We are recruiting for immediately available Interim/ Freelance Engineering End Point Assessors, with vocational food production/food industry experience. The client is the leader within Food Production Engineering End Point Assessment and has two immediate positions available.
This role will see you deliver the ‘Food & Drink Industry Maintenance Standard’.
Day rate: £350/day (all-inclusive and outside of IR35)
Start date: Mid October 2021
Contract length: 8 sessions per month – rolling monthly with at least 3 months consecutively
Assignment reference: 229761
You will need to have:
- Proven end point assessment experience and relevant qualification
- Previous Engineering experience within food production/manufacturing
- HACCP level 3
- Food Safety level 3
- Commitment to 8 sessions per month for a minimum of 3 months +
If this sounds like you, please drop me an email with your up-to-date CV and availability and if you’re the right fit I’ll be back in touch shortly!
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