Quality Technician

Burleson, United States of America

Pay: $19.71-$24.00 per hour + overtime

Benefits: Medical, dental, vision, life insurance, disability insurance, 401(k), 6 sick/personal days per year, 9 company paid holidays, 10 days PTO, LOTS of room for advancement/growth.

Work week: 6pm-6am + rotating weekends. Must be open to working overtime.

Required Experience: 1+ years’ experience in a manufacturing environment is preferred

About the company: One of the largest diversified suppliers to the foodservice industry, servicing approximately 125,000+ restaurants in more than 40 countries from its 50+ locations on five continents. 

JOB SUMMARY:  Performs a variety of technical food product tests, process checks, and audits to ensure compliance with company, process, and product quality, safety, food security and sanitation standards.


  • Conducts, analyzes, and compiles the results of samples, tests, and audits on raw, in-process, and finished products and processes to ensure compliance with product consistency, safety, and quality standards. 
  • Routinely interacts with plant personnel to provide QA and safety-related information and to keep customers apprised of quality and safety concerns, techniques, and regulations. 
  • Maintains records and logs of tests, audits, and other quality procedures to ensure availability of accurate and thorough information. 
  • Trains new employees on specific techniques and practices. 
  • Calibrate and maintain testing equipment to ensure accuracy and reliability of QA procedures. 
  • Follows laboratory safety policies, company policies, procedures, and standards for safety, GMP’s and HACCP.
  • Participates in the sensory evaluation of raw materials and finished products as required.
  • Adheres to food safety, quality and legal compliance.  In the event of a crisis (i.e. product recall, fire, etc.) delegate responsibilities as outlined in the Crisis Communications and Management Guide.
  • Performs other related and assigned duties as necessary.


Bachelor’s degree in food science, chemistry, microbiology, or related field of science from an accredited college or university preferred.


1 to 3 years of relevant work experience, with an understanding of food safety and regulations

Quality Technician

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