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Sanitation Technician

  • Avena Foods Limited

  • Regina, SK

  • Posting Date: Oct 14, 2021

  • Expiry Date: Apr 12, 2022

  • Job ID: 23587

Expired FEATURED SPONSORED Part time Facilities General Labor Machine Operator Manufacturing

Job Description


Sanitation Technician, Avena Foods, Regina, SK

Avena Foods is recruiting a highly-motivated Sanitation Technician for its Regina oat processing plant. This full-time position includes cleaning and sanitizing building structures, mill production equipment and supporting Avena’s pest control program. Daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and yearly tasks must be completed.

The successful applicant will understand and live by Avena’s values, be a strong team player, work efficiently under minimal supervision, be able to prioritize tasks and act with a sense of urgency and be willing to learn and abide by Avena’s Food Safety and Safety Programs. They must be punctual and flexible regarding work schedule (including early mornings, nights, and weekends as needed), be able to work at heights above ground level using a scissor lift and ladder and lift and carry up to 50 lbs on a regular basis.

General Education Development grade 12 is required, as is general knowledge of good food manufacturing practices or the ability to learn. Food Safe certificate is an asset.

Basic sanitation experience is desired, and mechanical aptitude is a strong advantage. Excellent verbal (reporting) and written (records to fill out) communication skills are required. Familiarity with Food industry will be considered a strength

Starting date: TBD



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