Plant Quality and Food Safety Manager - Quality-QUA000041
Lead with us as
you provide a high degree of operational management to ensure the food safety
of all products being produced and packaged at the Seelyville
Bakery . You are detail oriented and able to manage
multiple priorities. Engage with us as you collaborate with many diverse
people and perspectives. While you are at it youll be building your network
and expertise in a thriving environment of professional development and
teamwork. And together well shape a stronger future for our company and your
WHAT WILL I BE DOING?
In your role as
a Plant Quality and Food Safety Manager at Kellogg, you will be part of our
Serving as part of the Plant Leadership Team
planning and implementing traceability testing and monitoring
Being responsible for the budget for the Quality/Food Safety department
responsible for the vendor management related to food safety
Ensuring the facility meets all required food safety laws, regulations, and
Plant team on sanitary design of capital improvements
Being responsible for the microbial program compliance for the facility.
Also, responsible for continued development and continuous improvement of
Managing environmental responsibilities
Being responsible for food safety accountability for all hours of operation
Being responsible for allergen program management for the facility.
Being accountable for HACCP & food safety training for the facility to
ensure compliance and execution of required programs
Ensuring adherence to all standard work processes, including lean
Being responsible for compliance with all regulations. Food Safety at plant
in proper sanitary condition at all times, including allergen control, pest
control, guidelines followed. Compliance with food safety policies and
Being responsible for reporting system sustainability: Ensure achievement
of all area / shift KPIs; ensure adherence to and continuous improvement of
all area / shift reporting elements
Being responsible for supporting the execution of relevant projects within
assigned area / shift
Being responsible for supporting talent management process for both
salaried and hourly employees. Ensure Diversity and Inclusion meets / exceeds
corporate standards. Proactively engage in the development and training of
hourly labor and support such plans developed by plant leadership.
Maintaining understanding of processes and functional interdependencies.
Recognize and escalate, as needed, those issues identified as risks to, or
opportunities to improve, plant performance.
Adhering to and administer company policies and procedures
WHAT DO I NEED
As well as a
hunger to learn and succeed in Research and Development, to be considered for
this position you must be able to meet the following requirements:
Bachelors degree in food science, microbiology, or
equivalent with significant experience in quality and food safety
Thorough technical knowledge of quality and food safety
Strong written and verbal communication skills, analytical ability,
leadership strengths and ability to work effectively with a team
Computer software skills including Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Analysis and Critical Control Point certification program design and
implementation (HACCP Manager Certification, SQF practitioner Certification)
Prior Quality and Food Safety leadership experience
Experience in managing people and processes
Food processing and packaging experience
- Thorough technical knowledge of quality
& food safety as well as thorough knowledge of applicable regulations,
GMP and Food Safety standards in accordance to applicable regulatory bodies
(FDA, USDA, CFIA, etc).
WHAT ELSE DO I NEED TO KNOW?
Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer who strives to provide an inclusive
work environment that involves everyone and embraces the diverse talent of