National Diploma in Food Technology
B Tech Quality Credentials
Certificate in Quality Management
Minimum of 3 - 5 Years working as a senior quality specialist or quality engineer within a quality management environment
Food Safety Standards Knowledge
Knowledge of Microbiology
Knowledge and exposure to NRCS inspection Procedures
Knowledge of governing industry legislation
Knowledge of HACCP
Experience in a cold storage environment
Computer literate (MS Office, Email)
Basic HR Knowledge (staff discipline, etc.)
Certificate in Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment
Certificate in Root Cause Analysis
Experience in the Fishing Industry will be advantageous
Valid Driver’s License & own transport
To conduct product compliance tests of export and certification of white fish.
To drive quality awareness strategy in the plant by leading the HACCP team and coordinating cross-functional engagement on quality issues and solutions.
To set customers service standards ensuring that the product or service provided is fit for purpose and meets all customer and legislative requirements
To drive implementation of the quality management system by evaluating the adequacy of standards, conducting regular audits, monitoring compliance and providing expert advice as required.
To conduct internal training on revised quality and food safety principles; further updating stakeholders on tools and
techniques to enable achievement of quality standards.
To conduct a mock recall of product defects in preparation of actual recall.
To conduct annual management reviews and set up documentation procedures.
To ensure that all employees handling fish products are subject to food safety handling and medical surveillance assessments.
Output & Accountabilities:
To manage and conduct Health and Safety requirements and ensuring employees deliver the required outcomes consistently.
Developing, implementing, and improving the health and safety plans, programmes and procedures in the workplace.
Ensuring compliance with relevant health and safety legislation.
Identifying OHS-related training needs in the workplace.
Conducting safety inspections and risk assessments.
Investigating workplace accidents.
Reporting on OHS-related activities.
Supervising junior health and safety employees.