Top Food Inspector Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Food Inspector. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Food Inspector resumes they appeared on. For example, 15.6% of Food Inspector resumes contained Food Preparation as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Food Inspector actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Food Inspector resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Food Preparation

high Demand
Here's how Food Preparation is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Accounted for and secured all equipment and food supplies; prepared and kept records and reports on work and food preparation activities
  • Experienced cook with food preparation, menu planning, cost control, inventory, and food storage knowledge.
  • Exercise headship over 40 personnel in the food preparation, compliance assurances, and safe food handling practices.
  • Presented educational classes in nutrition, proper food preparation, storage and disposal, and sanitation techniques.
  • Performed unscheduled inspections of Army dining facilities; food preparation, storage and personnel.
  • Assisted cooks with food preparation during high peak periods.
  • Cleaned and sanitized all equipment used in food preparation.

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2. Poultry Products

high Demand
Here's how Poultry Products is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Enable to independently inspect to determine pathological abnormalities tasks of unwholesome meat and poultry products.
  • Set labeling standards and approve labels for meat or poultry products.
  • Inspected processed meat and poultry products.
  • Abided by all Judaic laws and cultures if it was following federal regulations on poultry products and procedures.
  • Inspected processed poultry products 3.
  • Set labeling standards and approve labels for meat or poultry products.

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3. Processing Procedures

high Demand
Here's how Processing Procedures is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Inspect food products and processing procedures to determine whether products are safe to eat.
  • Instructed employees on proper sanitation and processing procedures.
  • Inspected food products and processing procedures to determine whether products are safe to eat.
  • Inspect food products and processing procedures to determine whether products are safe to eat.

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4. Red Meat

high Demand
Here's how Red Meat is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Conducted government line audits of red meat and poultry, inspecting for disease and defects.
  • Red meat viscera inspection requires palpitation of organs and slicing with extremely sharp knives.
  • Follow procedures learned during FSIS Red Meat Training in Oklahoma City in 2010.
  • Graduate of USDA red meat slaughter and poultry slaughter courses.
  • Red meat school for pathology and safety in Iowa.
  • Retail and wholesale red meats grading specialist.
  • Follow HACCP & SSOP Protocols Red Meat and Poultry trained as Official Inspector as of [ ]
  • Ante mortem and post mortem inspection of red meat (cattle).

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5. CCP

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Here's how CCP is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Coordinate and conduct food safety/quality audits for National Quality Awards (NQA) and HACCP certification.
  • Received certification in Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) training.
  • Conduct HACCP and Quality Audits on food processing establishments locally.
  • Acquired certificate for completion of computer based HACCP training course.
  • Ensured weekly HACCP inspections were completed with zero deficiencies.
  • Developed and implemented seven certified HACCP plans.

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6. Usda

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Here's how Usda is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Perform Quality Control checks to ensure USDA standards are met and product is in compliance with Federal laws.
  • Instructed trimmers on corrective measures to take in compliance with USDA regulations, directives and established procedures.
  • Received Special Recognition award for hard work and effort to fulfill the USDA/FSIS agency.
  • Perform inspections in Food Processing and Beverages Companies as regulated by the USDA Department.
  • Maintain continuing education of food borne diseases as set by USDA standards.
  • Enforce HACCP, USDA requirements, sanitation, and processing plans.
  • Performed inspection for assigned USDA, FGIS custom exempt facilities.
  • Acted as Union President for the USDA in Zones 065, 066, and 067.
  • Stamped poultry and poultry-by product with various types of USDA stamps along with issuing certificates based on compliances upon request.
  • Conducted anti-and postmortem inspection of hogs and cattle based on USDA Food Safety Inspection Service guidelines.
  • Worked as a Meat/Food Inspector for USDA on the Des Moines District for the Omaha Plants rotation.

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7. Sanitary Condition

high Demand
Here's how Sanitary Condition is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Conducted subsistence quality assurance inspections in food handling establishments located on Post, evaluated and recommended corrective actions for unsanitary conditions.
  • Reviewed plans for conformance with regulatory requirements and were executed effectively, to prevent unsanitary conditions and adulteration of product.
  • Create sanitary reports identifying minor and critical violations related to food wholesomeness, labeling, and general sanitary conditions.
  • Worked using SSOP and HACCP methods ensuring that requirements were being executed effectively to prevent unsanitary conditions for product.
  • Performed direct observations to ensure facility utilized proper procedures to maintain sanitary conditions and prevent adulteration of product.
  • Communicate verbally with plant personnel about issues arising from unsanitary conditions, fecal contamination, and improper evisceration.
  • Visited specified establishments to investigate sanitary conditions, health and hygiene habits of persons handling consumer products.
  • Inspected the plant and/or department for general sanitary conditions and potential sanitary hazards
  • Identified unsanitary conditions in food establishments; prepared inspection reports.
  • Monitored the operations and sanitary conditions of food establishments.
  • Supervised younger soldiers and, identified unsanitary conditions, unsafe equipment's, and structures, and reported it to COC.
  • Verified Plants SSOP Program, including proper disposition of products, restoration of sanitary conditions and measures to prevent recurrence.
  • Verified proper handling of finished product to ensure sanitary conditions were maintained and product met USDA finished product standards.
  • Assure that facility and equipment are maintained in sanitary conditions according to SSOP and the plants HACCP plan.
  • Inspect the operations and report sanitary conditions of poultry and small animal slaughtering plants.
  • Monitor the operations and sanitary conditions of slaughtering or meat processing plants.
  • Inspected sanitary conditions in all aspects of the food industry,in compliance with all applicable laws.

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8. SOP

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Here's how SOP is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Contacted the plant manager about regulatory requirements along with the SSOP, HACCP plan and other safety issues.
  • Identify and document deviations the plants SSOP and HACCP plan, in the form of non-compliance reports.
  • Preform inspections of receipt and surveillance of food are done according to SOP.
  • Completed AgLearn courses related to HACCP and SSOP in preparation for promotional opportunities.
  • Experienced in Sanitation Standard Operating Procedures (SSOP).
  • Verified pre-operational and operational SSOP and Critical Control Point records daily, working with a variety of SSOP and HACCP plans.
  • Assure product throughout productionprocess is carried out in accordance with plant HACCP, SSOP and GMP procedures.

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9. Food Inspection

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Here's how Food Inspection is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Worked to accomplishing food inspection mission without supervision, including preparation and distribution of necessary reports.
  • Trained, scheduled and oversaw employees in all aspects of food inspection for assigned areas.
  • Conduct surprise routine food inspections two to three times a year of every establishment.
  • Performed a diverse number of duties related to the food inspection analyzes.
  • Served as food inspection NCO in the Central Command area.
  • Review, consolidate and analyze food inspection reports.
  • Complete Basic Combative Training Veterinary Food Inspection Specialist Training Course
  • Provided food inspection services to over 30 establishments that sold, prepared or stored food on 3 different military instillations monthly.
  • Prepared and conducted in-service classes for the food activities and trainings for food inspection activities.
  • Follow Established rules, policies and regulations Coordinated and planned activities Performed Food Inspections CPR training
  • Insured the highest quality of food inspection possible Inspected over 25,000 birds per day Checked for diseases and other abnormalities Performed pre-op

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10. Post-Mortem Inspection

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Here's how Post-Mortem Inspection is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Perform post-mortem inspection identifying abnormal conditions and rejecting, condemning, or holding suspect for examination by Veterinary Medical Officer.
  • Perform post-mortem inspection procedures: Identify abnormal conditions and either rejects, condemns, or holds suspect animals.
  • Perform ante-mortem and post-mortem inspection on livestock or poultry.
  • Trained in ante-mortem and post-mortem inspections.
  • Perform online ante-mortem inspection and post-mortem inspection for the largest pork producer in the U.S. which processes 16,000 animals per shift.
  • Involved in ante-mortem inspection of livestock or poultry and post-mortem inspection of red meat or poultry.
  • Ensured the safety and wholesomeness of meat and poultry products through ante-mortem and post-mortem inspection.
  • Performed post-mortem inspection Supervised performance of 2 plant employees.

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11. Corrective Action

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Here's how Corrective Action is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Write reports of findings and suggest improvement opportunities to management to implement decisions on improvement activities or make corrective action recommendations.
  • Observe workers to detect inefficient and unsafe work procedures or to identify problems initiating corrective action as necessary.
  • Record contractual deficiencies, and initiates recommendations for corrective actions.
  • Reviewed corrective action responses for accuracy and acceptance.
  • Document all non-compliance and implement corrective actions
  • Verified that corrective actions for processes beyond critical limits had been implemented and that processes had improved to acceptable control limits.
  • Implemented corrective action plans and preventive measures.
  • Inspected food recommending preventative and corrective actions for food found Worked on the assembly line

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12. Sanitation Practices

high Demand
Here's how Sanitation Practices is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Maintain security, safety and sanitation practices and procedures.

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13. Ante-Mortem

average Demand
Here's how Ante-Mortem is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Completed ante-mortem paperwork and time and attendance documentation.
  • Conducted Ante-Mortem and Post Mortem inspection on all species in the facility guaranteeing that the product is not contaminated.
  • Collect samples to be tested, performed in-process sample analysis, conducted ante-mortem inspections, review slaughter records.
  • Performed ante-mortem, humane-handling and postmortem inspection proceduresassured product was safe to enter the food supply.

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14. Ensure Compliance

average Demand
Here's how Ensure Compliance is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Performed random checks to ensure compliance with food safety and other consumer protection regulations.
  • Inspected materials to ensure compliance with procedures for shipping.
  • Monitored staff to ensure compliance with U.S.D.A food safety standards.
  • Maintained a professional relationship with store managers and suggest solutions to ensure compliance.
  • Implemented non-food safety consumer protection activities to ensure compliance.

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15. Public Health

average Demand
Here's how Public Health is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Safeguard public health and safety by consistently identifying rare and unusual conditions requiring condemnation or disposition by the VMO.
  • Ensured accurate data entry into the Public Health Information System (PHIS) national database and prepared periodic reports of activities.
  • Inspected bovine carcasses sections and lymph nodes to identify contamination, abscesses and pathogens to retain product for public health veterinarian.
  • Determine if a food establishment's service and operation is safe for public health.
  • Report condemned specimens to PHV (public Health Veterinarian) and poultry plant manager.
  • Assisted in training a newly hired public health veterinarian.
  • Protect public health and consumers from the sale of adulterated, misbranded, and falsely labeled food and food products.

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16. Poultry Plants

average Demand
Here's how Poultry Plants is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Inspected federal meat and poultry plants for compliance with regulatory standards
  • Examine food animals in privately-owned meat or poultry plants.
  • Covered 3 beef plants, 2 pork plants and 2 poultry plants.

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17. Fsis

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Here's how Fsis is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Monitored work station and dressing procedures in accordance with FSIS regulations and policy.
  • Performed and followed threw with reulations and law rules in accordance with the FSIS Fedaral Goverment.
  • Provided factual information to plant employees and USDA FSIS personnel through primarily face-to-face discussion regarding work operations and administrative matters.
  • Conduct and maintain professional communications with facility management, the FSIS supervisory chain, and inspection team members.
  • Enforce USDA FSIS Regulations at all times.
  • Have knowledge of FSIS procedures and can adapted to current procedures

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18. Food Establishments

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Here's how Food Establishments is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Managed section hazardous food recall program, verified hazardous critical control points within food establishments.
  • Perform enforcement compliance inspections at food establishments
  • Processed daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly reports for inspections of 15-35 food establishments.
  • Coordinated QA/regulatory inspection of over 160 food establishments and submitted reports to Army HQ.
  • Conducted monthly inspections of over 5 food establishments on post at Fort Knox.
  • Conduct monthly inspects of all food establishments on base to ensure safety.
  • Performed routine and complaint inspections at retail food establishments.
  • Conducted inspections of local food establishments and bakeries.
  • Managed inventory for 15-35 food establishments.
  • Performed sanitary inspections on military food establishments Conducted training Prepared monthly reports

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19. Human Consumption

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Here's how Human Consumption is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Inspected food products designated for human consumption, while also supervising food inspection and combined veterinary service activities.
  • Rejected and condemned poultry showing conditions which made product unwholesome for human consumption.
  • Determine whether pathological or sanitary conditions make the product unfit for human consumption.
  • Discarded waste not for human consumption, making sure the lines are producing at 90% qualified product for shipment.
  • Ensured food was fit for human consumption, the welfare of the Soldiers and saved money for the Military.
  • Inspected food products for quality and contractual compliance to determine fitness for human consumption on receipt and in storage.
  • Inspect food products designated for human consumption on receipt and in storage for three branches of military.
  • Detect abnormalities of a carcass and its organs so product is conditionally fit for human consumption.
  • Ensured that the meat products were fit for human consumption in compliance with U.S. Federal laws.
  • Inspected food and handling procedures designed for human consumption resulting in 100% federal regulatory compliance.
  • Inspect carcass to ensure the poultry was fit to human consumption by performing postmortem inspection.
  • Make condemnations of whole carcasses or parts thereof which are unfit for human consumption.
  • Inspect donated food to ensure it is safe for human consumption Extracurricular Activities and
  • Identified diseases and abnormalities that make food products unfit for human consumption.
  • Examine food products nominated for human consumption in both storage and receipt.
  • Condemn organs and parts which are not fit for human consumption.
  • Check food aboard military ships to ensure quality for human consumption.
  • Examine and process livestock in slaughter for human consumption.
  • Trained in inspecting food products for human consumption.
  • Certified meat was safe for human consumption Performed daily SOP/SSOP procedures to ensure environment was safe for food

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20. Plant Operations

average Demand
Here's how Plant Operations is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Review, verify and monitor plant operations and records, and determine compliance with regulation.
  • Review records, observe plant operations and conduct hands-on verification to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements.
  • Monitor all plant operations to ensure compliance with federal regulations.
  • Observe plant operations and conduct hands on verifications to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements.

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21. Food Samples

average Demand
Here's how Food Samples is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Selected food samples using statistical sampling methods, make sensory evaluations and record temperatures of product and food in storage areas.
  • Procure food samples with statistical sampling techniques to make sensory evaluations and record temperatures of food in storage areas.
  • Executed weekly microbiological lab tests on 25 food samples for indicators of spoilage microorganisms.
  • Collect, prepare, and transmit food samples to laboratory for testing.
  • Collected quarterly food samples that were sent to the US Army Food Laboratory to test for potential foodborne illnesses.
  • Export standards (HACCP) are met Test and Analyze food samples for exports worldwide.

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22. Processing Plant

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Here's how Processing Plant is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Work in numerous processing plants, effectively communicating information to all pertinent personnel, while instructing inspectors on daily job functions.
  • Inspected poultry and equipment at poultry processing plants to ensure that consumers received a safe, wholesome and unadulterated product.
  • Well versed in the use of HACCP principles and SSOP practices in order to verify slaughtering/processing plant adherence.
  • Inspect the slaughter and processing of food animals in privately owned meat or poultry slaughter and processing plants.
  • Inspected fish, seafood products which included breaded and steak fish and sanitation conditions of processing plants.
  • Conduct sanitary inspections at Food Processing Plants, Supermarkets, and Food Warehouses.
  • Performed inspection duties on a slaughter line in a poultry processing plant.
  • Maintained all required documentation.Worked in a chicken processing plant inspecting chicken.

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23. Storage Areas

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Here's how Storage Areas is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Supervised the temperature and sanitation of warehouses and storage areas.
  • Performed handling inspection products in freezers, shipping dock and storage areas to ensure federal inspection requirements are met.
  • Conduct routine inspections in the meat area as well as in the FF&V and Dry Storage areas.
  • Inspected pr0duct coolers, product freezers, storage areas and shipping docks.
  • Recorded temperatures of products and food in storage areas.
  • Store food in designated containers and storage areas to prevent spoilage.

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24. US Army

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Here's how US Army is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Exceeded recruiting goals at 133% as a US Army recruiter Interviewed, counseled, qualified, and advised applicants.
  • Acted as training NCOIC (noncommissioned officer in charge) for US Army Veterinary Services- Ft Carson.
  • Served as Spanish translator and liaison, "bridging the gap" between the Hispanic community and the US Army organization.

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25. Food Animals

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Here's how Food Animals is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Examine food animals post- mortem for the presence of localized or generalized infections.
  • Examine food animals pre-mortem to ensure treatment is humane.

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26. FDA

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Here's how FDA is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Inspected food designed for human consumption in accordance with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Food Code.
  • Water was observed in the staging area, on Federally Inspected products, and FDA products.
  • Conduct follow-up visits on behalf of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
  • Assisted with preparation and management of the FDA MFRPS Grant 60 month audit.
  • Audited annually by the FDA for performance quality assessments and standardization.
  • Hosted/Coordinated FDA Retail course for local and state health departments.
  • Worked for USFDA at McCains Foods as state inspector.
  • Experienced in FDA, USDA, and ServSafe standards.
  • Worked for FDA Imports (Stoneham, Ma.

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27. DOD

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Here's how DOD is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Coordinated four food safety seminars for local Department of Defense (DoD) and military families.
  • Evaluated packaging, packing and marking requirements in accordance with DoD standards and contractual documents.

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28. Meat Products

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Here's how Meat Products is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Interact with Production Management in the production of fresh meat products that meet all applicable specifications.
  • Inspected meat products to ensure safety for consumption as governed by law
  • Coordinate with plant management for safe production of meat products.
  • Ensured the wholesomeness and purity of meat products.
  • Detected pesticide residues in vegetables and microorganisms in meat products Tested hardness of waste water and controlled critical points
  • Monitored inspection procedures for maintaining compliance in production of meat products.

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29. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Initiated non-food safety procedures for consumer protection and in compliance with regulations.
  • Conducted random monthly inspections of 2 schools on post to ensure that employees were following proper sanitation and food safety procedures.
  • Practice safety procedures to prevent injury and show others the right way to work.
  • Train inmates in food preparation, and in service, sanitation, and safety procedures..
  • Followed food safety procedures according to company policies and health and sanitation regulations.

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30. Technical Guidance

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Here's how Technical Guidance is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Provided technical guidance to team members.
  • Provided technical guidance to subordinate personnel.
  • Provide technical guidance on food safety regulations, microbiological concepts, and working knowledge for industry partners.
  • Manage and provide technical guidance to lower grade personnel in accomplishment of their duty.

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31. GMP

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Here's how GMP is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Insured product met federal regulations for processing (GMP) as well as standards of identity.
  • Ensured effective sanitation including company's own GMP's.
  • Monitor SOP and GMP procedures to assure all employees are following.
  • Provide comprehensive, investigational, inspectional and technical assistance and consultation and make sure employees are following GMP procedures.

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32. CSI

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Here's how CSI is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Perform CSI duties as needed.
  • Shadowed the CSI inspector and assisted in performing added solution checks as well as temperature checks related to HACCP.

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33. Fresh Fruit

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Here's how Fresh Fruit is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Maintained quality control of military rations and fresh fruits and vegetables, water.
  • inspected fresh fruits and vegetables, graded commodities according to USDA standards.
  • Determined deteriorative condition of meat and meat products, fresh fruit and vegetables, dairy products waterfood and semi-perishables subsistence.
  • Inspected truck lots or less of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables at the Terminal and at Regional Grocery warehouses.

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34. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Assure that work practices are in the guidelines of OSHA standards.

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35. Government Regulations

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Here's how Government Regulations is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Submitted data on non-compliance and participated in corrective action plan implementation to enforce government regulations.
  • Coordinated cohesive teams, ensured compliance with government regulations and managed government inspectors.
  • Carried out inspections for food hygiene and food safety, base on government regulations and standards.
  • Communicated and enforced contractual obligations and government regulations to vendor and military personnel.

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36. SPS

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Here's how SPS is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Verified Plant met USDA Regulatory requirements for HACCP, SSOP, and SPS.

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37. Food Storage Facilities

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Here's how Food Storage Facilities is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Inspected commissary stores and military food storage facilities for unsanitary conditions and recommend corrective action where necessary.
  • Conducted sanitary inspections in military and commercial facilities and identified unsanitary conditions in food storage facilities.
  • Identified unsanitary conditions in food storage facilities and commissary stores.
  • Identified unsanitary conditions in food storage facilities.
  • Trained, evaluated, and improved food storage facilities in accordance with the Department of Defense (DoD) standards.

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38. Pest Management

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Here's how Pest Management is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Perform pest management, monitoring of packaged water supplies, and field sanitation procedures.

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39. Appropriate Inspection Methods

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Here's how Appropriate Inspection Methods is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Ensured that regulated establishments produced a safe product by executing appropriate inspection methods.

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40. Quality Standards

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Here's how Quality Standards is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Report more than 10 processes and procedures out of compliance and/or failing to meet quality standards yearly.
  • Inspected all food products and equipment for compliance with ethical and quality standards Maintained strict quality guidelines for food production
  • Ensured food and meat processing facilities met quality standards.

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41. Oversaw

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Here's how Oversaw is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Monitored and oversaw operations for compliance with Federal Food Safety Regulations.

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42. Medal

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Here's how Medal is used in Food Inspector jobs:
  • Awarded the Army Achievement Medal for work completed at Fort Sam Houston Commissary.
  • Awarded an Army Achievement Medal for inspections for Desert Shield/Storm

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20 Most Common Skill for a Food Inspector

Food Preparation18.8%
Poultry Products12%
Processing Procedures11.3%
Red Meat9.9%
CCP5.8%
Usda5.7%
Sanitary Condition4.3%
SOP3.7%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Food Inspector

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Food Preparation
Food Preparation
15.6%
15.6%
2
2
Poultry Products
Poultry Products
9.9%
9.9%
3
3
Processing Procedures
Processing Procedures
9.3%
9.3%
4
4
Red Meat
Red Meat
8.2%
8.2%
5
5
CCP
CCP
4.8%
4.8%
6
6
Usda
Usda
4.7%
4.7%
7
7
Sanitary Condition
Sanitary Condition
3.6%
3.6%
8
8
SOP
SOP
3.1%
3.1%
9
9
Food Inspection
Food Inspection
3%
3%
10
10
Post-Mortem Inspection
Post-Mortem Inspection
2.7%
2.7%
11
11
Corrective Action
Corrective Action
2.4%
2.4%
12
12
Sanitation Practices
Sanitation Practices
2.4%
2.4%
13
13
Ante-Mortem
Ante-Mortem
2.2%
2.2%
14
14
Ensure Compliance
Ensure Compliance
2.1%
2.1%
15
15
Public Health
Public Health
1.7%
1.7%
16
16
Poultry Plants
Poultry Plants
1.6%
1.6%
17
17
Fsis
Fsis
1.5%
1.5%
18
18
Food Establishments
Food Establishments
1.5%
1.5%
19
19
Human Consumption
Human Consumption
1.3%
1.3%
20
20
Plant Operations
Plant Operations
1.2%
1.2%
21
21
Food Samples
Food Samples
1.2%
1.2%
22
22
Processing Plant
Processing Plant
1.2%
1.2%
23
23
Storage Areas
Storage Areas
1.2%
1.2%
24
24
US Army
US Army
1.1%
1.1%
25
25
Food Animals
Food Animals
1.1%
1.1%
26
26
FDA
FDA
1%
1%
27
27
DOD
DOD
1%
1%
28
28
Meat Products
Meat Products
1%
1%
29
29
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
Technical Guidance
Technical Guidance
0.7%
0.7%
31
31
GMP
GMP
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
CSI
CSI
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Fresh Fruit
Fresh Fruit
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Osha
Osha
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
Government Regulations
Government Regulations
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
SPS
SPS
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
Food Storage Facilities
Food Storage Facilities
0.5%
0.5%
38
38
Pest Management
Pest Management
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
Appropriate Inspection Methods
Appropriate Inspection Methods
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
Quality Standards
Quality Standards
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
Oversaw
Oversaw
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Medal
Medal
0.5%
0.5%

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