Indiana Packers Corporation
  • Engineering & Maintenance
  • Delphi, IN, USA
  • Salary
  • Full Time

Major Medical, Dental and Vision. Company Matched 401K, Tuition Reimbursement, Bonus

Indiana Packers Corporation Maintenance Supervisor Delphi, Indiana

Indiana Packers Corporation (IPC) is a fully integrated retail, foodservice and private label producer of fresh and processed meats based in Delphi, Indiana. Since the start of operations in 1991, we have experienced rapid growth from a single pork processing company into a multi-plant diversified producer of fresh and processed meats, with locations throughout America's Heartland and revenues of approximately $1.5B. We are best known for our national brand Kentucky Legend (the best-selling quarter-sliced ham in the United States) as well as a number of well-known regional brands, including Indiana Kitchen, Fischer's, Field, Mickelberry's, Kentuckian Gold, and Scott Pete. We now have processing facilities in Frankfort, Indiana; Holland, Michigan; and Owensboro, Kentucky.

We value diversity, innovation, collaboration and those passionate about their jobs. We support our associates by offering a total rewards package, including competitive pay, three different medical care plans (two with company-funded health savings accounts), pharmacy, dental, and vision plans, a retirement/401K (with 50% match on team members' contributions), a competitive paid time off program, educational assistance, and numerous advancement opportunities. With more than 3,100 team members located across 14 different states, we are a big company with a small company culture.

Our team helps feed the world! Are you ready to step up to the challenge of launching your career with Indiana Packers?

Reports to: Maintenance Manager

The Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for leading a team that supports the production operation by minimizing equipment downtime and completing preventative and corrective maintenance.

  • Supervision of Team Members:
  • Coach crew members on safety, quality/SQF, efficiency, and cost improvements.
  • Complete annual performance evaluations for each crew member.
  • Each supervisor should attend roll call to assign daily work, answer questions, and give a safety reminder to team members.
  • At roll call and throughout the shift, check and correct employees for PPE, Lockout, and GMP/SQF violations, and ensure they are carrying required tools. Team members must have on a clean frock, safety shoes, hearing protection, and hair/beard net.
  • In addition to roll call, hold one crew meeting each week emphasizing safety, GMP's/SQF, RCA's, and ongoing issues. Director will frequently provide information to pass on during this meeting. Correct behavior and performance issues in private and in a professional manner. Document conversations and administer disciplinary action as needed.
  • Assign work, review/audit PM's, & follow-up to ensure work was completed as planned and quality of work is satisfactory.
  • Develop weekend work list from your area, ensure parts needed are on hand, and schedule a full 8 hour day for each of your mechanic s and electricians scheduled.


  • Follow Supervisor Shift Change Task List.
  • Complete & turn in Root Cause Analysis (RCA) & 5 Minute Downtime Forms to AMS each day before you leave.
  • Ensure work orders are written for follow-up items and parts ordered. Provide information to AMS for carry over items and weekend list tasks.
  • Communicate downtime and follow-up to AMS, SPV's, CL's, MS, & DM. Meet with AMS or MS on duty at the end of your shift each day.
  • Monitor radio calls to be present at breakdowns in your area. You must monitor progress, communicate with AMS/MS, assist with troubleshooting, verify GMP & SQF policies are followed, & audit lockout of equipment. AMS must be notified if line is stopped for 10 minutes.
  • Audit 10 PM's in your area per week to check thoroughness and determine any training needs. Support and communicate in positive manner leadership decisions and policies.

So, if you are interested in this unique opportunity for a growing company that helps feed the world, then look no further than Indiana Packers Corporation.

Education and Experience

  • Must have HS Diploma or GED
  • Must have five years in a maintenance leadership role in a manufacturing environment.
  • Prefer at least 10 years of experience in maintenance
  • Must be willing to work in hot or cold environments
  • Must be willing to work around raw meat
  • Must be able to pass e-Verify

EOE, including Disability/Veteran

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