Site Quality Coordinator (Dairy), North Tawton

Location
North Tawton
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
13 Jun 2017
Closes
27 Jun 2017
Ref
SW32042
Contact
Arla Foods Limited
Business Sector
Food Manufacturing
Contract Type
Permanent


Site Quality Coordinator, North Tawton (Taw Valley)

At Arla, we do so much more than make some of the world's favourite dairy products. We make healthy taste delicious, mornings worth getting up for and family dinners unforgettable. Cravendale®, Anchor®, Lurpak® and Tickler® - names like these make us a vital, natural part of modern life in over 100 countries around the world. We are 4,000 UK and 19,000 global employees at the heart of it. Every single one of us plays an important role and together we build on our 10bn Euros turnover and establish our position as one of the largest dairy companies in the world.

We currently have a vacancy for a Quality Co-ordinator within the QEHS (Quality, Environmental, Health & Safety team) working at our creamery in Taw Valley, Devon. The site operates 24 hours per day, approximately 355 days/yr and produces award winning Cheese, Whey, Cream, Butter, WPC and Powder. This is a full time role, working Monday to Friday, but with the flexibility to provide support over a weekend when occasionally required



Grow your career

This is an exciting, growth role providing support and technical expertise to our site teams to maintain, govern and further develop our food safety and quality management systems and product compliance. In doing so, you will help ensure we comply fully with legal, Arla Foods and Customer standards at all times.

You will be involved in developing and delivering HACCP, and other risk management tools, quality systems, auditing, problem-solving, data management and hold a key role in helping Colleagues across our site to excel in their food safety and quality responsibilities at all times. As a key part of the QEHS team, you will support other team members and deputise where appropriate.



Experienced Quality Professional

Candidates will require a sound working knowledge of food manufacturing operations across the supply chain, preferably with dairy or chilled foods experience. Some practical experience with the development of HACCP and quality management systems to current BRC and retailer/food service compliance standards is required.

Candidates must have a positive, organised and resilient approach to all aspects of their work, and to be able to maintain excellent relationships with colleagues and external stakeholders.

Strong IT skills and experience of MS Office essential, with any exposure to SAP an advantage.

In return you can expect a competitive salary and benefits package and the opportunity to work with a market leading company that encourages internal promotion.