Plant Sanitation Lead - 3rd shift

What You Do.

    • Work closely with Manufacturing, Quality, and Engineering to implement, monitor, and improve the sanitation program at the Hilbert, WI location
    • Help develop training, maintain and educate employees on current company-wide sanitation work primarily on 3rd shift but will be expected to support plant sanitation on all shifts
    • Assist in developing and coordinating sanitation practices using SSOPs (Sanitation Standard Operating Procedures). 
    • Develop and maintain SSOPs for plant equipment and infrastructure in compliance with regulatory and corporate requirements. 
    • Ensure 7 steps of sanitation are incorporated and drive toward effective cleaning with effective resource management (water, chemicals and energy).
    • Implement and maintain plant sanitation programs that ensure sanitary equipment for the manufacture of food products.
    • Implement and maintain the facility's Master Sanitation Program and work with the Production Managers/Production Supervisors to schedule completion of master sanitation tasks. 
    • Assess facility sanitary conditions, assess risk based on food safety principles, prioritize corrective/preventive actions and assist plant with improvements
    • Monitor and assure compliance to the validation and verification activities related to sanitation  (CIP, allergen, environmental pathogen program).
    • Provide leadership and technical expertise on resolution of food safety or food quality issues related to sanitation.
    • Develop relationship with Sanitation Service Provider to ensure excellence in service and cost management. Act as plant point of contact and liaison with Corporate Sanitation Program Manager. 
    • Assist in evaluating novel sanitation technologies to improve food safety, quality and cost. 
    • Indirectly supervise employees performing sanitation activities.

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