Full-Time Saraf Foods job openings for Manager Operations at Vadodara
Saraf Foods, a FSSC 22000 company & a Global leader in Freeze Dried Fruits and Vegetables is setting up a new unit having Freeze-Drying, Air Drying and IQF. We have mid level openings for our new unit. The project work is in full swing and production is expected to begin from July. We require disciplined, well organized, task-oriented candidates for the posts mentioned below:
Saraf Foods job vacancies for Manager Operations at Vadodara
Post Name:Manager Q.A.: To develop and implement Q.A. system for new unit. Candidate would be responsible for certification and audits.
Post Name:Manager Operations (AD): To manage all operations of Air Drying independently.
Post Name:Manager Operations (IQF): To manage all operations of IQF independently.
Post Name:Manager Pre- Processing: To manage all pre- processing operations from receipt of raw material for IQF and AD independently.
Qualification:Graduate/Post Graduate in Food Science / Food Engineering/Food Tech.
For Manager Q.A., preference will be given to candidate having completed certified lead auditor course.
Experience: Minimum experience of 4-6 years with at least 1-year experience in relevant profile.
Interested candidates may send their latest CV at firstname.lastname@example.org
Vadodara, Gujarat – 391760
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