Ed Miniat, LLC Chicago , IL 60602

Posted 5 months ago

The Operator is responsible for running a specific work center and managing all operation within this area. The Operators' main goal is to provide all that is needed to allow the laborers to complete their job in a manner that focuses on safety, quality and throughput. The work center may be a single machine, activity, or a line with over 30 people. By managing a work center the Operator's responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Food safety

  • Insures all production is completed in accordance with company GMPs, HACCP, and USDA regulations, safety is a priority and quality is held above all else

Human safety

  • Create a safe working environment for all laborers and proactively manage GMPs

  • Routinely engage in LMRAs


  • Complying with all USDA and company policies including data collection, various quality tests (metal detector, etc)

  • Create all product in tight adherence to company specifications. If deviations occur they are to be brought up immediately to Leads and Supervisors

  • Proactively adjusting if any deviations occur, react quickly to eliminate Hard Hold

  • Ensure all product information is correct on packaging (stamps, time code changes, labels, etc)

  • Record NWC information where applicable and adjust targets and measurements throughout production runs


  • Properly managing the Whistle and Adage transactions; check at end of shift to ensure transactions were correct

  • Fill out any production paperwork accurately and completely


  • Run the equipment using the correct parameters or recipes

  • Preparing the workcenter to run according to the posted schedule communicated by the Lead (oils, ingredients, supplies, people, equipment set-up, etc)

  • Organizing laborers to achieve the production targets set forth by management

  • Feed the work center with all necessary materials required to run (raw material, ingredients, supplies, information, etc)


  • Ensure that all employees are properly trained to work at the work center and are taught how to do their job in a safe (food and human) manner in accordance with the SPECs

  • This includes temps and transfers from other departments

Work Center and Equipment

  • Maintain the workspace in an organized and orderly manner

  • Treating equipment with respect and reporting any equipment damage

  • Working closely with maintenance to root cause problems and creating practices to avoid damaging equipment

  • Hand-off all equipment in an organized manner to second shift

  • Practice 5S and Lean Manufacturing as it's rolled out to each department


  • Able to understand and communicate in English; bilingual Spanish preferred

  • Knowledge of GMP, HACCP and USDA regulations preferred

  • High school graduate or equivalent Math and Communication skills

  • Working knowledge of computers and ability to learn EM programs (Whistle, Adage, Excel, etc)

  • Able to work overtime and weekends as needed

Physical Requirements:

  • Able to lift in excess of 50 pounds occasionally

  • Able to tolerate cold conditions

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.

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