Clemens Food Group

  • Supervisor-Finishing Srv

    Job Locations US-PA
    Requisition ID
    2019-12819
    # of Openings Remaining
    1
    Shift
    1st Shift
    Employment Status
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    Nursery Finishing Supervisor

    Welcome to Country View Family Farms! We’re a progressive family owned company with deep roots in raising healthy pigs to make quality pork for our families and yours. Headquartered in Pennsylvania, we have operations in PA, IN, and MI. Known for being industry leaders in our practices and animal care, we live by our core values of ethics, integrity and stewardship.

     

    “Be Me Be Clemens”

     

    Country View Family Farms is a subsidiary of Clemens Food Group. Come grow with us as we continue to vastly expand our swine operations. Join a team of individuals passionate about agriculture.

     

    We’re Hiring a Nursery Finishing Supervisor to support our PA Region. In this role you will be the Nursery Finishing Supervisor, responsible for the oversight and support of our contracted growers. You will report to the Manager of Nursery Finishing and will be a hands-on leader overseeing animal welfare, biosecurity, PVP compliance, and quality assurance. You will lead with a focus on efficiency, superior service and support to foster development of strong relationships with our contracted growers.

     

    We Offer a competitive salary and bonus system based on performance, along with a comprehensive benefit program including medical, dental, prescription coverage, short-term disability, life insurance as well as paid time off and educational assistance. In addition, we offer a generous Sharing Plan, which includes a 401k with company match, and profit sharing.

    Responsibilities

    What You Would Be Doing

    • Act as a liaison between the ownership entity and the producer raising the animals for Country View Family Farms
    • Review production performance and make decisions concerning performance issues at individual farm locations.
    • Carry out the terms and conditions of the agreement entered into between CVFF and the producer.
    • Manages financial performance by controlling costs, budgeting, business and financial planning and tracking financial activity
    • Establishes and maintains open communication with all farm staff, management, other departments, external and internal customers and suppliers, and the local community to identify potential problems and initiate continual improvement
    • Ensure that the farm's work environment is safe, by providing safety equipment, training and actions to prevent hazardous conditions
    • Ensure all equipment, machinery, and vehicles are accounted for and properly maintained
    • Ensure all farm records are monitored and reported on a timely basis
    • Visit producers weekly to assess the growth and growing conditions of livestock
    • Monitor feed budgets, water consumption, ventilation systems, and general animal health
    • Schedule the flow of animals into and out of the producers' barns
    • Understand ventilation systems and be able to trouble shoot systems for potential problems

    Qualifications

    This Role is for You if:

    • You have an Associate's degree (A.A.) in Animal Sciences, Agribusiness, Livestock Production or equivalent from two-year college or a degree from an accredited technical school; or a minimum of five years related experiences and/or training.
    • You are passionate about teaching and leading growers to meet goals in efficiency while maintaining our ethics, integrity and stewardship.
    • You are naturally analytical and can understand what the numbers are telling you. Be able to solve problems in the moment and make adjustments for future improvements.
    • You thrive in a fast-paced environment and can physically be standing on your feet periodically throughout the day with the ability to lift 50 lbs.
    • You are able to tolerate a barn environment, which may include animal dander, manure, dust, blood, odors and frequently noisy conditions.
    • You are committed to meeting and exceeding industry standards in care and welfare of our animals.
    • You are willing to learn and perform the responsibilities described within CVFF’s process manual.
    • You are a is multi-task oriented team player who thrives in a fast-paced environment

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