Quality Assurance Manager required for Leading Food Manufacturing
- Greater Cleveland, OH area
About the Role:
Assurance Manager to lead the Quality department at their largest facility in the U.S. The chosen individual will be tasked with mentoring the QA supervisors and preparing them for advanced roles.
As an integral part of the plant, the Quality Assurance Manager will add value to a company that has shown consistent growth over the years. Once they have acclimated to the company culture, the manager will have the opportunity to showcase their leadership and technical abilities to aid in the company's profitable expansion. They will be in charge of endorsing and aiding the plant's ongoing improvement efforts through TMOS, working in conjunction with Operations, Corporate FS&Q, and other support roles.
The Ideal Quality Assurance Manager will have:
- 5+ years of experience in Food Safety or Quality
- A Bachelor's degree
- HAACP Certification
- SQF or BRC Certification
- Experience with USDA and FDA audit schemes
- Servant leadership style
- Proven mentorship experience
- Ability to manage cross-functionally and drive support for Food Safety & Quality initiatives with all leaders in the facility
Responsibilities of the Quality Assurance Manager:
- Assume the role of the site's primary Preventative Control Qualified Individual (PCQI) and GFSI Practitioner
- Oversee the Sanitation department and its resources, including: SSOPs, Comprehensive Sanitation Schedule, Sanitation Efficiency, Sanitation Verification tasks, and Pest Management
- Establish the facility's operational and capital budgets for FS&Q
- Recognize projects that influence FS&Q and are included in the facility's capital plan
- Oversee the creation, execution, assessment, verification, and validation of the facility's FS&Q System
- Improve team member abilities by performing evaluations and suggesting growth opportunities through ongoing education, seminars, trade shows, etc.
- Preserve the Quality Module and Inspection Characteristics in the SAP system, ensuring new workflows are implemented promptly and correctly