Food and Facility
Safety Coordinator - Boise, ID 83706 (Southeast Boise area)
Partner with Manager, Food and
Facility Safety and Sanitation to administer all food and facility safety and
sanitation activities in assigned division to ensure compliance with
established laws, regulations and corporate and division policies and
procedures; maintain the standards for safe food and a healthful environment
for all customers, associates and vendors.
- Assist with frequent and
unscheduled food and facility safety and sanitation audits of assigned
stores with emphasis on those stores with high or low cleaning supply
movement, evidence of pest problems, customer complaints, regulatory
action, history of non-compliance and referral by other company
associates or management.
- Review audit results with
Manager, Food and Facility Safety and Sanitation to help correct
deficient conditions. Communicate to Food and Facility Safety Manager inspection results needed for follow-up and support.
- Monitor stores to comply with
local, state and federal food safety and health standards, including
personal hygiene and hand washing, temperature control of potentially
hazardous foods, cross contamination control, pest control and chemical
use training. Direct store response to regulatory inspection
deficiencies through district and division staffs using management
discretion, knowledge of health regulations and operational
- Coach and train store teams on
proper food safety and worker safety practices and procedures.
- Maintain active working
relationships with state health officials in all states of
responsibility. Actively participate in regulatory meetings at both
local and state level. Stay abreast of regulatory requirements for food
safety and store sanitation to provide necessary direction to stores.
Monitor regulatory inspections and provide guidance to stores for the
resolution of noted deficiencies.
- Compile and provide regular
updates to Manager, Food and Facility Safety.
- Review recall bulletins which
have a health hazard classification for accuracy and completeness.
Insure distribution of and adequate response to health hazard recalls.
- Communicate and assist
third-party sanitation and pest control suppliers in their day-to-day
service to stores, communicate store needs for training, supplies and
service. Compile and share store sanitation evaluation reports provided
by pest control and sanitation supplies vendor representatives.
Coordinate implementation of plans to address noted deficiencies to
ensure compliance with Company policies and applicable health
- Assist as requested with
investigations of food-related illness claims to determine and implement
- Monitor food and facility
safety and sanitation self-inspection and record keeping requirements
including service deli hot case temperature logs, training verification
forms, and store food safety and sanitation green binders.
- Maintain channels of
communication, encouraging store and division personnel to express new
ideas, suggestions and complaints, reviewing each for appropriateness
and further action. Maintain channels of communication with State and
local health regulators to provide for quick action to correct and
prevent regulatory violations.
- Participate in district
leadership calls as a functional support lead.
- Multiple state responsibility
- Varying types of areas urban vs
rural within one Division
KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE:
- Bachelor's degree in public
health, environmental health, food science, or equivalent desired. 1 - 2
years' experience or education in food handling, sanitation, or public
health preferred. Familiarity with retail grocery operations preferred.
Must obtain all professional licensure required by local law or
- 5+ years' experience in retail
Skills and Experiences:
- Must possess ability to
motivate others to achieve desired results. Deal effectively with a wide
variety of people daily.
- Strong analytical skills
required for data interpretation and analysis. Computer skills in
word-processing and spread sheet software preferred.
Possess excellent communication
skills, including oral and written plus the ability to speak effectively
before groups. Must be able to interface effectively with a wide variety of
personnel. Possess ability to communicate concepts, systems, procedures,
etc., in a training environment
- TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS: District / Division-wide
travel, up to 70%.
- Most work is performed in a
temperature-controlled retail or office environment.
- Incumbent may sit for long
periods of time at desk or computer terminal.
- Incumbent may use calculators,
keyboards, telephone, and other office equipment during normal workday.
- Incumbent should spend most of
time traveling throughout the Division visiting retail units, coaching
and training store teams, attending hearings and arbitration, etc.
- Must have own transportation
and be available for overnight travel.
The above statements are intended to
describe the general nature and level of work being performed by associates
assigned to this job classification. They are not intended to be construed as
an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and skills required of personnel