Sanitation Supervisor will be responsible for planning, organizing and working alongside and supervising sanitation to ensure the facility is clean, food safe, while effectively supporting production operations.
- Maintains the cleaning of all processing equipment and production work areas.
- Create check lists, write SOPs, SSOPs, enforce GMPs, and ensure all federal and state regulations are met.
- Assists in the development and maintenance of the Sanitation Program for the variety of products produced in compliance with customer requirements and government regulations.
- Manages and follows Master Sanitation Schedule.
- Implements, revises, and updates as necessary.
- Develop and generate written reports and formal communications to ensure that work requests are satisfactorily completed.
- Ensure general plant cleanliness and maintain the facility in audit-ready condition.
- Formulate plans for improving the sanitation program; communicate with the QA and Production Manager for implementation review.
- Inspects premises for unsanitary practices and conditions.
- Confers with Quality and Production management on sanitation problems, and recommends changes in equipment, plant layout, lighting, ventilation, or work practices to improve sanitation standards and food safety
- Compiles required reports regarding regular sanitation inspections, deficiencies and steps taken to resolve deficiencies.
- Ensures that all sanitation chemicals used are approved for the food industry.
- Ensure compliance with all company policies and procedures.
- Must have a High School Diploma.
- Minimum of 3 years of increasing responsibility in directing/supervising the sanitation function in the food processing.
- Must have knowledge of chemical usage and handling for food processing sanitation.
- Computer literacy in a Microsoft Office Suite software environment.
- Experience in administering programs and policies required for HACCP certification.
- Strong and demonstrated sanitary food manufacturing practices. SQF, NSF, AIB, HACCP, FDA/USDA a plus.