Plant Manager Trainee (Full Time)

Description

PLANT MANAGER TRAINEE

HOW TO APPLY

Please send cover letter and resume to hr@haico.ca.

Application Deadline: Applications will remain open until a suitable candidate is identified.

Preference will be given to qualified Haida applicants. Only applicants to be interviewed will be contacted.

The Plant Manager Trainee will be working with the Acting Plant Manager to learn the fundamentals of Fish Plant Operations. This position leads to the Plant Manager position.

Both will work together to ensure effective plant operations and to meet the needs of our customers and our financial goals. Reporting to HaiCo, the Plant Manager/Trainee assists in building capacity through optimizing systems and people to achieve its goals. Plant Manager/Trainee trains and schedules employees to ensure efficient production and quality control to support good sales outcomes.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

Plant Manager Trainee

POSITION TYPE: FULL TIME SEASONAL (ENDS NOVEMBER 15, 2020)

LOCATION: MASSET PLANT

POSITION SUMMARY

The Plant Manager Trainee will be working with the Acting Plant Manager to learn the fundamentals of Fish Plant
Operations. This position leads to the Plant Manager position. Both will work together to ensure effective plant operations
and to meet the needs of our customers and our financial goals. Reporting to HaiCo, the Plant Manager/Trainee assists in
building capacity through optimizing systems and people to achieve its goals. Plant Manager/Trainee trains and schedules
employees to ensure efficient production and quality control to support good sales outcomes.

KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

§ Manage and coordinate the daily operations of the production area of the plant, including effectively scheduling,
training, and assigning duties to staff to meet production and budget targets. Takes corrective action to ensure
revenue targets are met.
§ Oversee inventory, production, plant floor layout, equipment and logistics, and work with the Acting Manager to
select suppliers. Order supplies to ensure uninterrupted production.
§ Work to implement industry standards and customer specifications for products and packaging.
§ Works to establish, document and implement production goals and operational policies and procedures, ensure
that the Preventive Control Plan (PCP) is implemented including all Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), and
implementing new SOPs where necessary for quality and inventory control. Follows Haida Wild Health and Safety
protocol.
§ Builds and maintains strong relationships with fishers, and to schedule, arrange, and oversee delivery of product.
Assist planning of production outcomes ahead of delivery of product.
§ Other related duties as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

§ Excellent organizational and people skills, with an attention to detail.
§ Goal oriented, with the ability for decision making and accountability.
§ Strong communication skills, with the ability for conflict resolution, and the ability to lead by example.
§ Ability to organize work to support success.
§ Knowledge of the seafood industry, seafood products, and safe handling procedures.
§ A willingness to learn and train, including dealing with evolving technology.

TRAINING, EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

§ Leadership experience, ideally in a seafood process and packaging environment, or similar operation.
§ Successful experience supervising employees/others.
§ Strong writing and math skills.
§ Class 5 Drivers License an asset.

HOW TO APPLY

Please send cover letter and resume to hr@haico.ca.

Application Deadline: Applications will remain open until a suitable candidate is identified.

Preference will be given to qualified Haida applicants. Only applicants to be interviewed will be contacted.