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Senior Retail Account Manager, Fresh Pork Sales
Build your career. Challenge the process. Collaborate & Engage
Build your career with Clemens Food Group and be a part of an exciting, collaborative, team environment.
At Clemens Food Group, we want you to constructively challenge and have your ideas heard. We are looking for diverse individuals who push the limits and think outside the box!
Clemens Food Group realizes that our team members are the key to our success. Come be a part of our team and see your ideas in action!
Strategic Account and Growth Opportunity Management
Identify and align team to grow targeted Retail CustomersAccount management for key strategic accounts and growth opportunities
Ensure strategic one page for assigned strategic customers
Coordinating to drive category management activities to drive customer value
Participate in key customer business reviews with plan to align on strategy and drive account growth
Ensure execution of customer strategy using identified KPI's to track results
Product and Inventory Management
Maintain active growth pipeline for assigned product categories and establish KPI's to track
Establish and execute on out front pricing and inventory position and track progress towards for assigned product categories
Establish pricing guidelines for assigned categories based on supply / demand needs in marketplace and inventory position
Oversight and execute of forecasting process to ensure production/dry goods supply needs are in place to meet demand
Responsible for driving margin results that exceed plan for assigned product families
Based on areas of opportunity, establish a trade up strategy to drive margin improvement and manage progress towards
Actively engage and drive Strategic inventory planning based on pipeline activity and return
Channel Support & Insights
Equip Business Development team to support sales channel
Drive marketing support needs for fresh pork to support
Review fresh channel kpi's and adjust strategy to improve
Interface with Channel leadership to align resources to support Fresh Pork growth
Develop best practice assortment and application trends in the channel and provide tools to share with customers
Participate in cross functional task forces as available
Participate and inspire team to participate in Leadership Development ProgramsParticipate in Clemens Food Group sponsored personal growth programs
- Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university• Minimum of 3-5 years experience in sales with a strong customer centered focus• Export knowledge is preferred• Ability and willingness to recognize and respond to new concepts• Excellent written/verbal communication/presentation skills• Multi-task oriented and a team player• Ability to excel in a fast-paced environment where change and growth are part of the culture• Strong MS Excel, Word, and PowerPoint skills preferred• Ability to travel from time to time• Strong problem solving skills and attention to detail• Lead through example • Must possess a positive Attitude
Manager R&D- Consumer Value Added Pork And Beef
TITLE: Manager Research & Development – Consumer Value Added Pork and Beef
SUMMARY: The primary responsibility of this role is the creation of new fresh pork and beef products that are packaged to be sold in Retail and Club Channels. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Develops new pork and beef products leveraging expertise in food chemistry, food ingredient functionality and experimental design.
Translates consumer needs into product innovation and renovation.
Independently completes research projects to design, develop and improve new and existing product portfolio.
Provides product costs based on commodities, ingredients, and product formulations.
Responsible for sourcing ingredients and leveraging vendor expertise in ingredient functionality.
Creates product samples by working with various plant production equipment, such as grinders, injectors, massagers, dicers, slicers, or chillers, etc.
Tests ideas on processing or packaging attributes that would improve product performance or desirability.
Develop and maintain product specification, ingredient statements, allergen information and formulas for seasoning blends and non-meat ingredients; then incorporate respective information into the label design process as needed.
Manages and oversees R&D technical functions such as sensory, shelf life testing, legal label claims, product/packaging improvements etc.
Participates in plant trials and works with new product start-ups - ensure products are made to spec.
Works with production plant personnel on scale up of new products. Suggest initial order quantities for ingredients and packaging, obtain cost of materials
Act as a technical resource to answer questions about current and new products, plant capabilities, labeling regulations.
Present new products to customers; Presentation often involves cooked preparation of multiple items or full meals
Prepare product samples and ship to customers as requested.
General awareness of USDA regulations, restricted/limited ingredients and approved processing procedures.
Optimizes cost/quality and process improvements contributing to increased product quality and profitability for the business.
Designs tests, interpret results and recommend next steps in product development
Assists QA/QC in the analysis of product that generates customer complaints.
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS INCLUDE:
Ability to work in accordance with safety and food safety policies
Intermediate ability in Microsoft Office products, specifically Microsoft Excel
Interpersonal and team skills for working with employees at all levels both internal and external
EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE:
Education: BS or Master's in Meat Science/Food Science or related.
Experience: 5-7 years in fresh pork or beef product development in a production or related facility
Microsoft Office applications
Business Analyst - Pork
The JBS Pork team is seeking a Business Analyst to be based at our Corporate Office in Greeley, CO
Maintain/develop databases containing information from various sources to meet the needs of the business
Generate reports/analytics using data contained in the databases
Create timely ad-hoc reports on an as needed basis
Assist management of IT planning
Analyze sales, operations, and integrated data to identify potential areas of opportunity
Assist plant operations with yield, expense, and labor initiatives
Collaborate with management to provide reporting and analysis
Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Ag Business, Mathematics, Statistics, Accounting, Finance, Economics, or related field
Industry experience desirable
Excellent skills in Microsoft Excel required
Experience with SAP, and specifically Business Objects, desirable
Acute attention to details
Strong ability to use logic and excellent problem solving skills
Ability to work independently and be flexible
Excellent analytical skills along with the ability to find a simple solution to a complex problem
Ability to thrive in a fast paced, highly dynamic environment
SUMMARY: This position is part of a group of Team Members who are committed to supplying cost competitive, high quality product by taking care of people, achieving operational and environmental excellence, managing risks and exceeding customer expectations in a workplace that provides for individual dignity and respect.
This position is responsible for all aspects of the business at the farm level for a 2,500 sow unit facility. Position is responsible for the production of ahigh quality product in a timely manner while maintaining a safe work place and clean environment. This position is also responsible for the training of the team members respective to the facility.
Specific duties include directing and providing leadership to all farm Team Members, all costs and production volumes at the farm level including spending/budgeting, the safety of all farm Team Members and the biosecurity of the unit and farm; all environmental issues including pit and lagoon level compliance, water and air quality, waste removal and reporting. Other requirements are ensuring Customer Satisfaction including PQA (Pork Quality Assurance) as well as facility and dwelling maintenance; implementing and monitoring policies and procedures including standard operating guidelines and human resources policies and procedures; reporting production numbers, environmental numbers, safety issues, accidents and human resources issues timely and accurately as well as any other duties that may arise. REQUIREMENTS: Education:
Bachelor's degree or equivalent. Experience: 2 or more years of experience managing a live swine production facility; a complete knowledge of the animal flow, processing, ventilation, feeding and vaccination protocols. Computer
Basic computer skills. Communication
Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Special Skills: Ability to build working relationships with other Team Members that foster open communication, increased productivity and safety. Supervisory: This position is responsible for managing several groups of Team Members who perform like activities. Travel: 0-6 times per year for training purposes.
Waterloo Pork Plant
SUMMARY: This position is responsible for managing instruments, scales, fork trucks, skinners, case sealers, tray formers and wizard knives and processing/slaughter equipment. Other responsibilities include: safety, downtime, budget tracking, product quality and food safety; schedule maintenance crews and production work orders; logging and record keeping; any additional assignment deemed appropriate by the supervisor.
REQUIREMENTS: Education: Bachelor's degree preferred orequivalent combination of education and experience.
Experience: 3 + years' experience or background in industrial maintenance; strong working knowledge of hydraulics, high/low electrical voltage systems, pneumatics and fabrication skills.
Computer Skills: Basic computer skills.
Communication Skills: Good verbal and written communication skills. Special
Display sound judgment, leadership, and organizational skills; ability to accept and delegate responsibility. Supervisory: This position is responsible for supervising a group of personnel who perform somewhat identical and related tasks or activities
Live Pork Feed Mill Supervisor
PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR FEED MILL
JBS Pork, LLC has an opportunity for a Production Supervisor at our Centralia, MO Feed Mill.
As a PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR you will lead the Centralia, MO Production Team to produce swine nutrition products as efficiently and as safely as possible while meeting all of corporate and government guidelines. You will be responsible for the daily operation of the feed mill, ingredient receiving, feed production and feed delivery. Coordinates feed hauling with transportation Company. Responsible for Quality Assurance and Food Safety programs. Lead safety, housekeeping and continuous improvement efforts. Supervises Feed Mill Techs directly and is responsible for their performance evaluations.
- 40% Production Scheduling and Control: To schedule and control the production process following existing protocols, production records and controls. Conduct processes and lead people in order to meet hourly/daily goals and produce our products safely and as efficiently as possible while meeting all other Corporate and Business Unit guidelines. To develop and coach all employees. To consistently do precisely what we intended to do by conforming to requirements.
- 30% Personnel Direct Supervision, Production work & Feed delivery coordination: Supervise and coach Feed Mill Techs. Keep Site Manager timely informed of success stories and challenges related to personnel. Coordinate all steps in the production process to maximize capacity. Monitor Feed Orders and assure proper execution in order to deliver feed on time. Coordinates with contracted Transportation Company regarding feed deliveries.
- 10% Program Management: Assists the Site Manager with implementation and monitoring of Milling Programs.
- 10% Customer Service: To coordinate with Feed Desk, Field Managers and Producers on Feed Deliveries and Feed Quality.
- 10% Other Assigned Duties: Works closely with the Site Manager in specific implementations or special projects.
Essential Functions / Requirements
HS Diploma or equivalent 2 years' previous supervisory experience in feed milling, or 5+ years previous supervisory experience in other Manufacturing environment
Effective leadership skills
Excellent communication skills (verbal or written)
Ability to organize multiple tasks and priorities
Ability to work effectively within a team
Intermediate proficiency in MS Office Tools
Safety training courses completed (OSHA or company required)
Ability to work in a manufacturing environment, climbing ladders, lifting up to 60lbs
Right to work in the U.S not based solely on possession of a student visa or visa sponsored by a third party employer
Less than 5% travel
Bachelor Degree or 5 years industry experience
Previous experience in livestock industry
Feed Mill Management experience
Experience in construction / projects
Knowledge of Labor Relations and ability or organize and motivate people
Past performance shows highly developed leadership skills
Proficient in using of AgriStats
Proficient in using available resources of Feed Mill Management
30 Hour Construction Safety Course (OSHA)
Vice President, Fresh Pork Sales
Build your career. Challenge the process. Collaborate & Engage.
Build your career with Clemens Food Group and be a part of an exciting, collaborative, team environment. At Clemens Food Group, we want you to constructively challenge and have your ideas heard.
We are looking for diverse individuals who push the limits and think outside the box! Clemens Food Group realizes that our team members are the key to our success. Come be a part of our team and see your ideas in action!
The Vice President of Fresh Pork Sales is responsible overall execution and success of Fresh Pork Business Unit across all channels and comprises over $1B in annual revenue. The position is responsible for both fresh pork and rendered materials as well as domestic and export sales.
As a Vice President of Fresh Pork Sales, you will be empowered to:
1.Ensure alignment and definition of all roles with clear expectations & KPIs for team members.2. Responsible for develop brand positioning, and communicating the Clemen's point of difference and working with Marketing on promotional activity 3. Recommend vision/direction regarding fresh pork sales, rendering sales and international sales by plant ( Coldwater and Hatfield ). 4. Sell in new items and existing voids 5. Create key performance indicators for areas and team that drive improved profit for the Fresh Pork Business Unit 6. Ensure that process is in place to control inventory and maximize value. 7. Serve as advisor in the development of organizational-sponsored leadership programs. 8. Ensure team member development and growth opportunities are built across all levels of the team.Qualifications• Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university • Minimum of 3-5 years experience in sales with a strong customer centered focus • Export knowledge is preferred • Ability and willingness to recognize and respond to new concepts • Excellent written/verbal communication/presentation skills • Multi-task oriented and a team player • Ability to excel in a fast-paced environment where change and growth are part of the culture• Strong MS Excel, Word, and PowerPoint skills preferred • Ability to travel from time to time • Strong problem solving skills and attention to detail • Lead through example • Must possess a positive attitude
North American Pork Trader
About AJC International:
AJC is a world leader in frozen and refrigerated food products, marketing poultry, pork, meat, seafood, vegetables and fruits around the globe. Our products and customers are located across more than 140 countries on six continents. Our multicultural workforce represents over 34 nationalities speaking more than 23 languages. For more than 40 years, we have focused on one goal — making our clients more successful. To learn more about AJC, visit our website at www.ajcfood.com
AJC is looking for a results driven North American Pork Trader interested in advancing their sales career with an international company and top exporter of frozen protein products in the U.S. The North American Pork Trader will be responsible for generating profitable purchases for assigned destination countries according to established plan metrics. This is accomplished with position trading and by maintaining and growing current supplier account base. The ideal candidate should be an energetic and experienced commodity trader who is motivated by a challenge.
Essential Tasks and Responsibilities:
Handles Designated Supply Base (as assigned)
Maintains daily contact with designated suppliers, collects offers on product available.
Direct and lead supplier negotiations.
Targets our share of purchases and monitors results.
Maintains records of producer/profile.
Monitors competitors' activities with these suppliers.
Makes personal plant visits.
Develops personal relationships with various industry representatives.
Handles Designated Destination Region
Understands destination regions business and usage of products we sell; knows our share and competitors.
Maintains frequent contact with selling traders
Generates desired gross profit in total and per region
Maintains clears records of information vital to relationship.
Visits destination markets yearly (as necessary).
Maintains Supplier Contracts: Costs, Conditions, and Documents
Understands AJC costing system.
Maintains reference of applicable rates.
Knows all possible transportation alternatives origin to destination.
Positions trading within established limits and liquidating practices.
Responsible for fully specifying product and contract terms at time of purchase in writing to avoid disputes and claims.
Participates in negotiating claims.
Prudently negotiates long-term contracts limiting exposure.
Assists in contract discrepancies and payments to suppliers
Education & Experience:-Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, or a related business field.
5 to 7 minimum years of position trading, commodity trade, and frozen protein purchasing experience required.
Previous commodity sales experience is preferred.
Essential Skills & Abilities:
Excellent understanding of current applications and trends in international trade.
Detail oriented in workflow processes and resolution.
Self-motivated and independent thinker.
Ability to exercise strong judgment in analyzing, appraising, evaluating and solving problems of a difficult procedural or departmental nature.
Proficient Computer and Microsoft Office skills
Additional Candidate RequirementsEducation:Bachelor'sExperience:5-7 years
Preferred Language Skills:
Vendor Specialist – Beef & Pork Quality – North America (2018361)
This position is responsible for performing the day-to-day functions within the vendor quality performance management group with a focus on beef and pork vendors. Responsibilities include administering the vendor approval program, maintaining approved vendor lists and supporting documentation, and providing both vendors and manufacturing facilities with support to ensure that established quality standards are met. This position will work with R&D, Process Team, Operations, Procurement, Risk Management, Accounting and other QA groups throughout the organization.
MAJOR POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES (i.e., Policies, procedures, goals, etc. for which you are responsible.)
Develop and manage vendor approval process that would include development and maintenance of policies and procedures for current and new beef, import beef, and pork vendors.
Communicate vendor expectations and purchase specifications to current and potential vendors and maintain vendor responses.
Maintain a list of approved vendors and communicate the list to other functional areas (Procurement, R&D, business units, etc.) for beef, import beef, and pork.
Conduct regular vendor plant facility reviews with vendors regarding performance data and the vendor's ability to meet OSI and customer specific expectations.
Monitor data within the vendor performance tracking systems (or ranking) and produce and distribute reports that alert management of trends.
Develop and implement "Natural" and "Traceable" verification activities to be conducted as part of vendor site visit reviews.
Collaborate with manufacturing facilities to evaluate and document vendor performance issues; manage follow-up on corrective and preventive measures.
Support plant and corporate quality teams in managing emerging quality and food safety risks related to vendors and raw material supply.
Maintain third-party audit results and supplier status (e.g., animal welfare, food safety, GMP's, customer specified addendums, and new supplier approval process).
Provide recommendations to management where insufficient audit or visit results have been identified.
Provides ongoing coaching and training to supply partners by sharing best practices and finding solutions to identified issues.
Other duties as assigned.
Minimum BS in Animal Science, Meat Science, Food Science or related field required.
Minimum 3 years of meat harvest / fabrication plant experience in Quality Assurance required
Ability to communicate clearly and effectively, verbally and in writing, with all levels within the organization and with external vendors.
Working knowledge of quality assurance, food safety, food manufacturing processes, technologies or other relevant areas of responsibility
Strong relationship skills necessary to achieve successful partnerships and collaborations, both internally and externally, with diverse workgroups.
Relevant experience with government regulatory requirements in food processing
Travel will be 25-50% of time.
OSI believes all persons have the right to be treated with dignity and respect. It is the policy of OSI to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, national origin, gender, race, color, religion, pregnancy, gender identity, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, disability, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. All applicants will receive consideration for employment based on merit, qualifications and business needs. OSI participates in the E-Verify program.
Sr Manager, Procurement - Pork
The Kraft Heinz Company is revolutionizing the food industry – we will be the most profitable food company powered by the most talented people with unwavering commitment to our communities, leading brands and highest product quality in every category in which we compete. As a global powerhouse, Kraft Heinz represents over $26 billion in revenue and is the 5th largest food and beverage company in the world. At Kraft Heinz, to be the BEST food company, growing a BETTER world is more than a dream – it is our GLOBAL VISION. To be the best, we want the best – best brands, best practices and, most importantly, the best people.
It's a Question of Taste
Do more, be more. Whatever your aspirations, experience something exceptional at Kraft Heinz. We'll give you the freedom to determine your own direction and deliver in your own style. Outperform our expectations and you'll move forward faster than you ever thought possible. Come ready to dream. Come eager to grow.
Get a taste of what your career could be at kraftheinzcompany.com/careers.
The Sr. Manager, Pork Category supports the Director of Meat Procurement in developing and maintaining both Pork Procurement strategies as well as a sales plan for bacon Ends & Pieces. Activities include cost modeling, industry and market analysis, business needs assessment and perform analytics (bid events, negotiations, freight and contracting).
Sale of Ends & Pieces – Annually develop, recommend, implement & execute the sales plan in consideration of supply/demand of Ends & Pieces, a by-product of Kraft Heinz bacon production. The purpose of the sales plan includes delivering year over year revenue improvement and minimizing financial risk. Develop sales & inventory budgets and manage to annual plans. Work closely with Supply Management, Formulations Team, Supply Chain Finance and the Kraft Heinz factory. Responsible for execution of all domestic and export sales activities such as; customer price and volume negotiations, customer relationships, project management, order entry through delivery, claims, complaints, issue resolution, inventory turns, minimizing write offs and service levels. Control and lead issue resolution working with the factory, quality assurance, transportation and accounting as required.
Pork Procurement – Develop and maintain sourcing strategies for the pork category to include overall market, industry and supply base analysis, category and supplier segmentation, sourcing activity facilitation, bid analysis, negotiations, contracting and implementation. The materials that comprise the Pork Category include Bellies, Ham and Pork Trim. Sourcing activities may include joint process improvements, volume concentration, price/cost optimization and global sourcing where applicable. The role requires constant engagement with suppliers and internal stakeholders in the Refrigerated Business Unit to drive project execution as well as supplier performance KPI's including order fill, resolution of quality and claims issues and generation of market intelligence. The role works closely with Supply Management (who place Purchase Orders on behalf of factories), Product Supply (who plan factory production based), Marketing, R&D, Quality Assurance, Manufacturing and Animal Welfare in support of the category. This individual may also serve in a liaison role representing Meat procurement and providing category expertise on cross-functional teams.
Perform spend, contract and market analysis for assigned categories
Conduct bid events, negotiate with suppliers, prepare bid analysis and make sourcing recommendations to the Director including qualification of new suppliers as needed
Generate materials as needed for presentations, workshops and negotiations
Communicate sourcing decisions to stakeholders and management
Provide necessary inputs for supply agreements and monitor compliance
Manage supplier performance and supplier relationships
Ensure adherence and compliance to procurement processes and policies
Develop and execute sourcing strategies for assigned categories
Drive aggressive productivity goals and create pipeline of projects
Capacity planning and business continuity plans
Support supplier audits and ensure Supplier Quality Expectations compliance
Manage cold storage capacity planning for commodity hedge programs and supply assurance
Bachelor's degree required (Accounting/Finance, Ag Economics, Engineering, Meat Science, Supply Chain/Procurement preferred)
Minimum 5 years of experience required (Meat or Commodity Industry experience preferred)
Strong analytical skills (statistics, economics, modeling, strong Excel capabilities)
Organizational skills (handling workload and complexity)
Presentation skills (proficiency in Power Point and comfortable presenting to groups)
Ability to interface with all levels of management in a wide variety of business situations
Negotiations and influencing skills
Strong communication, relationship building and interpersonal skills
Problem solving, issue resolution and decision making skills
Proficient in MS Office, Excel and PowerPoint. Experience with SAP a plus
Commodity/risk management experience desired
Kraft Heinz is an EO employer - Minorities/Women/Vets/Disabled and other protected categories.
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