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Quality Assurance Manager

Company Sizzle points:
A well-established, family owned company that has been in existence for over 100 years
Well diversified operations that manufacture over eight different lines of products
Operates three different manufacturing centers in the midwest
The company has won numerous honors for quality in the products that they produce from an outside party.
The company was recognized recently with The NGV Achievement Award which honors organizations and individuals for outstanding contributions to the promotion of natural gas as a cost-effective and environmentally-friendly vehicular fuel.
Employs over 400 employees locally.
Features and benefits this company offers:
Offers health care coverage that starts on the first day of the month following 30 days of employment.
If you choose to waive the insurance, the company will pay you for waiving insurance
Offers a FSA and HAS accounts.
Information about the community:
Located in St. Louis County and minutes from Six Flags Amusement park
Approximately 30 minutes southwest from St. Louis MO, "Gateway to the west"
Less than a 10 minute drive to the Purina Farms petting zoo
Historic Route 66 runs through the heart of community
The Meramec River runs along the south-side of town and is the longest free-flowing waterway in Missouri
Total population of about 6,600 people.
This communities schools have a "great" rating by the state of Missouri

Job Overview: Quality Assurance is responsible for the integrity of the companies products in their UHT/HTST production facility. Quality Assurance is to lead the facility to insure consistent product quality and public food safety.

Background Profile:
Bachelor degree in Food Science, Ag Science, Mathematics or Engineering
Three plus years in production supervision in preferably a Food processing facility. (May consider a manufacturing facility.)
SQF certified level 3
Must have "problem solving" experience.
Strong communication and computer skills
Experience in dealing with auditors

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