Under the VP of
Facilities supervision, employee will monitor DUSí Hazard Analysis and
Critical Control Points (HAACP) food safety program and develop, implement
and monitor a quality assurance program.
- Minimum Bachelorís degree in
- National Certification Food
- Two yearsí experience in
working multisite food operations in remote site facilities
Excellence: Identifies what needs to be completed and takes action to
achieve a standard of excellence beyond job expectations
Corporate Values: Understand,
embraces, and integrates DUS corporate values into everyday duties and
Safety and Security: Promotes a safe work
environment for co-workers and customers
Customer Service: Identifies and
responds to current and future client needs by providing excellent service
to internal and external customers
Teamwork: Resourceful team
player that builds, strengthens, and maintains collaborative relationships
with others inside and outside the organization
- Know and be able to apply
scientific information as it relates to HAACP
- Coordinate HACCP and QA
programs with members of the DUS team
- Plan each fiscal yearís
expenditure and maintain expenditures within approved limits.
- Plan, develop, implement,
teach, evaluate, inspection of food services facilities and follow
through with an effective HACCP Food Safety and Quality Assurance
- Continually research valid
data and keep up to date with the most recent HACCP and food quality
- Develop and implement
effective professional working relationship with DUS clients, members
of the DUS team, HACCP representatives of other remote site feeding
companies and with professionals in the field.
- Market QA and Safety programs
by visiting representative in corporate offices, visiting job sites,
attending various activities of the remote industry and through other
means of communications.
- Maintain adequate files on
significant events or activities of each program for audit purposes
and statistical data.
- Willingness to perform other
duties as assigned
The majority of work
is performed in a professional office setting with a wide variety of people
with differing functions, personalities and abilities. Required to travel
to remote sites and may be exposed to all weather conditions. Employee may
lack immediate access to critical medical services as well as urban
community services when on the job site.
The work is generally
sedentary, requiring routine walking, standing, bending and carrying items
weighing less than forty pounds. Reasonable accommodations may be made to
enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
It is DUSís business
philosophy and practice to provide reasonable accommodations, according to
applicable state and federal laws, to all qualified individuals with
physical or mental disabilities.
Preference will be
given to Doyon shareholders and shareholders of other Alaska Native Corporations
in accordance with Title 43 U.S. Code 1626(g) and Title 42 U.S. Code