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Plant Sanitation Supervisor

Company: Niagara Bottling
Location: Stockton
Posted on: November 22, 2022

Job Description:

Welcome to our Team Member career opportunity section. Here you can view our current job openings and apply for positions online.Internal Candidate Reminders:1) Notify Your Supervisor - Prior to applying, employee must notify their current supervisor or local HR Manager/Generalist.2) Career Profile - Prior to applying to a role, employee must complete their Career Profile in Workday.3) 90 Days - Employee must complete their 90-day introductory period with Niagara AND be 90-days free of corrective action in order to apply to a new role.4) Performance Review - If employee has worked for Niagara long enough to participate in a performance review, they must have received Achieves Expectations or above, in most current performance review to apply.Plant Sanitation SupervisorThe Plant Sanitation Supervisor is responsible for insuring the Niagara Bottling Plant cleaning and sanitation policies and standards are met. The primary focus of the Sanitation Supervisor is to insure the Niagara cleaning and sanitation systems protect food safety and quality of our beverages and bottled water. The Sanitation Supervisor position reports into the Plant Quality Manager.Essential FunctionsResponsible for assuring all Sanitation staff are working in a safe manner and are using proper PPE during their activities.Responsible for directing staff to assure all sanitation requirements are covered on every shift.The Sanitation Supervisor will develop, publish, maintain, and/or approve all Plant specific Cleaning and Sanitation procedures, records and standards for our bottled water and beverage production. These procedures must meet the Niagara Corporate Quality Cleaning and Sanitation polices.Ensure the cleaning and sanitation requirements are met for the entire plant; including microbiological sampling/testing, verification and validation. Support the QA Department with GMP, FDA, SQF and Co-packer audits.Develop and track the metrics, insuring cleaning and sanitation requirements are met. These metrics should include (but are not limited too) chemical cost, CIP frequencies/times, microbiological test results and GMP plant audit.Assist in troubleshooting and problem solving food safety and quality issues.Insure the plant uses approved chemicals for the Cleaning and Sanitation program.Implement a Sanitation Training Program for CIP, COP, and External Cleaning/Sanitation. This should include, but not be limited to chemical safety, CIP/COP basics, external cleaning, sanitary maintenance oversight, etc.Provide an environmental oversight to the sanitation processes at the plant. Inform the QA Manager of any potential wastewater or discharge issues.Maximize the use of Niagara s document control software, quality systems or other CIP monitoring software systems for sanitation/cleaning documentation and record keeping.Regular and predictable attendance is an essential function of the job.Please note this job description is not designed to contain a comprehensive list of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without prior notice.QualificationsMinimum Qualifications:4 Years Experience in Field or similar manufacturing environment4 Years Experience in Position4 Years Experience managing people/projects *experience may include a combination of work experience and educationPreferred Qualifications:6 Years Experience in Field or similar manufacturing environment6 Years Experience working in Position6 Years Experience managing people/projects*experience may include a combination of work experience and educationCompetenciesDemonstrated experience working with automated and manual CIP systems.Experience in sanitation audits including equipment specifications and sanitary process design.Ability to make independent judgments on issues that impact sanitation/cleaning procedures, forms, policies, and standards.Capable of working with minimal amount of supervision.Effective at interaction with all levels of plant.Willingness to embrace personal and professional development.Performs work under direct supervision.Handles basic issues and problems. Refers more complex issues or problems to higher-level staff.Strong verbal, writing, and presentation skills to communicate effectively with immediate team and peers.Analytical and problem solving skills.Ability to work well in collaborative group environments.Strong attention to detail and organization.Beginner knowledge of and experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and OutlookThis position embodies the values of Niagara s LIFE competency model, focusing on the following key drivers of success:Lead Like an OwnerIdentifies safety issues and takes prompt corrective actionCoaches/corrects unsafe team behaviorEffectively prioritizes quality, productivity, and costEncourages honest feedback from direct reports, peers, and up-line managerUses customer feedback to improve service levels and internal/external customer relationshipsInnovACTUnderstands the concepts of process consistency and waste minimizationModifies goals based on changing business needsPromotes sharing of opposing viewpointsFind a WayAnticipates problems and opportunities within functional area, and recommends proactive solutionsUses technical knowledge to coach team performance and educate othersLeverages technical know-how to solve challenging problemsEncourages and models teamwork to demonstrate behavioral expectations for Team MembersBuilds relationships up, down, and across effectivelyEmpowered to be GreatProvides effective coaching and feedback to improve individual and team performanceProvides positive recognition for Team Member resultsAssigns responsibilities to maximize team strengthsResolves team conflicts with a calm demeanor and skillEffectively communicates team and individual expectations and follows up appropriatelyEducationMinimum Required:Bachelor's Degree in Food Science, Quality, Biological Sciences, Engineering or other related fieldPreferred:Master's Degree in Food Science, Quality, Biological Sciences, Engineering) or other related fieldCertification/License: Required: N/APreferred: N/AForeign Language Required: None RequiredPreferred: None RequiredBenefitshttps://careers.niagarawater.com/us/en/benefitsThis job is intended to be performed entirely outside of Colorado

Keywords: Niagara Bottling, Stockton , Plant Sanitation Supervisor, Other , Stockton, California

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