1st Shift Production Supervisor


As a production supervisor you will help to manage the facility and the people to produce animal nutrition products as efficiently as possible while meeting all of Cargill Animal Nutrition, corporate and government guidelines. This will include your involvement in setting performance standards, establishing budgets, managing costs, hiring and training, employee relations and implementation of all maintenance, production programs and customer service excellence.
You will supervise employees and be involved in the following areas: hiring, labor relations, engineering, maintenance, production programs, environmental affairs, planning and training.
Principal Accountabilities
20% Maintain a system that evaluates process improvement sheets and model reports for accuracy and changes in trends, and act on any adverse trends or lack of accuracy.

20% Understand plant audits and results and respond to deficiencies including HACCP.

15% Employees must be educated and trained to perform their jobs safely and to accept responsibility for their own safety performance.

15% Maintain physical condition and appearance that reflect the standards of quality and service of our business and the character of our people professionally represents the brand image.

10% Understand the plant flow and what restrictions or bottlenecks cost vs. the cost to remove those restrictions or bottlenecks.

10% Maintain a system that sets standards on quality and customer service.

10% Utilize a tool (activity schedule) to help manage and execute the numerous requirements you are accountable for.


Required Qualifications

High school diploma or GED.
2+ years of experience working in a manufacturing environment.
1+ years of experience in a supervisory role - preferably in a manufacturing environment.
Ability to climb ladders
Ability to lift up to 50 pounds

Preferred Qualifications

Bachelor's degree
2+ years of maintenance experience in a manufacturing environment
Strong Multitasking skills
Experience using Microsoft Office Programs (Word, Excel, Outlook).
Feed mill experience.

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