- La Crosse, WI, USA
- Full Time
Health, Dental, Vision, HSA/FSA plans; Life, Disability, and 401(k)
Assist in maintaining compliance with regulatory and quality programs for day-to-day operation of department and operation, knowledge or involvement.
- Approve Raw material for use.
- Responsible to ensure the allergen program is maintained.
- Assist with plant, customer and third party audits as needed.
- Assists with mock recalls with the Recall Team semi-annually.
- Write or update Standard Operating Procedures as needed.
- Label comparison and release
- Vendor Approval documentation and testing set-up.
- Expired product-testing program.
- Out of spec investigation.
- Dietary ingredient identity program management.
- Environmental swabbing.
- Maintain the Halal program.
- CAPA investigations and implementations.
- Batch record review.
- Assist in annual training.
- Acts as a backup to some of the functions of the Regulatory Specialist II.
- Responsible for food safety and food quality.
- Updates knowledge and develops professionally on a continuing basis.
- Other job related duties may be necessary to fulfill the responsibilities of this position.
- Demonstrated proficiency in Windows, MS Office Suite including Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook, internet/intranet and other organizational specific software.
- Experience using office equipment including printer, 10-key calculator, fax/copy machine, multiline/voicemail telephone system and others as needed.
- Due to the nature of this position employee will have regular contact with almost all employees for the purpose of obtaining and providing information.
- Reasoning skills: follow written, verbal and/or diagrammatic instructions; solve practical problems; interpret verbal and written instructions; scientific thinking to solve problems including abstract and concrete variables; address practical problems; comprehend most complex concepts.
- Math skills: basic math plus fractions, decimals, percentages, algebraic calculations, and statistical inference.
- Language skills: exchange basic informational data (fill out forms/checklists, make own appointments, etc.); interview to gather information; advise others on alternatives/options; read, understand and explain technical data; compose routine business correspondence.
- Prefer Bachelor of Science degree in biology, chemistry, or related science field, or equivalent experience
- Three to five years Regulatory or Quality experience
- Effective problem solving skills and working knowledge of quality standards
- Work performed largely in an office and manufacturing environment with minimal chance for personal injury
- Occasional out-of-town and overnight business travel (air or auto) may be required for business and education
- Physical requirements: exposure to dust, noise, chemicals/solvents, and food allergens
- Regular mental and visual concentration for computer usage
- Frequent repetitive use of keyboard approximately four (4) or more hours per day
- Frequent use of telephone
- Constant visual such as near-, mid-, and far-range vision, depth perception, color vision, and field of vision
- Alternates walking, sitting, standing, kneeling, turning/twisting, and bending throughout work shift; climbs stairs
- Lifts up to 55 pounds of product
- Ability to push and pull
- Ability to use fingers and grasp items;
- Ability to receive detailed information through verbal communication
- Hours of work are generally during regular business hours. There will be some variation in work hours due to special projects, deadlines, community events, and other concerns.
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