Quality Control Analyst Meat Plant
- Full Time
We currently have an opportunity in our Operations Department for a self-motivated, results-driven individual who would be a positive addition to our dedicated staff.
The Quality Control Analyst will become familiar with ensuring the manufacturing processes of the Company meets the food safety and quality standards as outlined by the company, regulatory bodies and customer requirements, with particular emphasis on food safety, customer satisfaction, productivity and environmental awareness.
Our company offers the successful candidate a competitive compensation package, excellent employee benefit program and RRSP. We offer an employee development plan including; regular performance feedback, a comprehensive development/improvement process, recognition for your team and individual accomplishments and specific developmental activities to ensure continued learning and development.
We require a detail oriented individual with a professional attitude. This individual is someone who thrives in a challenging, productive environment built on respectful collaboration and will strive to complete tasks promptly and adhere to deadlines.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Quality Control Analyst will stand on the production floor, perform visual inspections on every carcass and identify contamination, defects, and pathological lesions.
Quality Control Analyst will identify and mark defects.
Quality Control Analyst will maintain communication with viscera screener in order to identify and tag viscera with defective carcasses.
And other duties as required and needed.
Degree and/or diploma in a Science related discipline (Chemistry, Biochemistry, Food Science, Microbiology, Biological Sciences, Animal Science) or at least 3 years’ experience in pork slaughter, identifying defects on the line
Understanding of Quality Assurance principle and Food Safety Programs
Detail-oriented and ability to work independently and as part of a team
Able to pass CFIA training
Experience working in a meat processing facility or manufacturing environment an asset
Able to work in a fast-paced work environment with repetitive tasks on a moving line
Able to stand and walk throughout the shift
Work well in a team environment and support team members with minimal supervision
Good communication skills, able to speak and read English
Must able to work most shifts if needed
Must be legally entitled to work in Canada
MSP Coverage and Extended Benefits Plan which includes medical, dental, and vision care.
RRSP matching after a year of continuous employment.
Day Shift, Monday to Friday (7 AM to 4 PM) (Ready to be flexible)
Special Employee pricing on products.