The Production Supervisor is responsible to supervise a packing crew to ensure they meet all production targets and meet the specified quality & food safety standards.
- Supervise employees to ensure they carry out their work effectively and safely.
- Monitor the quantity and quality of product to ensure that it is of the required standard.
- Ensure all produce to be packed is sufficient to meet production requirements.
- Monitor staffing levels and make any necessary adjustments.
- Train employees in the packing process and maintain a safe and efficient environment.
- Monitor the working environment to ensure that company and statutory hygiene, and safety policies and procedures are complied with.
- Maintain and review all necessary packing records, inspection of labeling and packaging specifications.
- Coach, motivate, train and when necessary, discipline employees.
- Schedule daily activities of packaging department.
- Ensure all GMPS, SOP’s and policies & procedures are followed.
- Communicate all variances in packaging or quality to proper management immediately.
- Post-secondary education preferred
- Knowledge of Good Manufacturing Practices and Health and Safety
- Experience with Food Safety and the primusGFS program is ideal
- Strong communication skills (oral & written).
- Working knowledge of MS Office programs including Word, Excel and Outlook
- Cold, warehouse environment where the temperature averages 45-55 degrees Fahrenheit
- Some occasional heavy lifting, up to 50lbs., is required
- Standing, walking and sitting for an extended period of time may be required.
- Available to work flexible hours including occasional overtime during peak volume periods as well as holidays.
Pure Hothouse Foods is committed to providing an accessible and barrier-free environment. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. Please contact the Human Resources department if an accommodation is required.
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Posted on: November 29, 2019