Quality Assurance & Food Safety Lenoir, North Carolina


Position at JBS USA

2ND Shift QA Supervisor (Resume Required)

Principle Responsibilities:
  • Coordinate and supervise pre-operation examination, when applicable. Examine and verify cleanliness and sanitation of equipment and facilities
  • Complete paperwork daily, including payroll, mail, inspections, etc.
  • Resolve problems and issues with product and employees as they arise
  • Communicate frequently with USDA inspectors regarding product, employees, safety, etc.
  • Establish and maintain shelf-life requirements, finished product specifications, leaker testing, formulation weights, temperatures, and other necessary standards
  • Direct, motivate, and monitor QA employees. Conduct interviews and new hire employees; evaluate performance of current employees
  • Coordinate and participates in product displays for tours and other events
  • Ensure compliance to HACCP plan for all products
  • Monitor and ensure proper procedures, safety, and cleanliness of production employees
  • Test new equipment for quality aspects
  • Perform various other duties as needed
  • Conduct sampling of finished product and raw material for bacteria
  • Ensure completion of all duties of QA
 Working Conditions: Work 40+ hours per week in production area.  Exposed to all hazards present, including slippery floors, machinery, noise extreme temperatures variations, etc.        
 Education: Minimum Bachelor’s degree; science related field preferred, or equivalent combination of education and experience        
Experience: Extensive knowledge and technical skill in a variety of QA and production jobs, and in supervisory positions       
Special Skills:       
  • Knowledge of multiple languages helpful. Computer and organizational skills
  • Ability to make quick, informed decisions. Knowledge of anatomy and microbiology
  • Supervisory and interpersonal skills; ability to handle conflict
Internal: Frequent communication with all levels of employees and management concerning all issues relating to quality of product       
External: Regular communication with USDA inspectors.  Occasional communication with customers, suppliers, laboratories 

Training Requirements:       
  • Safety and Health Orientation