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Packaging Supervisor

Location: 

Chicago, IL, US

Req ID:  27097
Date:  Nov 4, 2021

ASR Group is the world’s largest refiner and marketer of cane sugar, with an annual production capacity of more than 6 million tons of sugar. The company produces a full line of grocery, industrial, food service and specialty sweetener products. Across North America, ASR Group owns and operates six sugar refineries, located in Louisiana, New York, California, Maryland, Canada and Mexico. In the European Union, the company owns and operates sugar refineries in England, Portugal.  ASR Group also owns and operates mills in Mexico and Belize.  The company’s brand portfolio includes the leading brands Domino®, C&H®, Redpath®, Tate & Lyle®, Lyle’s® and Sidul®.

 

OVERVIEW

Reporting directly to the Operations Manager, the Packaging Supervisor works is responsible for driving the packaging department results through effective resource management, safe operating procedures, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP’s), and regulatory compliance.

 

DETAILED ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Prioritize, schedule, and delegate work assignments to ensure the production of products to meet customer specifications, company quality standards, and customer delivery requirements.
  • Recommend and implement measures to improve production methods, equipment performance, safety standards and quality of products.
  • Train, coach and involve employees; appraise performance; offer praise and hold accountable; address complaints and resolve problems.
  • Oversee and review all required paperwork, reports and documentation.
  • Drive CI culture and Lean-Six Sigma principles through the continuous training and development of production staff
  • Coordinate the production planning process with the other departments for downtime for PM and Work Order completion.
  • Actively participate on cross-functional teams for the continuous on-going improvement of methods and processes.
  • Continually review, recommend and implement programs to comply with all State, Federal and local safety and sanitation regulations and employment issues.
  • Ensure proper up-keep of equipment; address and resolve problems; initiate work orders for repairs.
  • Maintain a high level of completion of quality initiatives for the plant such as CAPA Completion/SQF Preparedness/HAACP Awareness/GMP’s
  • Provides excellent level of customer service to both internal and external customers. Performs all other duties as assigned. Reports to work on time and works overtime as required and if required.

 

WORK EXPERIENCES

  • 3+ years leadership experience, preferably in food manufacturing
  • Demonstrated ability to direct, coach, and develop a team of 15-20 associates on a daily basis.
  • Leads by example to create and maintain a workplace culture that engages and motivates associates at all levels.
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate and develop relationships across all levels and functions of the organization to support overall business success.
  • Lean Six Sigma certification strongly preferred
  • Proven ability to make sound decisions regarding resource utilization and needs.
  • Experience implementing Continuous Improvement tools to improve Packaging & OEE Performance preferred
  • Prior knowledge of SAP, Kronos, and Mii preferred

 

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor’s Degree (Engineering, Business Management, Food Science, or Organization Leadership/Management preferred) strongly preferred
  • Associates degree required or equivalent experience as determined by HR

 

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY

  • This position directly supervises a team of 15+ hourly associates

 

ESSENTIAL CAPABILITIES (KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES AND PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES)

  • Strong Microsoft office and PC skills
  • Work extended days and/or weekends with flexibility to switch shifts as required
  • Aptitude for teambuilding and employee engagement.
  • Results-oriented, process improvement focused.
  • Highly organized, self-starter that can work with little direct supervision.

 

LOCATION OF ROLE

  • Chicago, IL 

 

 

Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities.


Nearest Major Market: Chicago