Coordinates personnel and activities in a manufacturing process that produces and ships, on-time, the highest quality food products meeting or exceeding customer expectations. Ensures the maintenance and sanitation of operational equipment; troubleshoots unforeseen problems; provides technical assistance; and supervises an hourly union workforce.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES (To perform this job successfully, an
individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Other duties may be
Supervise the scheduling, training, and accountability of up to 60 employees per shift. Ensures compliance to plant rules, utilizing discipline when necessary with the goal of being firm, fair and consistent.
Safely and efficiently produce on time the highest quality foods, exceeding customer expectations.
Achieve targeted KPIs using MOS.
Ensure all shifts are crewed properly, considering seniority, qualification and cost associated with carrying excessive manpower.
Support new products, processes and equipment startups.
Respond to and address problems that prevent production lines from attaining 90% T-Max.
NON-ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Respond to e-mail and perform routine administrative tasks in a timely manner.
Provide support to the maintenance, distribution, and other departments where needed.
Attend various meetings and perform miscellaneous paperwork and reporting.
Fill in for Operations Coordinators when necessary.
Production, Sanitation, Maintenance
Up to 60 hourly union operators
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
4-year college degree or 2-year degree with requisite experience.
Degree in engineering, science, or business fields.
1 years of manufacturing experience in a union environment.
4-year Bachelor’s degree
Experience in the Food Industry
LANGUAGE AND TECHNICAL SKILL REQUIREMENTS
Proficieny in Microsoft Office products.
Ability to learn and utilize Kronos-the timekeeping system.
Technically oriented, comfortable around machinery and loud plant environment.
Must be able to effectively communicate both verbally and in writing with individuals at all levels of the organization.
Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
Ability to interpret a variety of technical information in mathematical and/or narrative form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.
Ability to work with people of vastly different work experiences and educational backgrounds.
Ability to work beyond the normal 8-hour shift.
Ability to utilize common sense and rational logic when making decisions.
Ability to prioritize and execute upon aggressive goals, objectives, and action items.
Ability to troubleshoot a problem down to its root cause.
Ability to work in a team environment as well as independently with good time management skills and flexibility.