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Supply Chain Technical Milling Manager

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES:  Identifies, addresses, and mitigates safety risks throughout the organization. Encourages a belief in zero in all employees by removing barriers and clearing obstacles to perform work safely. Leads daily and weekly direction setting processes to drive out top losses and set the plan for the day for the mills and elevator Builds capability of the milling and elevator teams to understand equipment functionality, theory of operation, and component make-up. Coordinates partnership between maintenance and milling crews to prioritize preventive repair day work. Key contributor to the Convenience and Food Service master plan and leads the execution of the 90 day improvement plans to deliver glide path goals for both mills. Ensure that production facilities and finished products meet the company and government standards for quality, sanitation, and safety. Educate, develop and motivate a manufacturing work group to achieve required production results, improve individual technical skills and enable collaboration across boundaries. Establish and sustain sound relationships with all employees in order to foster an environment where innovative methods are used to involve others in creative solutions to issues. Bachelor's degree in Milling Science required 7+ years of previous milling, grain elevator, and manufacturing experience Extensive technical milling knowledge PREFERRED SKILLS:  Ability to work with vendors, suppliers, and technical contacts to enhance performance of operational supplies or equipment reliability Demonstrates ability to work with and influence diverse groups at various levels and across functions Strong interpersonal skills, effective written and oral communications and strong listening skills Continuous Improvement experience Demonstrated leadership skills; Ability to coach and develop others Ability to adjust to multiple demands, shifting work priorities, ambiguity, adversity and change Mature approach to challenging situations and environments 10232
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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