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Quality Assurance Assistant | Non-Food Hardlines

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Quality Assurance Assistant | Non-Food Hardlines

  • Location:

    Warwickshire, England

  • Sector:


  • Salary:

    £31000 - £36000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Charlie Webb

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  • Published:

    8 months ago

Quality Assurance Assistant | Non-Food Hardlines | £31,000 - £36,000

One of the UK's leading retailers is looking to take on a Quality Assurance Assistant to play a key role in supporting both the Buying and Quality / Technical teams. With exciting times ahead, this job as Quality Assurance Assistant in the Hardlines department is perfect for those looking to take on a challenging yet deeply rewarding job within a professional, corporate and dynamic environment.

The Job:

As Quality Assurance Assistant, it would be your job to actively manage areas such as toys, electrical, electronic, home and dec, kitchen & dinning product lines with regards to product safety, legal compliance and ensuring that agreed quality standards are met.
You will also have the opportunity to push forward continuous improvements and implement best practise.
You will be involved with project work and be fully responsible for seeing them through from beginning to end.
Other duties include; assisting in the development and maintenance of QA systems, procedures and documentation.
Driving the efficiency of QA processes and implement solutions across the business.

The Candidate:

In order to be suitable for the role, you will have experience in non-food categories in either a technical or quality role or you could have worked in a lab based role.
Experience of working in quality for a retailer is essential.
Knowledge of legislation around product safety etc.
Experience of benchmarking
You will have sound knowledge of HACCP, risk assessment and project management.
You will be a creative thinker and have a natural flare for problem solving.
You will be resilient, tenacious and take pride in your work and have good attention to detail.
A relevent degree at 2:1 or higher is preferable.

A fantastic starting salary of £31,000 - £36,000 is on offer, as well as excellent benefits and career progression.