Process Improvement Coordinator (Quality/Technical)

West Yorkshire
Circa £25,000 + Benefits
14 Nov 2016
12 Dec 2016
Tony Williams
Contract Type
Full Time
Process Improvement Coordinator (Quality/Technical)
FMCG Manufacturing (Food & Drink)
Circa £25,000 + Benefits
Pontefract, Wakefield, Leeds, Huddersfield, Bradford, Halifax, York, Harrogate, Doncaster, Barnsley, Scunthorpe, Sheffield, West Yorkshire, South Yorkshire.

A large FMCG manufacturer is currently seeking a Process Improvement Coordinator to provide support to the production and quality teams. The main purpose of this role will be to ensure that the site maintains the highest possible standards of quality in all aspects of manufacturing with a hand on approach to process and quality improvements.

Key Accountabilities for the Process Improvement Coordinator:

- Spend time on the shop floor monitoring, reviewing, encouraging operators to ensure that all aspects of product and process quality are being controlled to the required standards.
- Review all operations from good in to dispatch, including, production, hygiene, goods out, warehouse and engineering.
- Review quality systems on shop floor for non compliance and lead projects to ensure compliance is maintained.
- Carry out routine audits to an agreed schedule utilising the company quality plan.
- Support product & packaging trials.
- Monitor all first production runs of any “change” ensuring that products are produced to the right standard, to instigate & manage post production run review.
- Educate and train all operators in the key quality tasks and identify future improvements.
- Lead quality improvement projects ensuring they are fully completed and successfully rolled out on site.
- Participate actively in daily review when required.
- Investigate complaint trends and reporting and implement preventive action to reduce issues.
- Lead quality change agenda and participate actively in operations projects on a regular basis working closely with CI manager & team, ensure quality is factored into all sites modification / changes, in a timely manner to deliver required results
- Liaise with customers, suppliers and 3rd parties on all visits to represent the quality function as required.
- Actively participate on all site audits and lead key areas of responsibility to ensure compliance to standards before, during and after the audit.

To be considered for this role you must have worked in a food or drink manufacturing environment in a role that would have included working with quality systems and processes. You must have had exposure to auditing and working with external customers.

Applications via CV submission only.

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