Kellogg Veterans

Veterans Careers at Kellogg Company

You’ve given your time and talent as a military veteran. You’ve demonstrated your commitment to career development with pride and passion during your service years. You’ve seen, heard and had experiences unique to only those who have served their country.

From Plant Operation Supervisors to Senior Financial Analysts, Kellogg offers opportunities for military veterans to grow with us. We are proud of our history of recruiting and developing veterans across the United States and are committed to recruiting and hiring more. We recognize that military-experienced talent bring exceptional and valuable knowledge, skills and experience to our company.

The values that you’ve come to learn and live through your service are similar to our K Values, which describe who we are, what we believe and what brings us together as a global community. Our K Values – integrity, respect, accountability, passion, humility, hunger, simplicity and success - help define what makes our company and our people special and how we all play a unique and critical role in the ongoing success of Kellogg.

LEAD WITH US

W.K. Kellogg saw a better way—shaping our industry through a passion for people, and the goodness of food. And every day, we continue our founder’s legacy of leadership. Together we take the steps that show the way, with a vision for tomorrow and a plan to get there. We encourage you apply for a position that leverages your military experience and invite you to grow and lead with us.

Job Information

Kellogg Senior Maintenance Manager in OMAHA, Nebraska

Come join our team as a Maintenance Manager at our Omaha facility! You will use your expertise in manufacturing to drive strategic decisions while leading a close-knit and collaborative team. You will play a crucial role in identifying and delivering maintenance programs and processes that are essential to plant operations. And with your self-starter, go-getter, team-player work ethic, we’re positive you’ll fit right in.

Hey, wheat’s up? Do you love food that is both nutritious and delicious? Our Omaha plant has been cooking up Pops and Mini-Wheats cereal using ingredients from field to bowl for over 70 years. Want to see what we’re made of? Come be a part of a team that shares a can-do attitude and willingness to get the job done! Our team has focused on longevity by providing growth opportunities and educating employees on best practices in the Safety and Food Quality space.

HERE’S A TASTE OF WHAT YOU’LL BE DOING

  • Leading By Example: You will be a part of the Senior Leadership team that sets the direction and policies for one of our largest manufacturing facilities! You will assist in the development of an inclusive culture while directing, training and developing the maintenance team.

  • Promoting Best Practices: You will be responsible for identifying opportunities to eliminate cost and/or waste through lean manufacturing principles. You will build systems and processes to ensure a reliable and sustainable operation that delivers improved results.

  • Implementing Policies and Procedures: You will ensure that the team is maintaining the highest level of Safety, Quality, and Food Safety standards while also identifying, implementing and documenting maintenance and reliability best practices.

  • Project & Budget Management: You will be responsible for partnering with other team members to create the scope, definition, and execution of capital projects. You will collaborate with other department managers to create operating budgets and capital budgets. You will be responsible for developing short and long-term cost containment or reduction strategies.

YOUR RECIPE FOR SUCCESS

Required:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, a technical field, or related years of experience

  • Experience in a manufacturing setting with operations supervision or management experience

  • Ability to build strategic relationships with key stakeholders across the operation to ensure improved collaboration and deliver results

  • Proven technical mastery in maintenance systems, programs, and budgeting practices

  • Experience participating in lean manufacturing events and managing lean projects

Bonus Points:

  • Experience implementing best in class maintenance programs and strategies (TPM, RCM, Predictive and Preventative Maintenance)

  • Familiarity with working on packaging machines or other production equipment

  • Experience within the food and beverage industry

  • Experience within an Unionized environment

WHAT’S NEXT

It’s best to apply today, because job postings can be taken down and we wouldn’t want you to miss this opportunity. To learn more about what’s next, click on one of the links below:

Kellogg K-Values at http://www.kelloggcareers.com/global/company-and-values.html

New Hire Benefits Guide at http://www.kelloggbenefitsguide.com/

Kellogg Stories and News at http://newsroom.kelloggcompany.com/

THE FINER PRINT

The ability to work a full shift, come to work on time, work overtime as needed and the ability to work according to the necessary schedule to meet job requirements with or without reasonable accommodation is an essential function of this position.

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, disability, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, sexual orientation, age, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

GROW With Us.

Kellogg Recruitment

Title: Senior Maintenance Manager

Location: USA-NE-Omaha

Requisition ID: MAN009322

Job Function: Manufacturing

Job Type: Professional

Closing Date: Oct 19, 2019, 10:59:00 PM

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