Position is home based, it is not
required to be located in Houston. Candidates must have availability to
start with LRQA immediately and must have time available in schedule to
complete induction and field training requirements quickly. Candidates
should have at least 10 audit days per month available for potential LRQA
The assessor should have the knowledge corresponding to
a post-secondary education that includes general microbiology and general
chemistry. The assessor shall also have the knowledge corresponding to a
post-secondary education that includes courses in the food chain industry
category in which they conduct Food Safety Management System audits.
Experience/Knowledge Prerequisites (if applicable)
- The assessor has completed
ISO 22000 training (preferred).
- The assessor has experience
with a wide range of food products, including but not limited to
confectionary, dry and wet pet food, beverages and other food products
- The assessor is a registered
lead assessor and has undergone HACCP training or has the audit log
background to achieve registration.
- The assessor has successfully
completed training in a) HACCP principles, hazard assessment and
hazard analysis, and b) food safety management principles including
- The assessor has a minimum of
five years of full-time work experience in the food-chain-related
industry, including at least two years of work in quality assurance or
food safety functions within food production or manufacturing,
retailing, inspection or enforcement, or the equivalent. The number of
years of total work experience may be reduced by one year if the
auditor has completed appropriate post-secondary education.
- The assessor has performed
audits for 2nd party of GFSI or ISO 22000 or ISO 9001 in the food
- Undertake client management
activities for assigned customers.
- Lead or participate in
preliminary assessments, assessments, follow-up visits, surveillances
and certificate renewals to contract and budget requirements.
- Comply with LRQA procedures,
accreditation schemes, legislation and
- Produce verbal and written
assessment reports on time and to the agreed format.
- Discuss and justify the
findings of the report and agree the outcome with clients.
- Undertake necessary
documentation, data, administration and
communication activities needed to successfully fulfill
- Pursue CPD and maintain a
high degree of discipline knowledge and awareness.
- Coach other employees.
- Identify new and additional
business opportunities, advise clients on LR
and LRQA services and action any resulting leads.
- Lead or participate in
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