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May 242017
 


Job Vacancy: Quality Assurance Officer

Responsibilities

  • Acting as the organizations food-safety team leader and overseeing the laboratory activities to ensure quality at all times
  • Analyzing and interpreting the laboratory results and advising the relevant department
  • Undertaking frequent inspections of the factory and its surroundings and identifying safety hazards and informing the relevant authorities of the same
  • Conducting quality audits at the  in the market and reporting on the same along with recommendations on improvements
  • Training employees on food safety and proper manufacturing practices
  • Reporting on quality, stock utilization and cost of quality to the head office
  • Handling customer complaints pertaining to quality matters
  • Participating in the analysis of returned products
  • Any other duties as assigned by immediate supervisor

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree or Diploma in Food Science & Technology or related field
  • Proficient with office computer applications
  • Prior experience supervising a unit / others doing similar work
  • Excellent analytical skills
  • Well-developed report writing skills
  • Time management skills and attention to detail
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills
  • Demonstrated supervisory skills

How to Apply

Send your Cover Letter and detailed CV to kenyajobs2016@gmail.com latest by 15th June 2017

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