Id 4661 - Posted 10/19/2015 - QA
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Triumph Foods, LLC (Triumph) is a leader in the Pork Industry, and is
recognized as a top exporter of premium pork products worldwide. The Company
began operations in 2006, in Saint Joseph, MO, and is producer owned.
Triumph's state-of-the-art facility processes in excess of 6 million hogs
each year, and features the latest food quality, safety innovations, and
humane handling practices in the industry. The Company prides itself on
producing the highest quality pork products found in the market today.
Responsible for establishing, and implementing FSQA department
programs and maintaining the measurements to assure finished products meet or
exceed Triumph Foods standards, customer standards, and industry
standards. Direct, plan, supervise and control all aspects of
plant/corporate operations to include; coordination of the development,
training, implementation and reporting of Quality into 100% of facility
processes; monitor and maintain compliance with USDA regulations and
requirements; consistently implement requirements set forth for maintaining
the highest standard of quality for products and services.
Essential Functions and Job Responsibilities:
Responsible for effective management of FSQA
technicians and FSQA Supervisors in a Pork Harvesting (kill /cut) facility.
Develop, manage, train, and supervise all plant FSQA
hourly staff promoting both individual and team success.
Provide necessary technical resources to all department
managers, report all quality deviations to appropriate facility personnel
Leads and monitors the food safety and quality
Communicate with operations management, purchasing and
/or raw material suppliers, regarding product quality deviations
and supplier audit information
Provide guidance to supervisors regarding all product
Investigate all quality complaints, document, and
implement both corrective and preventative actions.
Perform and/or oversee HACCP and GMP audits of the
process as well as employee training in these areas in conjunction with the
Prioritize supervisory tasks in regards to customer
focus and USDA concerns.
Work with operations to ensure products on hold are
Ability to participate in cross-functional management
Act as USDA facility contact
Prepare for and participate as needed in third party
Direct reports include:All FSQA Department Technicians and FSQA
Indirect reports may include Lab Technicians,
Sanitation and Production labor force.
May at times fill in for Director of FSQA or Regulatory
Aid in R&D projects with quality issues
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be
able to perform each essential function satisfactorily.The
requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or
ability required.Reasonable accommodations will be
made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential job
Education / Skills:
B.S. in Meat or Food Science or related area of study
(or) 4 four + years within the meat industry emphasis pork.
Minumum of 4+ years Supervisory experience in a manufacturing
Basic knowledge of both commercial and technical
aspects of the entire business, Meat Industry Regulations (USDA-FSIS, SSOP,
HACCP, GMP's), and food microbiology.Preference to
have HACCP and SQF \BRC Certification.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills required.Requires ability to write effective reports and
business correspondence; Oral and written presentation must be effective to
all levels of employees
Use of basic math (addition, subtraction,
multiplication, and division) is required, along with the ability to use some
mathematical formulas and calculations to prepare or interpret routine
statistical information. Work requires basic computer skills. Examples of
required skills include: generating simple letters, spreadsheets and/or
Ability to interpret a variety of instructions
furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form. Have the ability
to make decisions on routine matters of policies and procedures.
Work primarily in a monitoring capacity. Has the authority
to stop processes in the event of gross non-conformance of procedures and/or
The physical demands are representative of those that
must be met by an employee to successfully perform essential functions of
this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with
disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Work environment includes a normal office environment
as well as climate extremes found in the plant operations. Incumbent is
required to travel to remote facilities and/or corporate offices for training
and meetings. Visits to customer and supplier facilities may also be
required. Noise level varies upon area of facility where employee is
Triumph voluntarily participates in the E-Verify program, and uses all
tools made available by the federal government to confirm that all employees
are permitted to work in the United States. Persons offered employment with
Triumph are required to provide documentation of compliance with the
verification requirements to the Immigration and Control Act.
Triumph Foods is a Direct Deposit Company.
Triumph firmly supports the principle and philosophy of equal opportunity
for all indiviuals, regardless of age, race,
gender, creed, national origin, disability, veteran status or any other
protected category pursuant to applicable federal, state, or local laws.
Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans and
Individuals with Disabilities
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