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Food Safety Plant

Location:
Graham, AL, 36263
Salary:
10.00
Posted:
February 25, 2020

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MS. VIRGINIA ELLIS

**** ****** **** ***

Graham, AL 36363 United States

Mobile: 256-***-****

Email: adbzjf@r.postjobfree.com

Availability:

Job Type: Intermittent

Work Schedule: Full Time

OBJECTIVE: USDA Food Inspector Permanent, Full Time

WORK EXPERIENCE:

JCG FOODS OF GEORGIA

14075 Highway 116

Pine Mountain Valley, GA 31823 United States

06/2017 - Present

Salary: Bi-Weekly

Hours per week: 40

USDA Food Inspector

Job Type: Intermittent

Work Schedule: Full-Time

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

HIGHLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS:

22+ years in food safety industry & customer service

• Large scale poultry establishment

• Poultry industry experience dealing with food safety inspection, federal, state and local safety & security regulations, quality control & assurance

• Believes in workplace where everyone works together to support the mission of the agency in food safety

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

• Verify slaughter and processing establishment’s Sanitation Standard Operating Procedures (SSOP) and Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP). This includes ensuring that the plans meet regulatory requirements and effectiveness in preventing unsanitary conditions and adulterated product.

• Observation of plant operations and conduct hands-on verification to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements.

• Take regulatory control action when necessary. Determine whether the plant's corrective or preventative actions are effective. Watch for trends in noncompliance. Inspected poultry for disease and contamination while on line, requiring accurate and quick decision making on each bird to determine pass/fail status. Performed numerous tasks during processing including inspection checks, temperature checks, fecal checks, equipment cleanliness and employee hygiene to ensure government standards were met.

• Observe regulatory activities inside plants for consumer protections (economic adulteration and misbranding).

• Have contact with plant management, supervisors and others to explain regulatory requirements, discuss the operation of the plant SSOP, HACCP plan and other food safety programs. Work with a variety of individuals to resolve the problems, clarify differences of interpretation for HACCP and other food safety or consumer protection requirements. Assist other inspectors, supervisors, and officers on inspection and enforcement matters.

RESPONSIBILITIES FOR ANTE-MORTEM INSPECTION IN ACCORDANCE WITH FSIS DIRECTIVES 6100.1 AND 6100.2 INCLUDE:

• Ensuring Human Handling of animals upon arrival, unloading, and while being held for slaughter.

• Checking pens and alleys for adverse conditions, adequate water supply and lights, properly functioning gates and chutes.

• Truck unloading, watching for slips and falls from handling or weather.

• Observing all animals in motion and at rest.

• Suspect animals for PHV(public health veterinary) If they are infected with the disease, non-ambulatory, have severe abnormalities.

• Checking drive cards to confirm that they are correct. Then sign them to show completion of the inspection.

Supervisor:

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

KOCH FOODS, INC.

515 Tyson Road

Ashland, AL 36251 United States

04/2016 – 06/2017

Salary: Bi-Weekly

Hours per week: 40

Cargill Quality Assurance

Job Type: Permanent

Work Schedule: Full-Time

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

• Verify slaughter and processing establishment’s Sanitation Standard Operating Procedures (SSOP) and Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP). This includes ensuring that the plans meet regulatory requirements and effectiveness in preventing unsanitary conditions and adulterated product.

• Review of records, observation of plant operations and conduct hands-on verification to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements.

• Take regulatory control action when necessary. Determine whether the plant's corrective or preventative actions are effective. Watch for trends in noncompliance. Inspected poultry for disease and contamination while on line, requiring accurate and quick decision making on each bird to determine pass/fail status. Performed numerous tasks during processing including inspection checks, temperature checks, fecal checks, equipment cleanliness and employee hygiene to ensure government standards were met.

• Observe regulatory activities inside plants for consumer protections (labeling, economic adulteration and misbranding).

• Have contact with plant management, supervisors and others to explain regulatory requirements, discuss the operation of the plant SSOP, HACCP plan and other food safety programs. Work with a variety of individuals to resolve the problems, clarify differences of interpretation for HACCP and other food safety or consumer protection requirements. Assist other inspectors, supervisors, and officers on inspection and enforcement matters.

RESPONSIBILITIES FOR ANTE-MORTEM INSPECTION IN ACCORDANCE WITH FSIS DIRECTIVES 6100.1 AND 6100.2 INCLUDE:

• Ensuring Human Handling of animals upon arrival, unloading, and while being held for slaughter.

• Checking pens and alleys for adverse conditions, adequate water supply and lights, properly functioning gates and chutes.

• Truck unloading, watching for slips and falls from handling or weather.

• Observing all animals in motion and at rest.

• Suspect animals for SPHV (public health veterinary) If they are infected with the disease, non-ambulatory, have severe abnormalities.

• Checking drive cards to confirm that they are correct. Then sign them to show completion of the inspection.

Supervisor:

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

EDUCATION:

High School: Metropolitan High School, Hapeville, GA

Date Degree Earned: 07/2015

JOB TRAINING:

• HACCP: Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points

• GMP: Good Manufacturing Practices

• SSOP: Sanitation Standard Operating Procedures

• Beef Sanitary Dressing & Process Control Procedures

• SPS: Sanitation Performance Standards

REFERENCES: Name

Employer

Title

Phone

Email

Dr. Marcus Landry

FSIS USDA

SPHV Relief, Atlanta Circuit

706-***-****

adbzjf@r.postjobfree.com

Ms. Barbara Burks

FSIS USDA

Consumer Safety Inspector – CSI Atlanta Circuit

229-***-****

Dr. Timini Edwards

FSIS USDA

SPHV Atlanta Circuit

706-***-****

adbzjf@r.postjobfree.com



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