JBS USA Production Supervisor - JBS Ontario in Belleville, Ontario
Production Supervisor - JBS Ontario
Department: Plant Operations
Location: Belleville, ON
With approximately 2,900 employees, JBS Food Canada ULC (-JBS Canada-) is one of Canada's largest beef processors. Consisting of four locations-the main processing facility located in Brooks, Alberta, where approximately 4,200 head of cattle are harvested and processed daily; the Head Office and a case ready plant, both based in Calgary, Alberta; and JBS Ontario, a case ready plant located in Belleville, Ontario. The JBS Canada facility in Brooks has the capacity to produce products ranging from boxed beef primals, ground beef, beef trimmings, beef by-products and hides which are shipped across Canada and worldwide. At the multi-protein Mountain Creek Farms case-ready facility in Calgary, JBS Canada produces value-added products including marinated, portion sized, multi-pack options, kebabs and much more. JBS Ontario in Belleville produces fresh meat and seafood products for leading retailers in Canada.
At JBS Canada, our people are our greatest asset. We are very proud to have a team of high achieving, engaged employees. We are currently seeking a Production Supervisor to join our team at our JBS Ontario facility in Belleville, ON.
The Production Supervisor directly supervises up to 15 - 20 unionized hourly team members in achieving manufacturing objectives pertaining to product specifications, yield, quality, efficiency, and safety of the whole team. Reviewing daily production schedules, managing employee issues and ensuring compliance with all standards (production, food safety and employee relations/union relations) are key parts of the job.
NOTE: This position will be located in Belleville, ON
Ensure compliance to Workplace Safety & Health legislation. Ensure workers understand safety requirements and manage effectively to ensure a safe working environment for all employees. As necessary, conduct accident investigations to determine root causes and corrective action required.
Enforce HACCP procedures and display an ongoing commitment to food safety
Supervise and train hourly staff in production equipment operations, routine maintenance and troubleshooting
Ensure daily achievement of objectives in terms of product yield and quality, production efficiency targets, and customer service requirements (product appearance, product specifications and volume targets)
Provide recommendations to Production management on possible improvements concerning operating practices, continuous process improvement opportunities and ways to improve communications on production requirements
Ensure equipment is operated safely and within product specifications.
Notify the maintenance team of additional maintenance requirements.
Provide ongoing direction to Production Operators/Senior Production Operators to ensure operations are conducted in accordance with Good Manufacturing Practices
Track and monitor hourly staff attendance and performance - informs HR and Finance of attendance or other issues
Reinforce understanding and compliance with Company Policies, all relevant provincial legislation requirements, and the terms of the Collective Agreement
Administer discipline in line with Company-s requirements and the Company-s discipline policy and the Collective Agreement, including delivering disciplinary messages and conducting disciplinary interviews as needed
Present a professional and respectful attitude when dealing with both internal and external contacts and will work towards facilitating a team atmosphere within the Service Centre.
Additional duties as assigned.
Post-secondary and 6 - 8 years of related manufacturing experience, preferably in fresh meat production environment. An equivalent combination of education and related experience may also be acceptable.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills to lead a team safely, achieve production objectives and ensure customer satisfaction.
Familiarization with food safety and productivity requirements of the meat/food processing industry.
Management/supervisory experience, including experience working in unionized environments within the context of Collective Agreements
Familiarization with Microsoft Office applications, particularly Word and Excel
Ability to work independently
Knowledge of applicable legislation and regulations, including WHMIS, Labour Relations, Human Rights, workplace safety, and WCB.
Work Site Environment: Noisy, Odours, Hot, Cold/refrigerated.
Earn Competitive Wage
Exceptional Benefits include:
Competitive Wage | Extended Health/Medical Benefit | Group Life & Accidental Death Insurance | Long Term Disability | Vision/Dental Care | Career Growth and Continued Training
240 Jamieson Bone Rd.