Quality and Technical Support Manager

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Quality and Technical Support Manager
£40,000 - £45,000

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Have you got that Quality flair but know your stuff when it comes to technical, health and safety?
How about a position that is hands on, busy busy busy, offers exciting challenges and no signs of slowing down?

Well....a great position has come available with a front runner in their industry, they have a range of products and high standards across the site.

As the Quality and Technical Support Manager you will be responsible for the quality team ensuring high standards are met, complying with procedures and policies, management of non-conformance issues, shelf life management, training and development of your team for them to excel in their roles.
Further responsibilities will include management of internal audits and corrective actions, trending reports, updates on industry and compliance changes, pest control and health and safety, HACCP and Food Safety.

For this position you must have recent UK Food Manufacturing experience, management experience, excellent written and verbal communication skills, knowledge of BRC, HACCP, GMP and very good eye for detail.
The role will suit a flexible, natural leader with a strong background of the fast paced environment of the food industry.

If you feel this role is what you are looking for and compliments your skill set please contact Natasha on 0 1 7 8 0 4 8 3 9 9 9 or email
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  • Negotiable
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  • CV-287784
  • Permanent
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