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Sanitation Supervisor

THE OPPORTUNITY

We are looking to for an experienced Sanitation Supervisor to design and implement our company’s sanitation policies. As a Sanitation Supervisor, you will be responsible for developing sanitation protocols in line with company, local, state and federal guidelines for Pennsylvania. You will also be required to conduct daily sanitation inspections, oversee staff training and direct all sanitation actions including cleaning, sanitizing, pest control and special projects. To be successful as a Sanitation Supervisor, you should demonstrate strong leadership skills, a willingness and ability to work well with others and a good eye for detail. A top-notch Sanitation Supervisor ensures the manufacturing facility is always up to code and running efficiently.

Helps develop and implement strategic sanitation program, policies plans, and processes to ensure that sanitary performance meets PAMS standard as well as support Food Safety requirements towards regulatory and DOH compliance

Manage sanitation Chemical supply and inventory

Ensure that the plant is cleaned daily and ready to start production on time

Maintain a safe work environment by properly implementing the IIPP (Injury Illness Prevention Programs) – Always raise safety awareness for chemical handling and equipment operation with Tag-out Lockout training.

Ensure that the company cannabis and food safety guidelines are implemented daily

Maintain good communication with subordinates, peers, and other members of management

Participate in audits, facility inspections, and coordinate pre-operational inspection with Quality Management.

Discard green waste according to DOH regulations.

Clearly communicate expectation to sanitation employees          

Recommending updates or improvements to sanitation policies and protocols as necessary or appropriate

Implementing sanitation policies and protocols

Coordinating and monitoring cleaning schedules

Creating and distributing work schedules for the sanitation staff members

Performing daily inspections of the facility and reporting any irregularities.

Implementing corrective actions to ensure compliance with regulatory authorities

Providing feedback to managers, on sanitation-related matters and advising on manufacturing changes

Training sanitation workers

Other duties may be assigned

 

EDUCATION

Bachelor’s Degree in Pharmaceuticals, Manufacturing, Food Science, or a similar field.

Previous experience as a Sanitation Supervisor.

Some knowledge of pharmaceutical manufacturing.

Strong attention to detail.

Detailed knowledge of cleaning chemicals and safety protocols.

Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.

Strong written and verbal communication skills.

Ability to design and implement training programs.

Cannabis industry experience a plus.

Knowledge of the GMP, HACCP, and Environmental sanitation program is preferred.

Excellent communication skills.

Must be well organized, able to multitask, and has a positive attitude.

Possess strong interpersonal and relationship building skills.

Possess a strong and independent work ethic.

Must maintain honesty and integrity in conjunction with the company’s mission, values, and vision at-all-times.

Must have your own automobile, a valid driver’s license, and insurance.

Must be able to work for a United States employer without sponsorship.

Must pass a company background check and drug screening

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

Twist/bend/stoop/squat, kneel/crawl

Some heavy lifting may be required. The exertion of up to 50 lbs. of force occasionally may be required.

WORK ENVIRONMENT

The job is performed indoors and outdoors. Must be able to work in hot, humid environments for extended periods of time with exposure to dust, allergens, and water. Appropriate PPE will be provided. Activities include extended periods of sitting, standing, kneeling, stooping and bending. Twisting in tight areas may also be required at times.

 

OTHER DUTIES

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice

Pennsylvania Medical Solutions, LLC is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, national origin or ancestry, age, disability, marital status, pregnancy, protected veteran status, protected genetic information, political affiliation, or any other characteristics protected by local laws, regulations, or ordinances.

 

We offer benefit packages that may include: Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, Short, and Long Term Disability.

 

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