Assistant Bakery Manager - 2nd ShiftColony Brands, Inc., Monroe, WI
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The Bakery Assistant Manager is responsible for assisting the Bakery Manager in crewing, organizing, directing, and controlling manufacturing operations for second shift production. Primary focus is execution to the standards, employee safety, food safety, and security. They will delegate the manufacturing plan to the following second shift areas: Bake n' Fill, Enrobing, Main Packing, Upfront Packing, and Miscellaneous Decorating. They will collaborate with the Bakery Manager, and the following departments: Scheduling & Planning, Warehouse, Maintenance, Sanitation, Quality Assurance, Research & Development, Safety, and Clerical support areas to optimize efficiencies with direct interface with all second shift manufacturing areas and supervisory employees. They also will support ISO/FSSC audit and all relevant criteria encompassing compliance. They will also act as back up to the Bakery Manager.
What You Will Do: Execute schedule in all areas of the Bakery on second shift for Production. Establish crewing and develop manpower to support the schedule with efficiency. Ensure standardization of Bakery Standard Operating Procedure by supervisory team and the Daily Schedule Control documenting daily activities. Ensures resources are adequately provided for orientation and training. Monitors operations for cost control, material waste, quality, safety, and housekeeping along with employee behaviors. Develops staff through leadership training, supervisory meetings, employee appraisals, performance notifications, shop floor huddles, and USC courses. Identifies opportunities for improvements and puts actions plans into place for appropriate solutions. Supports and is actively engaged in the Bakery Safety Action Plan to meet annual goals. Demonstrates leadership in support of corporate core values and customer centricity. Demonstrates adherence to the food safety HACCP plan ensuring compliance.
What It Takes: Possesses a Bachelor’s Degree in Production or Business Management or related field. Possesses one to two years of supervising or training of others. Possesses knowledge of Shop Floor Control which includes BSOP, engineering standards, line layout, and crewing. Possesses the ability to plan, problem solve, continuous improvement, and optimize resources. Possesses a high level of computer skills which include Word and Excel. Able to communicate both verbally and in writing effectively. Able to deal with a variety of employees and vendors. Possesses strong organizational skills for planning and scheduling purposes.