Website State of ArkansasState of Iowa
Maintains the USDA Shell Egg and Poultry regulations and reviews contracts/specification requirements. Performs Acceptance Quality Level (AQL) examinations on products (poultry, egg & rabbit) and ensures that segregation meets USDA, State and Industry standards. Monitors temperature/relative humidity of coolers; establishes grading stations, performs and continually monitors pre-operational sanitation inspections of processors, and monitors and verifies the grading by industry graders. Enforces the provisions of the Arkansas Egg Marketing Act of 1969 and makes inspections where eggs are bought, sold, offered for sale, or processed.
Plant Industry Division: Issues certificates, quarantines, and permits. Trains, monitors, and supervises the work of other employees. Conducts inspections of dealer records, applicator records, application methods, application sites, regulated equipment, regulated structures, regulated entities, collects samples, and gathers evidence required to assimilate a case file. Performs other duties as assigned.
BUREAU OF STANDARDS: Inspects and tests weighing and measuring devices used for commercial activity and removes out of compliance devices from service. Inspects packaged commodities to determine accuracy of weight or measurement standards and compliance with labeling requirements. Investigates consumer complaints, gathers evidence, prepares reports and case files. Determines price accuracy in retail establishments and ensures appropriate method of sale for all products. Confirms required information is provided to consumers through ticketing or receipts. Confirms Country of Origin labeling inspection on meats, seafood, nuts, and produce. Inspects records for compliance with applicable laws and ordinances. Performs other duties as assigned.
Knowledge of field and laboratory testing procedures and requirements utilized to determine the existence of diseases.
Knowledge of safe working procedures with livestock.
Ability to perform inspections/investigations, follow proper procedures, and issue quarantines on infected and exposed livestock.
Ability to monitor the interstate and intrastate movement of livestock to ensure compliance with federal and state laws.
Ability to maintain records and prepare activity and monitoring reports.
Ability to gather documentation necessary for prosecution of violators.
Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing and make decisions.
Company: State of ArkansasState of Iowa
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Jonesboro, AR, US
Application Deadline: N/A