Career Growth Opportunity
Closing Date: December 28, 2018
Reporting to the QA manager, the HACCP Coordinator is accountable for implementing and maintaining the HACCP program and to ensure that the Company’s objectives for food safety, quality and regulatory compliance meet or exceed Regulatory requirements.
- Manage Sofina HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) program which includes maintaining, implementation and verification of procedures, documents, validations, processes and perform reassessment to ensure compliance to regulations;
- When there is deviation, responsible for reporting and recommending corrective actions and preventative measures based on root cause analysis to implement compliance;
- Development of training material and conduct training on food safety and quality requirements for management and associates;
- Accountable for preparation and participation in all internal/third party/CFIA audits;
- Maintain professional interaction with third party auditors /CFIA/Contractors and assist CFIA with CVS Tasks;
- Cover for QA Manager and QA Technician vacations and be able to lead the team of Quality Assurance Technicians in absence of the QA Manager
- Diploma/ Degree in Food Science, or a related discipline with three to five years of food safety related experience is required experience is required;
- HACCP Certification required;
- Strong knowledge of GMP, GFSI, Quality Regulatory requirements and systems;
- Strong computer knowledge and ability to work with various programs (Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint etc.)
- Strong leadership and communication skills
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For more information on this Career Growth Opportunity please contact
Jenifer Laranjeiro, Human Resources Manager at email@example.com
Or call (905) 790-1991 Ext 267
Sofina Foods Inc. is committed to providing accessible employment practices that are in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (‘AODA’). Applicants are asked to make their needs/requirements, for the purpose of accommodation under AODA, known to Human Resources when they are contacted for an interview.