Quality Assurance Manager

Personnel Associates Columbia , SC 29201

Posted 2 weeks ago

Quality Assurance Manager – $90K range- Foods Manufacturing- Ensures the quality of product and services by testing product, performing audits of product lines, monitoring and completing written reports, placing defective products on hold and taking corrective action. Manages quality assurance programs and department by upholding quality programs expectations and standards scheduling personnel and shipments. Functions as primary SQF practitioner and is responsible for food safety and validating and verifying that SQF programs are in place and being enforced. This position is responsible for administering the department’s budget to ensure proper allocation of resources. Responsible for supervising direct reports. Overseeing sanitation programs and performing other duties as assigned. Performs other duties including but not limited to handling customer complaints, communicating holds and discrepancies with supervisors and other departments; completing various reports by maintaining bill of materials, maintaining hold logs, completing weekly and monthly reports.

BS degree ( Food Science, Biology, Chemistry, ect) – 3 years of Quality Assurance management experience in a food or beverage manufacturing environment. SQF or BRC preferred.

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