Sanitation Associate - 1st Shift in Wilmington, CA at Volt

Date Posted: 7/23/2020

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Contingent
  • Job Type:
  • Duration:
    12 weeks
  • Date Posted:
    7/23/2020
  • Job ID:
    238500
  • Contact Name
    Volt Branch
  • Phone
    310-316-8523

Job Description

Essential Functions:

The Sanitation Worker is responsible for in-depth, sanitation and sterilization of all production supporting equipment per the Sanitation Standard Operating procedures to ensure the safety and quality of our food products. 

Specific Responsibilities Include:

Understand machine operating and adjusting procedures to effectively disassemble and assemble equipment for proper cleaning and sanitizing.
Follow appropriate handling procedures while using cleaning and other hazardous agents.
Maintain work area throughout the facility and common areas in a safe and orderly fashion in accordance to SOP’s; SSOP’s; GMP’s and Safety regulations.
Perform chemical evaluation; chemical mixing and pH testing per plant Master Cleaning Schedule.
Understand terminology related to “Clean In Place” process.
Coordinate CIP activities for the Prep-Room; Corn Tanks and Production room.
Ensure quality assurance (Pre-Ops) are in compliant. 
Responsible for basic troubleshooting of sanitation equipment.
Establish and maintain effective communication and working relationships with all other departments staff.
Report any equipment malfunction or unsafe practices immediately to Supervisor on duty.
Observe a good working and professional relationship with others (internal and external) while in premises.
Must keep equipment and working area organized; clean; free of dirt; debris and grease build-up.
Perform other duties as assigned.
 
Published Description:         
Essential Functions:

The Sanitation Worker is responsible for in-depth, sanitation and sterilization of all production supporting equipment per the Sanitation Standard Operating procedures to ensure the safety and quality of our food products. 

Specific Responsibilities Include:

Understand machine operating and adjusting procedures to effectively disassemble and assemble equipment for proper cleaning and sanitizing.
Follow appropriate handling procedures while using cleaning and other hazardous agents.
Maintain work area throughout the facility and common areas in a safe and orderly fashion in accordance to SOP’s; SSOP’s; GMP’s and Safety regulations.
Perform chemical evaluation; chemical mixing and pH testing per plant Master Cleaning Schedule.
Understand terminology related to “Clean In Place” process.
Coordinate CIP activities for the Prep-Room; Corn Tanks and Production room.
Ensure quality assurance (Pre-Ops) are in compliant. 
Responsible for basic troubleshooting of sanitation equipment.
Establish and maintain effective communication and working relationships with all other departments staff.
Report any equipment malfunction or unsafe practices immediately to Supervisor on duty.
Observe a good working and professional relationship with others (internal and external) while in premises.
Must keep equipment and working area organized; clean; free of dirt; debris and grease build-up.
Perform other duties as assigned.