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Food Safety Programs Manager
Omaha, NE

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$110,000 - $120,000 / yr


Join a world’s leader in the biotechnology world!  Our client has a brand new food production unit being built on site and you will play a key role in implementing thought leadership on food safety policies and procedures.  You will create and drive programs to success.  You will work locally with site leaders to establish food programs for production operations, maintenance, utility teams, and logistics teams and to establish and maintain FDA for human food and food safety compliance.  You will be the critical resource to operations teams as our new facility is built to ensure compliance in equipment and cleaning systems.  You will be involved in development and execution of start-up validation activities.  In addition, you participate in global food program development discussions and decision making.

This role will be driving the development of food safe programs for FDA and FSSC 22000 compliance for this brand new, state-of-the-art production facility.  

Support the site in all facility inspections and audits by customers, authorities, and certification bodies.  You will be the thought leader in food production processes and cleaning programs to ensure product is always made safely.  The role will establish site food safety programs, HACCP plans, and working with production establish sanitation protocols.

 
REQUIREMENTS:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Food Science, Microbiology, Food Safety, Chemical Engineering, or equivalent
  • 5 years’ experience with food certifications, FSSC 22000 a plus
  • Pathogen Environmental Monitoring program development experience preferred (PEM development).
  • Strong FSMA experience
  • Pasteurization experience required
  • Proteins or dairy background a plus


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