Food Safety Manager - 36k - (Craigavon)

Job Description

VANRATH are delighted to be assisting a prestigious Food based FMCG Manufacturing Company in NI and Ireland with the recruitment of a Food Manager. This is a prestigious organisation and the successful individual will reap the rewards of a company that is thriving and places immense value on their staff.

Monday - Friday - Role is based in Craigavon

This is a Permanent position.


£32,000 - £36,000 + Fantastic Benefits Package

Job Purpose

Manage the technical and quality processes and procedures within the production environment to ensure the compliance of customer and legal requirements, company objectives and key performance indicators

The Ideal Person:

  • Experience in similar FMCG food industry, including auditing experience.
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, negotiation, and organisational skills.
  • Team leadership qualities and personal development skills.
  • Initiative, self-motivated, well organised and assertive.

For further information on this vacancy please apply via the link below or contact Jack Groves for a confidential discussion via Vanrath.

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