Technical and Safety Trainer - Night Shift $28

Manufacturing/Operations Bakersfield, California


The Manufacturing Technical Trainer role is responsible for ensuring that all technical training for their shift/team is complete and up to date.  This includes new hire hands on training, re-certifications, and SH&E training.  This role is also responsible for creating and updating procedures and work instructions for their department and will be assuming all Document Control Coordinator (DCC) duties.   


Job Description 


  • All Duties and Responsibilities listed in the MOP, KOP, POP job descriptions 
  • Responsible for monitoring training of all new full time and temporary employees 
  • Manage and conduct all training and re-certification for existing team members with quality, production, and safety standards 
  • Create and update procedures and work instructions, will be the DCC for the department 
  • Create training presentations, deliver training. 
  • Work a minimum of 40 hours on the floor per quarter to maintain skill level and expertise. 
  • Develop training material utilizing vendors and instruction manuals for new processes and equipment. 
  • Maintain and enter all training records into trackers to ensure compliance. 
  • Lead safety investigations and document findings. 
  • Lead by example to carry out all duties and specific responsibilities in compliance with Safety, Health & Environmental Policies and Procedures.  
  • Provide or coordinate training for LOTO, forklift operations, first responder, hearing test, and communicate any safety or environmental observations. 
  • Conduct safety and environmental audits of shift and work in conjunction with Shift Managers and supervisors to close the gaps. 
  • Be able to flex work hours and shifts to accommodate the needs of the company. 
  • Lead by example to carry out all duties and specific responsibilities in compliance with Quality and Food Safety Policies and Procedures.  
  • Support Safety Specialist as a back up and any project work as needed. 
  • Must be trained in  first Responder, CPR certified, blood borne pathogen, incident investigation, workers compensation, all PIT equipment, confined space and Permit to work.  Training must be kept up to date and a certified trainer. 
  • Track safety certifications and upcoming expirations (LOTO, PIT, hearing test, first responder, confined space and PTW. 


  • PerformancePay attention to detail in executing checks.  Be enthusiastic quality advocate. 
  • Hands on approachFollow schedule in executing checks and inspections.  Communicate results with the line leadership.  Know and understand the role 
  • Zero compromise on Quality and excellence – When in the plant use looking eyes to ensure plant is making products according to specification and in compliance for GMP and food safety standards.   
  • EntrepreneurialAlways strives to be creative, wants to present the best products possible from a maintained, clean and safe factory environment 
  • Continually striving knowledge of the process and product - Logical, creative and committed. Able to problem solve  
  • TeamworkWork with quality team and production by participating in meeting and communicating quality expectations. 
  • Accountability Monitor and guarantee the respect of the quality standards and GMP in order to avoid complaints and consumer safety issues. 
  • Consumer focused When completing checks remember the consumer and their expectations.