8 Hour Shifts
Changing jobs is stressful.
How do you pick the right one?
Ultimately, when it comes to QA work, you need to find a business that respects food safety and quality and isn’t just about the numbers.
As a QA here, you will get full support from senior management to apply the necessary quality standards across the site.
You’ll get to work in a brand new factory under a recognised name and with the size of the technical team, there will be plenty of opportunity to work your way up in the future. I can speak from experience with the site and people being fantastic after spending the morning there last week. I was close to handing in my recruitment notice and getting some QA training!!
Your new employer is big on internal promotion too, so even if you want to try your hand in another department, there will be the chance to do so.
You’ll be given full training and put through relative courses that will really add to your experience and CV, all with the goal of making you the best QA you can be.
If your CV is ready to go then hit apply, alternatively, if you are just looking to discuss through new quality and technical roles get in touch to find out more.