Product Quality Auditor

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Apr 24
By | Jobs
The Product Quality Auditor is responsible for ensuring that the quality of the product meets the established standards set by Conestoga Meats at various stages of production, including the quality of the finished product, as well as looking after room temperatures. The Product Quality Auditor will perform data analysis of all the results gathered and share it with employees. This role will also work closely with the lead hands and production supervisors to ensure appropriate corrective measures are taken when there is a deviation in production.
Why Work at Conestoga Meats?
Growing company with opportunity to grow with team and department
Stable full-time hours; no rotating shifts
Employee referral bonus program (minimum $300 per hire)
Competitive benefits package for you and your family at 3 months of service
Pension plan and company matching at 1 year of service
Floater day given on top of vacation days
Diverse workforce; translation of communication materials into 8 languages
Discounts on quality pork products
Employee assistance program (financial assistance, mental health resources)
Social Committee events (food trucks, gifts, games)
BBQ's and wellness programs
On-site training and company provided equipment
Employee scholarship program and English courses
Responsibilities
Assess the quality of finished product and packaged product through visual inspection/comparison to product specification
Inspect 5 kg (approx.) of each product from each of the production lines as well as packaged product once every hour to 1.5 hours
Data analysis of results and posting of results for KPI communication boards
Developing, Improving, and Reviewing KPI’s with stakeholders to identify improvement opportunities.
Spearhead initiatives to improve product quality on the production floor
Engage and Communicate results to lead hands and production supervisors to ensure appropriate corrective action is taken for deviations.
Follow up and ensure corrective actions and preventative measures are sustained to maintain product quality
Review customer complaints with production and HACCP team. Identify trends and areas of focus.
Collect product samples as required
Other QA duties as required that are within the employee’s restrictions such as back-up for room temperatures, product temperatures, sanitizer temperatures
Qualifications
Grade 12 education or equivalent
Good communication skills
Good record keeping skills and attention to detail
Good knowledge of product specifications, HACCP and Food Safety
Good inter-personnel skills to be able to work with production supervisors, lead hands, sales personnel and QA personnel
Good computer skills
Key Competencies
Service Excellence
Maintains genuine relationships with customers over time, and stays on top of changing business needs
Regularly gathers and reviews customer feedback to get a clear picture of their needs and requirements
Continuous Improvement
Uses knowledge and expertise to continuously improve and develop KPI’s, product quality projects, customer complaints, product specifications, employee knowledge and engagement.
Accountability and Initiative
Consistently delivers on personal targets
Achieving results together
Actively listens to others’ needs
Key Performance Accountabilities
Balanced score card results for each production line
If this sounds like the job for you, please submit your resume online at http://conestogameats.com.
We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those invited to participate in our recruitment process will be contacted.
Conestoga Meats welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

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