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Responsible for the day-to-day operations and projects for each Department shift in a Lean Manufacturing environment.
Individual Supervisor Responsibilities in addition to normal activities.
Determine classifications in QDS system for work instructions update as needed (including all critical control points).
Lean Coordinator – implement, drive and support Lean manufacturing program for STA including efficiency and train-the-trainer.
These responsibilities include special knowledge expertise, backgrounds in production and quality systems as well as experience in identifying and resolving problems in a group/team setting and require willingness to study appropriate business literature and models or travel.
v Audit shift performance (30%)
v Evaluate line performance based on daily speed verification to the standard. Drive correction and increase line performance. (10%)
v Identify training needs and ensure all employees are trained/cross trained including agency staffing. (10%)
v Review finished product including packaging, appearance and code legality. (10%)
v Drive decrease waste/rework and yield management programs. (20%)
v Investigate safety concerns raised by employees and regular daily site inspection. (5%)
v Investigate customer complains with root cause analysis and implement corrective action. (5%)
v Evaluate employee performance and document. (10%)
v Maintain department appearance respecting GMP, Quality and Sanitation requirements.
v Drive improved quality and production standards for department products.
v Ensure proper operation of all department equipment.
v Implement cost cutting measures when appropriate.
v Perform all communications necessary for smooth transitional shift performance
Special Team Leadership – take the role of leader of the department.
Developing Others – genuine intent to foster the learning or development of employees.
Flexibility – ability to adapt to and work effectively with a variety of situations, individuals or groups.
Achievement Orientation – concern for working while competing against a standard of excellence.
Analytical Thinking – understand a problem by breaking it into smaller pieces/identify cause
v Associates Degree preferred and/or quivalency of a minimum of five years of experience working in a food-manufacturing environment.
v Ten years supervisory experience required to include performance review training expertise.
Exposure to excessive noise, heat, cold and dust.
Ability to walk, stand, kneel, bend, climb stairs and stretch to view and function in all areas of the factory.