Refining Department Supervisor
Posted on: March 28, 2020
This position is responsible for the supervision of daily
operation and performance of the Packaging & Moulding department in
Milwaukee, WI. The focus of this position is safety, process
efficiency, operational excellence, customer solutions, and
30> OPERATIONAL/RELIABILITY EXCELLENCE / CONTINUOUS
--- Champions a culture that promotes reliability excellence.
Active participant on RE process team as assigned. Owns department
backlog and responsible for scheduling weekly & monthly maintenance
activities. Works with supply chain to coordinate downtime as
--- Recommends changes, modifications or upgrades to equipment to
improve machine reliability and performance
--- Champions a culture that promotes production excellence. Active
participant on Stable Ops core team as assigned.
--- Indentifies and executes green belt improvement projects for
--- Analyzes production and downtime for department. Seeks
opportunities for improvement
--- Active leader and participant in root cause analysis and drives
culture within department.
--- Orders operating supplies as needed for department
--- Perform inquiries and transactions within SAP
15> SAFETY/ RISK MANAGEMENT
--- Executes day-to-day operations of assigned area, ensuring
direct reports are following policies and procedures related to
employee safety and food/feed Safety.
--- Partners/collaborates with Environment, Health and Safety (EHS)
and Food Safety, Quality and Regulatory (FSQR) experts to implement
the most effective approach for complying with corporate safety
policies and procedures:
o Health & Safety: Enforces a culture of zero injury and
o Environmental: Understands and proactively avoid environmental
impact and potential risk to the businesses.
o Food Safety: Directly monitors risks associated with products.
Ensures HACCP/FDA requirements are met in all food and feed
--- Educates workforce in the food safety fundamentals and
completes safety inspections and housekeeping audits.
--- Documents and investigates EHS/Food Safety incident data to
identify risks and recommend mitigation actions (i.e. safety index,
RIFR, food safety index, CFSRA and FDA audits).
--- Support corporate compliance requirements around yield,
variances, inventory counts, weights & measures, etc.
40> PEOPLE MANAGEMENT
--- Supervises and provides coaching to shift leads and production
workers, including coaching Cargill's guiding principles.
--- Assists in planning for future production workforce needs and
participates in selection of employees.
--- Involved in talent development planning and engagement within
--- Responsible for department job posting process
--- Responsible for training and on boarding new/transferred
employees as well as workforce engagement, recognition, development
and coaching. Responsible for signing off on training checklists
and ensuring employees are meeting training check points.
--- Promotes a culture of accountability and actively coaches
employees. Responsible for disciplinary action when needed.
--- Approves payroll for department employees.
--- Responsible for posting planned overtime and setting employee
schedules for department
--- Back up to shift supervisor on an as needed basis.
15> CUSTOMER FOCUS/ PRODUCT INNOVATION/ QUALITY MANAGEMENT
--- Responsible for department master sanitation & housekeeping
activites are completed and routinely audited. Looks for trends and
initiates corrective actions.
--- Directly monitors production outcomes, quantity, and quality to
ensure customer and food safety requirements are within
specifications. Ensure regular process check documentation is being
completed honestly and accurately.
--- Responsible for investigating quality issues that occur and
compiles information and provides recommendations for improvement
for review by Department Manager.
--- Supports BU/Plant customer relationship by meeting businesses
objectives and by understanding how operational performance impacts
--- Partners with other functional groups (R&D, Engineering,
Procurement, etc) to support innovation within the department.
--- Technical Bachelor's Degree; or High School diploma/GED with a
minimum of 5 years production or maintenance experience in lieu of
--- Safety Champion - help promote VBS and actively participates in
--- Demonstrated computer proficiency
--- Strong organizational, leadership and planning skills
--- Strong team player
--- Demonstrated self-starter
--- Working knowledge of Food Safety, Occupational Safety and
Health Administration (OSHA) and Environmental regulations
--- Ability to communicate effectively both verbal and written
within multiple levels of the organization
--- Demonstrated effective systematic approach to problem
--- Ability to organize, coordinate and accomplish multiple
--- Ability to adapt and learn in a changing work environment
--- Ability to travel as needed (less than 5> )
--- Routine physical activity including standing and walking for
several hours at a time, typing, climbing, and lifting
approximately 55 lbs.
--- Minimum 3 years supervisory experience
--- Working knowledge and experience using SAP
--- Working knowledge and experience with GFSI initiatives and
--- Experience working in an environment with a collective
--- Knowledge of Continuous Improvement practices
--- Knowledge of Stable Ops
--- Knowledge of Reliability Excellence
--- Lean Six Sigma Green Belt
Keywords: CARGILL, Milwaukee , Refining Department Supervisor, Other , Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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