- Full Name: Salt Spring Island Cheese Company
- Location: 285 Reynolds Road
- Phone: 250 653 2300
- Expires: 17 days, 21 hours
Salt Spring Island Cheese Company is looking to fill the position of Assistant Production Manager.
The closing date for applications is May 16th, 2018.
The Assistant Production Manager assists the Production Manager in completing his or her tasks, duties, responsibilities, and accountabilities.
The Assistant Production Manager will have both production and administrative responsibilities as assigned by the Production Manager. Duties include working in and supervising in the cheesemaking and packaging departments, as well as assisting in more office related tasks such as implementing, monitoring, and verifying programs for compliance with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and HACCP plans.
The position will require 4 to 5 days per week, some of which may be on the weekend. These days will be split between doing office support duties as well as working on the floor in production.
Ideal candidates will have experience working in food production, management or supervisory skills, a professional approach to work, strong communication skills, an aptitude for organization and systems, excellent interpersonal skills, and experience working with regular office software, such as Microsoft Office Suite, especially Word and Excel.
Wage will be determined based on experience and skill set.
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send your cover letter and resume before May 16th to:
Salt Spring Island Cheese COmpany
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