Cell Feed Department Supervisor Job Description Sample
Feed Mill Supervisor
Pilgrim's Pride is seeking a Feed Mill Supervisor for our "City, State" location.
Oversee all activities and maintenance of a feed mill facility.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Monitor feed sampling.
Monitor preventive maintenance activities to ensure equipment and machinery are functioning properly.
Complete all paperwork and reports associated with mill.
Match feed delivery tickets, etc.
Duties include scheduling, supervision, and evaluation of work as a Supervisor or Assistant Manager. Recommends personnel actions such as hiring, terminations, and/or disciplinary actions.
Decisions are varied and may require solutions to be developed.
IMPACT OF DECISIONS:
Decisions will have a significant impact on the work area/department.
Work requires the use of a variety of procedures, policies, and/or standards. Moderate analytic ability is required in the application of guidelines, policies, and procedures and in gathering and interpreting data in cases for problems of moderate difficulty or complexity.
Solves problems by gathering, compiling, and sorting information. Problems are usually at the work unit or department level.
FREEDOM OF ACTION:
Works under limited supervision with periods of relative autonomy and general review. The position has the latitude to select techniques/processes within defined broad objectives and procedures to complete tasks. May periodically lead/supervise others.
INTERNAL; Internal communication is required on a daily basis with Clerical or Technical level positions. Communication requires moderate tact and cooperation to convey basic facts (e.g., scheduling and/or coordinating two personal calendars, resolving problems, and/or obtaining necessary information).
EXTERNAL; External communication is required on a weekly basis with Professional or Supervisor level positions. Communication requires moderate tact and cooperation to convey basic facts (e.g., scheduling and/or coordinating two personal calendars, resolving problems, and/or obtaining necessary information).
Routine discomforts from exposure to moderate heat, cold, moisture/wetness, and unpleasant air conditions. May involve routine exposure to soiled materials and light chemical substances such as cleaning solutions.
KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:
Typically requires a high school diploma or equivalent (GED).
Typically requires a minimum of 2 years of DIRECTLY RELATED experience.
Department Manager- Feed
Job Title: Department Manager- Feed
Reports To: Assistant Store Manager
Job Location: Store Location
FLSA Status: Hourly Non-Exempt
Department Managers execute the inventory maintenance (scanning outs), merchandising, pricing, stocking, and zoning strategies and practices for their department. They initiate outstanding sales and service, maintain exceptional store safety, appearance, and cleanliness. They assist customers with purchasing decisions, locating merchandise, and price questions. This position is also required to help with carry-outs and load-outs. This position requires strong leadership skills and the ability to motivate associates.
JOB DUTIES AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
Merchandise, stock, and assemble merchandise when required
Ensure quality customer service and staff supervision and training
Be familiar with standard concepts and practices within the retail environment
Train floater and associates working in your area with store standards, pricing integrity and product knowledge
Assist customers with purchasing decisions and load-outs
Keep the department organized – including recovery & safety
Develop product knowledge
Scan out, lows and overs weekly or as needed
Set POG neat, clean and orderly.
Ensure Price Busters, Advertised, and Best Value items are signed correctly
Perform cycle counts
Use general office equipment such as telephone, copy machine, fax machine, calculator, computer.
Operate Telxon gun, forklift, pallet jack, ladder, and other retail equipment.
May be required to cross train and perform other duties
1+ years management experience preferred, with knowledge of specific department.
Strong communications (written, oral and interpersonal skills)
Ability to interact with the team in a fast-paced environment, remaining flexible, proactive, resourceful and efficient.
Ability to multi-task and coordinate, analyze, observe, make decisions, and meet deadlines in a detail-oriented manner.
Ability to work independently without supervision.
Flexibility with hours: ability to work a 40-hour workweek with varied hours, days, night, and weekends as business dictates.
Ability to access and use the in-store computer, scanning system, and wireless handheld unit
Ability to participate in our online applicant and new hire on-boarding process remotely
Ability to complete computer-based training
- Direct store associates in assigned department
Good visual acuity
Ability to lift, push, and/or pull a minimum of 30 pounds repetitively and 31-50 pounds intermittently
Ability to stand and/or walk for long periods of time
Ability to use a ladder and/or pallet jack
Close vision for computer work
Repetitive wrist movements on keyboard
Ability to walk up and down stairs multiple times per day
Ability to verbally communicate effectively and professionally with all audiences (in-person or via handheld transceiver)
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential job functions.
Research Technician 2 For The Center For Cell Reprogramming, Department Of Pathology – Georgetown University Medical Center
Located in a historic neighborhood in the nation's capital, Georgetown offers rigorous academic programs, a global perspective, exciting ways to take advantage of Washington, D.C., and a commitment to social justice. Our community is a tight knit group of remarkable individuals interested in intellectual inquiry and making a difference in the world.
Research Technician 2 for the Center for Cell Reprogramming, Department of Pathology – Georgetown University Medical Center
The Research Technician 2 assists in carrying out cancer research experiments, especially generation and maintenance of patient-derived conditionally reprogrammed cell lines and 3D primary cell cultures from various tumor tissue types (e.g., salivary gland, pancreas and brain cancers; and uses zebrafish model system to isolate metastasis specific cells from primary tumors. The Research Technician 2 has duties that include but are not limited to:
Establishes primary cell cultures using patient's or mouse PDX tissue materials using conditionally reprogram cell technology.
Maintains the cultures and carry out proliferation assays.
Carries out several molecular biology techniques, such as DNA and RNA isolation from cells and tissue materials, qPCR, and gel electrophoresis for DNA and proteins.
Prepares protein cell lysates for Western blotting.
Performs immunofluorescence staining of cells and capturing images.
Images zebrafish using IF microscope.
Keeps impeccable experiments' details, experiments' results, and interpretation of data in the laboratory notebook, and presents data in the lab meetings.
Maintains computer hardware and software.
Performs routine lab jobs such as glassware washing and autoclaving, which are shared with others in the laboratory.
Bachelor's degree – Master's degree preferred
2 years of experience in tissue culture, DNA/RNA isolation, PCR, protein gels, and immunoblotting - preference for 2 years of extensive lab experience in cellular and molecular biology techniques
Preference for experience with zebrafish handling and injections in embryos
Working knowledge of immunofluorescence microscopy
Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Photoshop, and any statistical analysis software
Georgetown's Center for Cell Reprogramming pursues and promotes research on stem-like cells, with an emphasis on conditionally reprogrammed cells, adult stem cells and their relevant biological/medical applications. We serve as a nidus for faculty recruitment, for internal and external research collaborations, and for facilitating funding from the National Institutes of Health, Department of Defense, pharmaceutical companies and foundations. We currently sponsor seminars by world-class scientists to maintain the Center at the forefront of the rapidly advancing field of cell reprogramming.
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JOB RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS:
To plan and coordinate feed department personnel and operations in a manner that will optimize the company's market share and savings, improve the company's efficiency, promote safety, help achieve the company's missions and goals, and result in outstanding customer service. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Other duties may be assigned.
Work in a safe and efficient manner, according to Ag Partners' Safety Policy.
Champions safety as a leader.
Utilize good customer service skills at all times, when servicing and greeting customers, and when working with co-workers and other departments within the company.
Demonstrate work habits that develop, build, and support the team concept within the organization.
Assist in the establishment and communication of department goals with the feed team.
Monitor employee performance and ensure all employees comply and operate location equipment in a safe manner and safety policies are being followed.
Maintain quality of mixes above standards set by Ag Partners' feed team.
Coordinate daily schedule to expedite custom mixing and grinding.
Ensure equipment is maintained on a regular schedule to avoid breakdowns and anticipate and plan for major overhauls requiring shut - downs.
Coordinate with delivery team to deliver feed to customers in a safe and efficient manner.
Ensure all incoming shipments are unloaded promptly and a sample is captured with each load done by the production team.
Support training efforts for personnel and monitor employee performance.
Share in the accountability/responsibility of monthly inventory.
Coordinate/schedule time off/vacations between North and South plants.
Assists grain operations department & management as needed.
Manage budgets, transportation and ordering feed for poultry accounts.
Supports other locations as needed.
Other duties assigned and/or needed.
POSITION AVAILABLE: Immediately
LOCATION: Ag Partners (Sheldon - South)
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year College or university; or one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Additional training in supervisory skills, agronomic background and budgeting desired.
Department Chair/Associate Or Full Professor Of Biochemistry, Cell Biology & Genetics
Serves the Proposed SHSU College of Osteopathic Medicine (applicant status seeking accreditation) by planning, organizing, and directing biochemistry/cell biology/genetics sessions in collaboration with other faculty teaching in the listed disciplines. Serves as a liaison between biochemistry/cell biology/genetics faculty and administrative offices. Collaborates with other basic science and clinical faculty to create highly integrated curriculum and instructional materials, and works as a Chair of Biochemistry/Cell Biology with a variety of stakeholders including administrators, staff, students, regulatory agencies, and members of the community to develop, implement, and sustain medical education programs throughout four years.
Duties of the position will include, but are not limited to teaching clinically relevant medical biochemistry; or cell biology or genetics, scientific method and research methodology, to participating in curriculum development and implementation; serving as a mentor to junior faculty and as an academic advisor to assigned students; holding membership on COM and University committees; participation in the interview and selection process of COM students.
Chair, Department Of Cell And Regenerative Biology
We seek a recognized leader with proven leadership and management skills as well as an outstanding academic background. The Chair will provide strategic and administrative leadership of the highest quality to this distinguished department in its research, teaching, and service missions.
The School of Medicine and Public Health has a deep and profound commitment to diversity both as an end in itself but also as a valuable means for eliminating health disparities. As such, we strongly encourage applications from candidates who foster and promote the values of diversity and inclusion.
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Manufacturing Test Supervisor / Cell Leader
N2 Imaging Systems, a UTC Aerospace Systems (UTAS) company, is an acknowledged leader in the design and manufacture of compact, low power, visible and infrared imaging systems used for soldier vision enhancement, targeting, and surveillance during day, night or low-visibility conditions. Our vertically integrated company, including operations and engineering staff are experienced veterans in providing low-power, lightweight solutions for capturing imagery across the spectrum. Our passion for supporting the Warfighter and their mission demands excellence in everything we do, from the talent we recruit to the highly-engineered systems we deliver. We value people, integrity, ideas and performance.
N2 is currently seeking a highly motivated, experienced Manufacturing Test Technician Supervisor to assist in leading and directing a fast-paced and dynamic manufacturing team.
Oversight for the overall coordination of work in the Test group at our assembly and test manufacturing facility
Motivating, training and directing test technicians on the supervisor's team
This is an on-the-floor supervisory role, as a working supervisor the incumbent will be expected to learn hands-on test activities and must be able to perform the requirements of the Test Technician team, including:
Operate computer-assisted testing equipment.
Read and interpret instructions and test procedures.
Perform "hands-on" testing of complex electrical systems, occasionally at non-standard temperatures (-40C to 53C).
Run environmental chambers and vibration tables.
Accurately record results of testing on datasheets while staying organized
Critically review videos for any signs of issues of anomalies.
Critically review test performance reports
The Test Supervisor may be called upon to work directly with the Test Technician to solve problems, or fill in for off-hours and/or absences.
Manage workflow through test stations while working closely with other area leads to share and flex resources as required to meet production requirements.
Ensure employees have the tools and resources they need to work safely and effectively.
Monitor and audit area for unsafe practices and conditions.
Work with appropriate departments and people to develop work instructions for area. Ensure that work performed complies with engineering and quality standards and specifications.
Organize material flow to enhance efficiency through the test cell
Generate standard work to promote product quality
Establish training criteria and requirements for new employees
Monitor and enforce time-keeping policies
Participate in and fully support lean manufacturing initiatives
Ensure the production schedule is being updated daily as work is being completed
Comply with all safety practices, policies, general housekeeping, and established environmental guidelines.
Cell Therapy Manufacturing Supervisor
Cures Start Here. At Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, home to three Nobel laureates, interdisciplinary teams of world-renowned scientists seek new and innovative ways to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer, HIV/AIDS and other life-threatening diseases. Fred Hutch's pioneering work in bone marrow transplantation led to the development of immunotherapy, which harnesses the power of the immune system to treat cancer. An independent, nonprofit research institute based in Seattle, Fred Hutch houses the nation's first and largest cancer prevention research program, as well as the clinical coordinating center of the Women's Health Initiative and the international headquarters of the HIV Vaccine Trials Network. Careers Start Here.
The Cell Processing Facility Supervisor will provide direct technical and supervisory leadership to the group as well as indirectly to the entire cell therapy development and manufacturing organization
SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITIES
This position, reporting to the Manufacturing Manager, is responsible for leading the cGMP manufacturing team in the production of cellular and gene therapies in support of clinical research studies. The successful candidate will oversee a team of professional associates responsible for the cGMP manufacture of cell and gene therapies within the Cell Processing Facility (CPF). The successful candidate will address operational and routine challenges as they arise for Phase I/II and potentially Phase III manufacturing. Knowledge of cell culture / aseptic operations / cell and gene therapy manufacturing and support systems is essential. Demonstrated leadership and communication skills along with a strong working knowledge of the regulatory compliance requirements for the production of cell and gene therapies used in clinical studies are essential.
Responsible for daily activities required for successful operation of CPF including: ensuring batch production activities follow all documentation and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
Responsible for cGMP compliance, ensuring that all production equipment is properly working and production processes meet quality standards.
Assigns tasks to production associates to ensure completion of daily and weekly manufacturing schedules.
Responsible for training new employees on areas of technical expertise and compliance issues relevant to the manufacturing setting.
Participates in hiring, training, supervising and evaluating staff.
Develop goals for direct reports on an annual basis and routinely monitor progress against those objectives. Conduct annual performance reviews of direct reports.
Works closely with the production staff to troubleshoot process and equipment problems
Working with manufacturing and technical staff, create, revise, and edit SOPs, batch records and raw material and product specifications as needed.
Manages, plans and reviews operations for assigned staff, including responsibility for training, managing and evaluating as well as coordinating, scheduling and assigning work and maintaining facility's standards.
Maintains production schedule to meet customer and business goals.
Communicates status of operations, safety and maintenance problems, in a timely manner to Area Management
Bachelor's degree in Biology, Chemistry, or related Science major required and 2-4 years of experience in a cell therapy/biologics facility or equivalent. Relevant experience in lieu of degree acceptable.
Direct experience in aseptic processing techniques and a thorough understanding of cell therapy/gene therapy clinical manufacturing required.
Has a thorough understanding of cGMP requirements for clinical manufacturing.
Ability to work with limited supervision and to handle problems of a more difficult nature.
Excellent communication skills, both oral and written.
Ability to accurately and reproducibly perform arithmetic calculations including fractions, decimals and percentages and basic algebraic and geometric calculations.
Meets physical requirements of the job, as follows: must have the ability to lift a minimum of 50 pounds, the ability to bend, reach, stretch, climb ladders and work in tight spaces in order to complete job tasks.
Must have the ability to stand for long periods.
Must be able to wear appropriate clean room attire and have the ability to wear surgical masks and all Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
This position would be on the Monday - Thursday Evening, 11AM-9:30PM shift schedule. Shifts are 4 days/week, 10 hours/day with some occasional weekend and holiday work.
May be required to travel on rare occasions for offsite training, customer meetings and technical transfer discussions.
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Test Cell Supervisor
Eaton's Vehicle Division Headquarters is seeking a Test Cell Supervisor. The Test Cell Supervisor will be based in Galesburg, MI.
The Test Cell Supervisor will be responsible for driving common processes, tools and technical expertise across the organization, assist in defining laboratory strategy, and leveraging technical resources and assets within the Test COE lab.
Provide leadership for technician team though staffing, test scheduling, defining expectations, providing appropriate training and development opportunities, coaching, and performance management.
Leverage state of the art tools, methods and processes to improve and create common test systems, methodology, and core technical competencies across Test COE operations.
Design, document, configure, and implement complex test procedures as required on component level test stands and large dynamometers for commercial vehicle transmission testing.
Program and maintain various test stand software and programs.
Analyze data, provide insight, and report out on performance of tests and specimens.
Contribute to capital and resource demands for VG CoE testing operations.
Interact with product teams and outside suppliers on testing needs and implementation…
Perform failure analysis, investigates and troubleshoots issues, coordinates with cross functional team to ensure project objectives are met.
Prepare/review documents including cost estimates, appropriation requests, project schedules, design and instruction specifications, operating manuals, and technical reports.
Develop and improve lab procedures and advise product engineering as to test and design product improvements.
Work with product and test engineering team to design, assemble, and conduct tests to evaluate current and future products.
Support and implement Eaton's environmental, health, and safety policies and initiatives.
Bachelors of Science Degree from an accredited institution.
Minimum of 2 years of experience in manufacturing, engineering, or test environments.
Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship now and in the future.
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Physics or Computer Science from an accredited institution
Master's degree in Engineering or Business.
1 year of experience managing people.
Experience in testing powertrain components and/or systems in a lab environment.
Experience in collecting and analyzing test data.
Experience in software development (C, VB, LabVIEW, etc.).
Experience with Controller Area Networks (e.g. SAE-J1939).
Experience with test stands and large dynamometers.
Willing to travel up to 10% of the time.
Demonstrate use of unique skills and technical knowledge to lead multiple projects while working with regional and global lab teams.
Understand and incorporate external trends into relevant projects.
Cell Supervisor (C-130 Psi) Elizabeth City, NC
CONTINGENT UPON AWARD OF CONTRACT
The Cell Supervisor must have three years documented management experience for depot level maintenance for C-130 or similar aircraft type within the past ten years at a facility conducting depot maintenance on multiple aircraft at the same time.
It is highly desired that these individuals have an extensive knowledge of USCG aeronautical engineering policy as out lined in Commandant Instruction Manual CIM 13020.1 (series) and Process Guide PG-85-00-1 1 OA.
Bachelor's degree in a related field, plus 2 years of documented management experience for depot level maintenance for C-130 or similar aircraft type at a facility conducting depot maintenance on multiple aircraft at the same time OR Associate's degree in a related field, plus 6 years of documented management experience for depot level maintenance for C-130 or similar aircraft type at a facility conducting depot maintenance on multiple aircraft at the same time OR High School diploma or Equivalent, plus 10 years of documented management experience for depot level maintenance for C-130 or similar aircraft type at a facility conducting depot maintenance on multiple aircraft at the same time.
Must be able to work in aircraft hangar environment.
Must be able to climb/board aircraft. Must be able to bend, stoop, balance, kneel, crouch, reach, grasp. Must be able to walk for long distances moving from one work site to another.
Must be able to work primarily with fingers such as for typing. Must be able to communicate effectively. Substantial movements (motions) of the wrists, hands, and/or fingers.
Must be able to lift/maneuver up to 20 pounds. Must have close visual acuity to perform activities such as preparing and analyzing data and figures, viewing a computer terminal, extensive reading, visual inspection involving small defects or small parts. Must be able to work in extreme heat.
Will be subject to noise and hazards such as proximity to moving mechanical parts, moving vehicles, electrical current, working on scaffolding and high places, exposure to high heat. Subject to atmospheric conditions such as fumes, odors, dust, mists, gases, or poor ventilation. Must be able to work in narrow aisles or passageways.
Equal Opportunity Employer – minorities / females / veterans / individuals with disabilities / sexual orientation / gender identity.
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