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Quality Controller - Soham


2019-07-26 11:20:32

Job location Ely, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom

Job type: fulltime

Job industry: Other

Job description

11 million boxes of citrus fruit, sounds a lot doesn't it? It equates to roughly 140 million individual bags. That's certainly enough to make your eyes water! That is the amount that my client provides a leading supermarket with, EACH YEAR!

As you can imagine, it's no small operation. It requires a huge amount of talented, hard-working members of staff all across the globe. From growers in Spain, Peru & South Africa all the way to their processing staff in the UK, every one pulls together to make sure the operation runs smoothly.

So where do you fit into this citrus-ey picture?

We are currently searched for talented individuals who have extremely high attention to detail to help sort the good from the bad, and the ugly! You'll be performing various tests on the produce to make sure it is in tip-top condition while also keeping an eye out for any recurring issues. To keep the produce fresh and delicious, the storage facility is kept chilled - big warm coats are provided but it can be a little chilly!

"When life gives you lemons"...make sure they're ripe!!

There are a few skills you will need - this is the first test of your attention to detail!

Experience working with fresh produce would be useful!
A willingness to learn and develop
A keen eye for detail
Due to location, a full driving licence & access to a vehicle will be required
A background in Quality Control would also be very beneficial.

In return, you can expect:

A chance to work for one of the UK's largest fresh produce suppliers.
A competitive salary starting around £18k per annum & an annual bonus!
Opportunity to learn & develop your skills in an exciting and fast-paced environment.
Working 41 hours per week on a permanent contract with a highly competitive salary.
Shift pattern - Four days on, three days off. Three days of 7AM - 7PM, final day of 7AM - 4PM. Either Sunday-Wednesday, or Wednesday - Saturday

If this sounds like your cup of (green) tea, simply click apply to submit your CV and one of our specialist consultants will be in touch

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