Food Safety & Quality Supervisor (2nd Shift)

Cincinnati, OH

Posted: 05/10/2023 Industry: Laboratory - Food & Beverage Job Number: 133.23JF Pay Rate: 70,000 - 80,000 Experience:

Job Description

Food Safety & Quality Supervisor (2nd Shift)

We are hiring a Food Safety & Quality Supervisor – 2nd Shift for our manufacturing facilities in the KY/OH area.  This position assures that all products produced are safe and wholesome and that they meet company standards for quality and consistency in a large manufacturing facility.


  • Assures compliance to all areas of manufacturing including raw materials, processing, finished product, storage, handling, and shipping, as well as developing, implementing and maintaining a Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points Program
  • Assists in the development and maintenance of raw materials, sub-assembly and finished product specifications. Approves all raw materials for use in production via sampling and inspection guidelines.  Monitors packaging containers for quality and capacity
  • Coordinates with management in areas of safety and discipline as prescribed by company policy when applicable to ensure compliance with local and federal regulations. Takes appropriate steps to ensure safety awareness among employees
  • Coordinates training for all employees in the areas of HACCP, GMP’s and other regulations, and ensures documentation of program. Ensures that the preoperative conditions exist.  Monitors the established programs for incoming raw ingredients in the areas of product rotation, sampling frequency, sample testing and reporting of data to management to assure conformance to specifications.  Follows up with suppliers and/or buyers to ensure corrective action is taken.  Implements and monitors programs to ensure compliance to finished good specifications
  • Assists FSQ Manager and/or Food Safety Specialist in maintenance and auditing of Quality Management System for both internal and customer produced products
    Supervises testing procedures to ensure that analysis methods are accurately followed. Establishes and maintains as systematic sampling of in-process and finished product using acceptable techniques.  Keeps records of all tests performed and provides management with copies of test records
  • Aids and assists in areas of new product development assuring new product specifications meet quality assurance levels outlined by customer and marketing groups. Reviews and works toward resolution of customer complaints
  • Develops and writes FSQ policies and procedures and communicates and trains against the policies and procedures established
  • Assists the USDA inspector in charge in the resolution of Process Deficiency Records or any other issues (labels, sampling, records, etc.). Audits plant compliance to Federal and State regulatory standards and reports any deviation to Quality Assurance and Plant Management Supervises, trains and develops subordinates if applicable
  • Responsible to conduct yourself and ensure your subordinates (if applicable) conduct themselves in a manner consistent with company mission, values, code of ethics, policies, and other standards of conduct

**If you’d like to hear more about this opportunity and others we are currently working on, please contact Jeff Fee at

JO:  133.23JF

Job Requirements

What We Need From You:

  • The desire to make a meaningful difference. Must be self-motivated with the ability to work independently.  We need someone who competes to win!
  • Authentic leader: direct communicator, able to build strong relationships across the company, with all levels
  • Must have great collaboration skills, with the ability to effectively work closely with cross-functional teams


  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent

Years of Related Experience:

  • Typically has 5-7 years related experience


  • Demonstrated intermediate level proficiency in SAP, the Microsoft Windows Suite to include Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • HACCP Certification preferred; knowledge of math, chemistry, statistical process control, and microbiology necessary
  • Intermediate skill in the use of electronic general ledger systems including the generation and use of reports from electronic general ledger systems
  • Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, as well as professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations as well as product specifications
  • Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals; demonstrated problem solving ability
  • The ability to effectively communicate verbally as well as in writing
  • Ability to effectively present information at meetings and respond to employees, all levels of management, and related business units
  • Experience in food or beverage manufacturing helpful
  • Demonstrated supervisory experience

**If you’d like to hear more about this opportunity and others we are currently working on, please contact Jeff Fee at

JO:  133.23JF

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