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Ashley Wilson
Community Specialist
4 months ago

Coca-Cola is looking for a production manager!

Are you a born leader? Well, good news! Coca-Cola

Coca Cola in Atlanta, Georgia is currently looking for a production manager!

Your schedule

9:30PM - 6:00AM, Sunday - Thursday

Position Duties

  • Deliver Results & Grow Business.
  • Execute 1yr and 3yr business plans supporting national/regional/local TPM objectives including the implementation of strategies, processes & programs.
  • Lead team to maximize productivity, efficiency and effectiveness.
  • Support operation to help reduce overall costs.
  • Proactive in providing feedback opportunities for team members and requesting feedback on his/her leadership
  • Import & Export Good Ideas that Drive Change
  • Sustain a consistent, long-term vision through continuous process improvement.

Experience required

-At least 1 year in supervisory roles of people & processes

  • At least 3 years in a manufacturing environment
  • Demonstrated ability to lead teams showing improvement in plant KPIs.
  • Working knowledge of the principles of manufacturing management.
  • Working knowledge of specific supply chain capabilities, strategies and interdependencies.

Does this sound like the job for you?

Apply to the Coca-Cola role here.

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Jim Mancini
over 6 months ago

If you get hired and work hard you can have a career there. Great family business who's growing every year.

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Rohnda Barnes
over 6 months ago

production manager in publishing

Hello I am looking for a job in publishing. I managed trade books in the adult books department. I do believe I have skills that are transferable across various fields.

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Jonathan Parrott
over 6 months ago
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William Dinwiddie
over 6 months ago

I worked for Koch for about 2 1/2 years after being a rep for their product for 2 years and after being a dealer for their product in my own business. Koch is definitely one of the better companies to work for. Almost everyone is accessible. Yes, their are several people with the company who are family but they view themselves as employees and not royalty. Did I always agree with every decision? No. But, were they fair with pay and did they recognize employees for their efforts? YES! Would I work for them again. Without a doubt. Would I encourage others to consider working for them? If they are willing to work hard and learn from their mistakes.

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