Biomass Power Plant Manager

Biomass Plant Manager, Biomass Power Plant Manager, Biomass Power Plant Superintendent   More Names
Biomass Production Manager, Demand Generator Manager, Fuel Manager, Maintenance Manager, Maintenance Supervisor, O and M Supervisor, Operations and Maintenance Manager, Operations Manager, Operations Supervisor, Plant Manager, Production Supervisor, Production Support Manager, Production Support Supervisor
Description

Managers and technicians at processing plants convert feedstock into fuel through various technologies. They perform a wide variety of tasks, from blending chemicals to operating industrial equipment to testing fuel quality. Workers must follow a number of standard operating procedures and abide by all safety protocols. Staff may keep records or logs during each shift, noting any plant activities and reporting any problems to supervisory staff.

Plant managers, also known as industrial production managers, run daily operations at the plant. Managers coordinate and plan the activities needed to create biofuels. They supervise employees in completing their tasks and provide feedback on employees' job performances. They ensure compliance with all federal, state, and local laws and safety requirements. Managers must be able to solve problems quickly, adjust procedures when issues arise, and maintain detailed records on processing plant production.

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Job Growth and Wages
Percent Job Growth:  
-4% - Decline slowly or moderately
Typical Wages (National):  
Annual: $74,670 - $127,590    Hourly: $36 - $61
Physical/Medical/Health Requirements

No specifc requirement is identified at this time.

Legal Requirements
General/Nationwide
State-Specific
 
      

Career Snapshot

Typical Education:

Bachelor's Degree (High School + 4 or more Years)
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Percent Job Growth:

-4% - Decline slowly or moderately
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Typical Wages:

Annual: $74,670 - $127,590

Hourly: $36 - $61