Nightshift Food Hygiene Team Leader based in the East Midlands, UK

My client, a global leader in the food industry, is currently seeking to recruit a Nightshift Food Hygiene Team Leader to work with them on a permanent basis at their site in Nottingham.  The main purpose of this food hygiene role is to ensure the consistent achievement of the highest standards of hygiene  by managing a team of trained operatives day by day, whilst ensuring Health and Food safety legal compliance are adhered to at all times.

Further responsibilities of this Food Hygiene Team Leader role will include:

  • Maintaining and updating the sites hygiene standards.
  • Carrying out GMP audits.
  • Assisting in the preparation for BRC audits.
  • Carrying out food safety training and managing a team.
  • Involvement in customer complaints  investigation to prevent re-occurrence.
  • Involvement in purchasing and stock controlling hygiene equipment/materials.
  • Carrying out team briefings.

The ideal candidate for the role will be educated to HNC standard, or equivalent, or higher in Food Science or a related subject and have experience working within a similar role. Experience managing staff as well as a good knowledge of food hygiene, food legislation and BRC are required.

If you would like to hear more about this Food Hygiene job, please contact Philippa Robertson on 0114 2839956 or email, quoting reference  SH19026 in all correspondence. Alternatively, to apply, please click here.


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