The Tanker Bay Loader is responsible for the breaker department/loading tankers and reports to Plant Manager and Assistant who are present. Responsible for loading 2-5 tankers per day, switching product from silos, CIP of tankers and silos, loading and unloading shell eggs and materials, and monitor of breaking room operations. Lead role in breaking room and working with USDA. Communicate issues with equipment, efficiency, or scheduling to management.
Essential Job Function
Responsible for loading tankers in a timely manner to meet customer deadlines.
Monitor tanker and silo temps and document it on paperwork.
Morning set up of the breaker, chill press, auto filters, silos and product lines must be ready for breaking operations to start at 6:45 am
Responsible for rinsing down breaker, pushing glycol back to units, and setting up and starting CIP.
Unloading of shell eggs and loading of material in cooler
Maintaining floor clean at all times preforming hourly quality checks and document it.
Ensure silos, tankers, product lines, parts; clamps gaskets are sanitary before calling QA/FSIS for inspection. Able to move tankers into and out of the tanker bay safely.
Monitor chilling system glycol temp and levels.
Have clear communication with transfer lead, supervisor, quality assurance, managers and FSIS inspector.
Must be a team player and servant leader.
Able to follow production schedule.
Fill chemical buddy jugs as needed for cleaning equipment parts.
Responsible for filling out tanker documentation and must be able to use a typewriter for FSIS PEB paperwork.
Performing preventative maintenance tasks as outlined in COGZ program for the tanker loader position.
Other Duties as assigned
Loading and driving experience required
Work in fast pace environment and manage multiple tasks at one time
Leadership experience preferred
Bilingual in Spanish/English preferred
Good Communication (Written / Verbal) skills, organized, goal oriented, accountable.
Detail oriented and ability to multi-task in high stress environment
Agile, able to lift 50lbs.
Must be able to work evenings, weekends, and holidays as needed.
Ability to work in various climate conditions including extreme heat and cold environments, walking, and standing for long periods of time