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Quality Receiving Tech I

Date: Sep 23, 2022

Location: Aurora, IL, US, 60504

Company: Glanbia

Job Summary

The Quality Receiving warehouse I and II Technician is responsible for sampling and inspection process of all raw and packaging materials and Distribution Center and Warehouses control of Quality

 

Essential Functions

Duties and Responsibilities

Description

 

• Fully understand the receiving process flow for raw and packaging materials.

 

• Fully understand the Distribution Centers and Warehouses process in regards to Finished Goods inspections, SAP transactions and releases.

 

• Enter results into a computerized system, track and report results (GP/SAP/MS Office programs).

 

• Understand microbiological concepts, procedures, and knowledge of aseptic technique for Environmental Program ECA’s coordination.

 

• Perform and Sign-off on raw material and packaging samples and inspections.

 

• Perform and Sign-off on Finished Good Inspections and Releases and report to Quality Management for dispositions.

 

• Prepare and/or collect samples for laboratory testing for Raw Material receipts and FG investigations.

 

• Flexibility to perform other duties as assigned by Quality Management.

 

 

 

Decision Making/Problem Solving

  • Thoroughly compare COA and product spec details to accurately receive product.
  • Help in resolving sample test concerns.
  • Analyze and correct paperwork inaccuracies.

 

Education

Education Requirements

Min/Preferred

Education Level

Description

Minimum

High School or GED

  • High school diploma.

 

 

 

 

Years Of Experience

Minimum Years of Experience

Maximum Years of Experience

Comments

1

 

Some experience in receiving process

 

 

Other Experience

  • Ability to stand/walk for extended periods of time.
  • Knowledge of SAP/ADP

 

 

 

 

Physical Demands
The work is classified as Light - Medium Physical Demand Level (PDL) by the US Dept. of Labor’s Dictionary of Occupational Titles. Frequencies: Occasional (1-33%); Frequent (34-66%); Constant (67-100%)

Postural Demands

Demand

Frequency

Sitting

Occasional

Standing

Frequent

Walking

Frequent

Bending/Stooping

Frequent

 

 

Lifting Demands

Demand

Frequency

Designation

Lift up to waist

On Occasion

Up to 50 pounds

Lift on up to shoulder

 

 

Lift on up to overhead

 

 

Carry on up to 25 feet

On Occasion

Up to 20 pounds

Carry up stairs

 

 

 

 


Nearest Major Market: Aurora
Nearest Secondary Market: Chicago