Old Town, ME – BASS is seeking a full-time, 2nd Shift Production Line Supervisor for a busy manufacturing client. Be part of a team with a tradition of making quality bakery products. This position oversees the production process, from start to finish, ensuring the highest level of efficiency, quality, safety, and teamwork. Maintaining a superior level of quality for all products being produced by following and promoting all Good Manufacturing Practices throughout the bakery, commitment to, and understanding of, the SQF (Safe Quality Food) Program and safe work policies and practices.
Duties to include:
• Supervise and direct the production line.
Verify that SQF monitoring and verification duties are completed
Maintain all safety standards
Order materials and packaging from the warehouse for each day's production
Verify case and item labels for description, etc.
Manage staffing levels for best productivity
Ensure completion of all daily shift paperwork, approve & submit daily
Verify the case count on the packing line report is correct
Oversee the training of all new associates
Hours: 4 pm to 2:30 am, Mon-Thursday with overtime during peak times of the year. This is a contract to hire opportunity.
Email cover letter and resume to Nettie Kilby, Branch Manager at jobs@BangorAreaStaffing.com
• Three or more years of hands-on supervisory experience and direct manufacturing experience preferably in a consumer baked goods company.
• Strong technical skills and working knowledge of production line equipment.
• Excellent communication skills in a fast paced environment.
• Ability to multi-task and problem solve in a challenging environment.
• Must have a basic understanding of the management skills needed to supervise others, including, but not limited to, organization, communication, delegation, coaching, and motivation.
• Must have good problem solving skills and attention to detail.
Preferred Bachelor’s Degree in related field but not required. A combination of education, training and experience which demonstrates competency may be considered.