Imagine...working for a company that knows that its people are the key to its success in the marketplace. A company in which achieving extraordinary results and having a stimulating work experience are part of the same process.
We cultivate and embrace a diverse employee population. We recognize that people with diverse backgrounds, experiences and perspectives fuel our growth and enrich our global culture.
We are looking for an individual who enjoys working in a fast-paced, team oriented environment, likes to be challenged, and values the opportunity to make a difference.
Ensure that all production equipment covered under the respective SSOP programs of the facilities of the Napoleon campus are in a sanitary condition prior to being placed into service. Provide regular auditing of facility, GMP, and safety standards and take appropriate corrective action when needed. Provide quality training and awareness to plant employees. Maintain documentation of daily entries of the SSOP recording documents of either the East or West Plant, and monitor the entries of other personnel for correctness and to provide training to these individuals as needed to facilitate future correctness. Provide liaison with USDA Inspectors regarding non-conformance reports and corrective action plans, as well as facilitate positive relations and pro-active management. Provide support to overall key Food Safety/Quality program efforts such as, SQF certification audits, internal GAP assessment audits, campus verification/validation activities, Master Sanitation Plan, HACCP program, and Food Security initiatives.
-Manage the auditing of internal production equipment, coordinating with fellow Auditors to ensure seamless and consistent service. Coordinate with fellow Auditors and Manager to ensure continuous coverage during any time production is in operation within the campus, to include weekend/holiday periods, coverage for vacations or unexpected illness and be available to provide said coverage as needed.
-Provide timely and accurate auditing of facility physical conditions and GMP standards, documenting and initiating corrective action for any identified deficiencies. Complete follow-on reviews of requested corrections to facilitate a timely and acceptable resolution.
-Participate in Daily Direction Setting meetings representing topics of sanitation, reporting to the team any related information and providing the team with assistance in resolving any sanitation related issues.
-Manage assigned projects and programs to ensure timely results, including coordinating with other internal and external department personnel, managing the review, storage and archiving of related documents, creating new documents, revising existing documents, determining training needs and facilitating such training, complete analytical, validation and verification sampling and testing,
-Function as a Subject Matter Expert on all issues relating to Sanitation as related to the specific functions of each plant, East and West, and operate as an approachable resource to all plant personnel in that regard.
-Cross-train in other QA tasks to function as back-up to other QA team members.
-Provide equipment auditing services in a timely manner when requested.
-Provide facility and GMP auditing in assigned area and frequency.
-Completion of other tasks and projects as assigned.
-Review Cleaning and Auditing records for correctness and provide training related to such when required.
-Assist in providing training relating to proper equipment cleaning and chemical usage, as needed, to plant personnel.
4-year BS degree is preferred, combination of education and work experience will be considered.
0-4 years of food industry experience in a plant environment.
Strong interpersonal skills and demonstrated leadership abilities.
Strong problem solving and critical thinking skills.
Proficient knowledge of KPI's and data analysis.
Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Well-developed attention to detail.
Ability to effectively communicate with various levels of plant staff.
Effective presentation and training skills.
Ability to work 2nd Shift 1:30pm-10:00pm EST
The working environment includes both office and plant floor settings. Exposure to industrial noise, forklift traffic, moving mechanical parts, and temperature extremes occur in operating areas of the plants. Ability to move in and around equipment to include use of stairs and ladders.
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