Food Safety Manager
- North Salt Lake City, UT
- Job Details
- Date PostedNovember 26th 2014
- LocationNorth Salt Lake City, UT
- Salary$70,000 - $90,000
- DegreeBachelor of Science
- Relocation AssistanceAvailable
- Job ID2F0FIDC
working with one of our clients to help them identify a Food Safety Manager
who’ll be responsible for reducing and/or eliminating food safety risk(s) at
the manufacturing facility near Salt Lake City, UT.
The individual selected for this role will report
directly into the VP of Technical Services; The Food Safety Manager is
responsible for establishing an effective communication and reporting channel
across all levels of the organization.
In this high-impact
role, you’ll be responsible for
Lead all initiatives related to the SQF program and work
with Corporate QA team to ensure that company and all operations are in full
Lead environmental and testing metrics process for all
Assure microbial programs are implemented, routinely
assessed, tweaked and well maintained. This includes environmental
monitoring and pathogen testing.
Devise and articulate Food Safety and QA protocols to
each level of the organization; work seamlessly with Plant Leadership to
assure communication channels are maintains and nothing “falls through the
cracks”, including areas of focus including HACCP, Pest Control, and
Recruit, develop, train, hold accountable, and mentor a
Food Safety and Quality Assurance team at facility.
Maintaining the company’s reputation and position within
their industry as it relates to food safety and consumer protection.
Drive corporate food safety culture by establishing
close working relationships and partnerships with Maintenance, Engineering,
and Operations personnel.
The type of
background that will allow you to hit the ground running
• 3+ years management experience within the food
processing / food manufacturing industry
• Masters in Food Science / Chemistry / Microbiology /
Food Technology highly desired; a Bachelors Degree
and continuing education plus additional years of commercial experience
within a food manufacturing / processing environment is acceptable in the
absence of a Masters Degree.
• Experience and success operating within a matrix
• Strong background and familiarity with current
Regulatory Affairs, Sanitation, and QA / Food Safety protocols and
regulations within food manufacturing