Food Lead Auditor - FSSC22000/ ISO22000:2018

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Date: 28 Apr 2024


Company: Bureau Veritas

Our people are ambitious and humble, believing in what they do and convinced that our purpose is shaping a world of trust. With responsibility and openness, they daily serve our 400.000 clients in 140 countries, to bettering society. Across all our businesses and countries, each one of our people leaves their mark in shaping society.

> We believe that leaving a mark is a true challenge and opportunity for every one of us.

> We believe that leaving a mark is a sign of trust and impact.

> We believe that leaving a mark is a bond with the future.

> We believe that leaving a mark is proof of growth and development.

Being part of the BV family, is more than just working, it’s being convinced that you will leave your mark... in shaping a world of Trust.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Perform business assurance assessments and recommend certification, deferral, suspension or withdrawal of certification in accordance with FSSC22000/ ISO22000: 2018 management systems standards.
  • Actively build strong external and internal client relationships


Job Requirements:

  • Possess a Bachelor's Degree in Food Science/ Food Technology/ Chemistry/ Bioscience or any related studies.
  • Minimum 2 years of experience in food or associated industry.
  • Taking an active role in quality assurance or food safety functions in production or manufacturing and retailing, food safety auditing and/ or food safety inspection or enforcement that is covered within the scope of the scheme.
  • Food safety or quality consultancy experience in a food or associated industry can be used to meet a maximum of six (6) months of the work experience requirement.
  • Preferably candidates with experience in certification body conducting audit for external parties.



Join an inclusive, flexible and diverse company where you can thrive while contributing to positively transforming the world we live in.
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