Profession metallurgical manager
Metallurgical managers coordinate and implement short and medium term metallurgical or steel-making production schedules, and coordinate the development, support and improvement of steel-making processes, and the reliability efforts of the maintenance and engineering departments. They also partner with ongoing remediation initiatives.
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- Enterprising / Conventional
- Cost management
The process of planning, monitoring and adjusting the expenses and revenues of a business in order to achieve cost efficiency and capability.
- Legal requirements of ICT products
The international regulations related to the development and use of ICT products.
- Engineering processes
The systematic approach to the development and maintenance of engineering systems.
- Conduct metallurgical structural analysis
Perform detailed analysis related to researching and testing new metal products.
- Optimise financial performance
Direct and coordinate the organisation's financial operations and budget activities, in order to optimise financial performance.
- Identify market niches
Analyse the composition of the markets, segment these into groups, and highlight the opportunities that each one of these niches represent in terms of new products.
- Ensure compliance with environmental legislation
Monitor activities and perform tasks ensuring compliance with standards involving environmental protection and sustainability, and amend activities in the case of changes in environmental legislation. Ensure that the processes are compliant with environment regulations and best practices.
- Manage commercial risks
Analyse and evaluate commercial risks and develop suitable strategies to resolve these risks.
- Follow company standards
Lead and manage according to the organisation's code of conduct.
- Improve business processes
Optimise the series of operations of an organisation to achieve efficiency. Analyse and adapt existing business operations in order to set new objectives and meet new goals.
- Deal with pressure from unexpected circumstances
Strive to achieve objectives despite the pressures arising from unexpected factors outside of your control.
- Forecast organisational risks
Analyse the operations and actions of a company in order to assess their repercussions, possible risks for the company, and to develop suitable strategies to address these.