Production Supervisor (Job ID:ALB01575)

Employer Name Cargill   Address 00000
Job Type   Address 2
Experience   City Albion
Education   State Nebraska
  Zip Code 68620

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**Production Supervisor**



Cargill provides food, agriculture, financial and industrial products and services to the world\. Together with farmers, customers, governments and communities, we help people thrive by applying our insights and over 150 years of experience\. We have 155,000 employees in 70 countries who are committed to feeding the world in a responsible way, reducing environmental impact and improving the communities where we live and work\.



**Description**



The Production Supervisor assists the Plant Manager to lead critical process and systems for the operation of a grain facility, by ensuring and building a world class culture around Operational Excellence in the core impact areas, including Risk Management, Operational Effectiveness, Capital Effectiveness, Reliability Excellence and Talent Management\. The incumbent manages the customer service and physical operations of the location on a daily basis to ensure that Cargill standards, productivity metrics, and customer needs are met\. The Production Supervisor is responsible for direct supervision of the Operations staff at their location\.



**Principal Accountabilities**



40% \- Plant Operation and Risk Management



Supervise, lead and engage production team daily

Plan and implement our Operational Excellence processes with the Operational staff to create a safe environment and effective use of the asset to achieve production goals

Conduct regular plant inspections and assist in a variety of location specific audits

Hold monthly safety meetings with staff to review procedures and safety awareness issues to ensure the Plant and yard are clean and safe for customers and employees



20% \- Operational Effectiveness



Lead and perform physical operational duties, which may include crop inputs and/or grain related tasks\.

Meet all truck and/or rail loading requirements to ensure that customers receive the products and services they require in an efficient and timely manner

Assist Plant Manager in managing the location Crop Inputs and Grain inventory to minimize losses

Communicate and coordinate with the staff and central logistics to ensure efficient meshing of buying and shipping programs, and effective storage space management



20% \- Talent Management



Ensure optimum performance of staff through coaching, development, and training

Assist with planning and scheduling of the operations staff to ensure staffing levels are appropriate to meet plant and customer needs, along with proper training and direction of seasonal staff



20% \- Capital Effectiveness and Reliability Excellence



Organize and plan the facility reliability and maintenance activities within operating budget and assist the Plant Manager with preparing capital budgets

Supervise onsite contractors that perform work at the location to meet safety and quality guidelines

Ensure operations staff are trained to operate plant equipment efficiently and effectively



Physical Effort: The staff at the location performs as a team in getting work done during the busy season\. The Plant Manager may be required to load containers/bags of chemicals and fertilizer weighing 40\-60 lbs\. Climbing ladders and stairs to various levels of the elevator or fertilizer tower requires physical effort particularly during busy periods\.

Physical Environment: The physical environment that may cause some discomfort is the grain dust in the office and driveway due to receiving or shipping grain\. There is some risk of accident if there is a chemical spill when handling chemical products\. The Plant Manager may be required to climb to an exterior loading platform or on top of hopper cars in all types of weather, in order to load grain into cars\.

Sensory Attention: In peak periods, the facility is very busy; the phone is ringing, customers are anxious to purchase products or sell their grain\. There is a sense of urgency for the grower and the location staff\.

Mental Stress: The nature of the business requires the Plant Manager and location staff to put in very long hours in an intense period during the spring and the fall\. The long hours along with the urgency of completing the tasks at hand is stressful\. Plant Manager is responsible for the safety of the employees and asset in the location



**Qualifications**



**Required:**



Four\-year post\-secondary education, or minimum 1 year adequately lead experience

Ability to effectively lead a team of diverse employees with demonstrated leadership

Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

Proven problem solving, decision\-making and organizational skills

Ability to manage compliance with Environment, Health and Safety and Operations standards and regulations

Ability to facilitate training

Ability to work effectively within a team



**Preferred:**



Professional education or training

Knowledge of inventory control, quality management, operating efficiency and budget management

Specialized knowledge of grain input products and grain handling

Ability to manage Capital Projects

Mechanical aptitude

Previous experience leading or managing people

Continuous Improvement experience



Equal Opportunity Employer, including Disability/Vet\.



**Job** Operations



**Primary Location** US\-NE\-Albion



**Schedule** Full\-time



**Job Type** Standard



**Shift** Day Job

**Req ID:** ALB01575

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