Food Safety and Integrity Coordinator – Berkeley, CA
Primary Role: The FSI Coordinator provides administrative and research support, as well as assistance to the FSI Department and cross-functional internal customers.
§ Ensures all FSI documentation is kept current and accessible; including organic system plan documentation, affidavits, certificates, specifications, and other food safety departmental documents.
§ Responsible for updating and maintaining the accuracy of specific data bases including:
- Ingredient master that acts as binding agreements between
QAI and CB&C.
§ Responsible for managing submissions of new products for QAI certification. Requires coordination with various internal departments to ensure established timelines are achieved.
§ Responsible for collection, maintenance, and distribution of weekly/monthly documents to FSI team – including KPI’s, FSI meeting notes, team calendar, etc.
§ Responsible for completion and distribution of Packaging Approval Notifications (PAN) to both internal and external team in a timely manner.
§ Supports the development and management of specifications.
§ Supports the FSI Manager–Ingredients and the FSI Ingredient Analyst with the management of food safety programs at all new and existing vendors. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Requesting, gathering and tracking information for the VQE
§ Supports FSI Managers–Finished Products with, but is not limited to:
- Distribution center management programs
§ Supports the FSI Compliance Manager with, but is not limited to:
- Requesting, gathering, and updating information for wrapper
§ Provide administrative support and special project work for the Director of Food Safety & Integrity.
§ Other duties as assigned.
§ Successful experience in leading multiple projects, managing priorities.
§ Strong communication skills a must – both written and verbal.
§ Strong project management, implementation and organizational skills. Ability to drive and implement programs and procedures with cross-functional partners.
§ Ability to manage documentation is critical.
§ Experience and proficiency with desktop applications (Word, Excel, Access, Sharepoint)
§ High initiative, highly innovative and creative – expectation for continuous improvement of processes
§ Working knowledge in the following areas a plus:
- Organic regulations
§ Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Food Science or applicable science.
§ Minimum of four years experience; with one to two years in the food industry or related field preferred,
§ Demonstrated problem solving skills.
§ Administrative experience should include responsibility for organizing heavy work volumes, creating and updating spreadsheets, data entry, formatting and typing documents.
§ Team collaboration skills are essential, as are attention to detail, initiative, work organization, and follow-up.
§ Demonstrate integrity, maturity, and a constructive approach to challenges.
Travel: 5 - 10% of the time.
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