Packaging Line Conductor

Bakerly Barn LLC 4.1★

Scope/Purpose of the Position

The brioche packaging line conductor works cohesively with the other line conductors as well as the packing operators to ensure reception and delivery of final product meets quality standards in a clean and efficient manner. The challenges faced in this role are communication and organization of line, product changeovers, managing of breaks and rotation, as well as accuracy of documentation. Sanitation includes but is NOT limited to daily task sheet as well as master sanitation log.


Major Responsibilities and Essential Functions

  • Must have the ability to facilitate and manage operators to ensure quality product is coming downstream; this includes but is not limited to recipe changes, mechanical settings, tool changes, bag/corrugate selection.
  • Take all proper steps to eliminate downtime and prevent any events that may deviate from the continuous workflow by having packaging department ready and operational upon reception of product.
  • Line conductor shall be flexible in ability as role is not limited i.e., filling in on the line as needed
  • Perform CCP checks, quality tests, and ensure proper materials are present from material handlers to ensure production process is streamline in the allotted times given by the QA department.
  • Take complete ownership of the packing area and maintain continuous work, rotate operators, maintain breaks timely and efficiently, and address any employee needs to supervisor.
  • Build, construct, and grow as a team, continuous improvement ideas to be addressed with supervisor in order to have a more efficient process
  • Report any safety or quality defects to supervisor, as well as any behavioral issues of team members; the line conductors are the first line of coaching followed by the production supervisors.
  • OSHA regulations compliant
  • Proper PPE and attire at all times when on the floor; this includes hairnets, beard nets, gloves (optional), lab coats used inside the packing room, Tyvek sleeves, and any other PPE required.
  • Adhere to GMP’s to and from the production floor; including but not limited to hand washing, sanitizing, no gum, candy, cough drops, or chewing tobacco on the production floor.
  • Uphold SQF standards; materials have Lot numbers visible and easily readable, clean work stations, organized tooling, and an overall clean and organized workspace.
  • Report ALL quality and safety concerns to reporting manager or member of management team not limited but including; unknown visitors, pest control, expiration or production quality in question, sanitation, etc.

  • Must be able to work 3rd shift 10pm-6am (Sunday-Thursday)

  • Must be able to train on either first shift or second shift


Job Qualification Requirements

  • Strong organizational skills
  • Ability to meet strict deadlines
  • Minimum of 4 years’ experience in food processing environment preferred
  • High School/GED Diploma required
  • Adequate with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and Power Point)
  • Ability to operate machinery and multi-task
  • Ability to respond to continually changing priorities; both in and out of the department
  • Continuously observe and evaluate operations to identify problems and/or opportunities for improvement
  • Must have ability to interpret and follow policies and procedures
  • Great Interpersonal, communication and problem-solving skills
  • Understands the ever-changing nature of the business and is open to assisting where needed to ensure that the overall operations run smoothly.


Backup

Position Back Up: Department Supervisor will designate a qualified person to back up this position as needed.

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