Cargill provides food, agriculture, financial and industrial products and services to the world.Together with farmers, customers, governments and communities, we help people thrive by applying our insights and over 150 years of experience.We have 155,000 employees in 70 countries who are committed to feeding the world in a responsible way,reducing environmental impact and improving the communities wherewe live and work.
The Crush Operational Manager is directly responsible for management of all location operational aspects of the soybean crush plant, from raw material receiving to final product storage and shipping. This involves management of assets and employees, execution of product quality and Environmental, Health and Safety programs, accountability for development and meeting forecasted production, efficiency, manufacturing costs, and capital expenditures.
25% - Operations management
Represents the Crush operations group at facility leadership functions/meetings.
Manage day to day operations to achieve standards and goals
20% - EHS programs and compliance/safety leadership
Safety Leadership - responsible for ensuring compliance with Cargill, business unit and facility policies and procedures and regulatory requirements.
Maintain a safe and sanitary atmosphere with a high regard for environmental impact of the operation. Lead team to ensure all Cargill safety rules and regulations are met.
20% - Employee development and performance management program
Responsible for leading production supervisors and ensuring employees are managed consistently in all areas of the facility including benefits and salary administration, hiring/orientation and other Human Resources matters.
Participates in local annual wage review processes.
Develops and coaches employees through Cargill Performance Management Process (PMP) as well as managing the disciplinary process.
Builds employee engagement through positive working relationships and promotion of an enthusiastic and open atmosphere where employees will want to offer their ideas.
15% - Manufacturing costs and capital expenditures
Responsible for annual and long-term plans as well as balanced scorecard and standards and goals. Has shared
accountability for execution of major capital expenditures and projects.
Manages expenses and provides monthly budget report, including explanation of unusual items.
Lead, plan and execute production shutdowns.
10% - Interfacing with sales people and customers
Serve as a contact for local officials and community. Lead community engagement efforts for the Crush operations team.
Troubleshoots causes of customer issues and collaborates with other functions as needed to provide efficient and effective resolution. Participate fully in Customer Focus strategy for the facility.
10% - Support of maintenance and reliability program
Partnering with local reliability and maintenance leadership to ensure immediate and long-range needs for maintenance and repair work are prioritized and executed to plan.
Attend various safety, department and training meetings. Facilitate meetings as required.
Education, Experience, Skills