The basic function of the Sanitation Technician is to maintain a high quality environment for production. This involves knowledge of production, equipment, and sanitation techniques to ensure that equipment is clean and sanitized for production.
- To disassemble, clean, sanitize and reassemble all equipment as needed.
- To clean and sanitize pans, bowls, mixers
- To perform the basic housekeeping to include clean floors, walls, ceiling, air vents, lights, etc., of the plant, equipment, and exterior of all equipment.
- Complete necessary paperwork and record data related to sanitation and food safety
- Comply with all company policies, rules & regulations regarding safety, personal hygiene (GMP’s), operational methods and food safety guidelines.
- Be willing & able to work in any area of the facility (inside or outside) and in/around the assembly line to assist in cleaning or change-over’s as needed.
- Must report any food safety issues, discrepancies, suggestions and/or complaints to the Plant Manager immediately.
- Have full range of mobility in upper and lower body.
- Be able to reach overhead.
- Be able to work in various positions, including, but not limited to, stooping, standing, bending over, sitting, kneeling and squatting for extended periods of time.
- Be able to lift, pull and push materials and equipment to complete assigned job tasks.
- Be able to lift 25 pounds of weight frequently and 50 pounds occasionally throughout assigned workday.
- Must be able to work an 8+ hour shift standing on their feet on a concrete floor.
- Be able to work in an environment where there is exposure to noise for extended periods of time
- Be able to work in close proximity to others for extended periods of time.
Requires 1-2 years previous manufacturing and/or sanitation experience, preferably in a food processing facility
Co-founder Dr. Alison Levitt M.D., a.k.a. The Dr. in the Kitchen, developed the tasty Flackers recipe because she has always believed that “Good Food is Wise Medicine," and that what you put in your body will affect how you feel, your energy level, and your sense of well being.
After years of preaching about the powerhouse benefits of flaxseed in a balanced diet, she decided to make a batch of crackers to hand out in her office. Her patients soon became obsessed with the nutrient-rich, crunchy treats—and so did their friends and family.
As demand grew for her delicious flaxseed cracker recipe, Alison decided to officially launch Flackers in 2008.
Flackers have always been USDA Organic, vegan, paleo, Non-GMO Verified and gluten-free. Our flaxseed crackers are made from simple, wholesome ingredients (that you won’t need to Google to understand).
Fun fact: just one serving of Flackers has 3-4 grams of protein, six grams of fiber and is high in omega-3 fatty acids.
Flaxseeds are low-carb, packed with fiber to help maintain normal cholesterol levels and promote optimal digestion, and are naturally high in alpha linolenic acid, a heart healthy omega-3 fatty acid.
We now have six different recipes: Sea Salt, Savory, Cinnamon and Currants, Tomato Basil, Rosemary, and Dill. Flackers are available nationwide in co-ops to major grocery stores like Whole Foods, HyVee, H.E.B., Sprouts, Albertsons, Ralph’s and many more. You can also buy them through our website, Amazon.com, Thrive Market, VitaCost.com and other online retailers.
Role: Sanitation Technician - 1st and 2nd shift
Location: New Hope,
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