Responsible for sanitation requirements of machinery, equipment and facilities. Develops and maintains plant sanitation programs and procedures. Collaborates with engineers, suppliers, contractors and plant partners to ensure a clean and sterile facility. Assures compliance with regulatory agencies in regard to sanitation requirements and the use of cleaning and exterminating agents. Responsible for managing and owning various functions of the business and creating an engaged and team oriented work force in order to improve business results. |
The Sanitation Team Leader develops and directs the plant sanitation program to ensure the plant operates within good manufacturing practices that comply with Federal, State, and company standards. Additional descriptions of duties and position responsibilities include:
Reports directly to the Production Manager with service level requirements to the QA Manager, Engineering Manager, HR Manager, and Production Superintendents.
Promotes sanitation philosophies and ensures participation amongst the various departments and levels with the facility.
Maintains a rigid and complete sanitation standard for the facility as established by the company and the demands of our customers and third party food safety and plant sanitation auditors. This standard is periodically reviewed and modified to meet the needs of the facility.
Developing, administering, and evaluating a departmental operating budget and controlling usage rates for chemicals, supplies, and all other components of the budget.
Knowledge in the use and application of cleaning chemicals, chemical interactions, and material safety data sheets.
Responsible for designing and scheduling effective line cleanup and transition strategies, as well as effective cyclical plant cleanups that assures plant compliance to company and bacteriological standards.
Training and performance of Sanitation Leaders, Utilities, and Laborers to include developing and implementing Skills Validations and moving individual skills forward.
Lead a Continuous Improvement team as it relates to Sanitation programs with an end result of improving overall performance for the department and facility.
Be responsible for the safety engagement, activities, and performance of the Sanitation employees.
Bachelors Degree or work experience required.
Prior experience in a sanitation role of at least 1 year
Three years of experience in a food manufacturing environment required.
Leadership experience in a large inter-disciplinary group environment
Experience with computers and software including Excel, Word, Power Point, Outlook
Ability to work independently and under time constraints
A high level of personal initiative and expectation for achieving results or maintaining standards
The ability to attract, develop, motivate, and evaluate subordinates such that objectives are consistently met or exceeded.
Must be able to stand, sit, bend and be able to lift up to 50 pounds.
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