Posted: 4/11/2019
 (Lino Lakes, MN)

Director/VP of Manufacturing - Molin Concrete

Position Summary: Provide leadership, strategic direction and financial responsibility for all production operations to meet customer expectations and provide working environment that allows employees to grow and develop while working in a safe environment.

Essential Functions:

  • Lead Operations of manufacturing facilities
  • Team Leadership
  • Strategic Vision
  • Safety
  • Labor

Education and Experience Required:

  • 4 year, BS degree
  • MBA desirable, not required
  • 8- 10 years of progressive management responsibility in manufacturing environment
  • Must have experience working in a manufacturing organization that has experienced growth greater than 10%
  • Must have held position of Plant Manager, Director of Operations or Director of Manufacturing for at least 3 years previously or current
  • Must have experience in a manufacturing environment producing custom products
  • Precast concrete manufacturing preferred or building materials manufacturing also a preference

Direct Reports: Plant Managers, Facilities Manager, Production Schedulers

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Good listener, collaborator, team builder
  • Ability to understand and use budgets, financial statements and balance sheets to guide decision-making
  • Strong decision-making abilities dealing with complex issues with a high level of uncertainty
  • Effective leadership skills to include confronting and change management (no demand exists currently requiring change management)
  • Able to delegate, empower, train, and coach others to effectively execute strategic initiatives.
  • Comfortable in high stress situations
  • Comfortable with public speaking
  • CAD knowledge desirable
  • Strategic thinker; ability to build belief in others
  • Knowledge of construction, precast concrete, manufacturing and safety

Competencies necessary for Success:

Establishing Focus, Leadership, Developing Others, Influencing Others, Motivation, Strategic Perspective, Managing Change, Team Building, Commitment/Diligence, Prioritizing, Communication, Results Oriented, Profitability




Posted: 4/11/2019
 (Mountain States)

Job Description PCI Mountain States Region Executive Director

Job Title:                

Executive Director 


To manage the Association affairs of the PCI Mountain States Region and help expand the precast/prestressed concrete structures market through technical, educational and marketing promotion to Architects, Engineers, Owners, Contractors and Students throughout Colorado, Utah, Idaho and Montana.

Duties and Responsibilities:

The Executive Director shall perform such duties and services as may be requested by the Board of Directors of the Association, in accordance with its bylaws, and consistent with Executive Director’s office in the Association and the terms of his Employment Agreement.

  • Administrative Duties:
    • Report to the Board of Directors and Executive Committee
    • Manage the day to day affairs of the Association, including any staff and office needs
    • Conduct the Association’s Membership Meetings and Board Meetings
    • Provide regular activities reports
    • Develop and manage the Association’s budget
    • Manage the Association’s finances and accounting, including tax, payroll and benefits
    • Recruit producer and associate member firms and seek additional sources of funding
    • Maintain Association files and documents
  • Market Research Duties:
    • Provide marketing statistics regarding precast/prestressed success and market share
    • Provide upkeep of membership directory, mailing lists, and association website
    • Provide website statistics using Google analytics and similar tools to determine marketing program effectiveness
  • PCI Relationship Duties:
    • Manage the Association’s relationship with PCI, including ‘Chapter’ affiliation agreement
    • Attend PCI National Convention, Committee Days and other meetings, as appropriate
    • Serve on PCI Committees to maintain appropriate training, continuing education and professional development of self and Association staff, if any
  • Marketing/Promotional Duties:
    • Develop and maintain a detailed marketing program directed at both the commercial market and transportation market
    • Coordinate periodic joint meetings of State DOT’s and producer members
    • Conduct presentations and provide continuing education to design professionals to promote and influence the use of precast/prestressed concrete solutions
    • Be a precast/prestressed concrete Champion to the AEC industry and provide technical resources
    • Maintain relationships and be active in various industry associations
    • Attend and participate in industry association trade shows
    • Develop a branded program of promotional and marketing material
    • Distribute leads to producer members
    • Develop and distribute technical briefs to be used to support the use of precast/prestressed concrete
    • Develop and maintain a quarterly newsletter
  • Student Outreach Duties:
    • Provide technical resources to educators and students
    • Provide student education for regional architecture and engineering schools while promoting careers in the precast industry

Deadline March 1, 2019

Send applications directly to Dan Parker at parkerd@rmpprestress.com and copy John Dobbs at John.e.Dobbs@gmail.com.