At Krispy Kreme, we’re always focused on creating the most awesome doughnut experience imaginable, and that starts with ensuring impeccable food safety and sanitation during all stages of making our delicious sweet treats. In this role, you will play a key part by following the 7-step sanitation process at our Doughnut Factory. You will model the proper way to sanitize, clean and store materials, and you’ll know exactly what chemicals to use in the various stages of the cleaning process.
What will you do?
You’ll ensure our doughnut factory is running under the cleanest conditions by completing the sanitation process steps of inspection, sweeping/flushing, washing, rinsing, sanitizing, rinse or air dry and validating. You’ll wear personal protective equipment (PPE) and clean our doughnut-making equipment with approved chemicals. You’ll also get to assist with packing doughnuts or even making them if those teams need you to jump in. We have a master cleaning schedule and standard operating procedure checklist to help you organize your work and keep you on track for impeccable food safety standards. You’ll also work with the maintenance team to ensure your cleaning schedule will align to when they work on the equipment. Other areas of the factory will also need some TLC and cleaning, such as bathrooms, breakrooms, and offices. You’ll keep the cleaning supplies stocked, on-hand and organized. There might be other duties too- the world of doughnut-making is ever-changing!
On the move
This is a role for people who can’t stand to sit still during the day. Get ready to get moving! This may include things such as carrying and lifting boxes or cleaning supplies, sweeping, mopping, sanitizing equipment, and basically helping in a dynamic factory environment. You’ll need to be able to lift a decent amount of weight, up to 25 pounds, and occasionally 50 pounds.
The doughnut factory can be warm inside as well as a bit noisy, with all that equipment producing delicious doughnuts.
What makes you a great fit?
You have 2-4 years of experience working in a food manufacturing or similar environment, doing sanitation work. You can read and do basic math to document the work you do in sanitation. You can move around and are dependable- we need our food safety standards kept high! If you have a high school diploma or GED, that’s ideal too.
Posting ID: 561471946Posted: 2020-07-14