Job Details Description We are always looking for talented,
hardworking people to join the E.A. Sween family.
We are a family-oriented company that understands the
significance of our employees and we are successful because of our
incredibly committed team. We are looking for a Receiving Lead.
Second shift hours are mainly Monday - Friday 4:00PM - 12:30AM.
E.A. Sween is an Equal Opportunity Employer
The Receiving Lead is responsible for leading all other
employees in the receiving/bread area by ensuring that all
production, quality, policies, standard work and safety practices
are followed and adhered to at all times. This position plays an
active role in the Companys Lean initiatives.
Leadership, Training and Development
Maintains a good attendance record as well as monitors the
attendance of all pack off team employees.
Trains receiving and bread area employees in all aspects of job
including standard work, GMPs, safety, quality, etc.
Maintains a good attendance record and promotes the importance
of following the Production Attendance Points Policy with all
Ensures all employees are treated fairly in a friendly, safe,
clean and positive work environment.
Leads the receiving and bread area teams by promoting the Spirit
of EA Sween Company and creating a friendly and positive work
With guidance from production supervisor, coaches, and documents
work performance and/or policy violations.
Drive Customer and Employee Success by seeking opportunities for
Champion Change throughout the organization
Use the Spirit of EA Sween to guide decisions.
Participate in Lean activities.
Suggests additional types of employee training as it relates to
Actively supports the Supervisor on any and all continuous
Own safety within your department and throughout the facility
and promote safe work habits.
Monitor operations to ensure that employees comply with
administrative policies, procedures, safety rules and government
Successfully completes EA Sween quarterly safety training
sessions for the purpose of complying with both OSHA regulations
and EA Sween policy.
Safely operates pallet jack and or forklift in loading and
unloading supplies and equipment. Also moving from locations.
Food Safety & Quality
Follows, and ensures receiving and bread area employees follow
all GMPs, government regulations, and safety and production
Execute assigned food safety, quality and continuous improvement
activities to support any regulatory requirements and customers
Validates that all team members are following standard work 100%
of time. Coaches team to higher performance levels.
Creates any reports or paperwork required for the day.
Manages the orientation and on-the-job training of all employees
in specific work area such as: standard work, safety, GMPs and
completion of paperwork for all team members.
Receive products into system using the scanning process.
Compares the information on packing slip and purchase order to
verify accuracy of shipment.
Inspects shipments for damages and defects; record discrepancies
or damages and reports to supervisor and or purchasing.
Ensures all products are received correctly. Correct information
is entered while receiving products via the scanner or
Ensures barcodes and allergen tags are placed on raw materials
Verify the PO Receiver report daily before and after each shift
to validate what product/quantity is expected.
View open OP/ON list daily to verify all receipts are closed by
end of production date. Send updates to Purchasing/Planning groups
for materials that did not deliver.
Prepares BOLs; checks shipped items create SJ OJ-ascertain
quantities, destination and routing are correct.
Assist in the movement of products from freezer or trailer to
other locations as needed, using the scanning process.
Slack raw materials according to standard procedures.
Work with Temp-room Lead on raw materials-prioritizing
Scan BOLs into the EAS Shared Network, into the correct Supplier
Receiving product from Supplier, filling out the correct
paperwork for trailer inspection, documenting the seal number and
signing paperwork as required.
Clean and Organize freezer and storage locations, verify and
cycle count inventory.
Actively supports the bread area, receiving area as
Ability to use the following equipment:
Must have high school diploma or equivalent
Must be able to speak and communicate in English
Must have previous high speed assembly line packaging
Previous lead or supervisory experience
Must be able to operate weight scale and follow QA/QC policy and
Previous lead or supervisory experience a plus
Must be able to work well with various levels of employees and
Must be able to communicate effectively to employees and
30% of workday is spent on Temp Room floor and 70% on the
Ability to work overtime as required.
All hires will need to successfully pass a drug screen and
Zero Safety Incidences of Team Members
Meet or exceed 99% fill rates.
Must be able to work in cool conditions (35 to 45 degrees)
Must be able to be on feet majority of the day
Must be able to bend, twist, turn, push, pull
To keep our employees and guests safe, we have implemented
temperature/visual screening upon entry, have face masks available
upon request and are sanitizing work stations daily.
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discriminate against employees or applicants because they have
inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of
another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access
to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as
a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of
other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise
have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is
(a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance
of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an
investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the
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