Sanitation Manager Resume Example

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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
  • Cell:

Certified Sanitation Manager who excels in areas of HACCP and Food Safety Management Systems. Highly motivated self-started with the ability to work in an unstructured environment with the ability to make appropriate business trade off decisions quickly. Responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of the Sanitation department. Ensure that all work activities of direct and indirect reports are performed with attention to highest standard of food quality, safe processes, and compliance with all company, customer, and legal requirements.

  • Forecasting
  • Performance tracking and evaluation
  • Operations management
  • Risk management
  • Team building
  • Natural leader
  • Cost reduction
  • Procedure development
  • Employee engagement
  • Persuasive
  • Strong public speaker
  • Leadership mentoring
  • Conflict resolution
  • Exceptional time management skills
  • Six Sigma Certification
  • Microsoft Office Suite expert
  • Troubleshooting and problem solving
  • Flexible
  • Dedicated

Improved Customer complaints by 22% in under 9 months.

Improved 3rd party Food Safety audit scores for the past 13 years

Sanitation Manager, 2008 to 2016
Conagra Brands, Inc.Los Angeles, CA,
  • Manage a 24 hour a day sanitation & housekeeping team, two sanitation coordinators and a pest control operator.
  • Lead team of 100+ employees with varying levels of experience and education.
  • Manage, evaluate, motivate, and direct sanitation initiatives for plant sanitation department Ensure compliance with corporate standards and systems to monitor food safety and facility cleanliness Ensure the Sanitation department is OSHA compliant and is responsible for safety and welfare of the employees Supervise all employees for safety adherence, General Manufacturing Practices (GMP), and plant rules and regulations Ensure cleaning and sanitizing procedures are completed in compliance to daily/weekly/monthly/ quarterly per Preventive Maintenance's (PM's) Manage the Sanitation Department cost centers and budget Responsible for people and team development, performance in quality, cost, service and safety.
  • Develop individuals and the team to solve operational issues.
  • Motivate team to achieve performance targets.
  • Administer policies and procedures.
  • Conduct annual audits of SSOP's Maintain Master Sanitation Schedule at goal for the facility Implement and initiate food safety projects Responsible for the plants sanitation and site housekeeping level to ensure plant is audit-ready at all times Support sanitation team in areas of GMP's, Food Safety and OSHA standards Support sight in area's GMP's, Pest Control, Food Safety and Product Safety Management training and ensure compliance Ensure site compliance for all Regulatory audits and PepsiCo Food Safety programs Investigate and help eliminate FM customer complaints through analysis, work team training, development/auditing FM team assistance/development and corporate driven No-Debate investigations Ensure compliance and lead the site in all food safety audits with the American Institute of Baking and plan follow-up actions Lead the site FSSC 22000 (GFSI) audit and plan follow-up actions Support site HACCP initiatives as the HACCP leader.
Food Safety Specialist, 01/2001 to 01/2007
Rentokil InitialBoynton Beach, FL,
  • Support management in areas of GMP's, Food Safety, and Product Safety Management training.
  • In-house and regulatory audits and Quality Systems Health Audit compliance programs.
  • Investigate and help eliminate FM complaints through analysis, work team training/development, auditing, FM team assistance/development and corporate driven No-Debate investigations.
  • Participate in/Facilitate AIB audits and plan follow-up actions Train all plant employees for Food Safety, GMP compliance, PSM & AIB.
Packaging Machine Operator, 01/1994 to 01/2001
Ach Food Companies, IncSummit, IL,
  • Operate four to eight bag makers at any given time while ensuring lines are running efficient and making a good quality packaged product.
  • Facilitate efficient changeovers with packers while maintaining food safety.
Packer, 01/1991 to 01/2001
Rr Donnelley & SonsWestlake Village, CA,
  • As a packer I was responsible for packing good quality bags into boxes.
  • Conducting proper changeovers while ensuring no risk of cross contamination.
: Business Management, Expected in 2000
Quinebaug Valley Community College - Dayville, CT

Business Management

Diploma: Business , Expected in 1990
Plainfield High School - Plainfield, CT

3rd party auditing expert, Forecasting labor and supplies, Critical Thinking, Decision Making, Food Safety, GMP, team development, Listening, Management training, Management training, policies, Problem Solving, Quality, Quality Control, Safety, FM, Time Management, Troubleshooting

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School Attended
  • Quinebaug Valley Community College
  • Plainfield High School
Job Titles Held:
  • Sanitation Manager
  • Food Safety Specialist
  • Packaging Machine Operator
  • Packer
  • Diploma