Corporate Quality Process Engineer - Food
414-367-5512 (Main Phone)
About the Company
Well-established and respected global food company
Multiple food manufacturing facilities
Premier food product supplier to leading restaurant chains
About the Role
Lead the development, implementation and administration of quality programs in multiple food processing plants.
Develop and implement programs to monitor and improve process control, specifically related to meeting customer product specifications and microbiological quality/processing requirements.
Collect, analyze and interpret data to evaluate the effectiveness of existing quality activities and identify opportunities for improvement.
Implement the use of quality tools such as Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA), but not limited to, to identify potential risks and develop a system to monitor or eliminate them.
Develop and implement statistically valid sampling processes to evaluate finished goods for quality disposition.
Develop and implement a process to conduct validation of manufacturing lines regularly on capability of meeting specifications and food safety.
Work collaboratively with appropriate plant and corporate staff to ensure successful execution of process related quality programs.
Develop process quality training (like SPC) for use by plant production and quality control employees. Provide training and informal mentoring to professional and managerial plant quality control staff.
Benefits & Features
Medical, dental, life, short and long term disability
Health care reimbursement account
401k and profit sharing
10 paid holidays in addition to vacation schedule
Scholarship program and tuition assistance
Discounted product purchases
Eligible for 10% bonus
About the Community
Suburbs of Chicago, IL with a relatively lower cost of living than the city and higher priced suburbs.
Easy access to airports for the 50% travel required (domestic and some international) for the position.
EXPERIENCE in a food manufacturing environment for at least 5 years implementing and administering quality tools.
Strong KNOWLEDGE of process improvement and using statistical analysis to identify manufacturing process issues.
EDUCATION of a bachelors degree level in microbiology, food science, animal science, mathematics or related field.
Six Sigma CERTIFICATION minimum as a Green Belt.
SKILLED in project management.
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