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The Quality Analyst supports the North Coast regional bottling quality assurance and other food safety-related activities by tracking and reporting quality assurance related data. Under general supervision, contributes to the development and application of approved methods and works cross-functionally to identify bottling quality and food safety issues and provides input to department leaders on how to mitigate
future quality issues. What You Will Do:
What You Will Need:
- Responsible for the HACCP process control system; collects data, tracks metrics consisting of HACCP log completion, defects, test results, torque, fill volume performance, and rinser validation
performance. Reviews, reports and trends quality data for complete, accurate and thorough results from the bottling line. Reports findings to Operations and Quality teams.
- Assists with response tracking, defect tracking system, product quality control, materials control (packaging and ingredient traceability) and inventory disposition monitoring.
- Responsible for harvest-related metrics, objectives and reporting.
- Acts as point of contact with the pest control operator; Initiate any corrective actions such as work order requests and following up on open pest control items; maintains and records all service reports and may request additional services if needed.
- Provides support for the company calibration and preventative maintenance program.
- Oversees and performs routine TCA and mold sampling.
- Evaluates data; perform calculations to determine basic statistical parameters.
- Performs routine data analysis in trends, recognizes unexpected deviations, performs minor trouble shooting, and communicates findings to cross-functional partners. Provides recommendations for product deviations and results that are out of specification.
What Will Set You Apart:
- Bachelor's degree with a combined 12 college coursework units of chemistry, biology, and/or microbiology plus 1 year of laboratory, production, or quality assurance experience; OR Associate's
degree in Chemistry, Food Science, Microbiology, Fermentation Science, Enology/Viticulture, Biology, or Chemical or Biological Engineering plus 3 years of laboratory, production, or quality assurance experience.
- Required to travel to various winery locations throughout California.
- Required to work rotating shifts, overtime, and weekends as needed.
- Bachelor's degree in Chemistry, Food Science, Microbiology, Fermentation Science, Viticulture/Enology, Biology, Chemical Engineering, or Biological Engineering plus 2 years of quality
control, laboratory, or production experience in a food manufacturing environment reflecting increasing levels of responsibility.
- American Society for Quality (ASQ) Certified Quality of Engineer Certification.
- Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) certification accredited by the International HACCP Alliance.
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Requisition ID: 69205
OPE001Equal Opportunity Employer Gallo will consider all qualified applicants for employment, including those with criminal histories, consistent with the requirements of applicable law.