Hello sunshine - we all need some added Vitamin D in Winter, it's time to give your chilled food Quality and Technical career a healthy boost.
In a rapidly changing world, job security is up there, along with your health of course.
Job satisfaction - knowing you're recognised and rewarded for your efforts is hugely important. If you thought working for a large, blue-chip company means your achievements go unnoticed, prepare to change your thinking.
This food manufacturer has strong financial foundations. After a period of transformation, they have invested millions; developing their people, recruiting key staff to fill the gaps, and upgrading the site with new kit. With a strong five-year business strategy now being actioned, find out where you can fit in.
Joining as the site Quality Manager, you will inherit a technically strong team. People who have grown in their roles through dedication and a commitment to 'do the right thing'.
Living the core values of Continuous Improvement and Customer First are at the heart of everything they do. Similarly, you'll come with a 'is there a better way we can do this?' approach.
You know what a good Quality Management System looks like and as the guardian, you'll share knowledge and expertise across the team. Leading through example, you'll always push for better and will inspire those around you to drive a strong quality culture. We're looking for a strong communicator, who will bring examples of their ability to influence and problem solve. And with CI at the core, examples of where you have delivered initiatives and received recognition in these areas are equally important.
As laboratory management is part of this role, strong microbiology experience is essential to quickly establish working rapport with the current team. Ideally qualification up to HACCP Level 4, BRC audit experience and a good understanding of the main retailer systems and codes of practice are needed.
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