FOOD SAFETY AND COMPLIANCE MANAGER (Minnesota)
The Site Food Safety & Compliance Manager is responsible for the direction & development of the Site Quality Department & Staff. Monitor & facilitate quality related functions. Ensures all Safety Programs are implemented & followed.
- Responsible for managing all aspects of the Corporate Food Safety & Quality Management Systems, at the Site level, to include but not limited to: FSMA, HACCP & food safety program compliance, internal audits, food safety permit process, project reviews, site GMP/housekeeping, enforcement of the hygiene zone program, compliance with regulatory requirements & regulatory audits, site environmental surveillance program, customer audit support & compliance, environmental disruption reports, site pest control program, site GFSI certification(s) & back-up site SQF practitioner, etc.
- In the event that the Site Quality Assurance Manager is unable to perform their food safety duties, the Site Quality Systems Representative will perform the duties.
- Drives the effectiveness of the site Food Safety & Quality Management Systems, per current GFSI standards.
- Responsible for Site compliance to FSMA.
- SAP system implementation as required.
- Responds to improvement opportunities & effectively improves results.
What You Will Need
- English skills must be proficient to understand, read, write & speak English
- Bachelor’s Degree & 6 years of quality assurance or related experience
- 8 years of advancement through management positions of increasing responsibility
- Strategic knowledge of production operations management for quality, yield & cost
- HACCP Plan development, Auditing, Regulatory requirements
- Continuous development of food safety & food regulation knowledge.
- Program proficiency in: Excel, Word, PowerPoint & Outlook.
- Understanding of Food Safety Preventative Controls.
What Will Put You Ahead
- Master’s degree
- Knowledge of plant technical activities through technical study & training
- Knowledge of warehouse operations & inventory management.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee will be required to:
- Stand, walk, use hands to finger, handle or feel and reach with hands and arms, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl and talk or hear.
- Stand and walk almost the entire workday.
- Employees must be physically capable of working in any of the job tasks within their respective area.
- Required to work at heights and in fairly small areas.
- Pushing, pulling, reaching, bending, stooping, squatting, kneeling, handling and grasping, twisting/turning, repetitive bending.