The Food Safety Manager is responsible for ensuring our customers are
provided with the highest quality product as well as excellent customer
service. Responsible for ensuring and maintaining a food safe environment
through compliance to all requirements of programs/policies for Food
Safety, Good Manufacturing Practices, HACCP, Quality, Workplace Safety,
IPM, OSHA, Environmental, and as may be required by Plant, Company, and
Local, State and Federal mandates or programs.
- Supports without hesitation
General Plant Safety, Food Safety, Food Defense Initiatives and Good
Manufacturing Practices with an understanding that these are absolutes
and are Priority #1.
- Assures that General Safety
and Food Safety is an absolute priority by setting the example as a
member of senior management.
- Assures that Product Quality
is an absolute priority utilizing IPM, Plant Teams and outside
resources to accomplish this.
- Assigns all work duties and
work schedules associated with the Sanitation Department.
- Conducts plant wide
- Plant liaison for corporate
related meetings, etc.
- Purchases all necessary
sanitation supplies and equipment to maintain a clean and safe plant.
- Chairs all regular GMP
- Attends all courses, seminars
and educational opportunities as may be necessary
- A lead person in the Safety
and Environmental Programs
- Required to accompany AIB,
State and Federal Regulatory inspectors, and any third party
- Responsible for promoting a
Safe Work Environment plant wide.
- Controls labor and material
costs in order to comply with the approved budgetary guidelines.
- Works closely with Human
Resources as may be necessary.
- Maintains weekly inventory of
- Responsible for ensuring that
GMP requirements are adequately met and maintained plant wide.
- Maintains and enters data
into the Corp. Environmental System.
- Develop and maintain a Master
Sanitation Cleaning Schedule.
- Allergens are currently a
part of the plant operation; therefore, it is critically important
that the entire Plant Allergen Program is clearly understood,
supported and adhered to.
- Provides training to all
associates on Allergen, HACCP and GMP programs and policies.
preferred. A combination of education, training and experience that results
in demonstrated competency to perform the work may be substituted.
Five or more years of
Sanitation experience in a Food Processing/Manufacturing Environment,
preferably in a bakery, with at least two years of management experience.
- Capable of teaching, training
and sharing technical knowledge to employees within operations.
- A high level of analytical
ability is required in order to find solutions to difficult sanitation
- A basic knowledge of
chemicals and pesticides.
- Learning and Adopting Best
- People Oriented Leadership
Bimbo Bakeries USA
provides equal employment and affirmative action opportunities to
minorities, females, veterans, and disabled individuals, as well as other