Job Title:Regional Protein BOSC Team Business Training Specialist Location:Marshall, MO, Mid-West United States, USA Company:Cargill, Inc Industry Sector:Food/Processing Industry Type:Commodities and Trading Career Type:Specialists Job Type:Full Time Minimum Years Experience Required:N/A Salary:N/A
As a member of Cargill Protein's Business Operations & Supply Chain team, Regional Protein BOSC Team Business Training Leads are accountable for establishing and maintaining early career and team training experiences that enhance the effectiveness of our BOSC team members. This position is responsible for management of the regional/local internship/co-op and associate programs in partnership with the facility management team.
In addition, the Regional Protein BOSC Team Business Training Lead plays a key role in the coordination of the experience initiatives across the business. This could include but is not limited to onboarding management, local leadership program coordination, execution of production training activities, employee round table facilitation, facility visitor processes, etc.
60% Change Leader •Manage workstation preparations including technology requests, acquisition of technology tools needed, PPE sourcing, etc. •Establish and maintain communication plan with early career professionals for your region through transition to workplace during transition from school to new location •Establish training plans and schedule for interns/co-ops/associates with manager and confirm approval with each facility leadership team •Introduce training plan to associate, outlining expectations and goals for program •Administration of facility onboarding procedures through providing team training, establishing consistent objectives and expectations and creating standard operating processes across facilities
25% Value Leader •Lead planning and placement of associate in next-level role following completion of training with facility and functional leaders •Support facility management team in facilitation of business-wide review of associate talent pool (bi-annual/function) •Optimizing training processes for efficiency •Assist in coordination of intern/co-op/associate forecast requests between facility management team and function leads •Assess training needs and establish/execute leadership training plans for facilities in region through identifying improvement opportunities for each leadership group
15% Culture Steward •Execution of weekly touch base meetings with each intern/co-op/associate to confirm learning objectives are being met •Facilitation of discussions centered around career development and next steps •Provide guidance of mentorship as needed including connectivity within Cargill for resources and information •Provide coaching for management team regarding experience expectations •Establish consistent onboarding plans for facilities within region in partnership with broader business •Establish and execute employee roundtable experience targeting improvement opportunities for facilities • Create and lead consistent visitor experience process for facilities in region
Skills: Minimum Required Qualifications:
•High School and 7 + years of experience in training position or similar role OR Associates degree's and 5+ years' experience in training position or similar role OR a Bachelor's Degree in Human Resource Management, Business, Production Management, Animal Science, Ag Business, or a related field with 3+ years of experience in training position or similar role. •Experience working in production team environment •Knowledge of learning and development best practices •Excellent written and oral communication skills •Strong leadership, stakeholder management and communication skills •Competence in connecting people to each other and the business strategy, leveraging technology and processes where appropriate. •Strong drive for results with results/outcome focus •Self-motivated and demonstrated ability to manage multiple priorities •Ability to travel up to 30% •Ability to work overtime, weekends and holidays if needed by the business •Ability to climb stairs
•Experience with management of early career programs •A proven track record of training program development and management •Bilingual : Spanish - English
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