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Cargill Grain & Oilseed Supply Chain consists of 11 businesses that operate on an integrated global basis. We source, trade, process and distribute grain and oilseeds. The main bulk products handled are wheat, corn, oilseeds, barley and sorghum, as well as vegetable oils, meals and ethanol. This group works closely Cargill's ocean freight and logistics business. Cargill Grain & Oilseed Supply Chain employs 20,000 people in 46 countries. We operate 245 interior silos, 28 import/export elevators, 62 crush plants and palm oil plantations in Indonesia. It also encompasses three vegetable oil refineries and numerous joint ventures. Cargill Grain & Oilseed Supply Chain has developed significant expertise in handling identity-preserved and differentiated products that sustain their distinctiveness in overseas markets. Close cooperation with our Trade and Structured Finance business unit, and the company's risk management teams adds a further range of financial and hedging products to the products and services offered. Cargill is currently recruiting for a
Production Supervisor I
The Production Supervisor with Cargill Grain and Oilseed Supply Chain North America will oversee the supervision of export terminal activities, including vessel loading, binning and stock records, stevedoring, safety, sanitation, and production employee leadership: scheduling, training, coaching, and engagement.
40% - Lead specific operational accountabilities: control room operations [vessel loading and inventory received marine operations [stevedoring and coordinating barge handling], or house operations [rail, truck, dryers, sanitation].
25% - Employees: Schedule, motivate and train employees to perform specific tasks.
25% - Operations processes: EHS, ISO, and reliability maintenance - ensuring compliance and documentation. .
10% - Special projects and initiatives.
Four year degree [industrial or electrical or agricultural technology or equivalent] OR High School equivalent and four years experience in industrial plant environment OR High School equivalent and four years service as commissioned or noncommissioned military officer
Proven leadership skills
Effective Communication [verbal, written, presentation, numeric] skills for multiple levels of Cargill and customer organizations
Successful applicants will be required to pass basic math test required of union control room console operators
Willingness/ability to work rotating shifts
2+ years previous experience leading a department
Knowledge of grain grading and warehousing regulations
Mechanical/ electrical aptitude or experience
Previous grain terminal experience
Cargill is an EEO/AA employer.
Cargill - 19 months ago
Cargill is a unique place you can grow your career, your experience and your abilities. Every day, we grow our reputation as a leading...