POSITION AVAILABLE:

JO 15472 Production Packaging Supervisor

(1st shift – 6AM to 2PM)

Location:

Southeast WI

Salary Range:

$ Competitive base + Bonus potential (based on your experience)

Company:

Manufacturer of Liquid All-Natural Flavored Beverage, Coffee, Tea, Creamer Concentrates, & Dietary Nutritional Beverage & Supplements.   

 SQF Level 3 certified & GMP compliant.

Company has  extensive R&D expertise

Private label & Contract Manufacturing

Position is open due to overall company expansion & growth

Company will interview & Hire Immediately

 

Responsibilities:

  1. Create employee work schedule for shift (5 lines, vertical fill & package)
  2. Arrange for plant produced products  to be loaded out of the facility within the specified time
  3. Approve time card for full time hourly employees (non-union)
  4. Determine staffing needs for production
  5. Work with planner/scheduler to develop a production schedule
  6. Communicate with shift employees on core topics: Safety, Quality, Shrink/Waste, Efficiencies, Communication, Ownership
  7. Direct employees to job assignments based on the production needs
  8. Perform Safety investigations and initiate corrective actions, employee coaching
  9. Answer auditing questions as inspectors observe production – MDA, FDA, USDA, SQF, HAACP, and other internal/external audits
  10. Provide communication of productions opportunities for improvement and needs in advance of expected production runs.
  11. Make accommodations to resolve any product put on hold
  12. Train personnel by providing materials, direction, equipment, etc.
  13. Respond to the management team of any deviation from the production schedule
  14. Firm Production schedules
  15. Close production lots; verifying yields, all ingredient usage, material, fluids, etc. are at the proper amounts.
  16. Complete daily plant walk thorough
  17. Cover other shift supervisors
  18. Perform quarterly, semi-annual and annual performance appraisal reviews for all production employees
  19. Diagnose any production flow problems and address these with the correct action team
  20. Order production supplies
  21. Conflict resolution
  22. Initiate employee development
  23. Sign off on the following production documents: HTST, Metal detection, Coding Verification, Chart recorders, CIP’s, Plant startup, processing, receiving,
  24.  Plant shut down, product changeovers, equipment inspection checks, kosher procedures/ inspections, and other critical documents or operational checks.
  25. Understand and implement the employee handbook’s policies
  26. Safety Training and investigations
  27. New employee orientation  New employee interviews
  28. Position reports to the Director of Production/Operations

Contact:

Terri Sherman, Vice President-Industrial Foods, Ingredients & Flavors, Tom Sloan & Associates, tsherman@tsloan.com, 920-261-8890, Cell: 414-530-4171

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