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Quality Controller

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  • Salary:

    Up to £23,000 per annum

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    0151 809 0013

  • Published:

    21 days ago

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​Recruit Right are recruiting on behalf of their client for an experienced and committed Quality Controller.

Hours of work:

  • 5 days out of 7

  • Day shift

As a quality controller you will be responsible for inspecting fresh produce on arrival for the suitability of the wholesale/supermarket trades.

You will:

  • Identify, liaise, and discuss problematic loads with the QC Manager, Sales team, and Warehouse Manager

  • Inspect fresh produce for despatch to assess that this matches customer and marketing standards

  • Support the Quality Control / Technical Team in all QC activities including ensuring that all standards and processes are met from Goods In, Packing and Despatch

  • Ensure that all Quality Control Procedures, Standards and Systems are always adhered to

  • Ensure and maintain accurate records and documentation of fresh produce

  • Accurately note and record daily the temperatures within the Cold Store Warehouse and Pack House and to bring any discrepancies to the attention of the relevant Manager

  • Ensure good housekeeping and standards are maintained

  • Accurately and efficiently account for all stock

  • Ensure any quality concerns are managed effectively and communicated to the Technical Manager and relevant Procurement teams where necessary. Including photographing and writing reports on any produce that gives concern

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Experience working with Fresh Produce (essential)

  • Minimum 3 years Quality Control experience (essential)

  • Experience working within a fast - paced environment

  • Warehouse knowledge

  • High levels of communication skills – both written and verbal

  • BRC Awareness / Knowledge

  • Excellent attention to detail

  • A full driving license

FLT/PPT Licence is desirable, but not essential