FSQA Program Coordinator

Build your career. Challenge the process. Collaborate & Engage
Build your career with Clemens Food Group and be a part of an exciting, collaborative, team environment.
At Clemens Food Group, we want you to constructively challenge and have your ideas heard. We are looking for diverse individuals who push the limits and think outside the box!
Clemens Food Group realizes that our team members are the key to our success. Come be a part of our team and see your ideas in action!
Program Administration
Perform HACCP plan revisions (Flow diagram, hazard analysis, CCP forms)Perform Prerequisite program revisionsDevelop and administer food safety systems trainingReview and update other food safety programs as directedConduct vendor Certificate of Analysis reviews
Vendor Coordinator
Request Update/Review vendor documentsEstablish and maintain all QA communication with outsourced vendorsLead customer complaint resolution for issues relating to outsourced finished products and resources
Perform vendor Risk analysisInitiate PIRs for vendor initiated changesSchedule validations and write reports (CCP, allergens)
Team CFG
Attend FSQA meetings.Participate in CFG Leadership classes.Designated alternate food safety system reprentative at weekly PIR meeting.Designated alternate food safety system reprentative at weekly sanitation meeting.Qualifications
Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university required? Minimum 3 years experience in QA, Food Safety, Regulatory Compliance, Risk Management, or Business Administration? USDA or FDA experience preferred? Ability and willingness to recognize and respond to new concepts? Excellent written/verbal communication/presentation skills? Multi-task oriented and a team player? Ability to excel in a fast-paced environment where change and growth are part of the culture? Strong MS Excel, Word, and PowerPoint skills (proficiency in MS Access a plus)? Ability to travel from time to time? Strong problem solving skills and attention to detail? Must possess a Quality Attitude

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