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Quality Assurance Technician I - All three Shifts

Perkins

Quality Assurance Technician I - All three Shifts

Fairfield, OH
Full Time
Paid
  • Responsibilities

    SUMMARY OF POSITION

    Assures consistent quality of production by developing and enforcing good automated manufacturing practice (GAMP) systems; validating processes and providing follow-up documentation.

    INTERNAL REPORTING RELATIONSHIP(S)

    Reports directly to Quality Assurance Supervisor

    POSITION ACTIVITIES AND TASKS

    Perform process checks throughout the production, packaging, sanitation and warehousing functions of the company

    Provide independent oversight of processes, verifying compliance to company standards and policies, and effectively communicating when there are deviations from standards or processes

    Ability to understand and operate basic product testing equipment

    Knowledge of food safety principles

    Provide feedback on quality problem areas, and recommend course of action.

    Perform instrument tests and calibrations, adjust and modify. Perform daily audit.

    Must be able to show up on time and work overtime and weekend when requested.

    Responsible for following and remaining compliant with the SQF System and all associated policies and records. Works cooperatively with all departments to fulfill the requirements of the SQF system. In the occasion(s) the SQF Practitioner is absent; appropriately trained backup has been assigned to cover their duties to ensure the integrity of the SQF System.

    Responsible for ensuring Food Safety to include safe food storage and handling practices, cleaning for food safety, personal hygiene and pest control.

    EDUCATION LEVEL REQUIRED

    High school graduate;

    EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

    Minimum of 1-2 years experience; preferably in a manufacturing environment

    Knowledge of FDA GMP’s; understanding of HACCP principles

  • Industry
    Hospitality