Quality Systems Supervisor
HARPC/HACCP/BRC Program management
- Maintaining current documentation in binders/electronic files and updating documents
- CCP management of metal detectors (training, validation, calibration, etc.)
- FSMA management for compliance and updates
- HACCP meeting and training management
- HARPC and Food Safety Plan maintenance
- Document control log management
Product launch support
- Support new product development, product moves, and changes to existing products.
- Ensure specifications are complete and achievable at hand-off to operations
- Develop HACCP plans for product launches
- Act as quality operations liaison at the plant
Support Audit processes
- Prepare site for Hostess and other audits and regulatory inspections
- Attend and guide onsite audit process
- Conduct follow up support on corrective actions and effectiveness checks
Demonstrate knowledge of the following standards and provide guidance as needed to cross functional support groups
- U.S. Food GMP’s (FSMA)
- Hostess policies, associated documents and requirements
- Regulatory (Kosher, RSPO, Gluten free, Allergen Control) activities at the plant (as applicable)
- BRC Standards (in-depth knowledge)
- HACCP certification
- Harmonization and compliance of Hostess Quality and Food Safety Systems across assigned operations. Steward site policy and support transition of corporate policy to local policy
- Conduct line assessments to ensure facility and process is capable of producing product meeting Hostess expectations.
- Plant assist – Support Quality Manager and Operations Audit processes through line start-ups, change overs, walk-throughs, trials, meetings, and act as general designee to the Quality Manager
- Prepare various reports and metrics upon request
- Conduct necessary training courses and education (i.e. inspection/auditor, Food Safety)
- Bachelor’s degree in Science or Technology (Biology, Food Science, Chemistry etc) Or a BS in Engineering (Chemical, Food etc) required.
- Minimum of six months to one year of work experience in Quality or Food Safety in a food manufacturing environment required. Experience can include college internships and professional experience post-graduation.
- Three or more years of work experience in Quality or Food Safety in a food manufacturing environment.
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications required.
- Excellent communication and cross-functional teamwork skills are a must.
- Able to maintain work area neat and organized.
- Visible leadership, ability to influence and drive results.
- Structured thinker who can layout clear action plans and drive implementation
- Leadership to create a shift in performance
- Good time management and multitasking skills
- Ability and willingness to take action
- Excellent problem solving and trouble shooting skills
- Manufacturing Environment
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