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Supv - Processing - Live Hang 1st Shift (24903BR)

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Location: Carthage, Mississippi, South United States, USA
Company: Tyson Foods
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Open Til: 27-Feb-12
Industry Sector: Food/Processing
Industry Type: Biotechnology
Career Type: Operations
Job Type: Full Time
Minimum Years Experience Required: N/A
Salary: TBD

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Job Description:
"This is an opening slated for candidates who are currently working at this facility, therefore, they will be considered for the opening first. If none of those local Team Members are selected then other Team Members from other locations wil be given consideration."

SUMMARY:
This position is responsible for maintaining high production, quality, and yields while ensuring the safest working environment possible. This position requires an essential understanding and control of the production process, accurate record keeping, and general line maintenance and staffing. Specific responsibilities include checking daily production orders to ensure fulfillment of customer orders, ensuring every position is filled before start-up of production line, overseeing Team Member morning exercises and job rotation in order to facilitate ergonomics, and ensuring all machinery is performing to the highest standard possible. Other responsibilities include ensuring all workstations have passed USDA Inspection, promoting safety on a daily basis as well as through monthly safety meetings, and ensuring accurate shipments, rotation of inventory, and proper coding of products. Additionally, this position is responsible for knowing and communicating company benefits and compensation policies to Team Members, providing encouragement to Team Members in order to build the best team possible, and the critical ability to perform the human relations functions such as training, retaining, and counseling on personal and professional problems. Other duties include overseeing various processing operations and working with other supervisors in solving problems, keeping records of reworked or returned product, providing continuous education on the importance of quality, and performing other responsibilities as the need arises.

REQUIREMENTS:
Education: High school education. Education beyond high school including special training, vocational school and/or college courses is preferred.

Experience:
Depends on level of education obtained.

Computer Skills:
Elementary computer skills helpful. For example, checking electronic mail, entering data into document templates, or creating simple queries using a fourth generation language.

Travel:
1-5 trips per year.

Supervisory Skills:
This position is responsible for supervising a group of personnel who perform somewhat identical and related tasks or activities.

POSITION REPORTS TO:
Various Superintendents

Position-Specific Requirements:
Team members selected for this position will be expected to participate in and complete the PPF Training and Leadership Development Program which consists of a formal two week orientation at the plant of assignment, a nine week off-site basic training segment in Fayetteville, AR, and a six week plant technical and leadership segment at the plant of assignment. Team members selected will be expected to be an active participant, complete all assignments, and achieve all training expectations in order to achieve optimal performance