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Quality Assurance Tech

SUJA Juice 6 reviews

Oceanside, CA




The QA Technician assures the plant is compliant with food regulatory requirements and reporting deficiencies or practices that could compromise food safety, quality and food defense. You will be responsible for, but not limited to, improving the effectiveness of the Quality Management System to better serve the business.

SCHEDULE: Sun - Thurs, 1pm - 9:30pm

Responsibilities may require an adjusted work schedule, overtime, evening/weekend hours in order to meet deadlines

Monitors production conditions, specifications, process controls and tracking controls

Maintain washline concentrations

Test ppm concentration for sanitation bucket and floor solutions

Monitor a system that will verify checks on existing production control forms and be audited on the same forms that meet all program requirements

Collect environmental swabs, air sampling dishes and Lab retain samples

Verify all CCPs on-line and take corrective actions whenever necessary to assist in determining the root cause and development of a preventative action plan

Responsible for checking the pH levels, temperature and brix of each batch of juice produced and is with in product specifications

Verify and document Facility Operation Inspections & Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs)

Perform Standard Sanitation Operational Procedures (SSOPs) verification and ATP swabs

Tracks non-conforming product and their dispositions

Perform Pre-Operational inspection procedures of all production/bottling equipment and facility

Perform equipment calibrations and makes the necessary adjustments

Perform special assignments as needed by the Quality Assurance Manager

Assists with testing of food products to ensure compliance with standards and regulations

Change out circle charts

Conducts inventory checks (ATP swabs, charts, forms, etc.)

Verify volumes, torques & bottle weights are within product specification

Complete and enter into database all pallet tags and CCP forms for production and bottling

Record cycles and verify that all HPP settings and information is correct

Perform metal mesh and magnet inspections

Verify production lot codes, labels, mold number and packaging is within product specification High School Diploma required

HACCP Certified (required – but can be obtained on the job)

1-2 years Quality Assurance experience preferred

1-2 years food industry experience (preferred)

Bachelor’s Degree preferred, but not required

Knowledge of food safety regulation preferred

Responsibilities may require an adjusted work schedule, overtime, evening/weekend hours in order to meet deadlines

Willing and able to work in a cold/wet environment with temperatures as low as 35F

Must have strong leadership skills

Basic computer skills

Critical thinking skills

Be able to adapt to constant changes

Be able to work independently with moderate supervision


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