Quality Assurance Manager

Posted 11 June by Atrium Recruitment Limited
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Quality Assurance Manager

Norfolk

Monday to Friday

£35,000 - £40,000 (depending on experience)

We are seeking an experienced Quality Manager to join a leading food manufacturer in Norfolk.

Acting as part of the Technical Management team, you will be responsible for the day-to-day management of the site-based QA team.

Overview:

•             To review technical systems and project work. 

•             To ensure product is produced to high quality and customer standards, as well as within safety and legality requirements.

•             To provide support with customer complaint responses.

•             To ensure all relevant Risk Assessments and SWP's are reviewed and to current methods.

Experience (not an exhaustive list):

•             Level 3 in Health & Safety (IOSH Managing Safely or equivalent).

•             Level 3 HACCP.

•             Level 4 Food Hygiene.

•             Recognised internal / 3rd party Audit training.

•             Relevant food manufacturing experience in a similar role.

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(Please note this client does not offering sponsorship, only candidates with full Right to Work in the UK can be considered)

Atrium is an equal opportunity employer, and all hiring decisions are subject to international and local employment laws and regulations. All open positions offered by Atrium are subject to specific job requirements, however, we endeavour to ensure fairness and equal opportunities. We welcome applications from suitably skilled candidates regardless of ethnicity, gender, disability, sexuality, religion, or age.

Reference: 52840578

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