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Why work for NQA?

NQA is an international organization with over 20 years of experience providing registration services for clients in the high-tech, DOD, Aerospace and numerous other industries.
 
The NQA environment is one in which people are committed to excellence and working together to accomplish common goals. Each NQA employee is a stakeholder in the success of our company, and all are dedicated to enhancing the success of our clients through the service we provide. At NQA, we recognize hard work and we reward performance.
 
If you are looking to audit for NQA on a contract basis, please send your resume and credentials to James Dozier at james.dozier@nqa-usa.com.

Lead Auditors

NQA is only looking for certified auditors in select audit schemes. Applicants must be certified Lead Auditors only. Certifications recognized are IRCA and RABQSA.

ISO 27001 and AS9100 Auditors

NQA is currently looking for auditors for the Information Security and Aerospace audit schemes. Interested candidates should email James Dozier at james.dozier@nqa-usa.com.

Food Safety Auditors

NQA is seeking certified auditors for the following Food Safety Schemes;

  • ISO 22000: Food manufacturing
  • FSSC 22000: Food Manufacturing, Storage and Distribution

Also, if you have 5 years of Food manufacturing or associated experience, with at least 2 years spent working in a QA position, Testing Laboratory, and/or related to Food Safety or have Secondary education which is food related training or can demonstrate in house professional development, with a good to excellent knowledge of HACCP, then you should consider applying.

Consideration will also be given to governmental auditors/retirees with FDA/USDA inspection experience. Positions may be available on full, part time or contract basis dependent on experience. Some training may be available to qualified candidates.

Send comprehensive details including resume to Stephen Upton, Director of Food Safety Programs at supton@nqa-usa.com.

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