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Sanitation Manager

Leclerc Biscuits Leclerc Ltée logo 2022-3-25
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Leclerc is a family business with 116 years of experience, tradition and know-how passed down from people with heart. Thanks to our 1,200 employees in eight plants in Canada and the United States, we are constantly innovating to exceed the expectations of both small and large appetites.

Position Summary

Reporting to the Plant Manager or Director of Country Operations, the Sanitation Manager will ensure right procedure compliance for cleaning across multiple sites, and will manage the 6S program for each site.  They will evaluate current processes and actual practices while managing strategies that improve production reliability. The Manager may establish deep cleaning procedures in partnership with maintenance to ensure machine internals and pre-set up processes exist.  This leader is on the core team responsible for sanitary design of new equipment. Supervisors, reporting to this manager will oversee the daily operations and efficiencies of the sanitation team, inclusive of time management, discipline, and audits. S/he oversees sanitation function across one site or multiple sites 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 oversight to meet BRC level of cleanliness and requirements.

Responsibilities

  • Ensures safety in cleaning including validation of chemical protocols and approaches;
  • Partnership with leaders from maintenance, quality, health, and manufacturing;
  • Manage the budget related to the health of the plant and see to the distribution of resources; 
  • Establishes procedures and strategies to drive consistent results from sanitation activities of equipment and facilities in all production areas, equipment, food contact surfaces and exterior of the facility;
  • Conducts 6S audits and owns the program for the sites, including coaching;  
  • Coaches AMS program leaders within Sanitation and ensures adherence;
  • Manages schedule of staff hours and plans; 
  • Establishes guidelines for third shift set-up and take aparts in conjunction with Maintenance and Engineering Manager;
  • Optimizes the time and resources necessary to accomplish effective cleaning protocols; 
  • Reports all safety issues and 6S discrepancies to the accountable leader;
  • Establishes team member training guidelines and procedures – ensures training program is robust;
  • Ensures SSOP requirements are used and maintained;
  • Oversee the quality of work performed by the Sanitation shifts, and analyzes production downtime to address sanitation gaps;
  • Establishes cleaning inspection protocols to ensure Country leadership goals and quality standards are maintained; and
  • Active in Sanitation industry with the purpose of understanding best practices and recruitment.
     

Requirements

  • Technical School degree or equivalent experience required;
  • Experience with continuous improvement practices required;
  • 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 desired;
  • 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 (I pad, 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; and
  • Ability to inspire and motivate people, specifically mentoring and coaching individuals in identifying short and long-term development needs and providing appropriate support.
     

Position Summary


Reporting to the Plant Manager or Director of Country Operations, the Sanitation Manager will ensure right procedure compliance for cleaning across multiple sites, and will manage the 6S program for each site.  They will evaluate current processes and actual practices while managing strategies that improve production reliability. The Manager may establish deep cleaning procedures in partnership with maintenance to ensure machine internals and pre-set up processes exist.  This leader is on the core team responsible for sanitary design of new equipment. Supervisors, reporting to this manager will oversee the daily operations and efficiencies of the sanitation team, inclusive of time management, discipline, and audits. S/he oversees sanitation function across one site or multiple sites 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 oversight to meet BRC level of cleanliness and requirements.

Responsibilities

 - Ensures safety in cleaning including validation of chemical protocols and approaches;
 - Partnership with leaders from maintenance, quality, health, and manufacturing;
 - Manage the budget related to the health of the plant and see to the distribution of resources; 
 - Establishes procedures and strategies to drive consistent results from sanitation activities of equipment and facilities in all production areas, equipment, food contact surfaces and exterior of the facility;
 - Conducts 6S audits and owns the program for the sites, including coaching;  
 - Coaches AMS program leaders within Sanitation and ensures adherence;
 - Manages schedule of staff hours and plans; 
 - Establishes guidelines for third shift set-up and take aparts in conjunction with Maintenance and Engineering Manager;
 - Optimizes the time and resources necessary to accomplish effective cleaning protocols; 
 - Reports all safety issues and 6S discrepancies to the accountable leader;
 - Establishes team member training guidelines and procedures – ensures training program is robust;
 - Ensures SSOP requirements are used and maintained;
 - Oversee the quality of work performed by the Sanitation shifts, and analyzes production downtime to address sanitation gaps;
 - Establishes cleaning inspection protocols to ensure Country leadership goals and quality standards are maintained; and
 - Active in Sanitation industry with the purpose of understanding best practices and recruitment.
 

Requirements

 - Technical School degree or equivalent experience required;
 - Experience with continuous improvement practices required;
 - 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 desired;
 - 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 (I pad, 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; and
 - Ability to inspire and motivate people, specifically mentoring and coaching individuals in identifying short and long-term development needs and providing appropriate support.
 

Montgomery, Pennsylvania

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En el corazón de Pensilvania y a 15 minutos de Williamsport comenzó la historia de Leclerc en Estados Unidos, en 2002. Aún hoy, la próspera fábrica de Montgomery fabrica galletas saladas y barras de granola para alegría de todos.

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