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Leads a cross functional team (Production, Engineering & Quality) to deliver Production Stream specific goals using the Kerry Production system (KPS). Responsible for recruiting, inducting and training Production Stream team members. Manages grievance and disciplinary issues as required with the support of HR as necessary. Manages the availability of labor against the plan and works with Production Stream Manager and other Production Streams to optimize labor across the site. Analyses and reports conversion performance metrics. Maintains product quality and adherence to GMP through management of the team and processes to deliver agreed product specifications as defined in quality standards and policies. Co-ordinates shift maintenance activities in conjunction with engineering team members to deliver planned, reactive and autonomous maintenance.
This role supports rotating 12 hour 3rd shift (alternating 36 hours week one; 48 week two which includes every other weekend)
First 3-6 months may support 1st shift for training purposes.