Director Of Operations

International Search Consultants Chicago , IL 60290

Posted 2 months ago

Director of Operations

ISCs team of Food and Beverage Recruiters is partnering with a national fresh produce company to identify an experienced and innovative Director of Operations for their Fresh-Cut Division.Location is flexible with remote work available.The Director of Operations will be responsible for providing leadership to the fresh-cut operations. The right candidate will have experience with management, KPIs, food safety, maintenance, production, logistics, and sales. Exceptional culture with warm and caring leadership!

Director of Operations Do you have the following?

  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in food production
  • Produce/Fresh-Cut experience preferred
  • Intellectual elasticity ability to lead and manage within a complex environment
  • Experience in managing capital expenditures
  • Open to regular travel throughout the US, Canada, and Mexico
  • Bi-lingual Spanish/English a plus

Director of Operations If you qualify for this opportunity, the company offers:

  • Base salary of $150,000 or more based on experience and salary history
  • Generous annual bonus tied to overall company performance
  • Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, 401k, Vacation, PTO
  • Exciting, fun work environment with extremely low turnover rate!

Director of Operations Heres the basics:

  • Develop and implement benchmarks, policies, processes, and procedures to minimize costs while improving quality
  • Partner with Food Safety team
  • Work with the Fresh-Cut Sales Division to ensure production can meet demand
  • Create, track, and manage KPIs for each facility
  • Track inventory, forecast needs, implement preventative maintenance, and monitor food safety

How to Apply:

Please contact Kara Onorato, International Search Consultants at
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