Production Supervisor

Medford, Oregon

$65,000.00 - $68,000.00 per year - 

Full-time - Entry Level

Bear Staffing is now hiring Production Supervisor in Medford, Oregon.


Pay: $65,000-$68,000 Annually

Must have flexibility in shift

After training will be working second or third shift.


Responsibilities:

• Supervise and monitor the daily operations to meet production and customers’ needs, including scheduling, materials, and staging of fruit.

• Approve and ensure adherence to production schedules.

• Supervise hourly employees’ performance related to hourly throughputs and quality and process checks, and coordinates their schedules, time approval, and vacation planning to ensure proper coverage.

• Measure plant production efficiencies and provide communication to supervisors and employees regarding plant performance.

• Prepare paperwork and review daily, weekly and monthly production and financial reports that focus on customer complaints, yield, labor, and throughputs.

• Provide leadership and supervision of plant hourly employees.

• Manage goals and objectives for staff.


Experience/Certifications/Training requirements:

• A Bachelor’s degree in Food Science, Operations, Engineering, Manufacturing, or related field is preferred.

• Minimum of 1-3 years of food processing experience.

• Supervisory experience in a food manufacturing facility is preferred.

• First Aid/CPR and Forklift training are preferred.

• SQF, Ammonia Fit, Food Safety, Sensory Evaluation, and/or HACCP training and certification are preferred.

• Principles and practices of food manufacturing, including food safety, quality, manufacturing concepts

• Working knowledge of FDA and OSHA regulations, GMPs, Sanitation, and HACCP.

• Understanding of associated processing and maintenance equipment and engineering.

• Principles and practices of financial and manufacturing accounting.

• Principles and practices of financial forecasting and budgeting.

• Principles and practices of inventory planning, production scheduling, production metrics, and production system variables, balancing, and optimizing.

• Principles and practices of continuous improvement concepts and related application technique.

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