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Bacon Microwave Production Supervisor - 1st
OSI Group • Oakland, IA
Posted 23 days ago
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Responsible for managing all aspects of the production and manufacture of either smoked and molded slabs of bacon logs into either fully cooked circular or strip bacon or raw sliced bacon.
MAJOR POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES
(Essential duties for which this position is responsible.)
- Managing employees for maximum productivity, efficiency and job safety.
- Manufacture a finished product, which meets and exceeds all quality and food safety standards.
- Control operation cost through the use and application of statistical process control techniques. This includes the monitoring and improving of yields, downtime and reduction of shrinks.
- Comply with all USDA guidelines and regulations including daily monitoring of SSOP.
- Train, develop, and supervise employees.
OSI Industries is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer that believes everyone has the right to be treated with dignity and respect. OSI does not discriminate on the basis of national origin, gender, race, color, religion, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. All applicants will receive consideration for employment based on merit, qualifications and business needs. OSI participates in the E-Verify program.
Previous supervising experience. Experience in meat industry essential.
College degree in meat or animal science preferred
Previous training and experience in application of SPC techniques.