Production Supervisor
Safety & Site Security Manager
Production Manager
Human Resources Supervisor
EH&S Manager
Maint. Mechanic 2nd/3rd Shift
Night Shift Maint. Supervisor
Maintenance Manager
Farm Manager
Maintenance Manager
Night Shift Maint. Supervisor
Maintenance Mechanic
1st Shift Production Supervisor
Produce Broker
Sales Manager

Location: Fresno, CA area

Salary: $70,000 - $90,000

Education: A high school diploma or equivalent is required. Degree in ME, EE or equivalent experience is preferred

Experience: 2 years of Maintenance Supervisor experience

Job Summary: The Maintenance Supervisor is accountable for achieving the Company’s balanced scorecard goals that includes uncompromised food and human safety, first hour full power (FHFP), OEE, and schedule attainment, MRO and labor expenses, shop organization (5-S), developing work schedules through written work orders for assigned personnel actively utilizing CMMS program to maintain equipment in peak condition at all times, management of an emergency work order program, quality of products, and the ongoing administration to optimize Maintenance operations.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Maintains the entire work areas in a neat, safe and orderly fashion at all times using Lean Manufacturing techniques. Complies with all Company and Plant policies and procedures including conformance to the facilities’ GMP program (Good Manufacturing Practices).

Ensures all OSHA guidelines are followed always and addresses any unsafe conditions immediately. Validates the use of the Plants’ lock-out/tag-out and other safety procedures are followed at all times.

Liable for FHFP, OEE, schedule attainment and raw material conversion costs at, or above published company goals. Ensures work orders are assigned and completed with follow-up to ensure quality of workmanship. Interacts with internal customer to ensure they are satisfied with repairs.

Maintain SOP’s to keep the facility ready for customer inspections as well as governmental inspections (USDA, OSHA, FDA, EPA, Etc.)

Ability to troubleshoot mechanical and electrical issues

Schedules assigned employees with sufficient work orders to be completed daily in addition to tending to emergency work as they arise while minimizing the use of overtime. Review reports to ensure they are accurate and mechanics time is accounted for.

Manages the required set-up and changeovers using checklists and fixtures to standardize all work, modifying fixtures as needed to optimize results. Change parts are to be maintained in designated area and free of tape or other foreign matter (temporary fixes must be followed by permanent repairs).

Develops, maintains and posts visual key performance indicators (KPI’s) to provide ongoing feedback regarding productivity, quality, safety and sanitation and housekeeping. Conducts daily “tailgate meetings” for employees covering prior days’ performance and current days’ requirements.

All paperwork required is filled out, maintained and entered into CMMS and/or ERP systems as required. Work order and PM completion rates are to obtain 90% ongoing completion rate assuring thorough and quality repairs

Review of previous work orders and tasks as they apply to daily, weekly and monthly plant schedules.

Supports various corporate initiatives to include Lean Manufacturing amongst others.

Manages direct reports providing timely feedback on goals and objectives. Maintains and develops a motivated well-trained staff. Addressed both positive and negative performance and behaviors as needed.

Provides well thought-out ideas to ongoing issues to ensure asset reliability, food safety, quality, cost reduction, turnover, etc. and takes actions without being asked for continuous improvement.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 

Ability to speak, read and write in English as a first or second language to properly follow quality standards, safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and detailed operating manuals. Bi-lingual in Spanish is a plus.

Adherence to safety, GMP and efficiency standards

Excellent communication skills

Must have solid math skills with the ability to interpret results.

Sound mechanical aptitude to “see” issues causing quality or throughput issues. Skilled at dismantling, repairing and maintaining equipment. Knowledge of operating hand and power tools. Knowledge of basic electrical, PLC and HMI is required.

Position must have a keen attention to detail, ensuring all quality standards are met at all time to maintain assets and facility in a condition that is consistent with a food manufacturing facility and rivals World Class operations.

Excellent problem solving skills

Able to plan, organize and schedule machinery and personnel to scheduled requirements

The stamina to keep pace with a brisk work environment understanding that each minute of downtime results in increased costs and lost business