What will we eat next?
Food Hygiene Officer$30k – $48k
We’re looking for someone meticulous, process-driven and with a strong background in food safety and hygiene to ensure that Grain maintains the highest standards of food safety and food quality.
Full ownership of food safety and hygiene in the company
Ensuring that the HACCP system is implemented, maintained and enforced
Identifying and proactively resolving key food hygiene risks in our operations
Ensuring that the highest standards of food hygiene are enforced and adhered to by all personnel in the company
>2+ years of experience in a Food Safety Officer role or equivalent with experience in maintaining rigorous high quality and safety standards
Dedicated team player with proven ability to lead and educate others
Well-versed in HACCP principles
Previous experience in food safety for catering or other large-volume NEA-licensed establishments
Monitor and verify activities to ensure all products coming in and out of the kitchen meet food safety standards as well as quality standards
Strong written and verbal communication skills with the ability to communicate clearly with operations and kitchen staff, business contacts and suppliers
Develop, maintain and update documentation such as SOPs, as well as maintenance of user manuals, policies and procedures relating to food safety concerns
Certified FHO with WSQ Conduct Food & Beverage Hygiene Audit course completed
What’s in it for you:
Work with a fast growing team to explore and shape best practices
Work in a really cool office with free food
Competitive compensation package based on experience
You should include these in your application:
Resume or LinkedIn profile
Tell us about a time where you had to work on a task that seemed to be extremely challenging, and how you overcame it?
What are your favourite projects? What motivates you?
Why hire you over the rest?
Grain at a glance
Grain focuses on E-Commerce, Food and Beverages, Marketplaces, and Food+Tech. Their company has offices in Singapore. They have a mid-size team that's between 51-200 employees. To date, Grain has raised $14.15M of funding; their latest round was closed on May 2019.