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Based on 103 responses, the job of Food Safety Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.79 out of 5. On average, Food Safety Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Food Safety Manager?

May 2019
"Still a working progress, a lot a changes in this short time. We move from 1 location to a other so is still touch and go."
Food Safety Manager in Cape Town:
Pros: I like my work a lot
Cons: I don't get the authority to work my way freely
June 2019
"Hustle and Bustle in Joburg."
Food Safety Manager in Johannesburg:
Pros: Better money & better opportunities
Cons: High pressure, never able to escape work, exhausting
September 2019
"Good city."
Food Safety Manager in Asheville:
Pros: good city
Cons: cost of living is high
December 2019
"Seattle is great place to work."
Food Safety Manager in Seattle:
Pros: pretty
Cons: crime
March 2015
"Food Safety Manager."
Food Safety Manager:
Pros: Working to meet all criteria necessary to produce safe foods.
Cons: Long hours.
March 2014
Food Safety Manager:
Pros: Setting my own work duties and contributing to company obtaining regulatory recognition.
Cons: Sitting at desk too much. Driving to remote processing sites.
November 2020
"Area is filled with work opportunities but takes adjustment for lifestyle changes."
Food Safety Manager in Reading:
Pros: There are a lot of opportunities in both food and pharma in this area
Cons: The area is not very populated; limited activities outside work