The Production Manager is responsible for overseeing all aspects of production aboard a seafood processing vessel. Including planning and forecasting for production, training and coaching of key staff on company standards, interfacing with operation departments to ensure that location is on target for production goals and provides corporate office with production information, tracking and managing employee performance and disciplinary action, and managing all inventory levels to ensure production line has resources needed to accomplish production goals. Qualified candidates have previous production management experience, preferably in the seafood industry.
Ability to work in remote Alaska, onboard a vessel, for approximately 6-8 months out of the year. Some of this time may be spent at other Icicle facilities in addition to the Gordon Jensen, depending on need. The work schedule in Alaska requires long hours, up to 16-hours per day and 7 days per week.
The Gordon Jensen is a motorized processing vessel that is able to maintain a year-round operation, consisting of a 195-employee workforce that is engaged in the production of cod, herring, and all species of Pacific Salmon. The vessel operates in Dutch Harbor, Bristol Bay, Prince William Sound, and other remote regions of Alaska, as needed.