Build and support a culture at their location which values Personnel Safety and Food Safety.Supervise the cleaning of equipment, work areas, and facilities.Coordinate work schedule and work procedures to meet production schedules.Analyze and resolve problems, or assist team members in solving problems.Ensure cleaning requirements are achieved in a timely manner enabling pre-op inspection and set-up to begin on time.Inspect facility and equipment for conformity to plant HACCP and SSOP?s policies & procedures.Perform routine preoperational swab testing. Establish or adjust cleaning procedures as needed. Increase or decrease swabbing schedule according to tests results. Distribute test results weekly.Confer daily with company preoperational inspectors on sanitation deficiencies. Assign Sanitation Specialists to resolve deficiencies immediately.Investigate sanitation issues and work to identify root cause and corrective actions.Walk preoperational inspection with USDA inspector and company inspector. Ensure all deficiencies are resolved immediately.Maintain all sanitation related records including chemical usage and cost, monthly task completion calendar, weekly supply inventory, daily water usage readings, and weekly duct sock changes.Respond to USDA Noncompliance Records regarding preoperational sanitation deficiencies. Establish or adjust work procedures to resolve deficiencies and prevent reoccurrence.Route reports and records to designated plant personnel.Follow Lean Manufacturing Processes; team building, consistency in high quality, preventative maintenance, good work place conditions, productive work, etc.Follow good manufacturing practices and HACCP training, along with company pre-requisite programs, SOP?s, and SSOP?sEnsure that all team members are adequately and properly trained in safety, sanitation procedures, chemical handling, and GMP?s, etc.Maintain attendance records, counsel team members with poor attendance, & follow up with coaching/discipline as appropriate.