CPG Talent Management & Moran Consultants
Pittsburgh, PA, USA
POSITION DESCRIPTION: Located 2 hour northeast of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, this position is responsible for the overall Engineering and Maintenance responsibility for a non-union food and beverage manufacturing facility. Directs, manages, and coordinates the overall Plant Engineering projects and Maintenance functions and initiatives in the plant, including associated utilities. Coordinates the activities of maintenance supervisors and maintenance employee engaged in repair, maintenance, installation of machines, tools, and equipment, in maintenance of buildings, grounds, and utility systems in a food processing facility. Responsible for productivity, quality of work, departmental safety, assisting in controlling costs and reducing waste in maintenance, and other assigned departments. Development and execution of programs to ensure that the Company provides a safe workplace for employees and minimizes impacts to the environment. This position ensures compliance with all federal, state, and local environmental, health, and safety regulations. The incumbent is successful through strong leadership, vision, and effective management and ensure these goals in a professional atmosphere that enhances Company economic viability. Education and Experience: Bachelors in a relevant field strongly preferred; industry experience may be considered in lieu of degree. 5 to 7 year's previous maintenance management and/or plant engineering experience required, preferably in a food/beverage manufacturing environment. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: • Strong verbal and written communication skills. • Ability to prepare plans, detailed reports, and maintain records • Excellent planning/organizational skills • Multi-craft/multi-skilled with expertise in electrical, electrical controls, mechanical, pneumatics, hydraulics and fabrication. • Working with practical knowledge of plant utility systems, (including boiler systems, ammonia refrigeration systems, compressed air systems, waste water treatment) • Working knowledge of PLC's, VFD's, Servo's and plant automation systems • Working knowledge of National, State, Local building codes, OSHA and standard industry safety rules/regulations. • Previous experience with industrial controls using Allen Bradley control platforms, Motor Controls (Servo and VFD) a definite plus. • Experience in implementing and maintaining a World Class Maintenance Organization RESPONSIBILITIES: • Manages, coordinates and integrates the work actions of all supervisors, technicians and maintenance activities on utility systems to provide continuous supply of heat, steam, cooling, electric power, gas, or air required for operations, production, and processing equipment (optimizing uptime and minimizing downtime). • Recruit, develop, and retain technical expertise to maintain production and utility systems. • Coaches and assists supervisors in executing short range planning as they supervise daily and weekly activities • (both planned and unplanned) of maintenance technicians and contractors, ensuring timely completion and • quality of work in a proactive manner. Provides direction and makes tactical decisions while executing mid-range planning beyond weekly activities, as it relates to driving improvement and implementing programs related to maintenance optimization. • Evaluates supervisors and technicians to determine opportunities for performance improvement and creates • development plans. • Assists with developing and maintain engineering and maintenance standards. • Provides engineering counsel and leadership in establishing and refining preventive maintenance programs, • employee training programs, manpower scheduling techniques, parts room inventory, efficiency improvement • programs, regulatory compliance programs, etc. • Administer the PM/PPM program and Parts Room inventory for all equipment, building and facilities through the CMMS system. • Develops and refines the PM/PPM program in a systematic and professional manner-coordinating all efforts with equipment custodians and maintenance management to ensure the program is properly approved and endorsed by all departments. • Oversees maintenance schedules, work orders, and makes tactical decisions to optimize utilization of resources in alignment with equipment availability and plant priorities. • Provides technical guidance and expertise, assisting and coaching Maintenance, Operations, and QA on an • ongoing basis. Identifies performance gaps and identifies and implements training plans. • Tracks and evaluates maintenance performance using Key Performance Indicators (KPI's), generating reports • through Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) in alignment with Maintenance Excellence initiatives. Posted On: Saturday, June 3, 2017 Compensation: $115,000.00
Louisiana, United States
Production Shift Manger
This position will manage and direct supervision of our debone processing production operations. This position will ensure production meets objectives at a designed quality level consistent with the lowest cost while maintaining a safe work environment.
Managing the debone processing production operations of the plant.
Coordinating the production, maintenance, sanitation, quality, shipping and receiving areas.
Monitoring performance of each department to meet production efficiency, yield and quality goals.
Setting objectives and reviewing shift's performance versus objectives.
Encouraging subordinates to find ways to reduce cost.
Ensuring sanitation meets USDA standards.
Coordinating production and sanitation maintenance to meet daily needs.
Analyzing equipment on a daily basis and reviewing with maintenance superintendent.
Providing a clear sense of direction for supervisors to work toward and encourage teamwork to achieve goals.
Establishing challenging goals and standards for each supervisor and encourage them to give their best effort.
Ensuring effective utilization of human resources by training subordinates, motivating consistent performances, appraising performance, recommending salary action and developing for potential promotion.
Monitoring operations to meet company policies, quality specifications, USDA and OSHA standards.
Conducting plant inspections to eliminate hazardous conditions.
Managing all aspects of operations to assure a safe working environment.
Taking immediate action to eliminate improper practices or hazardous conditions.
5+ years experience in the poultry/food industry required with at least 3 years in a supervisory role.
Must have good leadership skills.
Must have the ability to interact with operational and processing management.
Must demonstrate critical thinking skills.
Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Must have the ability to organize and prioritize work.
EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: High School Diploma/GED; Bachelor's Degree preferred.
North Carolina, United States
HR Supervisor 3rd Shift
This position will supervise and coordinate activities of professional level and administrative support employees engaged in employee relations, compensation, benefits, training, employment, labor relations, affirmative action and employment equity programs, and/or personnel research.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervises the day-to-day administration of personnel policies and practices at assigned location.
Oversees and assigns employee training and orientation programs.
Oversees the administration of compensation and benefits programs at the location to ensure these programs are in line with corporate programs.
Recommends program changes or enhancements to meet human resource requirements.
Submits budget recommendations for personnel operations.
Coordinates the delivery of effective affirmative action, and other employee relations programs.
Assists with the preparation of separation notices for employees separating with cause and may conduct exit interviews to determine reasons behind separations.
Prepares reports and recommends procedures to reduce absenteeism and turnover.
May represent company at personnel-related hearings and investigations.
May support and assist in collective bargaining negotiations and administer contract provisions at the location.
EDUCATION: Typically requires a Bachelors degree in a related field; however, additional related work experience will be considered in lieu of the education requirement.
EXPERIENCE: Typically requires a minimum of 3 years of related experience.
Must be able to work additional hours/weekends as needed.
Foremost Farms USA
Chilton, WI 53014, USA
Job Title: Maintenance Technician Location: Chilton, WI Reports to: Plant Manager Starting Pay Rate: $20.00/Hour We are seeking a Maintenance Technician at our facility in Chilton, Wisconsin . This plant produces quality cheeses and whey products for customers around the world. Schedule: Must be available to work 2nd shift; 2:30PM to 10:30PM Must be available to work weekends and holidays as needed Qualifications: Prior experience in the dairy and food processing equipment preferred Knowledge of GMP's and OSHA is highly desirable Electro-Mechanical Technology degree or Engineering related degree is desired Prior PLC experience is helpful; programming and troubleshooting Prior experience with: ammonia systems; welding; boilers; cooling towers; pumps and motors; electrical Able to read and comprehend standard operating procedures Able to troubleshoot electrical circuits Experience with single phase and three phase power Must be able to pass a general maintenance exam Participate in a team environment safely Detail oriented, be quality minded Able to perform at a high level in a fast paced environment Responsibilities: Installation of motors and pumps Welding of stainless steel Maintenance of ammonia refrigeration equipment Boiler Operation Preventative Maintenance Record Keeping Electrical Troubleshooting Pneumatics Instrumentation HVAC Maintain packaging and other manufacturing equipment Other responsibilities as needed If you choose to distinguish yourself with a Foremost Farms career, you will not only discover our values, you'll enjoy a competitive wage, outstanding insurance benefits, a 401(k), tuition assistance, a great work environment, and much more. About Us: Foremost Farms USA, headquartered in Baraboo, Wis., is a farmer-owned milk processing and marketing cooperative with annual sales of $1.5 billion. The nation’s eighth-largest cooperative and number 28 in annual sales among the Top 100 U.S. dairy processors, Foremost Farms is a leading manufacturer and marketer of cheese, specialty whey ingredients, butter and bulk fluid milk to customers around the world. We’re looking for employees who challenge the status quo, innovate and aim for excellence. Because we’re working to be the world’s best – to Be Foremost – we’ll bring out the best in you. We’re already one of the nation’s top 10 dairy cooperatives, making Wisconsin cheese and dairy ingredients for the global marketplace. But we’re not satisfied. Are you? Are you ready to Be Foremost? Please apply online at: www.foremostfarms.com Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disabled are encouraged to apply Successful completion of pre-employment testing which could include a drug test, physical, background check, education check, and credit check required.