Position Summary:


Quality Assurance Engineer / Supervisor - Hartz Mountain Corporation Logansport, IN

Based in Logansport, Indiana, this position will lead Food Safety and Quality programs at the manufacturing facility. This includes leading implementation and on-going program management/oversight of compliance to The Hartz Mountain Corporation Quality Assurance / Food Safety requirements and other related initiatives.


         Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

o   Lead integration of the current quality assurance and food safety processes into one integrated process. This includes HACCP system, regulatory audits, quality systems review process (QSR), standard operating procedures (SOPs), incoming inspections, food safety audits, consumer complaints, standardized work instructions.

o   Develop and maintain systems to assure compliance to all system requirements including Document Control and Records, Specifications, Product Identification Trace, Building and Equipment Maintenance.

o   Manage finished product evaluation system and provide leadership to drive improvements in key customer/consumer Quality attributes.

o   Train and maintain all training records for critical food safety and quality requirements.

o   Oversee monitoring, verification, and validation activities to ensure that all products leaving the facility.

o   Provide guidance and leadership in situations where deviations have occurred or a potential risk has been identified related to food safety and/or quality attributes.

         Position Requirements:

o   Bachelors degree in Food Safety, Microbiology, Chemistry, Food Science, or other science related field.

o   3 years of progressive food processing experience, with at least 1 - 2 years in a management / supervisory capacity within a manufacturing environment under HACCP, USDA and/or FDA.

o   Demonstrate leadership in the areas of food safety, plant regulatory and Quality Assurance.

o   HACCP Certification from a nationally / internationally recognized and accredited HACCP training firm

o   Possess a thorough understanding of FDA and/or USDA inspected manufacturing facilities

o   Experience with FDA and/or USDA Rules and Regulations

o   Must have strong organizational, leadership and communication skills

o   Ability to analyze processes for Biological, Chemical, and Physical hazards with a thorough understanding of the science and support behind each type of hazard and each step within a production process

o   Aid and participate in cross functional departmental teams within the organization

o   Good problem solving and corrective action/resolution utilizing statistical tools


Contact: ckral@hartz.com




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