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Job Locations US-MI-Allendale
The Continuous Improvement Process Lead is responsible for partnering with plant functions to identify and execute performance improvement opportunities with a high level impact on financial performance.
Requisition ID
2021-6529
Job Locations US-MI-Allendale
This position requires the safe operation of the whey dryer and bulk load out system in accordance with standard operating procedures while monitoring the quality of processed product.
Requisition ID
2021-6522
Job Locations US-MI-Allendale
This position is responsible for sanitation of equipment/building, aiding in the shutdown of equipment, the cleaning of department conveyors, and general cleaning of areas and utensils/containers in the Cheese Production Department.
Requisition ID
2021-6503
Job Locations US-MI-Allendale
Maintenance and cleaning of all areas assigned in a satisfactory condition at all times adhering to sanitary, safety and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP’s) at all times. This is a part-time temporary position primarilly cleaning public areas like the break room and meeting conference rooms. Schedule: Work hours are 2pm - 7pm. Scheduled to work Friday - Monday every other week.
Requisition ID
2021-6496
Job Locations US-MI-Allendale
Leprino Foods’ history dates back over 65 years, when Jim Leprino first started making small batches of mozzarella for local markets and eateries in the Little Italy neighborhood of Denver. We’ve grown a bit since then. Today, Leprino is the largest manufacturer of mozzarella and lactose in the world, and a leading producer of whey protein. Still owned by Jim and the Leprino family, our sights are set to be the “World’s Best Dairy Food and Ingredient Company.” To help us achieve that daring vision, we’re looking for our secret ingredient: You. A motivated individual who is the best at what you do. Three people in a small corner grocery store in the early 1950s have now grown to over 4,300 employees throughout 16 global locations. Will you join us on our journey?   Within our almost 300-person Allendale, MI manufacturing facility, we are seeking a highly qualified Plant Safety Manager. Will you turn your passion for safety into impact by directly contributing to fostering a safe environment for every single person that steps foot in our facility? EHS Today voted Leprino Foods one of America’s Safest Companies in 2016 – will you help us continue this trend?
Requisition ID
2021-6492
Job Locations US-MI-Allendale
This position requires the safe operation of the whey bagging line in accordance with standard operating procedures while monitoring the quality of the outgoing product.
Requisition ID
2021-6448
Job Locations US-MI-Allendale
The Power Maintenance Technician requires responsibility for the safe and efficient operation of all utility equipment, to include boil­ers and refrigeration equipment.  The position reports to the Maintenance Supervisor. No employees report to the position. The Power Maintenance Technician will perform and document all tests, maintain logs and understand/adhere to Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's). The position is responsible for all plant utilities including, but not limited to, refrigeration, boilers, air compressors, HVAC, water systems, chemical treatment systems, plumbing, electrical, and wastewater support.   Power Maintenance Technicians often work alone, and must exercise considerable judgment and problem-solving skills to ensure safe and efficient operation of equipment. Work is normally done in high noise areas and in extreme temperature changes. Attention must be paid to operating safely with hazardous chemicals and wearing personal protective equipment as required. Tasks often require sections of various systems be taken off line for maintenance or repair, and it is the responsibility of the Power Maintenance Technician to effectively communicate with supervisors, other technicians, and the departments affected when work is being performed.
Requisition ID
2020-6362
Job Locations US-MI-Allendale
The sanitation operator is responsible for the disassembly, cleaning, sanitizing and re-assembly of cheese processing equip­ment. This position reports to the Processing Supervisor. No employees report to this position. The sanitation operator must be able to utilize sanitation standard operating proce­dures (SOP's) and application guidelines. No prior experience is required; knowledge can be learned on-the-job, such as the assembly and disassembly of processing equipment with the ability to make minor adjustments as necessary. The job holder needs to determine the correct chemical application depending upon varying soil loads and time availability; with the ability to recognize rework, redice, and scrap cheese.
Requisition ID
2020-6323
Job Locations US-MI-Allendale
Leprino Foods, the dairy industry’s best-kept secret has been a family-owned and Denver-based company since 1950. We hold a couple of awesome titles including being the nation’s largest cheese company and also the world’s largest producer of mozzarella; the most popular cheese used on pizzas throughout the United States. From three individuals in a small cheese shop in the early 1950s, we have grown to over 4,300 employees throughout our 13 global locations earning more than $3 billion in annual revenue.
Requisition ID
2020-6319
Job Locations US-MI-Allendale
Within our Allendale, Michigan manufacturing facility, we are seeking a Maintenance Manager on the plant’s technical leadership team to continue moving our organization to even larger levels of food quality, reliability, and production efficiencies. We take pride in our vision to be "world's best", it's why we work harder, invest more, and continually innovate. - Report directly to the Plant Engineering Manager as you champion the Maintenance & Reliability programs, processes, and systems to ensure that plant performance exceeds company-wide expectations. - Lead the maintenance function (multiple maintenance supervisors) for the plant to assure adequate cost-effective utilities and power are provided along with the quality and quantity of maintenance support required to meet production needs. - This position prepares and monitors the department budget, directs the purchasing of spare parts and determines minimum inventory levels, initiates work orders, and reviews general plant equipment repairs. - Participate in capital projects by aiding in the development of project scope, specifying controls and equipment to be used, directing installation efforts, and monitoring start-up, troubleshooting and maintenance training of new systems. - Accept an exciting environment where solving problems, continuous learning, and a high technical curiosity is the norm, not the exception. Take ownership of your career – it’s yours to grow if you’re willing to put the work in. - Drive core people development processes within the Maintenance department, such as hiring and promoting for success, technical/functional training, leadership development, and performance management. - Find opportunities before they become a problem, focusing on root cause analysis and preventative action.  We’d love to hear from you if you have: - Robust maintenance leadership experience most recently serving at a Manager or Superintendent-level in a large industrial facility. - Extensive knowledge of equipment theory and history, electrical operations, advanced process controls, power generation, ammonia refrigeration, pneumatics, thermodynamics, welding, machining, food processing and sanitation, and maintenance scheduling. - Are humble, inquisitive, patient, collaborative, innovative, results-oriented, and resilient - the DNA of a Leprino employee.  We hope you also have: - A Bachelor’s degree in an Engineering, Industrial Maintenance, or related field. - 24/7 operation manufacturing experience in a dairy or cheese plant. Leprino Foods embraces diversity and equal opportunity. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability. The more inclusive we are, the better our work will be.   Offering you in return: A chance to be part of a global team of individuals passionate about producing and delivering high-quality products that help feed and nourish families around the world. Leprino Foods could not be where it is today without our incredible employees. That is why we share in our success together by rewarding you for your hard work. Hiring great people who are in it for the long run is our goal. Through competitive salaries, tuition assistance, vacation, holiday, dedicated sick time, matching 401(k), annual merit increases and bonuses, as well as our annual Profit-Sharing plan. Your impact will be noticed and rewarded, as you seek to further our company, our customers, and one another.   Our Story: Leprino Foods’ history dates back over 65 years, when Jim Leprino first started making small batches of mozzarella for local markets and eateries in the Little Italy neighborhood of Denver. We’ve grown a bit since then. Today, Leprino is the world’s largest manufacturer of mozzarella and lactose, and a leading producer of whey protein. Still owned by Jim and the Leprino family, our sights are set to be the “World’s Best Dairy Food and Ingredient Company.” To help us achieve that bold vision, we’re looking for our secret ingredient: You. A motivated team member who is the best at what you do. Three people in a small corner grocery store in the early 1950s have now grown to over 4,300 employees throughout 16 global locations. Will you join us on our journey?
Requisition ID
2020-6235
Job Locations US-MI-Allendale
The Power Maintenance Technician requires responsibility for the safe and efficient operation of all utility equipment, to include boil­ers and refrigeration equipment.  The position reports to the Maintenance Supervisor. No employees report to the position. The Power Maintenance Technician will perform and document all tests, maintain logs and understand/adhere to Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's). The position is responsible for all plant utilities including, but not limited to, refrigeration, boilers, air compressors, HVAC, water systems, chemical treatment systems, plumbing, electrical, and wastewater support.   Power Maintenance Technicians often work alone, and must exercise considerable judgment and problem-solving skills to ensure safe and efficient operation of equipment. Work is normally done in high noise areas and in extreme temperature changes. Attention must be paid to operating safely with hazardous chemicals and wearing personal protective equipment as required. Tasks often require sections of various systems be taken off line for maintenance or repair, and it is the responsibility of the Power Maintenance Technician to effectively communicate with supervisors, other technicians, and the departments affected when work is being performed.
Requisition ID
2020-4984