$100K — $150K *
Purpose of Role:
Under the direction of the Director of Food Safety & QA, the Sanitation Manager shall be responsible for implementing and monitoring all Sanitary Food Quality and Food Safety Programs with a focus on MSS documentation, Daily Pre-Operational Inspections, audit preparation, hands-on training, environmental swabbing, chemical titration and usage, document review, document management and related training and performance evaluation activities as assigned.
As the Sanitation Manager, you will be required to develop and implement strategic Sanitation Program, policies, plans and processes to ensure that sanitary performance meets required standards.
You will be responsible for clearly communicating expectations to Sanitation employees.
You will ensure compliance with Master Sanitation Schedule.
Develop and train Sanitation staff especially in the correct handling and usage of sanitation chemicals.
Work flexible shift hours daily; weekends off as necessary and back-up coverage from Sanitation Supervisor.
Supervise, schedule and coordinate Sanitation Technicians.
Train employees on OSHA safety, chemical handling and safety, food safety and PPE. Enforce PPE compliance on the Sanitation Team
Manage Master Sanitation Schedule.
Conduct daily walk through to review equipment design and inspect for damage.
Daily pre-operational inspection walk-through and corrective actions documented through use and verification of ATP swabs and listeria swab program. (In conjunction with QA Technician).
Complete monthly internal food safety audit corrective actions.
Enter work orders in the system for damaged equipment in need of repair.
Keep Sanitation Chemical Supply room clean and orderly.
Ongoing employee training for specific equipment cleaning procedures with completion of the annual verification training for each zone per employee.
Daily walk through prior to employee dismissal.
Sanitation Supervisor will assume role responsibilities in case of absence.
Monitor and trend chemical usage and employee supplies.
Identify list of items that needs to be ordered to maintain inventory bi-weekly basis.
Work Experience and Qualifications Expected:
Previous experience as Sanitation Supervisor / Manager for a food manufacturing company
USDA experience preferred
HACCP – Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point experience
5+ years of supervisory experience preferred
Working knowledge of GMP's and MSS
Excellent oral and written communications skills
Word, Excel and Access experience required
Key Performance Indicators
Completion of sanitation schedule
Compliance with swab program (ATP and listeria swabs)
Completion of corrective actions for any out of specification swab results
Valid through: 8/13/2020