Leclerc is 8 plants, 1200 employees and 115 years of experience, tradition, and know-how being passed on by good people who continue to satisfy appetites both large and small.
Reporting to the Plant Manager, the Sanitation Supervisor will oversee the daily operations and efficiencies of the sanitation team. S/he oversees sanitation function to ensure compliance with all quality management programs and food safety systems, such as HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points), GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices), and Sanitation Standard Operating Procedures (SSOP's). S/he is responsible for sanitation staff training to meet BRC level of cleanliness and requirements.
After the sanitation supervisor have lean the sanitation process, he will also supervise the production process. The employees on the night shift have to do sanitation and production depending the need.
Maintain good communication with all departments;
Oversee clean-up activities of equipment and facilities in all production areas, equipment, food contact surfaces and exterior of the facility to ensure that all areas meet standard requirements performed by the Sanitation Team;
Manage staff hours and submit to payroll;
Promote, comply, actively participate and enforce the importance of safety to help maintain a safe and healthy work environment; Report all safety issues;
Involved in team members training to understand cleaning procedures for food safety, and personnel safety;
Ensure SSOP requirements are used and maintained;
Monitor employee safety practices, including but not limited to: Lock out tag out, chemical handling, proper lifting techniques, wearing proper PPE, etc.
Oversee the quality of work performed by the Sanitation Team Members;
Conduct required daily required pre-op inspections to ensure equipment and facility are clean prior to start of operations;
Ensure the proper cleaning inspections are completed as outlined in the Master Sanitation schedule by enforcing proper and accurate documentation of all sanitation forms/logs and recorded in SAP;
Keep up to date documents on the DMS according the changes that occur in the plant;
Provide leadership to others through example and knowledge sharing;
Participate in proactive team efforts to achieve departmental and company goals.;
Provide sanitation team members feedback through job performance appraisals;
Motivate and encourage employees to meet their sanitation goals;
Perform regular inventories of sanitation chemicals and non-chemical supplies;
Review new equipment, equipment modifications and equipment repairs to give feedback on design aspects that affect the ability to clean and sanitize the equipment or process;
Support and help implement continuous process improvements;
Create and maintain POKA guides relative to all production operations;
Perform other duties as assigned.
High school diploma or equivalent is preferred;
Previous manufacturing and/or food production experience is preferred;
Knowledge of BRC, SQF, GMP and other food safety standard including HACCP or similar food industry regulations;
Knowledge of chemicals used in food plant cleaning and sanitation in addition to practices, procedures and guidelines;
Experience using Microsoft Office and other computer based application (Ipad, One Note, etc.);
Ability to work in a fast-paced, challenging, and consistently changing environment;
Aptitude and troubleshooting through root cause problem solving;
Excellent communication and leadership skills; verbal and written;
Ability to maintain a positive attitude and motivate people, specifically mentoring and coaching individuals in identifying short and long term development needs and providing appropriate support;
Excellent manual dexterity;
Ability to stand; walk for long periods of time;
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