The Jericho Group Consultants, LLC
The Jericho Group Consultants, LLC


Support Service Technician

Mexico MO


Support Service Technician- Mexico MO

Provides electrical, electronic, mechanical and hydraulic repair and maintenance support, including some fabrication. Performs various support activities for die maintenance and machine shop functions. Demonstrates core operating values and code of conduct through actions and behaviors.


1. Repairs and maintains electrical, electronic, mechanical and hydraulic functions of the operating die-cast machines including preventive and predictive maintenance.

2. Operates various machine shop pieces of equipment including lathes, drill presses, saws, hand tools meters, gauges, micrometers, and computers.

3. Programs PLCs for the die-cast machines and trim press operations as well as electronic, electrical and mechanical troubleshooting.



High School/GED and 3-5 years of related experience.

Certificate from technical/trade school or relevant work experience to qualify for industrial “journeyman” status in the electrical, electronic, or mechanical fields. Must pass BMCT testing.


Preferred: Siemens PLC experience. Experience working in the die casting industry.

Quality Supervisor

Quality Supervisor- Defiance Ohio



Our client is a full-service metal stamper, fabricator, and painter of medium volume components and assemblies for the military vehicle, commercial vehicle, construction equipment and agricultural equipment OE Market.


The Quality Supervisor is responsible for all elements of the Quality Management System to accurately interpret how they apply across the OH plants and assigned quality department staff.


Essential Responsibilities & Duties:

Certified QMS Auditor, responsible for reporting performance indicators and concerns to management Coordinate the training of internal auditors, ensure QMS internal audits are scheduled, executed and closed with all related corrective actions. Report on the status of internal audits to management as required. Participate in plant continuous improvement projects


Qualifications and Competencies:

Bachelor of Science degree in Quality Systems, Operations or related field. ASQ Certification 5 Years’ experience of overseeing the ISO Quality Management System. Knowledge of quality systems, PPAP, FMEA, APQP, SPC, and Control plans. Demonstrated experience working with Lean initiatives, 8D root cause analysis, correction action planning, Poke Yoke.

Plant Manager- NJ

Plant Manager



Plant Manager


New Brunswick NJ


Bilingual English/Spanish is a MUST!!


Our client is experiencing unprecedented growth! Due to this growth, they are in search of a highly skilled Plant Manager for their facility in New Brunswick, NJ.

The client is the industry leading medical textile rental service provider serving the Healthcare industry. They operate eleven processing facilities located in the Tri-State area. Since 1915, they have been a privately held, family run business. Their customer base consists of more than 3,000 clients throughout the Northeast, including acute-care facilities, nursing homes, long-term and assisted living facilities, surgi-centers and diagnostic clinics, as well as professional, medical and dental offices.


Plant Managers are responsible for:

Maintain individual and department performance at established standards
Supervise up to five (5) Production Supervisors and all plant employees
Ensure production levels and productivity goals are achieved
Maintain daily reports
Hire, train and discipline employees as a means for achieving goals
Maintain a high level of quality of the product being sent to customers
Ensure that policies and procedures are implemented and followed



5+ years management experience running a plant in a production environment
Bilingual English/Spanish is a MUST!!
Comfortable working in a fast-paced, dynamic work setting
High degree of customer responsiveness
Understands production workflow / MS Office
Proven ability to manage to standards
For consideration, please send resume with salary requirements/history.



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QA Manager

Dyersburg TN


Bachelor's (Preferred)

QA Manager: 2 years (Preferred)

Food Manufacturing: 2 years (Preferred)

Full Job Description



The Quality Assurance Manager is responsible for establishing, implementing, and managing quality control systems designed to ensure adherence to food safety, specifications, regulatory compliance, and continuous improvement of products. The Quality Assurance Manager must be able to communicate clearly and in a timely fashion with all departments, and demand adherence to, the high standards of Food Safety and Quality Assurance Systems, Quality Control Systems, Manufacturing Processes, and Sanitation Protocols. Manage, plan, supervise and control all aspects of plant quality to include; coordination of the development, training, implementation and reporting of Food Safety and Quality into 100% of facility processes monitor and maintain compliance with GFSI, FDA Food Safety regulations and requirements; consistently implement requirements set forth for maintaining the highest standard of quality for products and services.


Key Responsibilities:

Responsible for leading, managing, and successfully executing all aspects of Quality, and Food Safety Systems including training, implementation, and reporting.
Responsible for all aspects of maintaining adherence to the FDA Food Safety and Modernization Act (FSMA), IFS (GFSI), as well as USDA, and other 3rd party compliance standards.
Interface with third party auditors; IFS, Kosher Council, and county, state, and federal agencies as pertains to audits, GMP, HACCP, regulatory, quality, and food safety issues. IFS representative; responsible for implementation and serves as point of contact for IFS standards for the plant.
Ensure implementation and maintenance of Quality Systems for Quality Control and Manufacturing activities, including deviation control, change control, document control, inspection readiness, OOS/OOT, CAPA/quality issue management, internal and external audits, management review and training programs.
In line with company business strategy, develop and implement goals, objectives, policies, and procedures for the quality assurance department.
Involved in hiring and training department employees on food safety, quality assurance and quality control activities.
Manage the disposition and resolution of non-conforming areas. Ensure inspection and Material Review Board (MRB) processes are executed timely and effectively; Ensure department supervision does the same.
Audit company policies, procedures, and systems that affect product quality to assure compliance with the company’s quality system and good manufacturing processes. Prepare documents and reports.
Investigate quality and food safety and compliance issues (e.g., CAPA, non-conformances, audit observations, customer complaints) for all production processes prior to final product release based on company principles; analyze results, make recommendations and develop reports.
Oversee analytical and microbiological work done at each step of the production process to assure that quality control standards are maintained by developing and monitoring lab and plant specifications for each product.
Lead investigations of product complaints and breakdowns. Perform any necessary analytical work and associated reporting as needed. Conduct root cause investigation to identify and correct issue to determine corrective and preventative action.
Maintain and improve as needed the Quality Management System (QMS) and conduct quality audit system.
Interface with customers, management, sales, production manager, and production staff to facilitate growth and improvement in the quality process.
Manage lab investment, budget and cost optimization projects in conjunction with procurement and finance department. Review and approve the purchase of lab supplies and equipment.
Enforce company policies, establish performance standards, and evaluate employee status.
Maintain and manage the FDA SSOP programs and review daily documentation generated to assure regulatory and specification compliance.
Oversee plant sanitation and pest control programs. Ensure compliance with HACCP, process and quality SOPs, and adherence to GMP standards.
Responsible for the selection, training, development and supervision of QA staff
hold regular weekly QA-Meeting and protocol sustainable corrective actions, interdepartmental presentation of current QS-problems.
Responsible for leading process, cleaning validation studies. Based on validation studies develop monitoring and implementation of cleaning plans and insure their effectiveness.
Lead internal audit programs that include site hygiene inspections and following up on corrective action.
Responsible for several systems of food safety at the production site, such as Food Defense, Allergen Monitoring, Monitoring of foreign bodies according to the Central Quality M directive.
Guarantee the traceability in plant, check the functionality of traceability system by regular traceability tests.

Responsible for the compliance, preparation, supervision and follow-up of customer, co-packers, supplier and certifications audits.

Responsible for over site of regulatory affairs including legal assessment of suppliers, data management, product development, and labeling.

Responsible for reporting to Central Quality Management in form of monthly QA reports, communications of deviations and critical incidents on site.

Excellent Computer skills (Microsoft office, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint) and ERP system ideally MS –Dynamics.


Other Duties as assigned.


Professional Qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree in Food Science / Technology or related discipline
Comprehensive knowledge of US food law referring to raw material, packaging material and finished products (composition and labelling)
Regulatory Affairs experience in the food manufacturing industry or laboratory is explicitly desired
Excellent project management expertise, as well as analytical and microbiological skills are necessary
Strong persuasive power, excellent communication skills and team working, interpersonal skills are also required
Experience with GFSI approved audit scheme, i.e. IFS, BRC
Secure knowledge of MS Office, experience in modern ERP systems, ideally MS –Dynamics, IT skills
Knowledge of one or more foreign languages (preferred German) are an advantage
Proven ability to lead a team.


Experience Required:

Minimum 2 years experience as QA Manager or 5 years experience as QA Supervisor in a food manufacturing industry
Applicant must be a committed team worker with a strong sense of responsibility and excellent attention to detail.
Experience in supervising, coaching, and developing staff.

Plant Manager

State College, PA



Our client makes foods hand over fist. The company makes more than 40 million cases of prepared food each year and boasts a vast portfolio of products.


The Plant Manager is responsible for ensuring company safety, quality, and production policies, procedures, and goals are met. Coordinate efforts of all operations to assure production and distribution of consistent quality products, in the most efficient manner possible, while ensuring compliance with government regulations in the areas of employee safety, food safety, environmental, and employment practices. The Plant Manager is also responsible for the plant’s operation, maintenance, and distribution and raw crop acquisition in the area.


Must have experience with Frozen Foods. Union experience, Agricultural awareness to manage crop harvesting with outside vendors. Understanding of food production standards, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP's). Background and working knowledge of HAACP, GFSI and or BRC and AIB. 7 years food manufacturing experience as well as Mechanical/Electrical Engineering, Packaging and Distribution. Training in Safety, OSHA, RMP, EPA, PSM and SPC are required. Strong accounting skills, and experience with Profit and Loss, and Capital Expenditures.


Plant Manager

Renton WA

Seeking QUALIFIED and EXPERIENCED Plant Manager candidates for a great opportunity with a growing private textile services company.

Be part of leading this family-owned company that has been a market leader since the early 1900s, and currently employs over 150 team members who serve over 3000 business and healthcare customers in the Pacific Northwest!. They are experiencing unprecedented growth and due to this growth, we are in search of a highly skilled Plant Manager for their facility in Renton, WA.


Duties and Responsibilities:

Maintain individual and department performance at established standards
Supervise Production Supervisors and all plant employees
Ensure production levels and productivity goals are achieved
Maintain daily reports
Hire, train and discipline employees as a means for achieving goals
Maintain a high level of quality of the product being sent to customers
Ensure that policies and procedures are implemented and followed


Job Requirements



2+ years of managerial experience in a fast-paced production environment
Bilingual preferred (languages could include: Spanish, French, Portuguese)
Comfortable working in a fast-paced, dynamic work setting
Understands production workflow
Proven ability to manage to standards
Proficient in MS Office, reporting in Excel, and ability to learn computer software quickly




Commercial Laundry: 1 year (Preferred)
Plant Management: 2 years (Required)


Renton, WA 98057 (Required)

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