HACCP Co-ordinator – Meat Processing [CLOSED]

Our Toronto based meat processing client is in need of a HACCP co-ordinator.  This position will be responsible for the HACCP program maintenance in the plant.  If you have experience running the HACCP program in a CFIA inspected meat processing facility we want to hear from you!


  • HACCP maintenance, reassessment, monitoring and verification
  • Update SOPs and forms as necessary from HACCP reassessments, program changes, etc.
  • Conduct audits to comply with all requirements
  • Perform food safety assessments
  • Provide production support, decision making for food safety/quality issues
  • Perform audit and records verification
  • Coordinate hold and release of raw materials, products in process and finished products based on procedures and specifications
  • Coordinate Non-Compliance Reports and in house disposition of materials placed On Hold
  • Perform allergen verification and label review
  • Participate in Food Safety Meetings
  • Maintain/Update the Label Database of Finished Product SKUs
  • Perform Mock Crisis and Mock Recalls
  • Conduct water sampling and air pressure monitoring
  • Review plant blueprint
  • Backup for working with the Pest control supplier to keep program up to date and submit results and corrective actions to food safety SPOC
  • Micro backup, swabbing, plating, autoclaving, media preparation
  • Conduct mid-shift cleanup inspections
  • Assist with construction activities and planning of environmental monitoring for listeria control
  • Plan, schedule and verify equipment calibration activities (MDs, thermometers, datatracers, etc.)
  • Participate by providing input in management meetings, period reviews
  • Other duties as assigned.



  • HACCP certification
  • Must have in-depth HACCP experience including; program development; implementation of programs and self-auditing of HACCP programs.
  • 3 – 5 years of meat processing experience in areas of GMP and HACCP principles and programs
  • Proven supervisory leadership and communication skills thus a team motivator and must be able to be the liaison between the plant and the CFIA
  • Computer proficiency (Work, Excel, Outlook)
  • Must be open and flexible to change, take initiative and work with minimal supervision



Commensurate with knowledge and experience

We thank all those who apply however, only applicants chosen for an interview will be contacted.  Candidates must be legally eligible to work in Canada without sponsorship. Please submit resumes with portfolio to resumes@excelleratedstaffing.com and quote job ref# PRLSHACCP130507.