at Post Consumer Brands in Jonesboro, Arkansas, United States
Operations Leadership Development Program
Post Consumer Brands, the maker of Fruity Pebbles, Honey Bunches of Oats, and of one out of every five breakfasts served each day, is offering an Operations Leadership Development Program for new and recent graduates. The program provides an accelerated career development experience for participants enabling them to become part of the strong bench of Operations Leaders at Post Consumer Brands. The program consists of four rotations over a two-year timeframe typically at two different locations. Roles are determined through business need, participant interest, and committee guidance. An Executive leader sponsors each participant's development during and after the program. At the conclusion of the program, participants earn a role in one of our manufacturing or corporate locations. Program rotations may include assignments to the following roles:
Operations Supervisor- Plan, organize and coordinate work activities of operations personnel and production scheduling to meet demand requirements. Manage, prioritize, and coordinate finished product, packaging, raw material and work-in-process inventories to meet production needs, quality standards, and cost constraints.
Manufacturing Engineer- Optimization of assigned area (process or packaging) for safety, quality, and cost performance. Lead small capital / expense projects. Approve standard work for technical capability. Partner with R&D /Engineering / Packaging Engineer on product changes
Packaging Engineer- Lead commissioning of new packaging or packaging changes to manufacturing
Support ongoing packaging issues for resolution.
Continuous Improvement Engineer- Develop and deploy the Manufacturing Operations System. Partner with plant teams on CI / Operations improvement initiatives. Facilitate Cost Savings initiatives for assigned plants.
Quality Food Safety Engineer- Work with Operations and R&D to plan, design, monitor and improve quality characteristic data (product and process data) measurement, test and feedback mechanisms. Conduct statistical analysis to facilitate data-driven decision making. Support and coordinate audit activities of the manufacturing process which monitors quality and food safety systems.
Project Engineer- Lead capital projects for operations and assigned plants. Develop equipment / facility standards. Ensure compliance with corporate standards. Partner with manufacturing engineers on project execution and provide plant controls engineering support.
Supply Chain/Production Planner- Help determine what, where, when, and how much finished products to produce. Our Planners are an integral part of the Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) process, and work collaboratively with cross-functional groups to ensure high levels of service to our customers. Develop monthly supply plans, manage network production and inventory volumes, facilitate new product launches, and identify cost-saving opportunities.
Ideal candidates will have an undergraduate degree in Engineering (Manufacturing, Industrial, Chemical, Mechanical, etc.), Operations Management, Supply Chain Management/Logistics, or other related fields. They should possess strong communication skills and be adaptable to change.
In addition, candidates must:
* Have future career desires to lead people in formal leadership roles.
* Be mobile and willing to work at one of our plants in North America and our Corporate Minnesota campus.
* Be willing to move at the conclusion of the program to a location with an open role.
* Have large-scale manufacturing experience via previous internships or full time experience.
* Be available for and commit to the full two-year program.
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