Facility Supervisor- Maintenance and Sanitation

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1.0 POSITION SUMMARY 

The Facility Supervisor will work under the direction of the Day Operations

Manager and is responsible for the oversight of the daily activities with facility

management to include maintenance and sanitation of offices, warehouses, and

grounds. The position will promote a safe and productive environment by proactively

planning, monitoring, and scheduling timely maintenance, sanitation and repairs of

facilities, equipment, security and systems that meet and/or exceed regulatory

compliance; to include but not limited to limited to OSHA, USDA, Food Safety, Health

Department, and the State Fire Marshal. The position will perform the essential duties

and responsibilities by the way of self, delegation or in conjunction with management

and/ or sub-contractors.  

2.0 PRIMARY POINTS OF ACCOUNTABILITY 

1. Zero Equipment Down Time

2. Zero Lost Time Accidents

3. Maintain a 97% or higher score on SQF audit 

4. Maintain a 97% or higher score on Customer audit

5. Maintain a passing score on USDA audit 

6. Manage labor costs to reduce overtime to 1% or less as a percent of packages shipped 

7. Maintain 96% or higher on retention rate 

 

3.0 ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 

 Coordinate, supervise and direct the daily work of the sanitation employees and

subcontractors that are engaged in timely maintenance, sanitation and repairs of

facilities, equipment, security, and systems.

 Perform daily office, warehouse, and grounds inspections to ensure pristine

conditions and compliance with sanitation activities and documentation

requirements.

 Ensure all work activities are performed with the highest standards regarding

safety and a focus on continuous improvement. 

 Own and maintain documentation and retention of compliance checklist, MSDS

binder, etc.

 Source and maintain appropriate inventory for approved cleaning supplies and

related parts. 

 Review and prepare invoices related to facility maintenance, sanitation, and

service for approval. 

 Partners with the Director of Special Projects and the SQF Practitioner to lead and

sustain Food Safety Compliance and assist Food Safety Audits.

 Assist with special projects including building expansions, renovations, and other

building and site improvements, to include but not limited to defining scope of

work, optimizing layout, and obtaining cost estimates.

 Serve as the primary point of contact for environmental and utilities services.

 Respond to after-hour calls related to building safety, security, and physical

operations (i.e., HVAC, electrical, plumbing, refrigeration).  

 Ability to travel and assist other CCP locations when needed.

 Perform all other duties and assigned tasks as required. 

 

4.0 REQUIREMENTS 

 Requires a High School Diploma or GED, Associates Degree, or the equivalent of 3-5

years of experience in facility and/ or warehouse maintenance.

 Facility related certifications preferred. 

 Business acumen is essential. 

 Strong leadership skills and ability to develop accountability systems to achieve

high level goals. 

 

 Ability to analyze data timely, efficiently, effectively, and multi-task projects and

assignments simultaneously. 

 Demonstrated ability to remain focused with changing objectives, deadlines, and

priorities beyond one’s control. 

 Moderate computer skills with the ability to analyze data and formulate

improvement plans based on results. 

 Must possess the ability to effectively communicate both oral and written. 

 Ability to work in a refrigerated work environment between -10 degrees and 65

degrees. 

 Ability to work weekend rotation shifts and some nights as leadership

responsibilities require. 

 Ability to work holidays where the company remains open for business. 

 Ability to travel up to 20% of the time.

 Must pass a drug and alcohol screen. 

 Valid Driver's license

 

5.0 EXPECTED PERFORMANCE STANDARDS 

Physical Demands 

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an

employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable

accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the

essential functions. An employee should contact his or her supervisor or the Human

Resources Department if he or she believes that an accommodation is needed. 

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to follow all

warehouse environment physical demands. 

Lifting of objects up to 60 lbs. may be necessary. Pushing objects up to 500 lbs. This

position requires moderate climbing, kneeling, crawling, stooping, squatting or bending. It

does require working in a constant 34-degree temperatures in coolers, as well as a below

0-degree cooler.

 

Work Environment and Environmental Conditions 

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an

employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable

accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the

essential functions: 

 Work environment is usually fast paced with frequent short deadlines and regular

instances of critical or unusual situations requiring a high level of adaptability and

flexibility. 

 Field of work includes offices, the refrigerated warehouse and surrounding

grounds.

 Limited hazards due to visits to the warehouse and surrounding areas.