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Employer Quality Control Manager


Our clientele includes companies in the Beverage Industry and other leading corporates in Sri Lanka

Job specification
· Age less than 40 Years old.
· A degree relating to Chemistry, Nutrition or an allied area.
· At least 5 years post qualification at a Managerial or assistant Managerial level in a Quality Control Department.
· Experience in beverages industry in a multinational environment will add as an advantage.
· Should have good communication skills, ability to lead and supervise a team and implement proper quality
· Should be familiar with food safety regulations, factory audits.
· Works accuracy and with eye for detail.

Attractive remuneration package waiting for the right candidate

If you think you are up to the challenge send your resume or walk – in for an interview to

TEL : +94 77 3315 193 / 115 678 178
FAX: +94 11 2505 996
Email :

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