3P Partners

  • Bottling Operations Manager- Swing Shift

    Job Locations US-CA
    Job ID
    2019-1611
    Category
    Operations/Plant Managers/Engineering
    Type
    Full-Time
  • Overview

    We are searching for an experienced Bottling Operations Manager to oversee the Swing Shift bottling staff at a large, vertically integrated wine producer in the Sonoma Region. Reporting to the Director of Bottling operations, this role is responsible for day-to-day bottling line activities and staff in accordance with winemaking and operational policies to ensure maximum productivity, efficiency and quality of all wines produced. 

    Job Function

    • Manages, facilitates trainings, and directly supervises Swing Shift staff on all bottling lines, including the operation of all equipment in accordance with operational and safety policies and procedures.
    • Acts as designated on-site Swing Shift leadership by not only supervising bottling staff, but also offering safety, quality, site security, personnel and operational management to Cellar, Lab, Quality, Warehouse and Maintenance staff as necessary.
    • Tracks inventories of all bottling consumables, materials and finished goods on a daily basis. Oversees daily inventory of all packaging materials to ensure continuous work flow.
    • Ensures Bottling Leads track and log all daily line downtime and ensure that information is accurate and complete. Reviews data with Director, Day Shift Bottling Operations Manager, Maintenance and staff to drive continuous improvement and maximize uptime efficiencies.
    • Facilitates and/or coordinates facility and equipment repairs and issues with the Maintenance Department.
    • Evaluates staffing needs in the area assigned and coordinates with Director to maximize labor resources.
    • Supports and communicates with all departments influenced by bottling operations, including, but not limited to Quality, Lab, Cellar, Warehouse, and Maintenance.
    • Ensures proper equipment use, PPE, maintenance, and storage for all bottling equipment and staff.
    • Works with the Director of Bottling Operations to ensure all mandatory safety programs and tail gate meetings are up-to-date and ongoing and staff is in compliance including understanding of hazardous materials (SDS)
    • Special projects and other responsibilities as assigned.

    Job Requirements

    • Minimum of 5 years advanced experience in all phases of bottling operations
    • Minimum of 3 years’ management/supervisory experience
    • Computer proficiency in MS Office, email applications, and winery management systems (or other applicable experience)
    • Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred but not required
    • Irregular shifts, including swing and graveyard may be required.
    • Frequent walking, including going up and down stairs and ladders and bending are required.
    • Must be able to lift 50 lbs. continuously.

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