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We are looking for a motivated individual to join our team as aQA Batch Auditor. We offer great pay, health and welfare benefits, retirement benefits and the opportunity to impact the lives of millions.
Nestle Health Science is seeking someone for a QA Batch Auditor role at our Eau Claire, WI facility. The QA Batch Auditor position is responsible for ensuring final compliance to food safety and quality standards prior to batch disposition. The primary requirement of this position includes the review of batch records, the administration of the Net Contents system, Good Documentation and Non-Conforming Reports system. Coaching to effective implementation of quality standards. Participating in risk analysis for production issues, investigations, HACCP, and providing audit support when needed. The position supports quality activities related to the production and product release for a business unit produced in accordance with government regulations and Nestle standards in the cost-effective manner.
Shift: 12 hour days 6am -6pm (alternating work days – Mon/Tues/Fri/Sat week 1 & Sun/Wed/Thur week 2)
Quality control activities – Execute positive release for Business unit product. Conducting preliminary (including 24 hour review of CCPs and OPRPs) and final audits of batch records, facilitating paperwork corrections and completions, maintaining communication to supply chain, and preparing batch files for final disposition. Perform final positive release of all non-exceptional finished product batches.
Quality guardianship – Notify appropriate production personnel/management of deviations, non-conformances and blocked product.
People and know-how – Support the teams in the achievement of their objectives. Contribute to the development of competence of operators including but not limited to plant systems of Net Contents and Good Documentation. Promote quality awareness and commitment to quality across the unit through effective coaching of the QMS and quality standards.
Quality System – Support and update of quality procedures, instructions and tools for the Business unit. Contribute to and follow-up on quality KPIs. Support operational objectives in collaboration with the Factory Quality Manager. Support the revision of forms/SOPs as necessary.
Quality Mastership – Support Nestle Continuous Excellence program in the quest for zero defect. Support activities to achieve compliance with Nestle Quality Management System requirements and other applicable instructions and standards. Identifying non-conformance issues and participating in risk analysis of production issue, investigations, non-conformances and HACCP to recommend proper disposition of associated product.
Quality auditing and verification – Support Business Unit readiness for internal and external audits. Support Management of Change (MOC) implementation as needed.
Providing support to other quality systems within the plant as assigned.
Safety and Environmental
Follow factory safety and environmental objectives and targets
Follow the plant safety rules; report incidents and unsafe conditions immediately
Maintain compliance with regulations, and refer to the Safety and Environmental Management System(s) on all related procedures and programs.
Understand the environmental aspects of the position and take action to reduce these environmental impacts by conserving paper, electricity, water, etc. Will also recycle all appropriate materials (paper, plastic, food, etc.)
Follow Nestle Good Manufacturing Practices; report food safety and quality issues immediately
Maintain compliance with regulations, and refer to Nestle Quality Management System on all related procedures and programs
Understand the food safety and quality aspects of the position as indicated on QMS, OJTs and SOPs that apply
Throughout all of these responsibilities, maintains a focus on continuous improvement
REQUIREMENTS AND MINIMUM EDUCATION LEVEL:
Academic Experience:University graduate (preferred microbiology, chemistry or food science) or equivalent work experience
Operational Experience: Exposure to different jobs within the Business Unit (production, maintenance) or within Quality (Quality specialist).
Leadership and people development skills
Local language and English language written and spoken
Able to set priorities and delegate activities
The Nestlé Companies are an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer seeking diversity in qualified applicants for employment. All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.
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