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Location : Location US-MO-Wright City
American Foods Group, LLC  has an opportunity for an Assistant Quality Assurance Manager to join our team for our new America’s Heartland Packing facility in Wright City, Missouri.    - Oversee the day-to-day activities for the Quality Assurance / Food Safety department. - Work closely with local and regional USDA/FSIS authorities, customer representatives (if needed), government agencies, and auditors. - Update, maintain, and implement pertinent regulatory documents and records, product specifications, quality assurance records, and quality assurance personnel records/files. - Update, maintain and enforce quality programs: HACCP, SSOPs, GMPs, SQF; monitor programs and ensure programs are enforced on the floor. - Responsible for crewing, monitoring, and training of all QA personnel on quality and food safety programs. - Implement and lead a robust Animal Welfare program. - Assist with corrective actions and follow up on preventive measures; ensure preventive measures are enforced on the floor. - Assist with assuring all products produced in the plant meet or exceed customer requirements for quality and food safety and control the disposition of nonconformance. - Assist with investigation and corrective action responses for customer complaints. - As needed, confer with management, customers, and other representatives in the planning, scheduling, coordinating, and enforcing the Quality Assurance / Food Safety program in conformance with customer requirements and production schedules. - Provide leadership for the Quality Assurance / Food Safety department. - Participate in plant management and operational meetings. Attend meetings in QA Manager’s absence. - Conduct line meetings with the quality assurance personnel in Harvest and Fabrication. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2024-5870
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MO-Wright City
American Foods Group, LLC has an opportunity for a Fabrication AM Manager to join the team for our new AFG manufacturing facility in Wright City, Missouri.   Summary: Oversee the fabrication floor and all aspects of production from set up to yields, quality, employee safety, food safety, volume, costs, claims, turnover, absenteeism, and training of supervisors. This position requires an essential understanding and control of the production process, accurate record keeping, and general line maintenance, and staffing.    As our Fabrication AM Manager you will: - Be responsible for providing leadership and ensure execution of departmental business plans in the Fabrication area.  Interface routinely with peers.  Reports to Director of Operations - Fabrication. - Oversee production operations (production and salaried employees) to provide for day-to-day control of assigned department activities according to prescribed schedules, priorities, operation sequence, and processing specifications.  - Be responsible for crewing, scheduling, work quality, productivity, and employee training in assigned areas.  - Be responsible for safety and housekeeping and for proper operation of equipment.  - Accountable for ensuring that all health and safety policies and regulations are enforced, by reporting policy infractions to HR and being involved with taking appropriate disciplinary actions. Perform accident investigations.  - Participate in plant management and operational meetings and conduct line meetings.  - Update, maintain, and implement documents, records, or product specifications.  - Conduct employment actions in accordance with EEO/AA guidelines (hire, selection, promotion, demotion, transfer, termination, etc.).  - Evaluate department work performance and take corrective action. Take disciplinary or termination action in accordance with company standard practices and procedures.  - Coordinate material flow through various stages of assigned departments and with other departments.  - Suggest and/or develop improved processes and production methods.  - Check and manage cooler inventory.  - Check all latest export orders for level of completion and ship dates.  - Decide the grades and quantities to hold for Hong Kong orders.  - Perform SQF checks for all areas to assure all assignments are being completed; constantly monitor all departments for cleanliness and ensure that product contamination is kept to a minimum.  - Track cooler inventory and grades to decide what to hold if anything.  - Track custom cattle, know quantities harvested.  Ensure all get graded and run together.  - Verify labor hours (Kronos) to ensure all department crewing and payroll report accuracy.   - Use Kronos reporting information to establish crewing shortages in departments.  - Run report(s) and complete/distribute Supervisors reports.  - Promote and drive succession development with areas of responsibility. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2024-5869
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MO-Wright City
American Foods Group, LLC has an opportunity for a Hides Supervisor to join the team for our new AFG manufacturing facility in Wright City, Missouri.   As our Hides Supervisor you will: - Provide leadership and oversee the day-to-day hide operations (leads and hourly production employees).  Interface routinely with peers.  Reports to Director of Operations - Harvest. - Develop and implement operational strategies to maximize productivity, efficiency, and quality in hide operations (hanging, trimming, inspecting, storing, loading hides or skins).  - Ensure compliance with all applicable regulations, laws, and industry standards related to hides operations.  - Be responsible for crewing, scheduling, work quality, productivity, and employee training in assigned areas.  - Be responsible for safety and housekeeping and for proper operation of equipment.  - Accountable for ensuring that all health and safety policies and regulations are enforced, by reporting policy infractions to HR and being involved with taking appropriate disciplinary actions. Perform accident investigations.  - Participate in plant management and operational meetings and conduct line meetings.  - Conduct line meetings.  - Update, maintain, and implement documents, records, or product specifications.  - Conduct employment actions in accordance with EEO/AA guidelines (hire, selection, promotion, demotion, transfer, termination, etc.).  - Evaluate department work performance and take corrective action. Take disciplinary or termination action in accordance with company standard practices and procedures.  - Perform SQF checks for all areas to assure all assignments are being completed; constantly monitor all departments for cleanliness and ensure that product contamination is kept to a minimum.  - Verify labor hours (Kronos) to ensure all department crewing and payroll report accuracy.   - Use Kronos reporting information to establish crewing shortages in departments.  - Run report(s) and complete/distribute Supervisors reports.  - Promote and drive succession development with areas of responsibility. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2024-5868
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MO-Wright City
American Foods Group, LLC has an opportunity for a Rendering Manager to join the team for our new AFG manufacturing facility in Wright City, Missouri.   As our Rendering Manager you will: - Provide leadership and oversee the day-to-day rendering operations (leads and hourly production employees) and ensure efficient and complaint processing of animal by-products.  Interface routinely with peers.  Reports to Director of Operations - Harvest. - Develop and implement operational strategies to maximize productivity, efficiency, and quality in the rendering process. - Monitor and maintain the performance of the rendering equipment, ensure optimal functionality, and minimize downtime.  - Ensure compliance with all applicable regulations, laws, and industry standards related to rendering operations and the handling of animal by-products - Be responsible for crewing, scheduling, work quality, productivity, and employee training in assigned areas.  - Be responsible for safety and housekeeping and for proper operation of equipment.  - Accountable for ensuring that all health and safety policies and regulations are enforced, by reporting policy infractions to HR and being involved with taking appropriate disciplinary actions. Perform accident investigations.  - Participate in plant management and operational meetings and conduct line meetings.  - Conduct line meetings.  - Update, maintain, and implement documents, records, or product specifications.  - Conduct employment actions in accordance with EEO/AA guidelines (hire, selection, promotion, demotion, transfer, termination, etc.).  - Evaluate department work performance and take corrective action. Take disciplinary or termination action in accordance with company standard practices and procedures.  - Perform SQF checks for all areas to assure all assignments are being completed; constantly monitor all departments for cleanliness and ensure that product contamination is kept to a minimum.  - Verify labor hours (Kronos) to ensure all department crewing and payroll report accuracy.   - Use Kronos reporting information to establish crewing shortages in departments.  - Run report(s) and complete/distribute Supervisors reports.  - Promote and drive succession development with areas of responsibility. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2024-5867
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MO-Wright City
American Foods Group, LLC has an opportunity for a Cooler Manager to join the team for our new AFG manufacturing facility in Wright City, Missouri.   As our Cooler Manager you will: - Provide leadership and oversee the day-to-day cooler operations (leads and hourly production employees).  Interface routinely with peers.  Reports to Director of Operations - Harvest. - Develop and implement operational strategies to maximize productivity, efficiency, and quality in the cooler. - Monitor and maintain the performance of the cooler.  - Ensure compliance with all applicable regulations, laws, and industry standards related to cooler  operations.  - Be responsible for crewing, scheduling, work quality, productivity, and employee training in assigned areas.  - Be responsible for safety and housekeeping and for proper operation of equipment.  - Accountable for ensuring that all health and safety policies and regulations are enforced, by reporting policy infractions to HR and being involved with taking appropriate disciplinary actions. Perform accident investigations.  - Participate in plant management and operational meetings and conduct line meetings.  - Conduct line meetings.  - Update, maintain, and implement documents, records, or product specifications.  - Conduct employment actions in accordance with EEO/AA guidelines (hire, selection, promotion, demotion, transfer, termination, etc.).  - Evaluate department work performance and take corrective action. Take disciplinary or termination action in accordance with company standard practices and procedures.  - Perform SQF checks for all areas to assure all assignments are being completed; constantly monitor all departments for cleanliness and ensure that product contamination is kept to a minimum.  - Verify labor hours (Kronos) to ensure all department crewing and payroll report accuracy.   - Use Kronos reporting information to establish crewing shortages in departments.  - Run report(s) and complete/distribute Supervisors reports.  - Promote and drive succession development with areas of responsibility. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2024-5866
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MO-Wright City
American Foods Group, LLC has an opportunity for a Harvest Manager to join the team for our new AFG manufacturing facility in Wright City, Missouri.   Summary: Oversee the harvest floor and all aspects of production from set up to yields, quality, employee safety, food safety, volume, costs, claims, turnover, absenteeism, and training of supervisors. This position requires an essential understanding and control of the production process, accurate record keeping, and general line maintenance, and staffing.    As our Harvest Manager you will: - Be responsible for providing leadership and ensure execution of departmental business plans in the Harvest area.  Interface routinely with peers.  Reports to Director of Operations - Harvest. - Oversee production operations (Leads and hourly production employees) to provide for day-to-day control of assigned department activities according to prescribed schedules, priorities, operation sequence, and processing specifications.  - Be responsible for crewing, scheduling, work quality, productivity, and employee training in assigned areas.  - Be responsible for safety and housekeeping and for proper operation of equipment.  - Accountable for ensuring that all health and safety policies and regulations are enforced, by reporting policy infractions to HR and being involved with taking appropriate disciplinary actions. Perform accident investigations.  - Participate in plant management and operational meetings and conduct line meetings. - Update, maintain, and implement documents, records, or product specifications.  - Conduct employment actions in accordance with EEO/AA guidelines (hire, selection, promotion, demotion, transfer, termination, etc.).  - Evaluate department work performance and take corrective action. Take disciplinary or termination action in accordance with company standard practices and procedures.  - Coordinate material flow through various stages of assigned departments and with other departments.  - Suggest and/or develop improved processes and production methods.  - Perform SQF checks for all areas to assure all assignments are being completed; constantly monitor all departments for cleanliness and ensure that product contamination is kept to a minimum.  - Verify labor hours (Kronos) to ensure all department crewing and payroll report accuracy.    - Use Kronos reporting information to establish crewing shortages in departments.  - Run report(s) and complete/distribute Supervisors reports.  - Promote and drive succession development with areas of responsibility. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2024-5865
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MO-Wright City
Summary The Community Liaison role will focus on supporting the integration of new hires into our workforce and the local community. Acting as a community developer, the candidate will identify and address the needs and concerns of residents regarding newcomers, facilitating their effective adjustment to the area. Additionally, the candidate will manage collaborative efforts between the city staff, elected officials, service providers, faith groups, business partners, landlords, and other community stakeholders to address matters related to the new AFG plant, including AFG events for community partners. This includes representing AHP during public and community meetings and addressing questions, concerns, and issues from residents, employees, and prospective employees.   Additionally, the community liaison will be responsible for assisting in cultivating a company culture, brand building, and relationship development within the facility.  This position will work  closely with the marketing and communications team at AFG for support and consistent messaging and the HR team on their people efforts. - Build positive and collaborative relationships with local and state elected officials and community members. - Develop and implement our outreach strategy and bringing interested parties (social services, schools, etc.) together as part of the development of the community. - Develop and implement a robust process and strategy to integrate all newcomers into our community. This strategy should include identifying and addressing recent immigrants' housing, medical, and other needs. Working closely with property owners/managers, city officials, and other entities on issues related to our employees. - Manage and participate in all aspects of the community’s activities to improve work or City relations and neighborhood quality of life issues. - Support the HR team and their People Efforts inside and outside the plant. - Aid the recruitment efforts of the HR department. - Work hard to keep employee morale high and workers productive. - Support the marketing and communication needs of the facility both internally and externally, and help maintain and update some like display boards, electronic monitors, signage, and any visual displays by our policy and guidelines. - Maintain the social media platforms of the facility. - Management of the facility website. - Provide ongoing information to community partners and future employees. - Cultivate and support brand and culture building both internally and externally. - Communicate and facilitate activities cross-department to ensure success. - Participate in plant meetings and trainings as assigned. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2023-5699
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MO-Wright City
Summary Seeking a dedicated and experienced training leader who will be responsible for the design, implementation, and management of all training programs at our beef harvest facility in Warren City, Missouri.  The training leader will be responsible for developing training materials, conducting hands-on training sessions, assessing training needs, and continuously improving training processes to enhance the skills and capabilities of our employees.   Training Program Management - Collaborate with Safety, Quality, and HR leadership to keep new hire training content up to date. - Sustain the Extreme Ownership by coaching and reinforcing the Laws of Combat and other desired behaviors. - Champion the Management Trainee and Supervisor Development Programs by partnering with the learning and development team and supporting the participants. - Subject Matter Expert (SME) and point of contact for any Alchemy training. - Partner with Learning and Development to implement training and initiatives. - Develop and maintain training materials, modules, and resources. Training Delivery - Oversee all training efforts, including new hires, cross-training, and leadership. - Observe and provide feedback to trainers, both positive and constructive. - Ensure training is an engaging and hands-on experience that uses in-person, technology, and on-the-job components. - Conduct training when a trainer is not available. Training Evaluation and Improvement - Ensure that knowledge checks are completed and passed. When not completed, arranges retesting. - Evaluate the training programs by collecting feedback from new hires after 30 days of training.  Using the feedback to make positive. - Review data to identify knowledge & skill gaps. - Create skill assessments to ensure new hires have the skills as well as the knowledge. - Foster a continuous improvement mindset with the team and the site, ensuring the training is the most effective it can be. Compliance and Documentation - Validate that all training activities align with industry regulations, company policies, and safety guidelines. - Maintain accurate and current training records, showing employee progress and certifications. - Ensure training programs meet and exceed compliance standards. Team Collaboration - Work cross-functionally with Operations, Safety, and QA.  Identify training needs and efficiently resolve the issues. - Partner with plant leadership in all departments to monitor and evaluate the quality of training programs. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2023-5697
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MO-Wright City
American Foods Group, LLC has an opportunity for a Director of Operations - Harvest to join our team for our new America's Heartland Packing facility in Warren County, Missouri.   Summary As the harvest lead, you will partner with leadership to understand and execute the harvest strategies as the plant ramps up.  The ideal candidate is someone who wants to get in at the very start to plan and build the function for when the facility is fully operational.    - Oversee daily operations of the harvest Department (under the supervision of VP Operations). - Manage all harvest processes (facility livestock handling, harvest, cooler, rendering, and hides); ensuring efficient, effective, and accurate operations according to customer specifications. - Coordinate and oversee daily activities of supervisors in the harvest departments to ensure efficient production of wholesome quality products.  - Monitor and control downtime; provide solutions to reduce downtime. - Maintain high production and quality while ensuring the safest working environment possible. - Actively monitor food security and defense surveillance inside the facility and its operation. - Ensure all company, safety, and food safety policies and procedures are enforced and followed (e.g. SQF, GMPs, SOPs, HACCP, OSHA). - Monitor the cleanliness of the work areas. - Complete reports and other paperwork (e.g. discipline, progress evaluations, terminations). - Ensure every position is filled before starting up; ensure job rotation is followed in order to facilitate ergonomics. - Ensure all machinery is performing to the highest standard possible. - Maintain a helpful and professional attitude and appearance. - Promote and drive succession development throughout areas of responsibility. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2023-5315
Shift(s)
1st Shift
Location : Location US-MO-Wright City
Job Overview: This is a unique opportunity for an Operations Management Trainee to join our team for the new state of the art beef harvest manufacturing facility in Warren County, Missouri.  The Operations Management Trainee program will provide an extensive training experience surrounding the areas of Safety, Quality, and Business Operations.  The training rotation will last up to 2 years.    The ideal candidate is someone who wants to receive training in our existing facilities in other states (Gibbon NE, Green Bay WI, Long Prairie MN, Omaha NE) and then transition to a supervisor or manager role for the facility.   Key Tasks: - Work in different departments alongside supervisors and employees to learn, understand and positively impact production operations. - Partner with other managers to plan and direct the work of the organization. - Analyze and understand company reports related to efficiencies, profit, and inventory activity. - Manage daily production, yields, and downtime in assigned areas. - Identify trends and recommend proactive or remedial actions to address operational situations. - Understand governmental law, regulations, and company policies, procedures, and guidelines. - Work with and through management to develop and implement actions , policies or procedures that protect company assets and profitability. - Train and develop management skills while leading and motivating others. - Interpret, apply and/or enforce company policies, programs, rules, regulations, and safety requirements in support of departmental and corporate goals. - Actively engage in employee safety programs and activities to ensure safety in the workplace. - Foster an environment conducive to achieving continuous improvement. - Build strong teams and interact at all levels of the plant, including front line employees. - Attend or lead presentations, meetings, classes, or training and create projects or presentations; take tests if applicable. - Interact with vendors, suppliers, customers, and other stakeholders as needed. - NOTE: this description is not intended to be all-inclusive. An employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization; these duties are considered marginal.
ID
2023-5306
Shift(s)
1st Shift