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Packaging Lead

Aurora, NE

Industry: Consumer Products/Apparel Job Number: 47338 Pay Rate: $55 - $70k
The Packaging Lead is a core position that will be responsible for leading the coordination effort for such activities as safety, training, sanitation, quality, finished product testing, finished production planning, and pipeline integration in the packaging area. It also includes coordinating drying, coating, and finished bin management. The result will be quality pet food that meets or exceeds all quality specifications set by the company in the amount and schedule indicated by business needs. The most critical principal accountability for this role is team leadership and it is a working lead position. It is expected that the Packaging Lead will be an expert on all lines and systems in the Packaging and Finished Bin storage areas. This position will also be required to train all associates in these areas.

The essential functions for this role will be to keep the Big Bag and Small Bag Line Operations running smoothly. You will have a comprehensive understanding of the equipment and systems that makeup the Big and Small Bag Lines, Blending Systems, Intermediate Storage, Fork Lifts and Warehouse Management Systems. You will also need to show you have the ability to safely operate all lines from the scales to the stretch wrappers including bag size and family changeovers. You will also need to have a comprehensive understanding of the systems used to monitor the quality of the line production, and the ability to perform all quality checks. You will assist in improving operations through individual and group problem solving and provide leadership in solving problems on the floor and in meetings.

This is a maintenance role and you will need to have strong mechanical skills to quickly troubleshoot and address reliability issues on packaging lines at times taking corrective actions in solving problems to root cause level. You will immediately notify packaging area mechanic to resume operations in the event that downtime has occurred. You will also actively address food safety and quality concerns.

You will need to show you have strong leadership, interpersonal, and communication skills and the ability to assess situations early and accurately to take effective and tactful action to correct and improve those situations and successfully resolve conflicts by listening, sharing thoughts, focusing on situations not people, and by helping to create a positive work environment and establishing a feeling of partnership. You will also facilitate efficient operation from processing through packaging into the warehouse with a good understanding of the total pipeline.

They need mechanically inclined candidates who are willing to learn and grow with a Fortune 100 company.

These are rotating shift Monday-Friday roles that spend 2 weeks on first, 2 weeks on second and 2 weeks on third shift and there is overtime always available.
Mechanical Team Leader or Maintenance Supervisory experience. Must be open to Rotating shift
Great benefits that start on first day, low out of pocket cost and 3 weeks vacation starting first year. They will train you on everything you need for this entry level role with plenty of room for upward mobility.
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