The Kraft Heinz Company is one of the largest food and beverage companies in the world, with eight $1 billion+ brands and global sales of approximately $25 billion. We're a globally trusted producer of high-quality, great-tasting, and nutritious foods for over 150 years. While Kraft Heinz is co-headquartered in Chicago and Pittsburgh, our brands are truly global, with products produced and marketed in over 40 countries. These beloved products include condiments and sauces, cheese and dairy, meals, meats, refreshment beverages, coffee, infant and nutrition products, and numerous other grocery products in a portfolio of more than 200 legacy and emerging brands.
We spark joy around mealtime with our iconic brands, including Kraft, Oscar Mayer, Heinz, Philadelphia, Lunchables, Velveeta, Planters, Maxwell House, Capri Sun, Ore-Ida, Kool-Aid, Jell-O, Primal Kitchen, and Classico, among others.
No matter the brand, we're united under one vision: To sustainably grow by delighting more consumers globally. Bringing this vision to life is our team of 39,000+ food lovers, creative thinkers, and high performers worldwide. Together, we help provide meals to those in need through our global partnership with Rise Against Hunger. We also stand committed to responsible, sustainable practices that extend to every facet of our business, our consumers, and our communities. Every day, we're transforming the food industry with bold thinking and unprecedented results. If you share our passion - and are ready to create the future, build a legacy, and lead as a global citizen - there's only one thing to do: join our table and let's make life delicious!
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The Sanitation Supervisor is responsible for leading the implementation and execution of the Kraft Heinz Sanitation Program throughout the manufacturing plant. This position is the technical liaison between the plant, Headquarters, sanitation chemical company, and third-party sanitation provider (where applicable).
Participate in the Quality Risk Management Process yearly audit and assist in the development of procedures and corrective actions.
Oversee and lead the implementation of the QRMP (Quality Risk Management Process) system and operational standards as outlined in the factory accountability list in order to achieve targeted RCR.
Provide leadership and training for production personnel to complete production line and facility sanitation as required by the Master Sanitation Schedule, Daily Tasks, Maintenance Work Schedule, and Production Schedule.
Technical liaison between factory personnel, sanitation chemical supplier, Headquarter Quality Assurance, and third-party sanitation provider (where applicable).
Create a safe working environment for personnel working in sanitation, maintain chemical safety procedures and MSDS's, work with chemical supplier to provide chemical handling training, provide leadership in enhancing chemical training beyond what chemical supplier provides, and meet all requirements of Heinz Environmental, Health, and Safety program.
Create a structured, orderly chemical storage and sanitation supply area in the factory.
Review the effectiveness of the Kraft Heinz Sanitation Program on an annual basis for effectiveness and provide continuous improvement for the sanitation program at the factory level.
Ensure compliance with the Global Cleaning and Sanitation Manual, Pest Control Standard, Hygienic Design Standard, and Building and Fabric Maintenance Standard.
Manage the Internal Cleaning and Sanitation Audit Program to ensure compliance to the Heinz Sanitation Program and Q-RMP Standard 2.22.
Initiate and execute cleaning verification and validation programs to prove effectiveness of Sanitation program.
Partner with business leaders on implementation of process improvement (Six Sigma / Lean/Heinz Global Production System (HGPS)), including leading change initiatives, planning, and facilitation.
Manage and evaluate the Sanitation staff including but not limited to performance management and employee development, etc.
Develop and manage the department's operating budget.
Other duties as assigned.
Assertive professional manner
Excellent statistical and analytical problem-solving skills
Able to develop work instructions and documentation
Computer skills in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
Flexibility in work schedule, able to work periodically on a shift rotation
B.S. in Food Technology, Engineering, Microbiology, or other related field is preferred
A minimum of 5 years' experience in manufacturing or 2 years of supervisory experience is required.
Certified Sanitarian or ASQ Certified Quality Engineer preferred.
Knowledge in HACCP, Microbiology, Sanitation, Chemical Safety, Pest Control, and Quality Systems.
Understand and comply with government regulations relating to OHSA, FDA, USDA, and EPA.
Equal Opportunity Employer-minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity
It is the continuing policy of The Kraft Heinz Company to afford full equal employment opportunity to qualified employees and applicants, regardless of their race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, physical or mental handicaps, military or veteran status, sexual preference, or any other protected condition or characteristic in conformity with all applicable federal, state, provincial and local laws and regulations.Final candidates must be legally authorized to work in the United States without Company sponsorship. Exceptions requesting work visa sponsorship will be reviewed on a case to case basis.