Are you interested in working for a company that partners with local farmers to produce sustainable, healthy oat ingredients to feed the world? Just west of Winnipeg, O Foods is building the most advanced oat mill in North America to meet growing global demand. As a wholly owned subsidiary of Paterson Global Foods, we have strong roots in Canadian agriculture and believe in delivering value to the entire food supply chain.
The Manufacturing Sanitation Technician will complete all daily, weekly, and master sanitation scheduled tasks as assigned by Sanitation Lead.
- Execute the sanitation standard operating procedures (SSOP) as outlined by quality department.
- Notify Sanitation Lead when sanitation supplies are below established inventory levels.
- Participate in all in-house relevant training.
- Build and contribute to a plant-wide workplace and food safety culture, believing in zero injuries.
- Participate in a respectful work environment where employees can bring forward not only ideas and improvements but concerns of all nature, including safety and harassment issues.
- Other duties as assigned.
- A grade 12 secondary school diploma
- Previous sanitation or cleaning work experience; preferably in a manufacturing environment
- Excellent communication and teamwork skills
- Attractive compensation package including company paid medical & dental benefits.
- Work-life balance and Employee Assistance Programs.
- Employee Referral Program.
- On the job training & development and career growth opportunities.
- Paid vacation and personal days.
O Foods Ltd is passionate about oats and strives to be the innovation partner throughout the supply chain from farmers to consumers. We want to be the preferred oat ingredient supplier by collaborating to create value and sustained growth for all stakeholders.
We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those selected further in the process will be contacted.
O Foods Ltd is an equal opportunity employer and is committed in building a skilled and diverse workforce. We encourage women, aboriginal peoples, members of visible minorities and persons with disabilities to apply.