JOB TITLE: Plant Manager
LOCATION: Kasilof, AK (Early April – Mid October)
The Plant Manager manages and oversees all plant functions. Produces high quality seafood products
while maximizing recoveries and minimizing costs. Ensures all plant operations are conducted in
compliance with local, state and federal regulations as they pertain to a food production facility (food
safety, environmental compliance, fishing regulations, worker safety and health regulations, etc.).
Builds long-term working relationships with employees, fishermen, local communities, suppliers and
vendors. Exercises continuous leadership and focuses plant personnel on priorities. Responsible for line
design and configuration, production enhancements, personnel issues, budgeting and decision making.
Provides direct supervision to line personnel. Trains employees in supervisory skills and production
requirements. Supports corporate policies and initiatives. This position is exempt from overtime and
reports to the General Manager.
 Manages of all plant functions. Oversees production flow. Monitors processes and makes
adjustments (personnel, machinery) as needed to maximize efficiency while maintaining high
quality products and maximizing recoveries.
 Supervises and trains plant personnel.
 Ensures all plant operations meet or exceed regulatory requirements.
 Develops long-term working relationships with employees, fishermen, local communities and
 Handles personnel issues in line with company policies.
 Tracks expenditures relative to budget; ensures projects are completed timely and at or under
 Works with other NPSI plants and the corporate office on various projects and initiatives.
 Other duties as assigned.
 5+ years of experience in the Alaska seafood industry, with an emphasis on sockeye salmon
 3+ years or experience as a Production Manager, Assistant Plant Manager, Plant Manager or
 Proven ability to manage employees and processes.
 Working knowledge of regulations that apply to seafood production.
 Influential, collaborative, professional demeanor. Effective oral and written communications.
 Intermediate Microsoft Office skills (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook). Ability and willingness to work in a Kasilof, Alaska during the season and to work in a seafood
processing plant for several months. This includes traveling and working in inclement weather
and in a seafood production plant (inherent hazards include moving machinery, wet floors,
noise, forklift traffic, etc.).
 Consistent and reliable attendance is an essential function of this position.
To apply for this position, submit resume and professional work references to:
Additional Information:
Excellent benefits offered. Position open until filled. Not all applicants will be contacted for additional
screening. Please visit our website at for additional information about
our company. No phone calls, please.

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