black Belt training and certification.   Experience Requires 3 or more years of experience leading complex Continuous Improvement projects across a wide range of business units.  Proven track record and knowledge using the CI methodology and tool set.  Experience in leading and or managing CI teams would be preferred. Candidates must have experience in Supply Chain related activities (planning, transportation, packaging, warehousing, etc).
Tate & Lyle Decatur, IL, USA
Jul 21, 2019
Regional Category Manager – Truck and Bulk Truck   About Us Love food? So do we. In fact, we pride ourselves on being food people. For more than 150 years, we’ve been driven by our passion to create food that people love. No matter your role or expertise, you’ll be helping us make food extraordinary across the globe to improve lives for generations. Join us and experience what it’s like to work with people who are passionate about food and strive for the extraordinary. Reports to (Title) VP, Global Logistics Procurement Direct Reports N/A Role Purpose The purpose of this role is to develop and implement effective regional procurement strategies, supplier relationship management and delivery of short term and long term financial plans. The Regional Category Manager North America (NOAM), Transportation, will be responsible for negotiations, contractual agreements, vendor risk management, assess near and long term plans ensuring Tate & Lyle capacity requirements meet business demand. Define strategies to improve delivered price, enhance customer experience while driving creative capacity management ensuring longevity of a nimble Supply Chain. Through excellent leadership and communications skills, the NOAM Regional Category Manager will ensure that cross-functional business opportunities are actively embraced. The Recipe For Success: Proven expertise in sourcing transportation, inclusive of operational experience. Proven ability to manage winning strategies in a tight and competitive market. Transportation procurement management experience is essential to this role. Well-developed commercial mind-set and logistics market knowledge in the categories of over-the-road freight procurement and operations including but not limited to: dry van trucking, liquid bulk trucking, dry bulk trucking, less-than-truckload, intermodal, parcel,backhaul and pool trucks. Understand and ability to successfully develop and manage stakeholder relationships. Proven track record of strategic procurement and category management with small, medium and large carriers/vendors. Self-starter, outcome oriented individual with a proven track record of delivering savings targets by developing excellent stakeholder relationships both within and outside the organization. Track record of working successful in cross functional teams to serve business needs, develop a compelling selling proposition, and negotiate win-win contract agreements. Understand unique delivery requirements with determination and willingness to win customer accounts regardless of complexity. Experience managing a portfolio of $75mm+. Strong analytical and mathematical skills. Excellent written and verbal communication skill. Well-developed presentation skills. Ability to manage numerous competing priorities and deadline driven. A degree in Supply Chain, Business Administration, International Trade or Engineering with consideration to years of experience. Solid understanding of the contracting cycle with ability to apply knowledge in every carrier interaction and become a trusted advisor within the organization. Experience in successfully delivering category management in a global organization. Systems experience with Oracle and SAP would be advantageous. Advanced Excel and PowerPoint skills, Microsoft email and MS office suite of standard programs. Experience and understanding of risk management tools and techniques. Performing market assessments, trends and recommending mitigation action plans. Positive outlook cultivating team performance and morale. Willingness to travel 15% domestically in support of category and business requirements.   Our Culture: OUR VALUES   Safety Integrity Respect LEADERSHIP BEHAVIORS Partnership- We work together as one global team to deliver for our customers. Agility-We have the courage to act quickly and allow others to experiment and learn. Execution-We deliver long term results, balancing today’s needs with tomorrow’s possibilities. SAFETY ACCOUNTABILITIES Protecting our people and the environment is foundational to our business  Each team member is expected to support the Tate & Lyle culture where Environment, Health and Safety are the overriding values in all activities. Every team member is accountable for working safely and complying with all EHS policies, procedures and regulations relevant to their work and is expected to speak up and intervene to prevent unsafe conditions and to respect fellow workers and the communities in which we work.  Included in this is abidance with our Life Saving Principles (LSPs) and our STOP WORK AUTHORITY, which are developed to strengthen our workplace safety, prevent serious injury or loss of life.  
Tate & Lyle Decatur, IL, USA
Jul 21, 2019
Logistics Analyst About Us Love food? So do we. In fact, we pride ourselves on being food people. For more than 150 years, we’ve been driven by our passion to create food that people love. No matter your role or expertise, you’ll be helping us make food extraordinary across the globe to improve lives for generations. Join us and experience what it’s like to work with people who are passionate about food and strive for the extraordinary. Reports to (Title) Director of Transportation Direct Reports N/A Role Purpose The Rail Fleet Analyst position will be responsible for supporting the efficient and successful operations of the Tate and Lyle rail fleet. The position is part of the Transportation team and interfaces with the rest of the organization on all rail matters. The position ensures that the Tate and Lyle private rail car fleet is properly maintained, billed, scheduled and moving per the operating plan.    The Recipe for Success: Minimum 5 years of private rail fleet management or railroad experience Rail car billing, maintenance and/or expediting is preferred Bachelor’s degree is preferred Strong computer skills including Excel, Logistics Software, SAP Strong communication skills, both verbal and written Ability to effectively solve problems Effective analytical skills Strong project management skills Relevant experiences include: Demonstrated success in providing rail rates/routes for quotes into SAP Measuring and maintaining operational KPIs (e.g., on-time, asset utilization, and cost) Preparing daily position reports for commodity fleets Diverting cars as needed to keep empty car supply sufficient Monitoring railcar shipments and movement in the rail tracking system, contacting railroads when rail cars are delayed or bad ordered Ensuring outbound trains are rated and billed Processing lease invoices, creating purchase requisition and service entry sheets for leases Ordering railcar parts Filing rail product claims Rail EDI management Monitoring any exceptions in the rail tracking system Reviewing and approving/disputing railroad balance due, rejected load, empty car moves, and rebills Rail billing cancellations and shipment cost deletions Collaborating with Procurement to ensure rail shipping lanes with volume are covered under contracts where possible Filing rail contract refund requests Creating and distributing invoices for leasing of ethanol cars Working with outside firms to recoup any overpayments Actively managing complaints concerning rejected cars Re-billing cars when rejected by customers Our Culture OUR VALUES   Safety Integrity Respect LEADERSHIP BEHAVIORS Partnership- We work together as one global team to deliver for our customers. Agility-We have the courage to act quickly and allow others to experiment and learn. Execution-We deliver long term results, balancing today’s needs with tomorrow’s possibilities. SAFETY ACCOUNTABILITIES Protecting our people and the environment is foundational to our business   Each team member is expected to support the Tate & Lyle culture where Environment, Health and Safety are the overriding values in all activities. Every team member is accountable for working safely and complying with all EHS policies, procedures and regulations relevant to their work and is expected to speak up and intervene to prevent unsafe conditions and to respect fellow workers and the communities in which we work.  Included in this is abidance with our Life Saving Principles (LSPs) and our STOP WORK AUTHORITY which are developed to strengthen our workplace safety, prevent serious injury or loss of life.  
Tate & Lyle Decatur, IL, USA
Jul 21, 2019
Lead and drive improvements in the demand planning process for our Primary Products business by working collaboratively with sales, product management, finance, senior management and the S&OP team. You will be responsible for delivering an accurate volume forecast each month that can be used for both financial and production planning as well as to provide support to the senior management team in making effective decisions for the business.   ·          Lead the demand review consensus process for Primary Products ·          Analyse trends which you will use to drive improvements in forecast accuracy and forecast bias ·          Through analytics, ensure seasonality assumptions and phasing appear consistent with business trends ·          Document assumptions related to major changes of forecast ·          Successfully collaborate with supply planning to ensure best quality demand signal is sent to production plants on a monthly basis ·          Support sales and product management teams in reporting the monthly forecast by customer shipping location, sold to customer, stock keeping unit (SKU) to maximise profit and improve downstream planning in other supply chain areas ·          Interface with supply planning / sales and product managers to manage product allocations ·          Maintain a detailed knowledge of sales strategies and initiatives including gaps and opportunities between latest forecast and annual operating plans and use this information to optimise planning ·          Lead and continue to improve Demand Planning group capabilities and processes that help drive high performance and growth ·          Track monthly forecast error results versus established targets; identify, report and present root cause analysis related to forecast errors below targets ·          Challenge forecast based on contract compliance trends ·          Lead and participate in continuous improvement projects ·          As salesforce.com becomes the source of the truth for opportunities, challenge and partner with the commercial teams to drive better visibility of the pipeline and how to manage the opportunities in their demand forecast   Experience ·          Experience in S&OP processes and procedures, customer planning and / or supply planning ·          SAP experience a plus ·          Strong track record of building and maintaining effective and trusting relationships   Skills ·          Strong analytical skillsets and strong Excel skills ·          Strong communication skills, both oral and written ·          Able to see the big picture; to think conceptually and strategically, yet able to deliver concrete results ·          Driven and self-motivated, and confident leading change   Desirable Relevant degree or equivalent in business / logistics fields  
Tate & Lyle Decatur, IL, USA
Jul 21, 2019
Requisition ID 6686   Position Type FT Permanent   Recruiter #LI-OO1  Posting Type LI  Leading to better encompasses all we do at Kerry, it's how we've become the worlds leading taste and nutrition company. Whether it's building and manufacturing sustainable solutions for food, beverage or pharmaceutical consumers, our commitment to lead the world to better nutrition drives us forward. With 25,000+ colleagues across the globe and 15,000+ Kerry products, your opportunities are limitless. About Kerry A career with Kerry Taste & Nutrition offers you an opportunity to shape how people across the globe view food and beverage while providing you opportunities to explore and grow as your interests do. With our commitment to a sustainable future, a career with Kerry is something you can feel good about. The Role:   The Internal Audit Department report directly to the Audit Committee / Board with an independent, unbiased assessment of the Company’s Risk Management, Governance and Internal Control processes. As a member of this team, you will be involved in assessing Risk and the adequacy of mitigation measures across all parts of the business thereby providing you with exposure to both financial and operational areas of the organisation.   To consider: Internal Auditors enjoy huge variety in their work, unlike many financial accountant roles. You will gain a unique insight of a commercial organisations operations, conducting reviews across all areas of the business. You will enjoy high levels of exposure to Senior Management throughout the Group thereby strengthening your network for future internal career opportunities. Due to the nature of the work, you would be required to travel overseas to perform audit activities. Travel will mainly be Europe based but can include audits throughout the Group. Travel typically consists of 1 - 2week trips per month, returning on weekends when feasible. Your Responsibilities:   Identifying control opportunities within operations, determining associated factors and recommending solutions Responsible for the delivery and timely issue of audit reports and findings with an emphasis on value added recommendations to ensure risk is managed appropriately Work on ad-hoc and specialist projects Facilitate risk assessments  Ensure all previous year’s and current non-compliances are closed on time Efficiently and effectively plan, execute and report on audits carried out at the Group’s locations worldwide. Make a positive contribution to the Group’s Risk Assessment & Reporting processes and overall management of internal control, corporate governance and risk management. Display a strong professional image to finance and other management in the divisions and at corporate head office to ensure that the output of the Internal Audit Department is received enthusiastically. Your Profile:   Qualified Accountant ACA/ACCA/CIMA, with practice or multinational experience Audit (internal or external) with a minimum of 3 years’ experience Strong ICT (Microsoft Office) skills Excellent verbal and written communication skills A proactive, high achiever capable of consistently delivering quality work, strong attention to detail and an ability to take ownership of projects Highly analytical and objective with the ability to challenge the status quo Strong Project Management experience and ability to meet deadlines A curious, positive mind with the capacity to present complex data in an easily understood format Globally mobile/ willing to relocate internationally for your next opportunity within 24 - 30 months.   Desirable SAP experience Data analytical skills.   Must hold an EU passport
Kerry Ingredients Tralee, KY, IE
Jul 21, 2019
Requisition ID 4633 Position Type Kerry Graduate Recruiter #LI-KB1 Posting Type LI   At Kerry, our mission is to help nourish and delight consumers across the globe. Since our start as a dairy co-operative in Ireland in the 1970s, we've grown to employ over 24,000 people in more than 30 countries. Although we continue to provide dairy to the world, our expertise and offerings now include the customisation and production of ingredients, flavours and technologies across the food, beverage and pharmaceutical industry. All day, every day, we draw on our values of Commitment, Teamwork, Excellence, Entrepreneurship and Value Creation as we partner with other industry leaders to bring better food, beverage and pharma products to consumers around the world. With over 4,500 employees across the Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa (APMEA), Kerry has many exciting opportunities at our many Development & Application Centres, Sales Offices and Manufacturing sites. Spread over 18 countries – and growing – Kerry plays a large role in supplying food & beverage solutions to this diverse region.   About the Role   This role has responsibility to co-ordinate and drive the delivery of operational targets, initiatives and improvements at one of our manufacturing facilities. You will be required to support department managers in delivering factory performance improvements through the facilitation of Site teams using lean tools and techniques. Initially with a very hands on approach to developing capability and leadership skills, you will develop into a People Manager with potential Shift Management responsibility. You will have specific project tasks related to driving the introduction of aspects of strategic change as the business continues to grow. Your direct Line Manager will be the Production Manager, but you may also receive instruction from the Operations Manager or other Managers as appropriate. You will have real opportunity to engage right across the business and make a difference early in your career. You will be supported and work alongside one of the most experienced food manufacturing teams in the world.   Key Responsibilities   Key responsibilities of the role are summarised below and are subject to change according to business needs: Support the Site Strategic Agenda and the successful implementation and maintenance of the Kerry Manufacturing Standard (Site Audit Standard). Identify, manage, and execute initiatives to deliver significant improvements in the areas of: Safety Quality Delivery / Service Operating efficiency (Labour, Process Lines & Cost Optimisation) People Management Materials control and efficiency Facilitate and support management teams (and other teams) involved in major transformational projects (e.g. re-engineering the major Site business processes). Ensure all direct reports are fully trained and equipped with the necessary skills to operate in an environment that promotes safety and well-being. Support the Site Lean Programme to ensure the effective training and deployment of the principles, projects, tools and techniques (as appropriate) and KPIs etc. Maintain awareness of best practice and modern improvement techniques. Ensure familiarity is achieved with Kerry’s preferred method of problem solving (root cause, 8 step etc.)   Person Specification   Minimum second upper honours or its equivalent in Food Science, Manufacturing and Engineering or related specialization Fresh Graduate or with less than 1 year working experience who is able to demonstrate a keen interest in a fast-paced Manufacturing environment Active involvement in co-curricular activities Graduate who is familiar with lean / CI principles and with some awareness of best practice is preferred Can demonstrate clear experience of successful leadership in their academic and nonacademic development. Exceptional problem solving skills Proven record of delivering on projects and achievement of results Motivated self-starter with the determination and drive to succeed Strong leadership and communication skills Strong ability to work well in a team and on your own Excellent IT skills, particularly in MS Excel, PowerPoint and Word Willingness to travel or relocate across the global Kerry organisation is a key requirement  
Kerry Ingredients Tralee, KY, IE
Jul 21, 2019
Requisition ID 4652 Position Type Kerry Graduate Recruiter #LI-KB1 Posting Type LI   About Kerry   At Kerry, our mission is to help nourish and delight consumers across the globe. Since our start as a dairy co-operative in Ireland in the 1970s, we've grown to employ over 24,000 people in more than 30 countries. Although we continue to provide dairy to the world, our expertise and offerings now include the customisation and production of ingredients, flavours and technologies across the food, beverage and pharmaceutical industry. All day, every day, we draw on our values of Commitment, Teamwork, Excellence, Entrepreneurship and Value Creation as we partner with other industry leaders to bring better food, beverage and pharma products to consumers around the world. With over 4,500 employees across the Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa (APMEA), Kerry has many exciting opportunities at our many Development & Application Centres, Sales Offices and Manufacturing sites. Spread over 18 countries – and growing – Kerry plays a large role in supplying food & beverage solutions to this diverse region.   About the Role   This role has responsibility to co-ordinate and drive the delivery of operational targets, initiatives and improvements at one of our manufacturing facilities. You will be required to support department managers in delivering factory performance improvements through the facilitation of Site teams using lean tools and techniques. Initially with a very hands on approach to developing capability and leadership skills, you will develop into a People Manager with potential Shift Management responsibility. You will have specific project tasks related to driving the introduction of aspects of strategic change as the business continues to grow. Your direct Line Manager will be the Production Manager, but you may also receive instruction from the Operations Manager or other Managers as appropriate. You will have real opportunity to engage right across the business and make a difference early in your career. You will be supported and work alongside one of the most experienced food manufacturing teams in the world.   Key Responsibilities   Key responsibilities of the role are summarised below and are subject to change according to business needs: Support the Site Strategic Agenda and the successful implementation and maintenance of the Kerry Manufacturing Standard (Site Audit Standard). Identify, manage, and execute initiatives to deliver significant improvements in the areas of: Safety Quality Delivery / Service Operating efficiency (Labour, Process Lines & Cost Optimisation) People Management Materials control and efficiency Facilitate and support management teams (and other teams) involved in major transformational projects (e.g. re-engineering the major Site business processes). Ensure all direct reports are fully trained and equipped with the necessary skills to operate in an environment that promotes safety and well-being. Support the Site Lean Programme to ensure the effective training and deployment of the principles, projects, tools and techniques (as appropriate) and KPIs etc. Maintain awareness of best practice and modern improvement techniques. Ensure familiarity is achieved with Kerry’s preferred method of problem solving (root cause, 8 step etc.)     Person Specification   We are looking for promising younf graduates that demostrate the following attributes to succeed in Kerry. Ideally a graduate or equivalent. (Ideally Food Science, Manufacturing, Engineering). Ideally familiar with lean / CI principles and with some awareness of best practice. Can demonstrate clear experience of successful leadership in their academic and nonacademic development. Fluency in a second European language is desirable such as French, Polish, Italian Demonstrates a passion for Food. Exceptional problem solving skills Proven record of delivering on projects and achievement of results Motivated self-starter with the determination and drive to succeed Strong leadership and communication skills Strong ability to work well in a team and on your own Excellent IT skills, particularly in MS Excel, PowerPoint and Word Willingness to travel or relocate across the global Kerry organisation is a key requirement   .
Kerry Ingredients Tralee, KY, IE
Jul 20, 2019
Job Title: Territory Manager - Southeast Reporting to: VP of Sales, Industrial Band: B Location: Home based/HE/Decatur   This position requires an experienced technical sales professional who possesses a deep knowledge of the paper and pulp industry.  This role provides technical sales coverage in the Southeast region of the US with a primary focus on paper accounts selling our full range of starches.  The successful candidate will have a proven track record of developing and maintaining deep customer relationships and strong internal partnerships to deliver results.  This role must reside in the region or be willing to relocate.    KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES: Operate as a fully engaged safety champion Develop and execute account plans focused on  growth strategy and manage the opportunity pipeline Develops relationships with key players from the clients operation team, product development, supply chain, procurement and other key contacts Develop growth strategy and manage the opportunity pipeline Work collaboratively with Product Line Managers to bring opportunities and growth to the Industrial Starch product line Account Management, Service and Engineering for existing business Proactively provide custom solutions involving Tate & Lyle products and services Report concise information about trends, technical properties and Tate & Lyle solutions Managing a sales plan and extracting accurate forecasts from customers Approximately 50 to 70% travel required   Key Performance Indicators Volume based contract compliance and total contribution margin generated on a fiscal year basis Account Engagement, including call frequency and quality call reporting Contracting targets including volume growth and target pricing Account Management including quality account plans and forecast accuracy Management and growth of opportunity pipeline, including movement of projects through the sales funnel and ultimately to completion System utilization (BW, Prime, SFDC, SAP)   Required Skills Excellent probing and investigative skills Ability to work with minimal supervision yet stay focused Proven ability to build rapport and develop collaborative working relationships with clients and allied suppliers Unquestioned integrity – ability to influence without authority Outstanding written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to communicate with a wide range of people Highly organized, capable of managing multiple and challenging assignments concurrently; and to move swiftly and decisively, but collaboratively Demonstrated ability to communicate customer needs and market insights to internal departments Experience interacting with cross-functional teams on the customer side Strong Excel, Power Point, Word, SFDC and SAP skills required   Qualifications BS in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering, Paper Science or related field required Minimum of 5 years of technical selling experience in the paper industry Technical understanding of starch chemistry is preferred Ability to prepare and successfully deliver value proposals Willingness to travel
Tate & Lyle Hoffman Estates, IL, USA
Jul 20, 2019
Position Title:   Technical Service Engineer The Technical Service Engineer is responsible for assessing customer needs and providing technical expertise to both current and potential customers in support of the Industrial Starch product portfolio to maximize value creation. This will be accomplished by building strong relationships with customers and understanding their processes to provide enhanced solutions to the customers. This position includes a focus on starch handling and preparation equipment and processes.  This position will include customer support, equipment troubleshooting, applications development, and new product development project support.  This position requires a significant amount of travel (40% +).   Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following: Provides technical service to customers in a wide range of industrial applications with a particular focus on the equipment and processes associated with starch handling and preparation; and requires an individual who can interface well with Sales, Customers, and Manufacturing.   Work safely, proactively addressing safety concerns – internally and at customer or plant locations Serve as a starch and equipment resource for the Industrial Team Interface with production and technical personnel, including maintenance, contractors, toll producers, and suppliers – often working as a partner or consultant Clearly and confidently demonstrate the value of working with T&L Plan, coordinate and support customer trials and projects with specific emphasis on equipment requirements, handling of starch products, and troubleshooting; this includes completing calculations appropriate to the project needs Confidently operate trial equipment successfully to meet trial and customer objectives with the ability to think and act swiftly to changes or issues Plan and conduct lab work to support the technical and/or sales team as needed Consciously manage costs of travel and equipment (maintenance, modifications, freight) Manage the fleet of existing starch handling and cooking equipment, providing maintenance, modifications, and improvements as needed.  The existing fleet will need to be maintained, use coordinated, improvements and/or modifications completed for a wide variety of projects Support  and advise sales and customers about starch handling and cooking equipment and be the main point of contact for equipment design, installation, operation, troubleshooting, and training Provide thorough written documentation of projects and training documents Significant travel required (40% +), mostly North America       Education and / or Experience Required BS in Engineering or related field 4+ years of work experience in technical service, applications engineering, manufacturing, or process engineering roles; preferably in the paper industry or supplier to the paper industry Strong background, work experience and skills with the design, operation, and maintenance of equipment and mechanical processes, preferably starch related Solid analytical thought, engineering math and lab skills Ability to work with minimal supervision yet stay focused and organized Excellent ability to build rapport and develop collaborative working relationships across all levels of internal and external organizations Highly effective interpersonal skills and peer relationships with ability to work in cross-functional team. Strong written (technical and general) and verbal communication skills, with the ability to comfortably communicate with all levels of the T&L and customer organizations Capable of managing multiple and challenging assignments concurrently; and to move swiftly and decisively, but collaboratively Solid Excel, Word and Power Point skills required Ability to travel frequently and on short notice Experience with paper mill processes and equipment, lab or quality methods is a plus
Tate & Lyle Decatur, IL, USA