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Quality Assurance

Quality Assurance


  • Salary: £12
  • Location: March
  • Contract: Temporary

Job Title: Quality Assurance
Location: March
Salary: £12-£15 per hour
Hours: 2-Shift Pattern – 5.45am – 2pm and 1.45pm – 10pm, alternating on a weekly basis, Monday to Friday
Our client is an industry leader within the bakery environment with over 100 years of baking experience. Due to consistent year on year growth an opening has been made in their QA team.
They are seeking an experienced quality assurance technician with a food background. If you have worked within the food industry for more than two years, have obtained level 2 in HACCP and Food safety, a quick decision maker, and able to work shifts 4 on 4 off (days or nights) this position is for you.
Quality Assurance Technician Responsibilities include:

To review and identify areas of improvement/additional training for all production paperwork, confirming information in real time, that it is completed accurately and in full.
Create and maintain accurate, audit ready site -specific and product specific documentation to act as a guidance for Production to be able to delivery continued required standards for processes and products.
To conduct legal compliance verification checks on equipment such as temperature probes, scales and fridges across the site against a defined schedule escalating where out of specification results are identified and participating in investigation and corrective action implementation.
Working as a support function to operations to ensure hygiene levels of the facility are maintained by conducting GMP / Glass and Hard Plastic and Fabrication audits in conjunction with departments leads to assess compliance and improve standards. Report findings as identified within the Internal Audit Procedure.
To complete PQE sessions confirming product conforms to food safety, quality, and customer parameters.
To carry out sampling and swabbing against site risk assessed swabbing and sampling schedules, leading on investigations when an out of specification result is received, confirming cause, corrective and preventative measures as outlined within the Non-conformance procedure.
To be the subject matter expect for CCP controls on site, delivering training to operatives and validating understanding of training.
To be the subject matter expert for weight controls to ensure compliance with the Weights and Measures Act 1985

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