Home Chef

Sanitation Lead - 2nd Shift

Location 1445 South Tippecanoe Avenue
Job Locations US-CA-San Bernardino
Scheduled Days Off
1-Monday, 7-Sunday


The Sanitation Lead is responsible for providing oversight of the sanitation team for their specific shift for the cleaning and sanitizing of food assembly and storage areas and non-food handling areas (i.e. break rooms, locker rooms).


Executes Sanitation Plan 

  • Responsible for assigning tasks to Sanitation & Janitorial team to complete required tasks
  • Verifies equipment and/or chemicals are being used appropriately 
  • Observes for unsanitary practices and conditions to make necessary improvements
  • Monitors sanitation team for usage of appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) 

Supports Core Sanitation Activities 

  • Demonstrates mastery of all core Sanitation & Janitorial Associate responsibilities 
  • Responsible for accurately documenting master sanitation activity completion for their shift in the appropriate application

Training, Retraining, and Coaching Sanitation/Janitorial Associates

  • Serves as point of contact for all Home Chef Sanitation Tools & Applications, trains Sanitation & Janitorial Associates on access and usage
  • Delivers training, retraining and coaching in real time to Sanitation & Janitorial Associates to correctly perform their job as necessary, including safety policies 

Issue Escalation 

  • Promptly notifies Sanitation Supervisor, Sanitation Superintendent and/or FSQA Leadership when sanitation issues arise
  • Maintain working knowledge of chemical inventory levels, escalating to Sanitation Supervisor or Sanitation Superintendent when inventory levels are low 

Attitude and Attendance

  • Arrives to work at scheduled time and follows time off request procedure
  • Communicates with co-workers in a professional manner
  • Treats co-workers with respect at all times
  • Escalates attitude issues among Sanitation & Janitorial Associates to Supervisor and/or Sanitation Superintendent

General Responsibilities:

  • Follow the facility GMPs and help enforce them throughout the facility
  • Support the efforts of the company to maintain our food safety system (SQF) and quality programs
  • Follow all company policies and procedures including but not limited to related to safe chemical handling and lock out, tag out (LOTO)

This position requires 0% travel. 


  • General high school degree, or equivalent, (e.g. GED). 
  • Fluency (reading and writing) in English is required, fluent in Spanish is preferred
  • 2+ years of experience working in the food, safety or sanitation industry
  • Demonstrated informal leadership in previous positions
  • Demonstrated ability to read a Safety Data Sheet (SDS), preferred
  • Experience with sanitation of automated equipment, preferred
  • Previous experience with GFSI, SQF, FDA, and USDA audits, preferred


Hourly Range: $18.50 - $25


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