Manufacturing Supervisor – 12 hour nights – Hannibal, MO

Job Number: 12482
Location(s): Hannibal, MO

Overview & Responsibilities
POSITION OVERVIEW
 

Hannibal is a high performing, multi-platform non-union facility with over 900 employees leading the safe, high quality production of a wide range of products. The plant supports the Snacks and Meals Operating Units across 17 production lines. This Manufacturing Supervisor (Team Leader) position will play a critical role in leading a Zero Loss Culture. This position will lead, motivate, and develop employees to achieve outstanding manufacturing results, while leveraging Continuous Improvement (Lean/TPM) tools, improving individual skills, and enhancing teamwork. 

 

The Team Leader will lead, motivate, and develop employees to achieve outstanding manufacturing results, while leveraging Continuous Improvement (Lean/TPM) tools, improving individual skills, and enhancing teamwork.

 

The Manufacturing Supervisor will work 5pm – 5am on a  3-2-2 that flips every week.  One week you’ll work Mon/Tues/Fri/Sat.  The next week you’d work Sun/Wed/Thurs. 

 
 
RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Establish and sustain sound relationships with all employees to foster an inclusive environment
  • Educate, develop and motivate a manufacturing team to work toward zero loss achieving production results, improving individual technical skills and enabling collaboration across boundaries
  • Partner closely with the line teams to drive out losses and develop and engage team members in foundational systems
  • Ensure the proper training, development and motivation of the team to maximize current and future performance
  • Ensure that production facilities and finished products meet the company and government standards for safety, quality, and sanitation
  • Function as a technical resource in areas of system operations and product requirements
  • Facilitate the effective interchange of information between work groups, cross-functional resources, and other members of the plant and corporate teams
  • Lead projects for the department including Human Safety, Food Safety, and Improvement-plan focused initiatives
  • Manage the shift:
  • On-shift safety, quality of product, execution of shift specific improvement plan actions
  • Daily staffing
  • Directing work of operators/technicians
  • Shift Hand-offs
  • Payroll
  • Temp employee management
  • Onboarding of employees
  • Team Development
  • Performance management and incentives
  • Own accuracy and timeliness of performance metrics for shift
  • Start-up and changeover execution
Qualifications
REQUIRED SKILLS/EXPERIENCE
  • High School diploma 
  • Demonstrated leadership skills
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and listening skills
  • Ability to adjust to multiple demands, shifting work priorities, ambiguity, adversity and change
  • Demonstrated understanding of technology and providing solutions to technical challenges
  • Strong conceptual skills and ability to implement change
  • Sound analytical & business judgment including demonstrated problem-solving and trouble-shooting skills
  • Ability to plan, lead, and execute strategic initiatives in a complex environment
  • Mature approach to challenging situations and environments
 
PREFERRED SKILLS/EXPERIENCE
  • Bachelors degree 
  • 3-5 years of manufacturing related experience is preferred

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Overview & Responsibilities

POSITION OVERVIEW
 

Hannibal is a high performing, multi-platform non-union facility with over 900 employees leading the safe, high quality production of a wide range of products. The plant supports the Snacks and Meals Operating Units across 17 production lines. This Manufacturing Supervisor (Team Leader) position will play a critical role in leading a Zero Loss Culture. This position will lead, motivate, and develop employees to achieve outstanding manufacturing results, while leveraging Continuous Improvement (Lean/TPM) tools, improving individual skills, and enhancing teamwork. 

 

The Team Leader will lead, motivate, and develop employees to achieve outstanding manufacturing results, while leveraging Continuous Improvement (Lean/TPM) tools, improving individual skills, and enhancing teamwork.

 

The Manufacturing Supervisor will work 5pm – 5am on a  3-2-2 that flips every week.  One week you’ll work Mon/Tues/Fri/Sat.  The next week you’d work Sun/Wed/Thurs. 

 
 
RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Establish and sustain sound relationships with all employees to foster an inclusive environment
  • Educate, develop and motivate a manufacturing team to work toward zero loss achieving production results, improving individual technical skills and enabling collaboration across boundaries
  • Partner closely with the line teams to drive out losses and develop and engage team members in foundational systems
  • Ensure the proper training, development and motivation of the team to maximize current and future performance
  • Ensure that production facilities and finished products meet the company and government standards for safety, quality, and sanitation
  • Function as a technical resource in areas of system operations and product requirements
  • Facilitate the effective interchange of information between work groups, cross-functional resources, and other members of the plant and corporate teams
  • Lead projects for the department including Human Safety, Food Safety, and Improvement-plan focused initiatives
  • Manage the shift:
  • On-shift safety, quality of product, execution of shift specific improvement plan actions
  • Daily staffing
  • Directing work of operators/technicians
  • Shift Hand-offs
  • Payroll
  • Temp employee management
  • Onboarding of employees
  • Team Development
  • Performance management and incentives
  • Own accuracy and timeliness of performance metrics for shift
  • Start-up and changeover execution

Qualifications

REQUIRED SKILLS/EXPERIENCE
  • High School diploma 
  • Demonstrated leadership skills
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and listening skills
  • Ability to adjust to multiple demands, shifting work priorities, ambiguity, adversity and change
  • Demonstrated understanding of technology and providing solutions to technical challenges
  • Strong conceptual skills and ability to implement change
  • Sound analytical & business judgment including demonstrated problem-solving and trouble-shooting skills
  • Ability to plan, lead, and execute strategic initiatives in a complex environment
  • Mature approach to challenging situations and environments
 
PREFERRED SKILLS/EXPERIENCE
  • Bachelors degree 
  • 3-5 years of manufacturing related experience is preferred

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