Food Safety Auditor - New England
Territory – Boston, MA
US-MA-Boston | US-CT-Hartford | US-MA-Concord
| US-RI-Woonsocket | US-NH-Salem
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Food Safety Auditor - New England Territory
direct supervision, project manages the completion of assigned client food
safety audits. Educates and trains client employees, including hourly and
salaried staff levels, on food safety practices. Conducts food safety training
for clients and works with them to adopt important food safety principles.
Prepares written analyses for clients which includes observations,
assessments, and recommendations conveyed during the audits.
- Project manages the completion of assigned client
food safety audits.
- Utilizes food safety knowledge and training to
objectively analyze and assess food safety, sanitation, and security
measures at client locations primarily restaurants and grocery stores.
- Educates and trains client employees, including
hourly and salaried staff, on food safety practices.
- Supports the client adoption of important food safety
- Prepares written analyses for clients which includes
observations, assessments, and recommendations conveyed during audits.
- Serves as a liaison between the client and the Health
Department when requested.
- Performs other duties as directed.
This is a Field Auditor position that will support the New
England territory including: VT, NH, ME, MA, RI and CT.
- University degree in a science curriculum
- Ability to meet deadlines and manage project
- Strong computer skills with Microsoft Excel, Word,
- Excellent customer service and communication skills
- Willingness to travel 75-100%
within respective territory
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