Conduct food safety audits of client’s
facility. Provide technical training to management and employees at
client’s facility regarding the adequacy of food safety program, integrated
pest management, operational methods and personnel practices, maintenance
for food safety and cleaning practices. Communicate verbally to management
on the level of food safety existing at the facility. Prepare a written
report for management, recapping all issues of observations and, if needed,
corrective actions that should be taken. The food safety inspector must be
able to be away from home and travel extensively.
Organize inspection itineraries for the year and make changes as
necessary to accommodate new business, postponements, etc.
Notify clients of inspection dates, if required.
Travel to the inspection site and arrange to stay in client's area during
Conduct food safety audits using the AIB Standards and Procedure Manual
instructions. Conduct specialized food safety audits when required.
Train personnel in food safety issues, write a report following the audit
and send it to AIB within five working days.
Complete expense vouchers for each client and mail to headquarters weekly.
Expenses for extended trips that include proration may be submitted by the
end of the week following the trip.
Lecture and or participate in food safety conferences, in-plant seminars
and/or AIB seminars.
Maintain a favorable working relationship with all other company employees
to foster and promote a cooperative and harmonious working climate that
will be conducive to maximum employee morale, productivity and
Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Food processors, food distributors and packaging facilities
B.S. degree from an accredited college or university, preferably in science
or related topic to food safety, plus 5-10 years of food plant experience
in a responsible position related to food safety.
High school diploma, or equivalent, plus approximately 10 years food plant
Must possess excellent verbal communication skills, good writing abilities,
correct grammar, sentence structure, and spelling. Be able to organize
travel itineraries, make travel arrangements and travel to inspection
sites; be able to work independently of direct office supervision and file
all reports, requests for information and expense vouchers in a timely
manner; and be able to use a computer.
Must be physically able to safely ascend to
heights, be able to bend, crawl and move safely and freely around machinery
and building without assistance. Must have eyesight or corrected eyesight
to safely work around and inspect equipment, identify insect pests and to
prepare inspection notes and reports without assistance.
The food safety auditor must:
Must be willing to travel up to 90% of the time
Conduct himself/herself in a professional manner, including appearance and
demeanor, at all times.
Carry out all inspection assignments and follow all written and verbal
instructions from Audit Services.
Maintain a valid and current driver's license, current automobile liability
insurance and maintain a personal vehicle for business use.
Maintain fiscal responsibility that will enable the auditor to travel, work
and be away from home on company business.
International Inc. is an equal opportunity employer of individuals with
disabilities and protected veterans. AIB International Inc. actively seeks
diversity among its employees. Background check required.