With over 300 employees and two plant locations in the Green Bay area, Winona Foods is a leading national supplier of cheese, sauces, and salsas to the food industry. Winona Foods has experienced impressive growth and is continuing to expand.
Growth As Winona Foods continues to expand, the opportunities are plentiful for growth. We love to promote our own talent from within.
Stability and Culture Winona Foods prides itself on a family-oriented culture and a work/life balance.
Consistent Schedules Winona Foods' production schedules do not rotate or swing. We offer 8-hour or 10-hour straight shifts with paid breaks. There are occasional opportunities for overtime during the week based upon business needs.
Shift Differentials Winona Foods offers generous shift differentials for 2nd and 3rd shifts.
2nd shift - $0.50 per hour
3rd shift - $1.00 per hour
Benefits Winona Foods offers a competitive benefits package including:
Company-Assisted Short-Term Disability
Company-Provided Long-Term Disability
Company-Provided Life Insurance
401K with Company Match
Paid Time Off
Paid Uniforms and Safety Toe Shoes
"Proudly celebrating 20 years in business in 2015!"
Under the direction of the Maintenance Manager, the Maintenance Supervisor supervises the Maintenance Technicians. This position assigns work to maintenance staff, communicates updates to Maintenance Manager, routinely answers maintenance questions from other functional areas, and ensures all maintenance processes and procedures are followed.
The list of duties and responsibilities is not all inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties and responsibilities, as management may deem necessary from time to time.
Plan and supervise the preventative maintenance program
Place requests for parts needed for PM and/or DM needs
Close out Demand Maintenance (DM) work orders
Ability to cover various shifts in the absence of maintenance technician
Complete the daily maintenance schedule
Effectively use hand tools and electric or pneumatic power tools
Able to perform preventative maintenance and corrective maintenance on equipment
Read electrical schematics
Diagnose cause of electrical and mechanical failure of operational equipment
Able to set up new equipment lines and equipment changeovers
Train production and other maintenance personnel
Ability to work with minimal supervision and complete projects on due dates
Work on electrical systems up to 480 VAC
Strong knowledge in motor control circuits, automated valves and process controls
Ensure that all processes are followed
Follow parts check out procedure
Follow all GMP standards
All other duties as assigned
Associate’s Degree in Electro-Mechanical Maintenance
Previous lead or supervisory experience preferred
Strong background in preventative maintenance systems
Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds on a consistent basis
Experience with a Windows-based computer system (Microsoft Office programs and Maintenance Work Order software)
Ability to read and comprehend documents such as blueprints, schematics, work orders, etc.
Ability to write standard documentation and effectively present information to other employees
This position may require forklift certification
Conditions of Employment:
Candidates subject to a pre-employment background check, drug screen, and lifting assessment.