Reporting directly to the Quality Assurance Supervisor, the QA Technician acts as a liaison between departments such as manufacturing, engineering, etc. The individual must have a quality conscious attitude with emphasis towards a teamwork approach to a accomplish project goals and implement solutions to problems. The individual will work independently, be able to multitask, detail oriented, and have good decision making skills based on the quality process from the beginning of manufacturing to the end.
Note: This position description indicates the critical features of the role as they are presently envisioned. They are subject to change at any time due to business conditions or other reasons. The incumbent may be asked to perform other duties as required.
200 - 500
$10M - $50M
King's Hawaiian is a family-owned company best known for its line of Original Recipe Hawaiian Sweet Bread. We are a fast growing business which originated in Hilo, Hawaii in 1950. Today, our headquarters located in Gardena, CA, with manufacturing facilities in Torrance, CA. and in Oakwood, Georgia. King's Hawaiian also has two restaurant operations in Torrance, CA (http://www.kingshawaiianrestaurants.com/). Kings Hawaiian is strongly committed to a clear mission statement, vision and set of behavioral values. Mission: We deliver irresistible Hawaiian food and aloha, that families love everywhe...re, everyday. Vision: The Kings Hawaiian Brand is the global leader in the fast growing Hawaiian food category. Our people are recognized as the most skilled, empowered and highly motivated in the industry. Core values: We prioritize excellence in how we interact with each other and how we approach all aspects of our operations. Dignity: We care and are accountable for doing the right thing. Tell it like it is, in a way that can be heard: We trust and value transparency.
The job skills required for QA Tech I (3rd Shift 11pm - 7:30am) include Quality Assurance, Food Safety, SOP, HACCP, Written Communication, Teamwork, etc. Having related job skills and expertise will give you an advantage when applying to be a QA Tech I (3rd Shift 11pm - 7:30am). That makes you unique and can impact how much salary you can get paid. Below are job openings related to skills required by QA Tech I (3rd Shift 11pm - 7:30am). Select any job title you are interested in and start to search job requirements.
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