POSITION AVAILABLE:

JO 15217 QUALITY ASSURANCE AUDIT COORDINATOR

Location:

Milwaukee, WI

Salary Range:

$20 per hour max to start

Summary:

The Quality Assurance Audit coordinator is responsible for the coordinating of third party and customer audits, and posses thorough knowledge of the standards This Company is audited against, to give follow up corrective action feedback when necessary. The position will also lead monthly Good Manufacturing Practice/Food Safety inspections of the facility and help develop procedures to assure that food safety topics are addressed throughout the facility. This position reports to the QC Manager.

Preferring someone with experience in 3rd party audits, for example BRC, SQF, ISO, etc.  Must be self motivated and able to handle auditors questions.

Responsibilities:

-      Direct all activities to achieve GFSI accredited certification from a third party. This will include but not limited to understanding the standards of the designated GFSI audit, participate in the gap analysis, organize activities to complete those areas that were found to be deficit during gap analysis, and create needed documentation to fill those deficiencies.

-      Develop procedures and processes that are needed to ensure food safety throughout the facility.

-      Conduct annual audits and reviews of food safety processes and procedures that are required to be certified by the designated GFSI recognized organization.

-      Assist in training and testing of production employees for food safety processes and procedures.

-      Coordinate and participate in customer audits of This Company.

-      Coordinate and write corrective actions for third party and customer audits. This will include follow up to assure completion of the written corrective actions.

-      Lead, conduct, schedule and document monthly audits. Help to develop corrective actions for the monthly audits results including follow up on the corrective actions to assure that the actions are being completed.

-      Oversee the Company Allergen Program which includes, but is not limited to auditing the allergens in the facility, reviewing vendor allergen sheets, answering customer inquiries concerting allergens and Company products.

-      Help with the enforcement of Good Manufacturing Practices through production supervisors, team leads and management.

-      Assist Quality Control Technicians as needed including but not limited to tank checks, raw material and finished goods checks, micro and chemistry testing.

-      Any other duty or task as required or assigned.

Qualifications:

         Bachelor of Science degree or experience in a Quality Control setting in the food industry is preferred.

         Ability to communicate and interact with all levels of employees throughout the organization.

         Ability to conduct mathematical analysis and statistical analysis.

         Ability to solve challenges with defined polices and objectives by analyzing, evaluation and synthesizing.

         Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusion.

         Ability to interpret and extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and understand abstract and concrete variables.

         Ability to read, analyze and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures or governmental regulations.

         Ability to write reports and procedure manuals.

         Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients and customers.

         Ability to participate in regulatory reviews, involvements and interactions.

Contact:

Terri Sherman, Vice President-Industrial Foods, Ingredients & Flavors, Tom Sloan & Associates, tsherman@tsloan.com, 920-261-8890

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