Quality Control Technician - Ste. Agathe, Manitoba (Manitoba Harvest)
Tilray Inc. (NASDAQ:TLRY) is a global pioneer in the research, cultivation, production and distribution of cannabis currently serving patients and consumers in thirteen countries spanning five continents. Tilray operates state-of-the-art cannabis facilities in Canada and Portugal and teams in the U.S., Australia & New Zealand, Europe and Latin America. Tilray is pioneering the future of the industry globally by forging industry-disruptive partnerships and building a robust house of brands.
Manitoba Harvest, the world’s largest hemp foods company, offers a portfolio of hemp foods and CBD wellness products to consumers across North America. Our mission is to inspire a better way, a better life & a better world – and it’s up to us to sow these seeds of change. Our mission is to transform consumer health through the power of hemp foods.
If you have what it takes, you’ll be joining a worldwide network of innovative, passionate individuals on a revolutionary mission to pioneer the future of cannabis globally and establish Tilray as the world’s most trusted and valuable cannabis brand.
The Quality Control Lab Technician performs testing to ensure ingredients, packaging materials, work in process, and finished products meet company, government, supplier, customer and third party requirements for quality and food safety.
Performs biological, chemical, physical, and organoleptic laboratory testing as per product or environmental specifications
Translates internal and external laboratory results into a central lab database
Communicates laboratory testing results to appropriate team members and creates Certificates of Analysis
Perform analytical work for Research and Development projects as requested
Maintain and organize the laboratory, laboratory inventory and supplies, lab records, and retention samples
Participates with internal inspections, internal audits, root cause analysis, documented corrective and preventative actions and risk assessments
Provides guidance to Production, Quality, Product Development, and Supply Chain regarding food safety programs and requirements (GLPs, BRC, HACCP, GMP, certifications, etc.)
All team members are responsible to report on food safety and/or quality problems to personnel with the authority to initiate corrective actions
Other duties as assigned by the organization
University Degree or Diploma in Food Science, Chemistry or related field
Quality Assurance experience in a food manufacturing facility is preferred
Knowledge of SOPs, GLPs, HACCP and GMPs applicable to quality, compliance, and production.
Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
Tilray/Manitoba Harvest welcomes applications from all qualified individuals and is committed to employment equity and diversity in the workplace.
Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities throughout the recruitment process. If you require accommodations for interviews or other meetings, please advise when submitting your application.
Please note that Tilray/Manitoba Harvest does not authorize, engage, or sponsor any consultants, agencies or organizations that seek certain personal or financial information from you (e.g. passwords, login ids, credit card information). Tilray/Manitoba Harvest does not charge any application, processing or onboarding fee at any stage of the recruitment or hiring process.
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