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Production Supervisor - Food Manufacturing

This role requires relocation to the Grand Rapids, MI area if you do not live there. A full relocation package is offered by the company.
Summary:
Management Business Solutions (MBS) is seeking an experienced Food Production Supervisor for a fast-paced manufacturing client in Grand Rapids, MI, to oversee production and/or packaging operations. This is a 2nd shift position.
Responsibilities:
Manage the planning, scheduling, and successful completion of conversion of the raw goods to finished product
Supervision and training of 12 -15 hourly employees
Identifying problem areas and direct implementation of corrective action
Provide a safe, efficient and high morale work environment
Change over equipment to meet changed production scheduling upon immediate notice
Maintenance of line efficiencies on a daily basis
Manage fluctuating raw material quality, product conversion yields, and inventory tracking on a consistent basis
Communication with central quality assurance and materials management
Maintain high productivity and cost effectiveness through proper scheduling of production and processing operations, maintenance, and manpower
Qualifications:
Bachelor of Science Degree in Food Science, Packaging, or related discipline OR seven years hands on experience in food industry
Minimum of 3 years of production supervisory experience in food plant environment or equivalent industry with FDA/MDA regulations
Ability to support a 24 hour operation required
Good understanding of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs), governmental regulations required
Must be able and willing to work a flexible work schedule to accommodate all/any shift depending on production and/or project needs
Proficiency in MS Office applications such as Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and Word required
SAP, Lean manufacturing, Six Sigma and/or continuous improvement experience preferred
High speed packaging experience highly desired



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