Production Supervisor-Food

Company Name:
Management Business Solutions
Production Supervisor-Food
Fort Wayne, Indiana
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This position is responsible for maximizing productivity while showing continuous improvement in scrap, safety and quality objectives in a team-based environment. This position must also ensure that the production lines are run efficiently at all times with the correct amount of employees. Due to the nature of the business, duties and responsibilities may be added, deleted or changed at any time at the discretion of management, formally or informally, either verbally or in writing.
Ensure production lines are running efficiently
Must be actively working with a continuous improvement mindset
Maintaining product quality parameters
Planning / Organizing
This position is a backup for Filler Operator, Cook, Sanitor, and Ingredient Handler.
Safety & Sanitation
Daily housekeeping for the shift
Assurance of compliance with plant Good Manufacturing Processes
Safety Audits
Responsible for monitoring, record keeping, and taking appropriate action for specified Food Safety Plan, Food Quality Plan and prerequisite program requirements.
Responsible to report food safety and quality issues to management.
Line Start Ups & Shut Downs
Employee Training
Shift employees
4 year degree in any of the following disciplines: Food Science, Management Supervision, FMO (Food Manufacturing Organization)
2-5 years in Food Manufacturing or related industry preferred
1-2 years Supervisory experience including leading team projects
Computer proficient MS Office
Technical knowledge of food related equipment
Must possess excellent leadership qualities with a proven track record of leading others
Available to work a flexible work schedule 2nd shift and (OT/weekends during certain parts of the year)
Must be able to lift/carry boxes of product components
Must be able to tolerate a warm climate working environment
Able to walk and/or stand on concrete floors for long periods of time

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