Auditor - Battle Creek, MI 49016
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Join us in an opportunity as a Quality Auditor where you will lead and
participate in cross-functional teams for the planning, execution,
documentation, and lead gap closure of quality and food safety audits mainly
for the Kellogg Plants and supporting co-manufacturers and supplier
facilities. Engage with us when you collaborate with the plants and Corporate
Quality to ensure consistent adherence to Kellogg approved audit criteria
utilizing HACCP food safety and quality management principles and be responsible
for establishing and verifying equivalent standards are applied among all
business groups and ingredient categories.
HERE’S A TASTE OF WHAT YOU’LL BE DOING
with the business evaluate the existing implementation of Kellogg
Quality Food Safety (QFS) policies and coach Kellogg facilities'
personnel on System Verification to ensure compliance and sustainable
continuous improvement of QFS programs. To audit the Suppliers and
Co-Manufacturers against the established Kellogg Risk Based Standards expectations.
- Scheduling and
Conducting Audits, coordinating findings of audit team, identify gaps
within quality food safety programs and communicate with plant or
supplier to develop acceptable corrective actions; collaborating with
the plants / supplier and providing coaching and teaching to assist them
in understanding what is an issue and why it is an issue.
non-conformances to Corporate Quality Management through timely written
reports, escalating critical non-conformances and provide audit overview
to Quality and Supply Chain Platform Directors for business-critical
decisions. Evaluate new facility and equipment design, plans and
installations to assess risk and recommend improvements from an auditor
- Follow-up to
audit issues by thoroughly transitioning findings from the audit to the
responsible Quality Food Safety Coach or Ingredient Manager to work with
the facilities or supplier to successfully complete action register,
making final recommendations to Kellogg Quality Management for
acceptance or refusal of all assigned suppliers. Reviewing and
recommending revisions to Quality Manual to ensure consistency between
Quality Policies and the audit process.
- Utilize your
expertise by assessing strengths of established Quality and Food Safety
programs, identifying risks, and determining rating of nonconformance
and overall audit score. Have the knowledge and communication skills to
support the audit findings professionally and technically.
YOUR RECIPE FOR SUCCESS
Substantial experience in Quality Assurance including extensive
experience in food industry and/or food auditing techniques
- Ability to
collaborate with the plants, be open to feedback, provide real-time
feedback, coach and teach others as they are auditing a facility
communication skills and the ability to promote good relations with
suppliers, procurement & management
- Ability to
demonstrate objectivity and authority in evaluation of implemented
Quality Food Safety Programs against established Kellogg and/or Auditee’s
Quality Food Safety Programs
- Ability to
manage assigned projects in addition standard work of
Auditing/delivering Audit Report (KPI metric)
- GFSI auditor
- Knowledge in
Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) and practical auditing experience
After you apply, your application will be reviewed by a real recruiter
– not a bot. This means it could take us a little while to get back with you
so watch your inbox for updates. In the meantime, visit our How We
Hire page to get insights into our hiring process and how to best
prepare for a Kellogg interview.
If we can help you with a reasonable accommodation throughout the application
or hiring process, please USA.Recruitment@kellogg.com.
This role takes part in Locate for Your Day, Kellogg’s hybrid way
of working that empowers office-based employees to, in partnership with their
managers, find a balance between working from home and the office.
ABOUT KELLOGG COMPANY
Kellogg Company is a multibillion-dollar company with over 30 thousand
employees all over the globe. We are proud to make delicious foods that
people love – foods that you grew up with like Frosted Flakes, Cheez It, Eggo, Pop-Tarts, Crunchy Nut, Pringles, as well as
innovative foods such as MorningStar Farms, RX bar,
and Noodles. Our KValues and BetterDays
commitments are at the core of who we are, what we believe and what brings us
together. We’re proud to say we’ve been awarded with Fortune’s “World’s Most
Admired Companies”, DiversityInc’s “Top 50
Companies for Diversity”, Newsweek’s “Most Loved Workplaces”, and many more
awards that you can check out here.
Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion has been part of our DNA since the beginning. Clearly stated in
our Code of Ethics “we have respect for individuals of all backgrounds,
capability and opinions.” We believe that equity is more than leveling the
playing field. It is making sure barriers, both tangible and intangible, are
removed. Interested in the numbers? We hold ourselves accountable with our
yearly Features report.
Kellogg is proud to offer industry competitive Total Health
benefits (Physical, Financial, Emotional, and Social) that vary
depending on region and type of role. Be sure to ask your recruiter for more
THE FINER PRINT
Estimated travel is 50-75%.
Kellogg’s has launched a new global hybrid work approach called Locate for
Your Day (LFYD). In partnership with their manager, LFYD empowers our
eligible US office-based employees to choose where to work each day. Built on
trust, you and your manager will decide how LFYD works best for you and your
team. This new flexibility is designed to drive culture and performance. Our
recruiting team can fill you in on the exact details for this position.
The ability to work a full shift, come to work on time, work overtime
as needed and the ability to work according to the necessary schedule to meet
job requirements with or without reasonable accommodation is an essential
function of this position.
Kellogg Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer that strives to provide an
inclusive work environment, a seat for everyone at the table, and embraces
the diverse talent of its people. All qualified applicants will receive
consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity,
disability, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity, gender
expression, marital status, sexual orientation, age, protected veteran
status, or any other characteristic protected by law. For more information
regarding our efforts to advance Equity, Diversity & Inclusion, please
visit our website here.
Where required by state law and/or city ordinance; this employer will
provide the Social Security Administration (SSA) and, if necessary, the
Department of Homeland Security (DHS), with information from each new
employee’s Form I-9 to confirm work authorization. For additional
information, please follow this link.
Let’s create the future of food,