In this role, you will be responsible for managing the daily activities of the Manufacturing Engineering team. You will also have responsibility for requesting, approving, and installing custom capital equipment.
The Manufacturing Business Unit Manager position is responsible for directing and managing plant operations with overall responsibilities for production, maintenance, quality and other production related activities.
In this role, the selected candidate will manage a multi-million dollar inventory with thousands of SKUs inclusive of cycle counting and physical inventory; direct sourcing, quotation, material flow and supply chain activities from suppliers to the line.
The Senior Project Manager role for our growing, expanding and innovative business will have overall accountability for the successful delivery of key commercialization initiatives in Peacock Foods. The senior project manager will collaborate with all areas of the business- sales account management, engineering and supply chain management functions- to define scope, manage expectations, and coordinate and manage deliverables throughout the project life cycle while managing a team of project managers.
In this role, the selected candidate will manage and lead a maintenance team/contractors, develop a preventative maintenance schedule, procure inventory/parts, and support line/equipment change-overs with the production team.
In this role, the selected candidate will manage the development stage of the system life cycle, may include, planning, designing, developing, acquiring, documenting, testing, implementing, integrating, maintaining and modifyingIT/business systems.
The AME Manager will provide team leadership, planning, and execution of GEHC test initiatives impacting new product introductions (NPI), existing manufacturing test processes (Lean Test), and standard test platform/brilliant deployment (Genesis).
In this role, the selected candidate will generate scorecards and reports for all aspects of plant quality, not limited to and including VOC, CARs, SCARs, COAs, on-time and in-full deliveries, SPC reporting, losses, product safety, internal, third party & customer audits and change control processes.
The Manufacturing Engineering Manager will be responsible for managing the engineering staff and activities among the production units in the plant, including mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and materials engineering.