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Spangler Candy is a fourth generation family-owned private company that has been making candy since 1906. The candy industry is both fun and challenging, and we will continue to succeed in the future by following the principles that have been established and guided our actions since our founding in 1906. Spangler Candy Basic Beliefs: Be Honest, Be Practical, Be Market-wise and Be Independent.
Iconic Brands: Dum Dums, Marshmallow Peanuts, Saf-T-Pops and Candy Canes
Talented Employees: Over 5,700 years of candy making experience in our current workforce. Spangler Candy currently employs over 400 individuals.
Competitive Benefits: Incentive program, shift premiums, health, dental, vision, company-paid Basic Life and AD&D, paid vacations, holidays and retirement programs.
Tuition Reimbursement: Reimburse 100% of tuition and one-half book costs.
Wellness: Wellness incentive programs, health management resources, and company provided YMCA membership.
Commitment to Community: We are a positive force in the communities where we do business.
Work-Life Balance: Family, life and work balance is important.
Technology: State of the art manufacturing facility with the latest food production and packaging automation equipment.
Spangler Candy Company has an opening for a Production Supervisor 3rd shift. Ideal candidate will possess 2+ years of manufacturing supervision. Exposure to maintenance and machine troubleshooting is desired.
Primary responsibilities include assuring effective supervision of manufacturing processes, managing line efficiencies and providing leadership to shift personnel. Assure safety, quality and customer satisfaction standards are achieved.
Successful candidate will possess ability to coach, mentor and develop skill sets of employees in a world class food manufacturing environment. High awareness and strong commitment to plant safety, food safety and quality. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Possess a positive, supportive and team oriented attitude. Use logic to analyze, problem solve, explore alternatives and purpose quality solutions. Proactive style and effectively take action to develop appropriate solutions. Experience in food safety and sanitation a plus. Strong computer proficiency in MS Office.
Repairs, rebuilds and troubleshoots process equipment on the production floor and throughout the plant. Responsible for maintenance and adjustment of equipment to provide a quality product at an efficient, productive level. Works closely with the production process striving to improve quality and efficiency.
Troubleshoots process and related machinery breakdowns on the production floor and throughout the plant to determine repair requirements.
Performs simple electrical checks, disassembles equipment, makes repairs by replacing or fabricating needed parts or mechanisms; reassembles equipment and restores to proper operation.
Services all types of packaging and auxiliary equipment related to process machinery such as box makers, overwraps, labelers, printers, conveyors, air-operated devices, robots, etc., that are synchronized with the process. Fits, adjusts and properly times these devices.
Machines parts, solders, brazes and welds; installs piping, tubing and sheet metal, fabricating as needed.
Oils and greases machinery and performs daily preventative maintenance.
Instructs and assists production personnel in proper operation of equipment; ensures that safety devices are in place and operating properly.
Studies the production process constantly taking corrective action necessary to ensure an efficient, high quality product line.
Follows all Spangler Candy safety/sanitation policies and procedures.
Supports the organization’s commitment to ensure that our food safety and quality plans conform to all regulatory requirements and with food quality and safety requirements of our customers and report any problems or potential problems observed concerning food safety and quality to Supervision immediately
Keeps work area clean and orderly including areas throughout the plant and facilities where work is performed.
Assists in training new process mechanics.Requisitions parts as needed.
Assists the Electrician with process repairs such as motor changes, etc.Performs and completes other work as assigned by supervisor.
Good vision, color vision, hearing, speaking and finger dexterity skills as well as ability to perform close work. Ability to work under time pressure, work rapidly for long periods, sit, stand, walk, stoop, climb, kneel, reach, push, pull, use keyboard, lift and/or carry up to approximately 50 lbs.
Ability to read, write, follow instructions, perform mathematical calculations and draw conclusions from visual and/or physical inspection of equipment or materials. Minimum of 1 to 2 years industrial maintenance experience preferably in a production process atmosphere. Must be able to read schematic diagrams, manuals, parts lists and detailed instructions. Troubleshooting requires mechanical aptitude and some imagination. Accepts training and maintains skills necessary to meet new and changing technology.
Various hand and power tools, assorted wrenches, pliers, screwdrivers, wire strippers, wire cutters, hammers, utility knives, tape measure, lathes, mills, welders, soldering equipment, computer and required PPE.
Exposed to heat, dust, dirt, fumes, chemicals, dampness, vibrations, noise and cramped areas. Occasionally exposed to burns, cuts, falls, pinch points, electrical shock, sprains and strains.
Works individually or in a group along a conveyor, bagger operation or table to sort, inspect and package finished products. Assembles, folds and tapes cartons, inserts or boxes into which product is to be placed.
Bags or boxes product by hand, sort’s product that is obviously broken or imperfect and places in proper scrap container. Inspects candy visually to ensure proper color and wrap is maintained.
Stacks cartons of packaged candy on skid in prescribed order and dates and labels cartons when necessary.Cleans floors including white lines, walls, windows, partitions, sinks and doors by sweeping, mopping, scrubbing, washing, waxing and dusting throughout the facility.
Picks up string, sticks, slip sheets, pallets, cardboard and other debris by hand (including outside). Cleans manufacturing areas as directed including various production accessories by hand.
Uses container washer to clean utensils, rework containers, and other accessories.
Follows all Spangler Candy safety/sanitation policies and procedures. Supports the organization’s commitment to ensure that our food safety and quality plans conform to all regulatory requirements, and with food quality and safety requirements of our customers. Reports any problems or potential problems observed concerning food safety and quality to Supervision immediately.
Company offers wage/salary commensurate with experience and education. Competitive benefit package includes health, dental, vision, accident & life coverage, paid vacations & holidays, 401K plan, tuition reimbursement & more.
Spangler Candy Company is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer Minorities/Females/Disability/Veterans.
Spangler Candy Company is committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all associates and job applicants. Spangler Candy Company will recruit, hire, train and promote persons without regard to race, color, religion, gender, pregnancy, ancestry, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, military or veteran status, genetic information and disability.
Applicant information will only be kept for positions for which we are currently recruiting.
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