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Compensation Type: This is an hourly, non-exempt role. IABC covers 60% of the cost of medical, dental and vision insurance for all full-time employees. After 1 year we encourage you to join our 401k and take advantage of a company match of 100% of your first 3% contribution and a 50% match for your next 2% contribution. IABC proudly offers an annual bonus based on company profits. We also provide employees with 15 days of paid time off plus 9 paid company holidays, a monthly cell phone allowance, and an annual allowance for personal protective equipment (like steel toed boots or prescription safety glasses).
Location: Garnerville and Beacon
Reports to: Head Brewer
Supervisory Roles: This role will supervise a team of Packaging Operators on a day-to-day basis but does not have any direct reports.
Schedule: The anticipated schedule for this role is Monday-Friday 7am-3pm or 8am-4pm. Requires flexibility for early mornings or nights and weekends in order to fill in scheduling gaps and perform maintenance during off hours as needed.
Job Summary: The Packaging Supervisor will work with and direct the packaging team(s) in order to accomplish packaging goals in a manner that prioritizes safety, quality, and efficiency. The Packaging Supervisor will meet quality benchmarks as set forth by the Director of Brewing Operations including recording and maintaining all relevant data and information. The Packaging Supervisor must communicate effectively and work across departments, maximize productive uptime, be creative and flexible, and maintain an example of leadership to their supervisees.
- Oversee all packaging operations including, but not limited to: Keg cleaning and filling, can filling operations in both Garnerville and Beacon.
- Provide an example of leadership and hold packaging team members accountable for their performance, including: Safety, best quality practices, productivity, and positive contributions to the team
- Ensure Quality control measures are met on the packaging line. Direct and perform CO2 and DO measurement at all critical stages. Ensure seam integrity through regular teardown and inspection.
- Record all relevant data and ensure logs are filled out completely. Utilize packaging efficiency reports to make improvements based on data
- Ensure SOP’s are followed and develop novel SOP’s where they are necessary
- Scheduling and staffing of packaging personnel and operations at both locations including production line changeovers. Ensure cross departmental communication regarding schedule. Fill in as a packaging operator as necessary.
- CIP of all associated packaging equipment and manual cleaning of all work surfaces, packaging spaces and floors.
- Handle dangerous chemicals according to safe practice, SDS, and IABC SOP’s
- Maintain safe and effective operation of all associated packaging equipment in coordination with the Maintenance and Facilities Manager. Troubleshoot equipment anomalies and control operational downtime.
- Work with Supply Chain Manager to maintain proper packaging inventory is on hand
- Work with Head Brewer and relevant warehouse staff to track finished goods on hand and in process
- Assist in the installation and commissioning of new equipment
- Operate forklifts, pallet jacks, and hand trucks.
- Maintain positive working relationships with relevant vendors.
- Computer Literacy (MS Word, Excel, Obeer. Ability to learn and navigate HMI’s and Automation software)
- Ability to prioritize and multitask to independently manage time
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Ability to work autonomously while respecting shared space
- Flexibility and adaptability, openness, and willingness to learn
- Attention to detail and organizational skills
- Experience and confidence using specialty hand tools
- Strong troubleshooting, mechanical, and problem-solving skills
- Dedication to cleanliness and quality
Other Required characteristics:
- Set an example for staff with respect to punctuality, attitude, and professional behavior.
- Foster an atmosphere of inclusivity, open communication, attention to detail, accountability, and mutual respect.
- Forklift operator
- Course work or certification in Craft beer packaging or Facilities and Maintenance preferred
- GED or High school equivalent
- Prior experience and proven record in a Supervisory Packaging role in a manufacturing facility.
- Craft beer and beverage experience a major plus
- 21 years of age or older
- Valid NYS driver’s license, clean driving record
- Able to twist, bend, kneel, work in a loud, wet factory environment every shift
- Able to regularly lift/carry 44-pound boxes
- Able to regularly lift/carry 55-pound bags above waist level
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