PRODUCTION SUPERINTENDENT 1ST PROCESSING 2ND SHIFT
At Pilgrim’s, Safety Is A Condition, which means the safety of our team members comes first - always.
We have implemented safety measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We are working to ensure social distancing within our facility. We have installed physical barriers throughout our facility such as plexi-glass or plastic barriers between team member work stations. Each day, temperature screens are performed for each employee and visitor before entering the facility. Face coverings are provided and required over the mouth and nose at all times when inside the facility, and enhanced cleaning and sanitation is regularly performed.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Directs processing operations and personnel to meet established processing and quality control standards, to control budget and costs, and to provide data regarding types, quantities, specifications, and delivery dates of products produced.
Establishes short-term activities directed toward processing continuity and balance such as shift schedules, ensuring requisition of materials, machine loading, grievance resolution, and equipment maintenance.
Coordinates and integrates with other plant function areas to ensure support in attaining output, productivity, and quality.
Selects, organizes, trains, and motivates processing labor force to ensure consistent attainment of processing schedules at optimum productivity and cost levels.
Recommends improvements in processing flow or methods.
Ensures effective use of operating methods and procedures designed to eliminate operating problems and to improve product quality.
Recommends modification of machines and equipment in order to improve processing and quality of products.
Promotes a safe working environment for our employees.
Responsible for working relations between USDA and plant personnel.
Coordinate production between plant, grow out and other production facilities if needed.
Typically requires 2 to 5 years of DIRECTLY RELATED experience.
High School Diploma (GED) required. Bachelors degree preferred.