3 months ago
Location:Edinburgh : 6 Redheughs Rigg (LR_L000347)
Position Type:Employee Regular
Are you looking for an independent technical job with a lot of freedom? Are you curious by nature and do you want to continue your career in the fascinating food industry? Do you like visiting a great variety of customers all around inside your country and/or abroad? Do you want to be part of an international renowned organization and enjoy developing yourself? And do you want to contribute to a safer world by sharing your knowledge with organizations? Then Lloyd´s Register is the right choice for you.
As a Lead Assessor at Lloyd´s Register you will, working individually or as part of a team, verify management systems in the food industry. Qualifications and/or experiences in Aquaculture and Seafood Safety systems are a must. You will act as an expert and examine, as well as assess, the implementation of a management system for our clients' all around the country and/or abroad. Your goal is to contribute to the improvement of a client’s overall aquaculture and food management system, provide an excellent service to the client and be knowledgeable about the requirements of the accreditation.
The broadening and deepening of the collaboration with our clients is also a great aspect of your job. Based on your expertise you will contribute to the development of our services.
This is a challenging and diverse job where you will get to meet a lot of different people, varying clients, and meet interesting challenges in all aspects.
* A degree in a relevant scientific field, examples of relevant degrees include: Food Science, Microbiology, Veterinary Medicine, Aquaculture, Biology, or Chemistry.
* Qualifications as Lead Assessor in ISO9000 or ISO14000.
* Qualification in Lead Assessor training course based on ISO 19011 (minimum duration of 37 hours).
* Training in HACCP principles, either as part of formal qualifications or through the successful completion of a formal course based on the principles of the Codex Alimentarius.
* A minimum of 5 years of direct experience with seafood processing plants. Experience may take the form of at least 4 years of direct plant experience and at least 2 years of continuous auditing experience.
* A minimum of 3 years of experience for farms and hatcheries. Experience in several systems and species are preferred.
* Qualification for auditing in GGAP, ASC, BAP and MSC CoC is a big benefit.
* 25 days of onsite audit experience in conducting audits, either for social or environmental compliance will be an advantage.
* Additional qualification and experience in BRC Packaging and BRC Food and IFS will be considered.
* Analytical approach with proactive attitude and assertiveness
* Very good communication skills
* Good command of English and local language both spoken and written.
What does Lloyd’s Register offer?
* An interesting job in a very innovative, diversified and international work environment of the food industry, from small family owned businesses up to global acting companies
* The reputation and success story of a company that has been active in the market for more than 250 years
About Lloyd´s Register
The Lloyd’s Register Group (LR) is an independent risk management organization that helps to improve our clients’ quality, safety, environmental and business performance throughout the world. This is mirrored in our mission statement “working together for a safer world”.
LR is a global engineering, technical and business services organization and a maritime classification society, wholly owned by the Lloyd’s Register Foundation, a UK charity dedicated to research and education in science and engineering for the benefit of the community at large.
Our expertise and activities cover Marine, Energy (Oil, Gas, Chemicals and Power), Management Systems and other asset-intensive industries. This role is specific for LR Management Systems.
Are you interested in this opportunity? Then apply now via our careers page.
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