QA Component Auditor

Industry

Pharmaceuticals

Advert ID

USA_495076

Location

Allegan

Job Type

Contract

Hours

Full-Time

Salary Range

USD16-16.60 per year

No. of Openings

1

Branch Information

Holland, MI - (USA) 12331 James Street Unit 30 MI Holland , MI 49424

Branch Phone Number

616-748-2000

Job Description

JOB PURPOSE

To ensure quality standards for packaging materials are met by inspecting, sampling, testing, reviewing and releasing incoming batches of packaging materials.



Monday - Thursday 2nd Shift 2:00 pm - 12:00 am $16.00-$16.60/hour



KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION

High school diploma or GED, with preference given to those with advanced education.

Accuracy and attention to detail.

Must possess an understanding of and ability to apply Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs).

General computer knowledge in order to understand required programs used.

General knowledge of testing and measuring equipment.

Ability to work well with other departments.

Ability to climb stepladder platforms for sampling purposes and the ability to lift up to 50 lbs.



MAJOR DUTIES



Major Duties / Responsibilities

Pre-Print Inspection - Perform inspections on Cartons, Labels, inserts, etc., using computer software, approved Artwork, and industry standard color books to ensure samples meet the acceptable criteria

Ensures documentation paperwork and case labels are accurate for incoming components. Contacts appropriate department for assistance when the needed information is either not present or is incorrect.

Perform visual, dimensional, and functional-type testing on components per Package Engineering specification, Standard Operating Procedures, Standard Work Instructions, and Job Aids.

Perform incoming inspection on Pre-print using Global Vision software, Pantone Formula Guide, and/or approved color chips.

Reviews completed inspection forms and disposition components in SAP based on results.

Ensures damaged or rejected cases are quarantined and Split Batch Request Form is filled out correctly.

Ensures suspect components are held until authorization for release has been provided.