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This position requires the responsibility to feed and load cheese, fold bags, rework and redice, and perform general housekeeping duties. In addition, this position requires responsibility for the proper brine flow through the system by maintaining and cleaning brine filters and monitoring the brine conveyor, cooper cutters, and take-out conveyors. The position provides secondary coverage for the high speed scale and box maker operator on scheduled absences (i.e.; days off, vacations, leave of absences). This position interacts regularly with department operators, quality technicians, maintenance technicians, and department management. The General Labor is a Bracket 1 position and must be able to perform basic mechanical functions and understand the required Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s). Position coverage is for the following roles: General Labor, High Speed Scale Operator, and Boxmaker Operator.
The Technical Whey and Milk Receiving Lead is responsible to ensure Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s), Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP’s) and safe work practices are followed by all department employees in the efficient operation and production of quality product throughout the Production Department, specifically in the designated areas of whey and milk receiving. The Technical Whey and Milk Receiving Lead position is a working foreperson and must be capable of disassembly, assembling and making minor adjustments to all whey and milk receiving production equipment including but not limited to: Milk Receiving, Clarifier, Separator, Mixer Liquid Separator, Cream HTST, Whey HTST, Evaporator and Crystallizer. Additionally, the Technical Whey and Milk Receiving Lead is responsible for the coordination, execution, and administration of the cream and milk schedule, inventories, and the preventative maintenance schedule for all equipment in the whey and milk receiving areas.
The Human Resources Manager leads and directs the administration of Human Resources policies, procedures and programs and champions the resolution for all plant specific policy-related and procedural issues and inquiries. Position responsibilities are in the following functional areas: employee relations; HR policy administration; HR core processes; recruiting, staffing & retention; labor relations; learning & development; health & safety; and community relations.
This position is responsible for troubleshooting, repairing, and maintaining all plant equipment. This position is responsible for installing, modifying, and maintaining all plant buildings, equipment, and machinery to desired performance levels, thereby reducing downtime and ensuring timely delivery of products to customers. They also are required to perform all duties as assigned.
This position is responsible for the safe operation of the associated equipment and/or processes, the quality of incoming raw materials, the quality of the outgoing products in accordance with Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s), Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), and safe work practices. The Quality Group Leader/Relief Technician is a working foreperson and must be capable of accurately testing all samples pertaining to in-process monitoring and final product analysis for adjustments by production and the determination or disposition of all products. The position provides regulatory and compliance support, as well a laboratory testing, sample collection, and reporting to the facility.
The Quality Group Leader reports directly to the Quality Supervisor, with strong direct working relationships with Quality Execution Manager, and other functional department managers and supervisors. The position at times will interact directly with corporate QA, regulators, and auditors. No employees report to the position.