Patrick J. Moorman
Motivated, knowledgeable, and experienced team leader, seeking a career in sanitation where strong leadership and efficiency are needed.
Education and training -
•Studied business administration - Reedley College, Madera, CA (2004-2005)
•Studied business administration- Gainesville State College, Gainesville, GA (2005-2006)
•Certificate for Food Safety and Sanitation Practices - Penn State University.
•Hazmat / Haz-Com Trained - Astro Products Chemical Company / US Army
•Internal Auditor Training - SAI Global
•Better Processing School - University of Georgia
•Customer Sales Person Training - Kieler, Wisconsin
Professional experience -
Nov 2017 -Present Zee Chemical Company Waco, Tx Area Sales Manager
New chemical sales and maintaining of existing accounts for 4 states. Provide training for customers for the following: cleaning procedures, chemical titrating, safe chemical handling, GMP's, and sanitary restoration. Reviewing and updating of chemical "SDS'', master sanitation documentation, and policy and procedure books. Performed daily audits, initiate cost savings projects to exceed customer expectations, trouble-shoot and problem solve issues to stream-line customer productivity. Perform daily sanitation reports and surveys along with performing quarterly business reviews to senior management.
Aug 2017 - Nov 2017 Ecowize North America Chelsea, MI
Director of Operations
Directed and oversaw the contract cleaning of 12 facilities with over 600 employees. Performed hiring and training of new management to exceed company and customers "KPI's" and expectations. Revised and implemented systems and processes to improve efficiency and reduce project cost. Bid on potential new business, completed cost saving surveys, and communicated with corporate executives on a daily basis.
May 2014 - Aug 2017 PSSI Moorefield, WV / Timberville, VA / Blountsville, AL
Administering and managing 3 facility Sanitation Programs to include: sanitation / safety training, tracking of the "MSS" master sanitation schedule and scheduling of sanitation employees, supplies, chemicals to ensure coverage and no outages. Documenting assessments and reporting of facility's level of compliance with company, regulatory agencies, and 3rd party auditors. Ensuring food safety and quality standards /requirements concerning sanitation are met. Audit, assess, and validate all aspects of the plants sanitation programs to include the budget, Haz-com, LOTO, and chemical titrations. Managing two plants consisting of two different shifts with approximately 105 employees to include salaried personnel total. Lowered USDA "NR's" at Moorefield Plant #616 and removed it off the top ten list and working on Timberville Plant #632 through hands-on and pre-op training. Writing standard operating procedures "SOP's" and/or work instructions for new equipment that has been added. Increased staff morale by engaging the crew leaving an open line of communication that also helps lower employee turn-over. Employee are now being held accountable for their areas of responsibility and given sense of pride when the job is done well.
November 2014 - May Packers Chemicals Inc Raleigh, NC
Chemical Sales and Service Representative
Sales driven with unparalleled customer service skills that build and maintain trust with plant management. Extensive knowledge of chemicals, sanitation /sanitation equipment, budgets, training, and the food industry in general to be able to address any questions or needs plants have had timely and professional manner. Developed, planned, and delivered proposals for new business to senior company executives without hesitation. Audited new and existing customers on a weekly basis to try and lower plant cost, improve safety, and troubling shoot issues the plant / sanitation has addressed and get it corrected. Professional at multi-tasking several projects / assignments with close due dates to always be completed on time.
May 2014 - November 2014 QSI Sanford, NC
Administer and manage facility Sanitation Programs to include: sanitation training, start-ups, and scheduling of plant. Documented assessments and reporting of facility's level of compliance with company, regulatory rules, BRC, GFSI food safety and quality standards guidelines and requirements concerning sanitation. Audit, assess, and validate all aspects of the plants sanitation programs to include the budget, Haz-com, LOTO, and chemical usage. Manage one shift consisting of 1assistant manager, 3 supervisors, 3 leads, and 28 sanitors. Rewriting standard operating procedures "SOP'' and work instructions for sanitation to streamline their processes. Increasing staff morale through open communications and constructive criticism, making sure they are held accountable for their responsibilities and that their efforts are valued and appreciated.
June 2013- May 2014 Perdue Gainesville, GA
Sanitation Manager / Shift Leader
Administered and managed duo facility Sanitation Programs to include: sanitation training, start-ups, and scheduling of two different plants. Documented assessments and reporting of facility's level of compliance with company, regulatory rules, BRC, GFSI food safety and quality standards guidelines and requirements concerning sanitation. Audited, assessed, and validated all aspects of the plants sanitation programs, Haz-com, LOTO, and chemical usage. Managed two shifts consisting of 4 leads and 32 sanitors. Wrote "SOP's'' standard operating procedures "SOP' and work instructions for sanitation. Decreased staff turnover through open communications and formal feedback to make sure they know their responsibilities and that their efforts are valued.
May 2010- June 2013 Chicken of the Sea, Georgia Canning / US Pet Lyons, GA
Food Safety / Sanitation Supervisor
Developed, administered, and managed the facility's Sanitation Program, to include the HACCP Pre-Requisite Programs, other related programs, actions and activities. Sanitation training, start-up, and scheduling of three different plants within the Tri-union corporation. Documented, assessed, and reported the facility's level of compliance with Company, Regulatory, BRC, and GFSI food safety and food quality standards, guidelines and requirements concerning sanitation.
Audited, assessed, and validated all aspects of the plants programs such as sanitation, Haz-com, and chemical usage. Supervised three shifts consisting of 2 auditors, 17 sanitors, and 4 janitorial staff. Developed standard operating procedures "SOP'S" and work instructions for sanitation and food safety. Decreased staff turnover through open communications and formal feedback to make sure they know their responsibilities and that their efforts are valued. Streamlined sanitation procedures, allowing daily production time to be increased, resulting in a substantial increase in revenue.
April 2010 - May 2010 Crider, Inc. Stillmore, GA
Warehouse Inventory Supervisor
Supervised shipping, inventory personnel, and processes for 2 plants. Responsible for supervising all aspects of warehouses of raw ingredients, packaging, and outgoing finished goods. Member of SQF task teams. Designed and implemented procedures and processes for shipping as well as staging of materials to support production within SQF requirements. Forklift trainer.
2006 -2009 Mitsubishi Electronics Braselton, GA
Shipping and Receiving Lead
Helped lead team to operate with a .05% margin of error. Trained personnel for shipping and receiving departments. Conducted inventory and prepared reporting for Management. Forklift Operation
2002-2004 United States Army Fort Sill, OK
Private First Class - Fuel Supply Specialist
Experienced professional with excellent leadership skills, the ability to maximize efficiency and the self-motivation to produce results. Able to foresee problems before they occur, and make quick decisions for process solutions. An understanding that organization and communication are the keys to ensuring problems don't become crisis. Capable of finding innovative solutions for existing problems. Looking forward to making a difference for the right organization.