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Warner Robins, GA United States
Manage the daily operations of a large cafe.
Provide leadership in new creative menu ideas, menu planning, organizing and directing of all guest services.
Direct the work of 15 staff members in productivity, preparation, cooking, product quality, sanitation and customer service.
Manage the staff scheduling, ordering, receiving and accounting of all food, supplies and equipment.
Maintain cost control of food, labor and responsible for achieving positive financial results.
3+ years of food operations management experience.
Experience in supervising, motivating and developing a team.
Proficiency in cost control and interpreting results.
Culinary, creative menu experience a plus.
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Wooster, OH United States
Here’s a great management opportunity with a national food/dairy product manufacturer! New Plant!
Manufacturing Processing Manager - Food Mfg. - $110-135,000 - excellent benefits - Holiday Bonus - 401k - Paid Relocation!
Purpose of the Manufacturing Production / Processing Manager:
The purpose of a Processing Manager in the plant is to effectively plan, coordinate, manage, and control all of the processing operations including processing equipment, maintenance and cleaning. This role will interface with other departments including quality, maintenance, warehouse, packaging, etc. Responsibility includes controlling production cost while assuring the highest level of product quality and safety. The Processing Manager also has the responsibility for meeting and maintaining established safety, sanitation and environmental regulations.
Principal duties of the Processing Manager: Provide direction and technical expertise in activities related to ingredients, process methods, and data management by monitoring, trending and analyzing in-process information.
Provides direction to shift coordinators and engineering support to ensure quality products and adherence to productivity goals, including those associated with quality, productivity and other key performance indicators.
Collaborate with quality in analyzing and tracking in-process micro sanitation, implementing necessary changes resulting in improvements in sanitation and overall product quality.
Drives efforts to maximize efficiencies and continuous improvement process in all areas of the plant operations with direct reports. In addition, as a member of the management team actively seeks and supports opportunities for innovation of processes.
Oversee the scheduling, assignment, and monitoring of personnel to meet production requirements.
Provide technical direction for formulation changes and support large-scale trials surrounding cottage cheese and sour cream products and in-process streams.
Collaborate with R&D, Quality, and Technical Services departments in formulation studies and reviews.
Execute action plans to accommodate for feed science phenomena such as pH changes, nutritional shifts, heat and mass balances.
Plays a critical role in supporting significant capital projects surrounding process/product innovation, new product launches and new equipment/technology.
General Description of the Processing Manager position:
The Processing Manager reports to the Plant Manager and directs, manages and coordinates the daily activities of approximately 20 people, including packaging professionals, engineers and scientists, across a 3 shift, 7 day processing operation at the new plant in Wooster Ohio. This is a highly visible leadership position within a fast-paced environment whose primary focus is to unload milk/cream tankers, further processing raw materials into dairy products, utilizing a highly automated in-process system, that meet products specifications and sanitation requirements of the equipment and the area.
The manager will be responsible for ensuring that each employee within the department has been properly trained in all food safety and food quality requirements including pre-requisite programs. The Processing Manager is responsible for assuring the technicians, who are responsible for operating the pasteurizer, will be trained in HACCP and the operation of the pasteurization. Operators are responsible for performing the daily verification checks for the critical control point of temperature (Cut-In, Cut-Out and Indicator Checks). In the absence of the Processing Manager a designated trained back up Shift Coordinator or Operator will assume these responsibilities and must have had HACCP and Pasteurization Training.
The Processing Manager has the authority to take immediate corrective actions when dealing with Food Safety and Food Quality issues and is required to report these issues to the Plant Manager and/or Quality Manager for further action if required.
Qualification for the Processing Manager: BS/MS Science/Engineering/Food Science or related degree.
10 years leadership experience in a food or dairy manufacturing environment.
Additional Education (highly desired, but not required) - HACCP, USDA, FDA, OSHA, GMP, SPC, etc.
Skills expected: Proven leadership ability
Strong analytical & applied problem solving skills
Familiarity with dairy or food plant operations, procedures and equipment
Excellent analytical and statistical aptitude
Excellent Personal Organizational Skills
Ability to train, motivate and develop others
Desirable experiences: Production Experience
Food process engineering or technical support
Lean Manufacturing/Six Sigma/Continuous Improvement. Root Cause, TPM, Kaizen, Autonomous Maintenance
Memberships in Professional Organizations
Best Personality Fit:
Excitement with their role or field of endeavor.
Strong work ethic, Accountable. Mature.
Strong Sense of Right and Wrong. Understands a Corporationâ??s Accountability.
Team Player. Service Orientation toward other Departments and Customers.
Approachable, Respectful - Open and Talkative.
Places others personal needs above self-ambition or corporate ambitions.
Detail Oriented, Precise, Communicates with Clarity. Qualifies response to that which is known.
Likes to Speak in front of small groups.
Good Personal Organizational Skills and Habits
Patient but Proactive. Not afraid to speak up in a group if prepared.
Curiosity to Learn
Compensation for the Manufacturing Processing Manager:
$110-135,000 - excellent benefits - Holiday Bonus - 401k - Paid Relocation!
Apply for immediate interview consideration!
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Ontario, CA United States
In the role as a Business Development Representative, the BDR works to grow the corporate market position and achieve financial growth in medium manufacturing and non-manufacturing customers ($200,000 - $500,000). The BDR aligns with corporate long-term strategic goals, builds key customer relationships, identifies business opportunities, negotiates and closes business deals and maintains extensive knowledge of current market conditions.
The person in this position will align with the corporate long-term strategic goals, builds key customer relationships, identifies business opportunities, negotiates and closes business deals and maintains extensive knowledge of current market conditions.
The Business Development Representative will collaborate with the internal team, marketing staff, and other managers to increase sales opportunities and thereby maximize revenue.
To achieve this, they need to contract new solutions to medium manufacturing and non-manufacturing customers in their early stages of the clientâ??s life-cycle. BDRâ??s sell Corporate solutions to Directors and Officers of our clients by following a sophisticated sales methodology teaching clients something new and compelling about their own business needs and provides conclusive reasons why itâ??s necessary to take action with our corporate solutions.
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Buffalo, NY United States
Senior Additive Manufacturing Engineer
Engage with customers to explore and understand needs for 3D printing, manufacturing, and innovation
Nurture relationships with high-potential accounts to develop and prioritize customer development opportunities
Develop and lead research programs working with project managers, technicians, and engineers across other disciplines in the organization
Leverage, communicate, and organize cross-departmental teams of engineers for development of new applications, testing, or other related project initiatives
Operation of a variety of 3D printing systems, supporting equipment, and hardware
Develop qualitative tools and software to improve, optimize, and increase reliability of existing industrial equipment for additive manufacturing
Research new manufacturing technologies, request quotations, select vendors, issue requisitions, schedule demonstrations, and approve tooling
Stay current with industry trends and market information
Maintain an understanding of client business challenges; demonstrate breadth and depth of knowledge to position and map capabilities that align to client business objectives and initiatives
Actively seek-out various educational and training opportunities to keep current and demonstrate continuous growth
Demonstrated knowledge and expertise in additive manufacturing of metals using laser powder bed fusion (LPBF), electron beam melting (EBM), selective laser sintering (SLS), or direct energy deposition (DED)
Understanding of metallurgy to include carbon steel, stainless steel, and nickel based alloys
Strong ability to develop technical work scopes for incorporation with proposals
Aptitude with design tools, computer aided modeling, data analysis, and process design
Familiarity with data acquisition systems, sensor feedback, and controls
Understanding of mechanical testing and the ability to execute mechanical test plans and describe mechanical testing results
Exercises initiative and creativity within assigned project work
Utilizes judgment in communication styles and behaviors; recognizes impact on other team members
Exhibits proficient written and verbal communication with customers both internal and external
Proven adaptability and flexibility as a part of team
Ability to maintain excellent customer relationships both internal and external
Proven success in a team-oriented environment
Strong ability to plan and organize tasks
A demonstrated passion for additive manufacturing in manufacturing
Willingness to travel periodically (10-15%) to customers and conferences
B.S. in Material Science Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or Welding Engineering
Graduate degree in relevant area of study is preferable
Seven (7) or more yearsâ?? experience in additive manufacturing of metals using laser powder bed fusion (L-PBF), electron beam melting (EBM), selective laser sintering (SLS), or direct energy deposition (DED)
Experience with using powder based additive manufacturing equipment
Experience with carbon steel, stainless steel, and nickel based material systems Weldability
Experience with the development of technical work scopes for incorporation with proposals
Hands-on manufacturing experience working in a project-based environment