Shift Supervisor - Nights

ProductionFull TimeVerona, VA

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Shift Supervisor - Nights


Reports to Plant Manager

Exempt

Hours/Schedule 12 hour rotating Nights 5:00p.m. - 5:30 a.m.


The Shift Supervisor is responsible for the efficient operations of his/her designated shift with particular emphasis on the management of shift personnel and operational action plans. This position will ensure employee safety and product quality by strictly managing and adhering to Flow Standard Operating Procedures and safety guidelines.


The Shift Supervisor's key roles and responsibilities include but are not limited to:


•​Manage day-to-day operations of plant

•​Oversee production timeline and ensuring supplies are obtained

​•​Responsible for achieving production targets

•​Inventory management

•​Meeting or exceeding operational efficiency, paper loss, and product loss budgeted targets

•​Identify operational opportunities for Flow

•​All aspects of building and equipment maintenance, spare parts co-ordination and machine conversions

•​Ensure all Health and Safety, Corporate Policies and Procedures and Quality System {HACCP, BRC, CBWA etc.) Policies and Procedures

•​Provide daily and weekly reports to management detailing maintenance KPl's and repair costs

•​Proficient in Excel and spreadsheet manipulation

•​Perform planning and execution duties including manpower, maintenance, preventative maintenance, spare parts, and third party contractors

•​Support Operations team with all aspects of manufacturing

•​Coordinate/Assist/Perform line conversions with and without Tetra Pak, maintenance and plant team members

•​Participate in/attend all operation budget meetings, plant updates, and KPI tracking

•​Bulk water and other low acid products receiving

•​Ensure all work environment is safe

•​Daily opening and closing of the operations

•​Operate High Pressure Pasteurizers and Sterilizers and Filling equipment

•​Operation of blending/liquefying and Sanitizing equipment

•​Update legal and internal process information

•​Accurately blend and process batches as required

•​Knowledge of Computer Control System

•​Continually supply packaging fillers with the required products and materials

•​Operate forklift and power lift truck

•​Work with minimum supervision

•​Capable of lifting up 50 lbs.

•​Interact with and conduct QC and technical duties

•​Safe handling practices. (Chemical for Equipment sanitation)

•​Equipment Sanitation - CIP, SOP & Environmental

•​Organize and keep work area clean

•​Supervise plant employees

•​Must be able to work flexible hours

•​Other duties as required


Here at Flow, we are an equal opportunity employer committed to the inclusion and accommodation of all individuals. If you have an accommodation need during the recruitment and selection process, please reach out to us to let us know how we can enhance your experience.


About Flow Water Inc.:


We are North America’s first social water brand, dedicated to the pursuit of positive experience and providing the highest quality water in the world, with a reduced environmental footprint.


Founded by serial entrepreneur, Nicholas Reichenbach, Flow offers consumers an environmentally friendly alternative to plastic bottled water with the added healthful benefits of drinking naturally alkaline spring water from a local and sustainable source.


“We imagined a bottled water brand that was naturally healthful, not filtered or altered tap water owned by a major corporation. We looked for an alternative to the plastic bottle, a package with the lowest possible carbon footprint. We stopped looking and we started creating.” - Founder & CEO, Nicholas Reichenbach


www.flowhydration.com