FAQ

Quality Assurance Specialist

Posted by: Jeff Greenberg | Posted on: December 27, 2019

The Quality Assurance (“QA”) Specialist is responsible for the keeping our operation running properly. The primary function is keeping our operations compliant with GMP’s, SOP’s, third party audit requirements, and the like through internal audits and process reviews of Operations.

Responsibilities

  • Maintaining food safety protocols, including Ingredient Risk Assessments and HARPC Programs
  • Managing submissions for audit compliance for GMP’s, Organic, Gluten Free, and other certifications
  • Training others on protocols for GMP’s, Batch Log completion, Receiving, Shipping, and other manufacturing and maintenance processes

Essential Qualifications:

  • 2 or more years experience with Food GMP’s, HACCP/HARPC and food or drug facility Quality Assurance, including experience with at least 1 third party GMP or GFSI audit
  • Disciplined, organized and reliable.
    • Able to create & support systems that reduce variability in execution.
    • Others feel more safe working with you around because you pay close attention to details and always follow through.
    • Your word and actions are always in alignment.
  • Represent The Kitchen Coop with a positive, professional, team approach that is both honest and kind

 

Desired Qualifications:

  • Part time availability to start. This position could be occupied by a contractor on a part-time basis.
  • Process centric approach
  • Comfortable with computers and web-based project & document mgmt systems

Compensation:
Hourly, plus bonuses based on audit score results and internal audits.

To Apply:
If you are interested in this position, please provide a resume, cover letter, and answers to a few questions using TKC’s Employment Inquiry form. Please include a complete list of the third-party audits with which you have experience,  your role in achieving those certifications, a sample SOP or HACCP program you authored, hours of availability, and current compensation requirements.

 

 

 

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