Flagship plant with a lot of new equipment and a strong leadership team. Company and facility have experienced significant growth in recent years.
Responsible for the training, development, and overall leadership of a production team. Ensures the safety of all team members, as well as quality and safety of food products produced. Minimizes scrap and maximizes efficiency of the production lines. Actively engages in root cause analysis and continuous improvement exercises, providing solutions to issues and optimizing results. This is a 24/7, nonunion, food manufacturing plant.
Continuous Improvement is a very important focus in the company! Leadership team at the plant is good! There is strong support from Corporate.
The Continuous Improvement Manager is a member of the plant’s Management Team and works collaboratively with all departments to ensure the facility meets improvement objectives. Manages the CI plan for the site. Leads the plant in developing and implementing improvement and data tracking systems. Leads the team to identify opportunities for improvement and to eliminate losses. Trains and develops individuals to improve CI expertise.
Challenging projects are coming up, including upgrading multiple lines. Business is booming in this flagship plant. This is a great team to work with.
The Sr. Project Engineer job is accountable for capital planning, requirement development, early engineering, project management and implementation/post-implementation support for new equipment installations and existing equipment improvements in a CPG environment where product and people safety are top priorities. Depending on the project, this position will act as a project manager or SME and is accountable for performing all engineering activities in a fast-paced, high-growth entrepreneurial environment. Role is accountable for developing annual and master capital plans in alignment with long-term business objectives and capacity needs. The Project Engineer must drive effective communication to all team members including, but not limited to contractors, consultants, vendors and the project stakeholders in an effort to coordinate all aspects of the project and input at all phases of development.
Business is booming in this flagship plant. This emerging company has had tremendous growth over the last several years. The plant has a strong leadership team and has been putting in new equipment.
Leads the entire 3rd shift, consisting of 80 nonunion team members, in this food manufacturing plant. Ensures objectives are met in the areas of safety, quality, cost, and delivery. Builds strong relationships with maintenance, quality, product development, and other departments. Leads shift to ensure a positive work environment.
The Environmental, Health and Safety Manager plans and coordinates health and safety programs for this nonunion, food manufacturing plant. This position manages the day to day safety, environmental, and security requirements for the site. The EHS Manager will manage and drive development and implementation of policy change and ensure location compliance with state/federal OSHA, insurance, corporate guidelines, and EPA requirements. Effective communication and building collaborative relationships will be key in having a successful EHS culture.
Great opportunity where management lets you do your job. Company is growing. Benefits are very good.
Leads Quality and Food Safety for the plant. Manages 2 direct reports and a total of 10 employees. Ensures quality programs are effectively implemented. Being the SQF Practitioner, this position manages all aspects of the SQF code and works to improve the SQF system. Ensures each team member is properly trained and meeting performance expectations. Strives to build strong relationships with employees, suppliers, and customers.
Great work environment where people are valued and many say it’s the best place they have ever worked. This stable company has a history of success.
The Plant Manager reports to the VP of Operations. Manages and continuously leads the manufacturing, maintenance, receiving, and sanitation activities with an emphasis on strategic planning and continuous improvement. Ensures all people and food safety policies, procedures and programs are communicated and adhered to. Establishes and manages the budget and capital expenditures. Demonstrates maturity and sound judgment in daily decision-making and employee relations. Builds strong teams by providing leadership and developmental opportunities for all members of the manufacturing team. Plant has 100 nonunion employees.
Great work environment where everyone works well together. We have helped others come to work at this plant over the last few years, and they are very happy. A new line just started up.
On day shift, supervises company sanitation employees and directs, schedules, and assigns daily work to provide efficient support for manufacturing and warehousing operations. Maintains the master sanitation schedule to assure compliance with plant rotational cleaning protocol. Organizes and maintains all sanitation records including Master Sanitation schedule, SSOP’s, and outside sanitation vendor. Provides initial and ongoing training for sanitation employees. Performs root cause analysis as takes corrective action as needed.
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