QA Technician

August 27 2020
Categories Information Technology, QA, Tester, Debug
London, ON

McCormick Canada continues its long track record of growth and is a respected leader in the spice, seasoning, flavouring and specialty food industry. Our consumer products division serves retail grocery customers and emerging channels with Club House, Billy Bee and McCormick products, while our Custom Flavour Solutions division serves food service distributors and other respected food manufacturers across Canada. McCormick Canada is part of the world leader in spice and seasonings, McCormick & Company Inc.

The Power of People is one of our five pillars. It has been the foundation for McCormick's success for decades. There is something inspiring about working at McCormick. We have created an unusually dedicated workforce by fostering a culture of respect, recognition, inclusion and collaboration based on the highest ethical values. Without our employees, our success is not possible. Our commitment to our customers, our consumers and our employees is unsurpassed.

  • Conducts accurate and timely testing of raw materials, in-process products and finished products using in-house and/or AOAC approved methods
  • On a daily basis identifies areas of concern (salt, acid, colour, micro, improper mixing, etc.) and champions the process of conducting root cause analysis such that subsequent production is not compromised
  • Communicates effectively with internal customers, other McCormick divisions, vendors and external customers when required
  • Participates in sanitation audits and conducts allergen and sanitation validations when required
  • Develops, maintains and executes best practices associated with conducting analytical tests on time, completing all tests, properly interpreting results, and releasing items in a timely manner
  • Adhere to all safety procedures and guidelines
  • Follows all GLP and GMP requirements

Supports the execution of quality systems programs and management of the SQF programs for Food Safety and Quality

Education:

University degree or equivalent experience in Chemistry or related discipline

Experience:

2 to 5 years’ experience in food industry

Intermediate knowledge of PC software including Microsoft Office is essential

SAP knowledge an asset

Familiar with Quality Control systems, GLP, HACCP and GMP’s

Good communication and interpersonal skills

Ability to handle heavy workloads with minimum supervision

Ability to work overtime as required and flexibility to work other shifts as required

Interested hourly employees should fill in a Job Vacancy Application and forward to H.R.

Salaried employees should apply via the Careers Module within My Success.

Throughout the selection process, accommodations for applicants with disabilities are available upon request. Please notify H.R. if required.

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