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The Quality Execution Technician requires responsibility for monitoring all aspects of product quality, from incoming raw materials to the finished product, and reports results to appropriate management personnel. The Quality Execution Technician must be able to understand the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), follow safe handling of hazardous chemicals, and keep accurate record-keeping as required. The position reports to the Quality Execution Supervisor with strong direct working relationships with Quality Execution Manager, and other functional department managers and supervisors. No employees report to the position.
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.
Makes strategic and sound decisions pertaining to the planning and scheduling of scheduled and preventative maintenance and repair of equipment, department safety, and department efficiency for team. Monitors maintenance and repair to assure plant efficiencies, product quality, safety, and cost control. Provides guidance and direction to a team of hourly employees in the parts room. Builds an effective employee team by engaging, mentoring, and developing direct reports.
With coaching and guidance from plant leadership, the Operations Supervisor will gain in-depth knowledge of all production processes from start-up to shut-down, and is expected to be able to make solid decisions pertaining to product quality, safety, and efficiencies for their applicable department rotation. As part of their development process, Operations Supervisors are also responsible for monitoring aspects of team performance throughout their rotation, including product testing, equipment operations, product inventories, and employee scheduling to meet production needs. The Operations Supervisor will assist in building an effective employee team by engaging, mentoring, and developing hourly team members when applicable.
The Plant Safety Leader leads the plant safety and health process to drive risk reduction, injury prevention, and compliance with federal, state, and local regulations. In addition to serving as the location subject matter expert for safety and health, this role also administers safety and health policies and programs, serves as the plant liaison for Corporate Safety initiatives, and partners with the plant operations team as a safety resource. Position responsibilities are in the following functional areas: safety training and education, safety inspections, safety engagement, regulatory compliance, incident analysis and response, and PSM/RMP/HAZMAT.
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.
Pay Rate is $24.34/hour
The Senior Project Engineer is responsible for executing the site’s annual capital plan, oversite of the plant operational controls system, and developing and maintaining a continuous improvement culture focused on a collaborative effort to drive high-level impact on financial performance.