Founded in 1981, our client is a top manufacturer of confectionery products. They have an opening for Quality Assurance Manager for their state of the art manufacturing facility in the Midwest.
Our client is a family-owned global food company defined by innovation and an unparalleled commitment to treating its customers, associates, and communities the same way… like family. They have a new opportunity for a Quality Assurance Manager in their Southern Texas facility. The plant has 300 employees, and produces appetizers and frozen seafood items.
Our client is a family-owned global food company defined by innovation and an unparalleled commitment to treating its customers, associates, and communities the same way… like family. They have a new opportunity for a Co-Mfg/Supplier FS/QA Manager at their HQ in the Northeast.
Our client is a manufacturer of high-quality baked goods for the foodservice and in-store bakery market. They are a Company that values team loyalty, honor, excellence, enthusiasm, and most importantly, seeking improvement every day. They challenge their team members to develop their talents, excel, and constantly contribute to the Company. They are a company that thrives on diversity, and they want people who share their values and bring passion to their job. They have a new opportunity for a Sr. Director/VP of Quality Assurance at their corporate HQ located in the Southwest.
Our client is one of the country’s largest and most well-known producers, distributors and marketers of premium quality, branded food and pet products for the U.S. retail market. The Company also produces and distributes private label food and pet products.
They currently have a new opportunity for a Quality Assurance Manager at their plant located in the Midwest. This position is responsible for the supervision and development of salaried direct reports and all Quality Assurance laboratory and Food Safety personnel.
Alton Brown thinks about food differently than you do. You don’t get obsessive with hummus. He does. You don’t research the long, weird history of nutmeg or put sumac in everything. He does.