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At Nestlé, you’ll have the chance to grow in both these senses – to develop professionally and personally, intellectually and emotionally. Whether you join us on our Marketing, Customer and Sales, Engineering, Finance, Human Resources or any other function, you’ll get to the heart of one of our most important business areas.

And as we’re a diverse business with a global mindset, you’ll see how we benefit from different cultures and new local perspectives. You’ll discover that our entry level positions have some common characteristics. Individual responsibility and autonomy are facts of life here. So while you’ll benefit from best-in-class training, you’ll need the drive to make the most of our formal development, and on-the-job training.

1. Provide direction and training to all employees on Good Manufacturing Practices and HACCP Prerequisite Programs.

2. Manage Personnel Practices, Master Sanitation Schedule, Foreign Material Control, Chemical Control, and Zoning programs.

3. Participate in, lead root cause investigations.

4. Draft SOP’s, manage verification/validation of plant SSOPs, conduct training, audit compliance, communicate results, and improve programs by working with all departments.

5. Obtain pesticide applicator certification within 3 months (90 days) from the date of hire and Qualified Pesticide Supervisor within 3 months of eligibility. Maintain relevant Pesticide Applicator’s Licenses and maintain certification through continuing education. Ensure all employees responsible for pest control maintain certification. Comply with all pesticide regulatory statutes. Maintain pesticide inventory and usage records.

6. Monitor pest activity, identify and implement corrective actions, plan pest control methods such as plant foggings and heat treatments, and manage pest control budget

7. Manage contracted chemical services, grounds keeping including snow removal, paper shredding, and janitorial services

8. Provide direction, coaching, and performance reviews of Product Safety department employees

9. Manage Product Safety department staff, budget, supplies and equipment.

10. Maintain ongoing relationship and communications with the NPPC Divisional Food Safety group to ensure compliance with corporate expectations.

11. Evaluate and act upon ongoing internal food safety practices for effectiveness and adherence to NPPC expectations.

12. Assist coordinating with Managers and Team Leaders in following FDA, EPA, Georgia Dept. of Agriculture and Health Dept. regulations.

13. Provide communication to Plant and Department managers regarding status and needs of the product safety area.

14. Manage monthly Food Safety Inspections.

15. Work with Engineering, Maintenance, Production, and Purchasing to ensure all new products and equipment installations undergo a HACCP review

16. Work with Engineering and Maintenance throughout capital project development to ensure food safety and sanitary design are taken into consideration

17. Follow up for timely corrective actions addressing Product Safety Inspection observations and findings.

18. Perform scheduled training to all employees (and contractors) in Food Safety, Bio-Security, GMP’s, Sanitation, Pest Control, Chemical use, Trailer & Railcar inspections and any other topic related to the position or as deemed necessary.

19. Supervise temporary personnel on an “as needed” basis for outside sanitation.

20. Conduct investigation for source of any contaminant or foreign material in ingredients, product and packaging. Provide feedback to St. Louis product safety on foreign material consumer complaints via the foreign material log.

21. Conduct periodic inspections and audits of any outside ingredient or finished product storage facilities.

22. Must be able to work weekends and/or off shift hours as business requires.

High School Diploma. Skill set appropriate for team-based continuous improvement. Windows based PC and software experience.

Must obtain relevant Pesticide Applicator’s Licenses within 90 days of hire/transfer and Pesticide Supervisor’s License within 90 days of eligibility.

Experience:
Minimum 2 years’ experience in a manufacturing facility. Knowledge of HACCP, food plant sanitation, auditing/testing, quality systems, continuous improvement programs, and personal computers is required. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills and the ability to work collaboratively within the factory environment. Ability to plan, organize, and prioritize work is required. Must be able to work effectively with limited supervision.

To our veterans and separated service members—you’re at the forefront of our minds as we recruit top talent to join Nestlé Purina. The skills you’ve gained while serving our country, such as flexibility, agility, and leadership, are much like the skills that will make you successful in this role. We hope you’ll consider sharing in our mission—you’ll join a cohort of others who have chosen to call Nestlé Purina home.

The Nestlé Companies are equal employment and affirmative action employers and look for diversity in qualified candidates for employment.

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