Utilities Production Director - Salary and Career
Production and operations directors in an extractive, manufacturing and public utility company

Utilities Production Director - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They plan and manage production, act in the definition of strategic planning, participate in the definition of HR policies, manage logistics, ensure environmental management actions, manage quality actions, provide hygiene and safety conditions at work, communicate orally and by written.

How much does an Utilities Production Director earn

A Utilities Production Director earns between $1.872 and $65.865 per month, with an average monthly salary of $20.470 and a median salary of $13.003 according to an Averwage.com salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 368 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).

Salary ranges for the Utilities Production Director

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 20.470 245.645 5.118 98
1º Quartile 1.872 22.464 468 9
Median Salary 13.003 156.041 3.251 62
3º Quartile 50.232 602.782 12.558 239
Higher Salary 65.865 790.385 16.466 314

Professional job categories

  • Senior members of the public power, managers of public interest organizations and companies, managers
    • leaders of companies and organizations (except public interest)
      • production and operations directors
        • production and operations directors in an extractive, manufacturing and public utility company

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Main workplaces

Production and operations directors in an extractive, manufacturing and public utility company the positions of this CBO family can exercise their functions in manufacturing and extractive companies, production and transformation, mineral extraction and utilities, transportation and distribution of electric energy, gas and water and sewage services. In general, they are hired as employees with a formal contract. They work without supervision, in closed environments, during the day, carrying out the work in a face-to-face system. They may develop some activities under pressure, leading them to a stressful situation.

What does it take to work in the field of Production and operations directors in an extractive, manufacturing and public utility company

To perform the functions of this occupational family, professionals with complete higher education and five years of experience are required for the full performance of activities.

Functions and activities of Utilities Production Director

Production and operations directors in an extractive, manufacturing and public utility company must:

  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • acting in the definition of strategic planning;
  • ensure environmental management;
  • work in the definition of strategic planning;
  • ensuring environmental management;
  • manage logistics;
  • manage quality;
  • manage production;
  • planning production;
  • participate in hr policy setting;
  • provide hygiene and safety conditions at work;
  • show personal skills;
  • act in the definition of strategic planning;
  • communicate;
  • participate in hr policy definition;
  • plan production;
  • provide health and hygiene conditions at work;
  • provide health and safety conditions at work;

  • Activities

    • show respect to bosses and subordinates;
    • develop monitoring systems;
    • seek product quality certification;
    • work with social responsibility;
    • show creativity;
    • manage logistics costs and deadlines;
    • instituting work methodology;
    • analyze sales plan;
    • public speaking;
    • show optimism;
    • prepare environmental contingency plan;
    • ensure the autonomy of the quality department;
    • define environmental, social and occupational safety and hygiene policies;
    • manage conflicts;
    • manage production costs;
    • delegate responsibilities;
    • work ethically;
    • work in the definition of product lines;
    • define quality standards;
    • maintain documental traceability of the product;
    • promote staff training and development;
    • diagnose need for staff training and development;
    • spread a culture of environmental preservation;
    • identify new suppliers and service providers;
    • validate methods and processes;
    • disseminate a culture of hygiene and health;
    • make investment;
    • control order, cleanliness and organization of work areas (housekeeping );
    • demonstrate leadership ability;
    • participate in assessments of market trends;
    • interpret reports;
    • minimize people's exposure to risk;
    • disseminate a culture of accident prevention;
    • analyze economic feasibility;
    • establish inventory management policy;
    • prospecting technological trends;
    • stimulate communication process;
    • decide production plan (type, quantity, deadlines);
    • qualify equipment and suppliers;
    • evaluate staff performance;
    • referend maintenance plan;
    • manage salaries, promotions, admissions and dismissals;
    • show versatility;
    • write reports;
    • record training activities;
    • demonstrate forward vision;
    • expose ideas;
    • deploy technologies and innovations;
    • perform budget control;
    • establish logistics policy;
    • contribute in the preparation of job descriptions;
    • review production plans;
    • vertical information;
    • dialogue with environmental control bodies;
    • fostering research and development;
    • schedule production;
    • perform preventive and corrective actions;
    • manage crisis;
    • scaling resources;
    • develop contingency plan in production;
    • determine staff qualifications;
    • ensure compliance with legislation and environmental standards;
    • require the use of epi and epc;
    • implement new work methodologies;
    • mitigating environmental liabilities;
    • work as a team;
    • redirect procedures;
    • planning downtime and interventions in machinery, equipment and installations;
    • setting production goals;
    • specify human and material resources;
    • approve rules and instructions;
    • evaluating feasibility of projects;
    • propose process improvements;
    • implement recommendations from cipa and other bodies;
    • show consistency;
    • manage production indicators;
    • control compliance with occupational hygiene and safety standards;
    • define investment plan;
    • make decisions;
    • focus on search results;
    • minimize the permanence of people in unhealthy areas;
    • enforce quality standards;
    • make media exposures;

    Sectors that hire Utilities Production Director the most in the job market

    • combined office and administrative support services
    • manufacture of ceramic artifacts and baked clay for use in construction
    • terminal operations
    • manufacture of cars, vans and utility vehicles
    • engineering services
    • support activities for oil and natural gas extraction
    • manufacture of other parts and accessories for motor vehicles
    • plastic material packaging manufacture
    • iron ore mining
    • retailer of other products

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