This position is responsible for sanitation and cleaning of
assigned production areas.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Disassembles and sanitizes all required equipment; cleans
outside of tanks and required equipment; cleans walls, floors, and drains
within the department using established procedures. Washes all utensils
used for processing and mixing of products. Checks cleaning records
indicating frequency, duration, temperature, concentration and use of
final sanitizing product. May be responsible for mixing chemical
solutions to proper concentrations following the sanitation procedures.
Coordinates cleaning with maintenance and production for on
time production start-up. Performs duties designed to control insects
within the plant. Cleans footbaths and replenishes solution as needed.
Ensures all hose stations are shut off every night. Performs all duties
in compliance with State, Federal and company sanitation and safety
regulations including using all required PPE (Personal Protective
Equipment). Assists with production when necessary.
Exhibit desirable and appropriate professional behavior
including integrity, ability to learn, results orientation, ability to
interact effectively with others, team playing, sense of urgency and a
quality focus to provide for a cohesive, productive unit dedicated to the
achievement of company and department goals.
Education: High School Diploma or equivalent.
Years of Related Experience: One to three
months related experience.
Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: Ability to
understand safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and
procedure manuals. Ability to complete required documentation. Add,
subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole
numbers common fractions and decimals. Able to lift and operate
high-pressure hose/or steam hoses. Ability to Operate C.O.P tanks and
portable foamers. Minor adjustments on
equipment. Perform accurate measurements. Ability to understand and to
carry out detailed but uninvolved written or oral instructions. Comply
with all general safety policies and procedures, including using all
required PPE (Personal Protective Equipment), in accordance with Company,
Local, State and Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration
(OSHA) rules and regulations