Evisceration Supervisor- 2nd Shift

January 8, 2022
Full-time
Harbeson, DE

Summary

The primary responsibility of this position is to train and supervise associates in the Evisceration Department.  This needs to be accomplished in a safe and efficient manner while achieving set departmental goals.

Requirements

Education and/or Experience

  • S. Degree in Poultry Science or related field and one year experience, or three years of processing experience with high school diploma and some supervisory exposure and aptitude.
  • Demonstrated ability to learn, interact and communicate with employees at all levels.

Knowledge/Skills

  • Microsoft Office skills -Basic
  • Strong customer service skills.- Advanced
  • Excellent problem solving skills.-Advanced
  • Team Building and Leadership-Advanced
  • Excellent Communication Skills – Advanced

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Supports Allen Harim’s Vision, Mission and Values
  • Develop and implement Action plans and Key initiatives to meet annual budget, Operating Plan, Balanced Scorecard, and Agristat’s metrics.
  • Supervise production lines at appropriate speed for specific plant.
  • Responsible for the safety and health of employees, which includes but is not limited to, safety and health awareness and training, accident prevention and incident investigations, and safe work practices.
  • Staff department each day and ensure all necessary equipment is available to perform required tasks.
  • Responsible for safety in the department by making sure the work environment is safe and all associates understand safety rules and policies.
  • Oversee training of associates so they fully understand their job requirements and proper techniques to perform assigned tasks.
  • Ensure department is in compliance with NELS and HACCP checks as well as the USDA.
  • Coordinate with other department supervisors to maintain proper flow of birds to the chiller.
  • Assist Supervisor in the daily staffing and allocation of personnel.
  • Supervise wash down at lunch and between shifts to meet USDA requirements.
  • Cross train employees to allow for job rotation and relieving for breaks.
  • Work within Allen Harim management system.