Associate/Senior Associate (Quality & Compliance)

Plastics For Change has developed an ethical sourcing platform to create sustainable livelihoods for the urban poor while transitioning the industry towards a circular economy. Our deal process and mobile platform provide waste pickers with access to fair and consistent income opportunities.

Similar to fair trade agriculture, our platform creates transparency and accountability from the base of the supply chain to the store shelf. This results in more efficient shared-value chains and higher quality recycled plastic. We provide expertise to help catalyze brands and manufacturers to replace the use of virgin plastic with ethically sourced recycled plastic, thereby immediately improving the social and environmental impact of their products.

Job Description

We are looking for a highly committed and passionate individual who believes in bringing change in the informal recycling sector through quality assurance and compliance management. This individual should be passionate about setting high standards in the work. We are looking for people who share our values and are driven to create social and economic inclusion.

Job Title

Associate/Senior Associate (Quality & Compliance)

Reports To

Operations  Manager


Currently hiring in Bengaluru, Doddaballapura, and Mangalore with plans to expand pan India

Duties and Key Responsibilities

Quality Control:

  1. Ensure batch segregation is carried out as per Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).

  2. Carry out onsite Quality Control Checks as per SOP.

  3. Ensure zero defect material to clients.

  4. Record Quality checks on to the platform.

  5. Work closely with the franchise partners in improving the Quality Assurance process.

  6. Escalate Quality deviations to the immediate supervisor.

  7. Carry out a detailed analysis in case of deviations in quality, work with the franchise team.


  1. Ensure operations are carried out in compliance with local laws w.r.t the health, safety, and environment.

  2. Ensure safe and hygienic work conditions at aggregation centers, Dry Waste Collection Centers (DWCC) and scrap shops.

  3. Ensure minimum wage compliance at the stakeholder level.

  4. Support Operations team in carrying out the periodic assessment of sustainable sourcing charter across the supply chain.

Capacity Building:

  1. Conducting one-to-one capacity building to strengthen stakeholders working capacity w.r.t PFC SOP.

  2. Conducting one-to-one CRM (mobile technology) training for stakeholders.

  3. Creating awareness and sensitizing stakeholders on statutory compliances and policies with help from experts.

Reporting and Documentation:

  1. Maintaining various due-diligence and other required documentation at stakeholder level, managing, monitoring and reviewing it periodically.

  2. Ensuring timely, concise and accurate reports on a daily, weekly and monthly basis on prescribed formats.

  3. Ensuring timely, concise and accurate CRM updates and also ensuring stakeholders are updating it regularly.

General responsibilities:

  1. Ensure professionalism at all times and demonstrate exemplary prioritization of workload skills.

  2. Ensure that the PFC policies, SOPs, and protocols are being adhered to at all levels of the company.

  3. Ensure strict adherence to data confidentiality and security.

  4. Willingness to travel frequently cross Bengaluru city, sometimes at short notice, including other places as per need of project or company.

  5. Work closely with the PFC team and Partners.

Note: The roles and responsibilities outlined above are not meant to be an exhaustive list of tasks. Flexibility is required and the incumbent is expected to carry out any other related duties that are necessary for the optimum functioning of the company as a whole within the employee's skills and abilities whenever a need is pointed out, becomes apparent or as reasonably instructed.

Knowledge, Experience, and Qualifications

  • Freshers with any Degree or

  • 3+ years of experience in environment sector/quality.

  • Good understanding of quality assurance and quality control process.

  • Basic knowledge of Health, Safety and Environment legislation and compliance requirements.  

  • Understanding of plastics supply chain would be an added advantage.

  • Past Experience of working in the fields of  Waste Management, Environment Sector will be helpful.

  • Fluency in Kannada, Hindi languages (Tamil-optional) and moderate English working Knowledge.


  • Good interpersonal skills and ability to work independently on projects / assignments.

  • Open to new challenges.

  • Good data management, documentation and reporting skills.

  • Good computer skills – MS Office and Working on CRM.

  • Ability to work under pressure and prioritize tasks.

  • An Eye for detail.

  • Able to learn new systems, methods, processes, and procedures.

  • Able to meet the deadline and produce quality outputs.

  • Proactive and self-motivated.

  • Humility, honesty, transparency, integrity, and ability to maintain confidentiality.


As per Industry Standards, Performance Bonus, Medical Insurance and Fixed Travel Allowance.


Last date for application 25 June, 2019.


PFC is an equal employment opportunity for all employees and provides employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. All employment decisions at PFC are based on business needs, job requirements and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion or belief, national, social or ethnic origin, sex (including pregnancy), age, physical, mental or sensory disability, HIV Status, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, marital, civil union or domestic partnership status, past or present military service, family medical history or genetic information, family or parental status, or any other status protected by the laws or regulations in the locations where we operate. PFC will not tolerate any kind of discrimination or harassment based on any of these characteristics. PFC encourages applicants of all ages.


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