Even if you’re not familiar with our name, you’ve almost
certainly heard of our billion-dollar brands like Cadbury, Milka, Prince and
Oreo. Developing the world’s favorite snacks, we’re passionate about creating
delicious moments of joy for people all around the world. Working at Mondelēz
International is all about the power of big - and small.
Why big? Because we’re the world’s leading maker of
Chocolate, Biscuits, Candy and Gum. We’re ranked #1 in chocolate, biscuits and
candy, and #2 in gum. What’s more, we employ over 100,000 people worldwide and
market products in around 165 countries.
Why small? We go out of our way to hear everyone’s point of
view, and develop local roots wherever we go. It’s this combination of big and
small that drives everything we do.
As part of Manufacturing, you’ll use your skills, our
systems and a wide array of raw materials to help create the delicious finished
products our consumers love. While taking ownership in your area of work,
you’ll also ensure the safety of yourself and your colleagues while producing
our top-quality products reliably and efficiently within our integrated supply
Reporting to the Line Leader, Line Manager, and Process
Engineer, the Operator is responsible for upholding excellence on a high-speed
production line in a food manufacturing environment. The Operator is
responsible for the safe and efficient operation of his/her equipment while
conducting basic maintenance to maintain its integrity in order to meet
production targets and uphold the highest quality standard. The Operator works
with management and fellow employees to eliminate waste, drive performance, and
continuously improve their Line’s safety, quality, service, and cost. The
Operator will also be responsible for applying Integrated Lean Six Sigma (IL6S)
methodology to their specific line, and East York Bakery as a whole, in order
to drive performance and long term growth.
Operators are the backbone of Mondelez. Without your
dedication, hard work and positive attitude, there is no product for the
customer to enjoy.
Responsibilities during the Implementation/Start-up Period
- Learn the principles, tools, and systems of Integrated Lean
Six Sigma while applying it to the production line
- Learn how to safely operate processing and/or packaging
equipment by following proper LOTO procedures, safety maps, and safe behaviors
- Learn how to perform all quality tests that need to be
conducted on the production line
- Learn the work processes of Centerline, CIL, and Defect
Handling while implementing them to the production line
- Learn how to operate processing and/or packaging equipment
in a classroom setting, based on training materials, OPLs, SOPs, and hands-on
- Learn how to operate similar processing and/or packaging
equipment at other Mondelez sites and/or suppliers
- Learn how to operate processing and/or packaging equipment
using the pre-stablished centerlines
- Learn how to properly clean and sanitize processing and/or
packaging equipment by following pre-stablished SOPs
- Learn how to properly perform change overs on processing
and/or packaging equipment by following step-by-steps instructions
- Learn how to troubleshoot problems in processing and/or
- Learn how to use root cause analysis tools to eliminate
- Demonstrate skills and abilities learned through frequent
assessments in classroom and on the floor
- Effectively operate processing and/or packaging equipment
during trials and start-up in order to achieve the safety, quality, cost and
- Support the start-up/management team on other activities as
Responsibilities during the Production Period
- Constant observation of Line and Product in order to ensure
Safety and Quality Standards of Mondelez are upheld
- Constant observation of the Line and piece of equipment in
order to identify any deviation from normal conditions (i.e. centerlines)
- Identifying any reasons for centerline deviations in order
to avoid damages and losses (i.e. root cause analysis)
- Understanding the inner-workings of the machine and having
an intimate knowledge of equipment settings
- Understanding and applying the concepts of Autonomous
Maintenance and Progressive Maintenance to the Line through Abnormality Tags,
in order to prevent deterioration of equipment and continue to meet production
quotas and quality standards
- Maintenance of the line (i.e. cleaning and following 5S
standards), and maintenance of the equipment (i.e. cleaning, inspection,
lubrication) in the context of production activities
- Identifying and troubleshooting minor repair issues (i.e.
Autonomous Maintenance) and communicating major issues accurately to the
Maintenance team for prompt repair or preventing a breakdown (i.e. Progressive
- Communicating information to supervisors and colleagues
about defects, improvements, changes of a machine and raw material.
- Identification of opportunities for improvements and
independent realization or assignment (i.e. Kaizens)
- Apply all relevant safety measures in line with IL6S goals
(i.e. emergency stop button, protective enclosure). Apply problem solving
methods, social and functional skills according to the skill matrix in the
context of introduction and consolidation of IL6S.
- Respect and uphold GMP guidelines (i.e. quality
requirements, SSE guidelines and environmental consciousness) Maintain personal
hygiene; Clean uniforms, hair and beard nets are mandatory for GMP.
- Able to conduct Pre-Op and Safety Checks, Cartoner,
Controls, Load Cartons, Inspect Package Seal, trouble-shoot, Load Film Code,
Date Printer, Wrapper Controls, perform Set-up/shut down Procedures, clear a
Jam, and adjust the glue guns.
III. Key General
- Upholding the highest safety standards for the benefit of
self and fellow employees
- Upholding the highest quality standards for the benefit of
Mondelez and the customer
- Operation and maintenance of several pieces of process or
- Cleaning, inspecting and lubricating equipment on a
- Promotes and displays good employee relations throughout the
plant; is a cooperative and dedicated worker
- Willingly takes on a mentorship role to train new or less
- Promote and display good attendance and reliability; returns
promptly from breaks in order to be fair to fellow employees
- Promote good housekeeping and manufacturing practices (setting
an example for other employees within the plant) and ensure personnel on the
line /area practice good house-keeping, keep their work areas
- Clean and follows 5S practices
- Report any unsafe, unclean areas or any problems that could
cause substandard quality of production
- Demonstrates personal and professional integrity
Health and Safety:
- Understand, promote and apply Health, Safety and
Environmental (HSE) Policies and practices throughout the facility to prevent
injury, illness and property damage.
- Understand relevant HSE risks associated with the facility
and corresponding control measures.
- Communicate and take action on imminent danger situations,
hazards, Non-conformities and incident reporting.
- Adhere to relevant HSE programs.
- Participate in HSE programs and controls such as: Behavior
Based Safety Programs, Defect Management, and Incident Management.
- Promote and practice safety first philosophy and accident
prevention among East York’s team.
- Maintain personal hygiene; Clean uniforms, hair and beard
nets are mandatory for GMP.
- Ability to follow basic safety on the line/area; including
wearing proper PPE
- Demonstrates attention to safety and GMPs; Demonstrates LOTO
protocol when necessary
- Work in a safe and competent manner, following rules and
procedures as required and as outlined in our Health & Safety
- Report any unsafe condition to your Line Leader.
- Follow plant food safety and GMP compliance, HACCP program
and Allergen Management protocol
- Use proper tools (including chemical & lubrication) that
meet company food safety standard.
- Maintain a clean and hazardous free work area while
supporting and promoting company GMP’s, Safety, and Mondelēz policies.
- Comply with Company policies, procedures and local
- Report all quality and food safety related issues
immediately to the Line Leader or Manager for corrections and corrective
- Awareness of what a quality/in-spec cookie and package looks
- Demonstrated awareness and commitment to quality
- Understand allergens and kosher status and how to handle
- Good knowledge of HACCP and WHMIS
- High School diploma is required
- At least 1 year of work experience in a manufacturing
environment is required
- Ability to work as a team member to achieve performance
objectives is required
- Ability to learn new tasks is required
- Ability to communicate in English to other team members and
other management personnel is required
- Ability to read and write in English is required
- Ability to troubleshoot problems in processing and/or
packaging machinery is required
- Ability to follow directions is required
- Must be able to work any shift, weekends, and overtime as
- Must be flexible to travel to other Mondelez sites within
North America and Europe as part of
their training program
- Must be capable of lifting up to 50 lbs
- Reaching: Full extension
- Repetition: High
Mondelez Canada welcomes and encourages applications from
people with disabilities. Accommodations for disabilities or other grounds
protected by human rights legislation are available upon request for candidates
taking part in all aspects of the employment selection process. If you are a
person with a disability and have questions or would like help with your
application, please contact 847-943-5460 for assistance.
Applicants must complete all required steps in the
application process, including providing education and work history, in order
to be considered for this position. All applicants will receive an email after
submitting the first stage of the application. This email will include a link
to return to the second stage of the application process. If you had previously
submitted a resume, you will need to confirm/verify education and work history.
For those that did not submit a resume, you will need to manually enter
education and work history.