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Posted July 19, 2022

Quality Assurance Technician

 

Full Job Description

Job Title: Quality Assurance Technician

Starting Salary: $55,000/annually

Benefits: start immediately upon hire

3% RSP Match at 6 months, Weekly pay - get paid every Friday!

On the job training

What you will get to do:

  • Assist Manager, Veterinary & Breeder Services in the implementation and delivery of the Quality Assurance (QA) program.
  • Work closely with Hatchery Manager, Supervisors, Manager, Veterinary & Breeder Services, and Senior Manager Incubation & Process Improvement in supporting the QA program and control of the Hatchery measurements and variances.
  • Perform measurements and procedures including the egg residue breakouts, various temperature readings, and visual quality checks. Support analysis & troubleshooting of Hatchery measurements and variances.
  • Be able to understand and explain all Hatchery production steps and the purpose of each QA measurement or check.
  • Be able to work independently with minimal supervision and maintain careful, accurate and methodical technique with strict attention to procedure.
  • Maintain paper and computerized records associated with QA program.
  • Willing to pursue continuing education opportunities to advance knowledge of Hatchery and QA Processes
  • Policies, Processes & Procedures
  • Adhere/comply with company policies and procedures.
  • ​​Follow all relevant departmental policies, processes, standard operating procedures and instructions so that work is carried out in a controlled and consistent manner.​

Your education & experience matters to us:

  • Post Secondary Diploma in a related field preferred.
  • Valid Ontario Driver's License, class G.
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