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      Quality Auditor

      £22,000 - £24,000 Location: Wales Product: Ingredients Ref: 8249

      This manufacturer is one of Europe’s leading innovators within their market sector. Their tremendous success is owed to their dedication to customer service and providing the highest quality products to some of the world’s best-known food brands.

      About the Quality Auditor job

      Reporting to the Technical Manager, as Quality Auditor, you will audit, monitor, and evaluate quality systems and procedures and provide technical support for the operational teams. You will maintain and promote technical and quality standards in line with business need and customer requirements.

      Key tasks:

      • Apply quality standards to ensure customer and legislative requirements are met.
      • Audit compliance against Quality Management Systems and GMP.
      • Ensure all product testing, organoleptic, micro, and chemical, is carried out according to the agreed schedule.
      • Support NPD trials and product launches, managing micro testing and product life assessment to ensure products are manufactured to the correct standard.

      Skills & experience required for the Quality Auditor job

      A clear passion for food safety compliance is essential! Previous food production quality assurance or technical experience is required; however, this role may suit a food science/food technology graduate with a placement who is looking to start their career within the food manufacturing industry.

      You will also be able to demonstrate a solid understanding of HACCP, Quality Management Systems and GMP and additional qualifications such as HACCP, Food Safety, Food Hygiene, Lead Auditor etc. are all highly desirable.

      You will be highly organised with good prioritisation skills, be an effective communicator plus be IT literate.

      A driving licence is required due to site location. 

      More details

      The Quality Auditor job is based in Gwynedd, West Wales; however, the company would also like to hear from interested candidates who are willing to relocate to the area.

      The role is paying £22,000 rising to £24,000 upon successful probation period plus 25 days annual leave and bank holidays together with other attractive benefits such as discounted holidays and spa breaks.

      The working hours will be a weekly rotation of Monday – Friday, 6 am – 2 pm & 2 pm – 10 pm.

    • Becky Gander
      recruiter

      Becky Gander, Recruitment Manager, is the main point of contact for this role.

      If you have any questions about the job, please email becky@b3jobs.co.uk.

      Connect with Becky on LinkedIn.

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