General Production Manager III
Tyson Foods - Center, TX

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This position is responsible for the total operation of the assigned business unit. The position reports directly to the production manager. This position is responsible for the efficient and safe manufacturing of quality products in a manner that is consistent with company policies and procedures. This includes providing supervisors with information, materials, and training, enabling them to produce the highest quality product possible, monitoring records for attendance, payroll, production, safety and ergonomics, TQM, monitoring and promoting new ideas and encouraging the development of ideas from Team Members. Other responsibilities include overseeing the daily operation of their assigned area or responsibility and analyzing non-routine problems and offering recommendations for solutions to the Plant Manager; Insure compliance with USDA, Federal and State Regulations; Maintain entire operation of their assigned area, including but not limited to, safety, production yields, quality, Team Member relations, turnover and absenteeism, discipline, payroll, staffing, and line speeds.


Education: Education beyond high school including special training, vocational school, and/or college courses, or equivalent experience.

Experience: 3 plus years general knowledge of production techniques, procedures, product yields and quality, and USDA and OSHA regulations. Poultry processing (tray pack) management experience preferred.

Computer Skills: Basic computer skills, such as Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel.

Communication Skills: Strong communication skills with bilingual skills preferred.

Travel: As required.

Position-Specific Requirements
This is the 2nd shift cut-up GPM position.

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With its bullish attitude, Tyson is more than chicken. One of the largest US chicken producers, Tyson'sĀ  Fresh MeatsĀ division makes...