Harris Ranch Beef Company, Selma, CA
Harris Ranch Beef Company is a family-owned company in the heart of the San Joaquin Valley. Its founding over 30 years ago started an unwavering tradition of producing beef at its best. An industry leader, Harris Ranch Beef Company controls all aspects of beef production from our feedlot to our innovative processing facility. The end result is wholesome, grain-fed beef known throughout the west for quality, consistency and delicious flavor.
Harris Ranch Beef Company – a family-owned, functionally integrated leader in premium, high quality beef – is searching for an experienced, highly motivated candidate to join their Production team in the role as Harvest Manager. The Harvest Manager will work to oversee and manage all aspects of a single-shift beef harvest process including, but not limited to Budgets, Animal Welfare, HACCP, SSOP, GMP, QSA, BRC, Production Yields (Carcass & Offal), Staffing, and employee Safety. The Harvest Manager will lead a team that consists of a General Foreman and four Supervisors – all of which provide leadership, direction and supervision for a staff of approximately 140 employees. The Harvest Manager reports to the VP, Operations on a daily basis and participates in weekly production meetings. The Harvest Manager maintains an active rapport with USDA inspectors while implementing a proactive approach to regulatory issues. Harvest Manager will be responsible for enhancement of KPIs, setting goals and delegating responsibility to appropriate personnel.
Requirements and Qualifications
Minimum of five (5) years management/supervision experience in beef harvest (hide-on & hide-off) and all appropriate equipment.
Maintains up-to-date knowledge of process improvements and technical developments.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Provides guidance and direction to staff to assure understanding, training and implementation of company policies.
Demonstrates personal accountability.
Sets team performance standards providing coaching and feedback to build effective staff.
Manage day-to-day harvest floor operations to assure process productivity and efficiency.
Monitor and oversee harvest process to assure supervision is implanting company policies and maintaining a safe and efficient work environment.
Comprehend and implement all aspects of union contract.
Provide feedback to Maintenance and Engineering regarding condition of equipment.
Monitor yields (carcass & offal) and oversee adherence to production standards.
Manage employee training, pay schedules and discipline.
Implement department budget and identify cost-saving strategies.
Assure implementation of company’s HACCP, SSOP, GMP, BRC, Animal Welfare and QSA programs.
Harris Ranch Beef Company
P O Box 220, Selma, CA 93662
559.896.3081 x 253