Taylor Farms, an Equal Opportunity Employer, is committed to attracting and retaining the best possible talent to help manage and grow our business. We are looking for energetic people who share our commitment to innovation, quality, and excellence, and who are as passionate about healthy fresh foods as we are.
The Category Manager is responsible for the development and management of several functions including report modeling and competitive analysis across a portfolio of prepared foods product sets and customers. This position will work with the Sales team and Senior Leadership to develop and manage our strategic plan for new business development for national customers along with ongoing business reviews. The scope of this role will include multiple product sets, 10 national customers, and over 1,500 finished goods SKUs. The individual will also be responsible for developing and implementing standardized reporting tools across all multiple data structures.
The Human Resources Generalist will work with all plant departments to support companywide objectives and policies. This person will help drive key HR initiatives in order to meet the overall business goals. This role will be engaged in employee and labor relations, employee engagement initiatives, recruitment, workforce planning and training and development.
The Maintenance Manager ensures the delivery of plant maintenance and engineering services. This person provides leadership and direction in assessing, determining and executing facility capital expenditures and maintenance enhancement needs with significant focus on improving productivity, minimizing labor & overhead costs, as well as minimizing product, ingredient and packaging waste while assuring highest levels of employee and food safety, quality, sanitation and regulatory compliance.
The Continuous Improvement Manager leads all facets associated with driving operating efficiency efforts to eliminate waste and reduce manufacturing and/or operational costs. This person designs, implements and champions plant manufacturing projects that support increased productivity, operating efficiencies, Food Safety and Quality programs, and will be responsible for reducing Total Cost of Ownership as well. He or she will be expected to identify opportunities, present solutions and drive execution of continuous improvement plans with maximum ROI, using proven TQM and Manufacturing solutions.
The Director of Operations is ultimately responsible for production of finished goods to specification across all production lines and customers, development of assets to support customer growth, the successful and on-time delivery of product to the company’s customers, and multiple segments of the plant-wide P&L. The Director of Operations has overall responsibility for multiple direct and indirect departments within the plant, including production, maintenance and facility, warehousing, and transportation. He or she will have interaction with procurement, as well as non-operational departments, including finance, quality assurance, and sales will also be required.