Safety and Compliance Manager

Company Name:
Community FoodBank of New Jersey
Main Function:
The Safety and Compliance Manager will facilitate development, implementation and training for comprehensive systems to ensure food safety and sanitation. The focus will be consistent adherence to documented regulatory, corporate and local regulations, standards and practices. Conducts risk based food safety/sanitation/quality systems audits; reviews the corrective action for the audit deficiencies and monitor the status of corrective action; ensures CFBNJ is operating in compliance with operational/product policies and procedures.
Position Responsibilities:
Ensures that all facilities are in compliance with local, state federal and Feeding America food safety requirements.
Develops project plans to meet Food Safety and personnel safety.
Oversees and participates in all internal and external food bank inspections.
Conducts on-going safety training programs in food and personnel safety.
Annually reviews and audits all process and procedures to ensure all safety polices are maintained.
Oversees the pest control compliance of all facilities.
Conducts regular Safety and Food Safety team meetings.
Maintains Master Cleaning Schedule and supervises maintenance staff.
Conducts building audits to support maintaining a clean and sanitary environment at all facilities.
Participates in weekly Distribution Team meetings.
Monitors and circulates appropriate product recall information.
Conducts new and ongoing Food Safety and Personnel training programs for all employees, agencies and volunteers.
Assists in Partner Distribution Organizations (PDO) annual inspections.
Teaches and leads staff in Safety/Food Safety operations.
Works closely with Director of Operations on all day to day food bank operations.
Performs other duties as assigned within scope of position.
Essential Skills and Experience:

Must have good communication, interpersonal and organizational skills
Self-directed, able to work independently as well as part of a team
Proficient data entry skills are required
Experience in managing safety programs
Supervisory experience
Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook

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