Excellent opportunity for a QA Supervisor to work within the food industry to gain experience, further your product knowledge and have the potential for promotion within the company.
OPPORTUNITY HIGHLIGHTSCompetitive Salary - up to £32,000. Working Hours: 40 hrs Sunday to Thursday; 08:30-17:00
THE QA SUPERVISOR
Key activities within the role are:-To ensure products food safety and quality objectives are met at all times.To manage the work of the QA Team and ensure they are suitably trained to carry out their tasks.To ensure that all products and raw materials can be traced throughout the production process.To ensure that all the required control documents are in place for new products launches and to be in attendance at trial, pre-production runs and production runs.To conduct a weekly Hygiene and Food Safety Audit with the Hygiene Manager and Engineering Manager and report actions required to senior management. Action points raised must be monitored for completion.To conduct internal quality system audits .To attend customer and third party audits.To investigate complaints and report findings.
THE IDEAL CANDIDATE
Ideally, we are looking for a Food Science or Food Technology graduate with some placement or relevant work experience in a Quality or Technical role within the Food Industry. On top of this you will also need:Supervisor experienceDrive and tenacity to make a difference.Enjoys and takes pride in having the ownership of their role.A natural forward planner who critically assesses own performance. Excellent computer skillsHACCP experienceFood Safety & Auditing experience
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