CHS/TEMCO has an exciting opportunity in our Grain Marketing Division. We are looking for a Production Supervisor to manage and provide direct supervision of export terminal activities, at our facility in Kalama, WA. You must be detail oriented with excellent communication skills, both verbal and written; and the ability to effectively manage change and make independent decisions.
Assist the Assistant Terminal Manager and Terminal Manager with daily operations of facility to ensure housekeeping, safety and compliance are adhered to and take corrective action as needed.
Manage loading/unloading operations of grain, bin the products properly, communicate with rail/barge dispatching representatives, load out products meeting contract requirements and understand FGIS standards and methods.
Employee Supervision: Provide work direction, training, and cross-training for all production and laborer positions and assist with evaluating employee performance.
Participate and conduct employee and contractor orientation: review facility rules, safety policies and programs, regulations and operational processes.
Adhere to all hiring and termination practices outlined in labor contract and legal standards. Maintain all required documentation.
Monitor and ensure compliance with Environmental Health and Safety programs to meet all corporate and governmental regulations. Maintain all required documentation.
Assist the Assistant Terminal Manager and Terminal Manager in incident and near miss investigations.
Provide a safe and environmentally sound working environment for employees.
Maintain working knowledge of Federal, State, and Local regulation pertaining to the operation of the grain elevator industry.
Work with FGIS on daily and quarterly basis, regarding safety and housekeeping inspections and compliance.
Collaborate with supervisors to eliminate reoccurring housekeeping and operational problems or inefficiencies.
Troubleshoot causes of operational problems and oversee coordination of proactive and reactive activities on a day to day basis.
Perform other duties as assigned by Assistant Terminal Manager and Terminal Manager.
Cultivate and promote a strong safety culture and follow all safety policies, procedures and regulations. Identify and communicate workplace hazards and correct or seek assistance in correcting unsafe actions or conditions.
Bachelor's degree and 3 years of Terminal Operations experience OR Associate's degree and 7 years of Terminal Operations experience
Terminal Operations experience to include:
Maintenance and/or Production operations and management
Environmental Health & Safety experience
Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
Ability to work flexible hours (including nights, weekends and holidays)
Grain Terminal Operations experience
Knowledge of grain grading and warehousing regulations