Consultant, Food and Product Safety

Overview

The Consultant, Food & Product Safety will lead the strategy and resolution for restaurant food safety operations including the creation and implementation of restaurant food safety systems that result in a culture of food safety across the entire chain.

Responsibilities

  • Identify, diagnose, and resolve Restaurant level food safety risks
  • Assist Owner/Operators in the resolution of the major Health Department risk factors and compliance to the FDA Food Code
  • Partner with Business Consultants as an expert liaison in the event of potential food safety situations that may require Restaurant closure
  • Establish the path and criteria to re-open a Restaurant that undergoes a closure for food safety related reasons
  • Aid restaurants in defining short and long term food safety culture wins
  • Serve as a guide on prioritization, energy focus and resources to strengthen food safety operations and culture
  • Interpret and communicate Restaurant-level Food Safety needs to the Food Safety Solutions and Systems Teams
  • Review Restaurant Food Safety challenges to identify potential root causes and determine the most appropriate consulting support to determine steps toward solutions
  • Manage the internal relationships with other departments to influence improved food safety systems across the organization


Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor's Degree in a science such as: Food Science, Biochemistry, Engineering, Environmental Health Science, Chemistry, Biology or extensive restaurant experience in a food safety role
  • Minimum of 5 years of work experience involving food safety (Restaurant Food Service experience preferred)
  • Ability to work in a technical area (be detail orientated) as well as with customers and in supplier environments
  • Demonstration of leadership skills and ability to influence change
  • Willingness to travel (40-60%)


Preferred Qualifications

Advanced degree in business (MBA)

Minimum Years of Experience

5

Travel Requirements

60%

Required Level of Education

Bachelor's Degree

Preferred Level of Education

Masters Degree

Major/Concentration

Bachelor's Degree in a science such as: Food Science, Biochemistry, Engineering, Environmental Health Science, Chemistry, Biology or extensive restaurant experience in a food safety role


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