Quality Inspector in Camarillo, CA at Volt

Date Posted: 4/3/2018

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Contingent
  • Location:
    Camarillo, CA
  • Job Type:
    Industrial
  • Duration:
    20 weeks
  • Date Posted:
    4/3/2018
  • Job ID:
    96297
  • Pay Rate
    $15.0 - $15.0/Hour
  • Contact Name
    Volt Branch
  • Phone
    805/560-8658

Job Description

Quality Inspector Job Description

Shift: 1st (6:00 am - 2:30 pm) one (1) position 

         2nd (2:15 pm – 10:45 pm) one (1) position

Schedule:  Monday – Friday (Overtime required)

Rate of Pay: $15.00/hour

Quality Inspectors must work in a clean room environment that requires the employee wear a full-face respirator mask and bunny suit.  



Summary

The Quality Inspector will provide quality-support to the packaging area, to include oversight for adherence to cGMPs FDA, and DEA compliance.  The Quality Inspector will utilize practices and techniques within the disciplines of Quality Control, Quality Assurance, and Quality Improvement disciplines.

General Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Adheres to proper cGMP’s including good housekeeping, proper protection of product quality and integrity, and personal hygiene.
  • Reads and understands written instructions and SOPs.
  • Knows and understands quality-related SOP requirements that determine appropriate process for conducting job performance.
  • Knows and understands applicable regulatory requirements that impact job performance.
  • Makes sure relevant activities fall within SOP and regulatory requirements to ensure product conformity.
  • Prioritizes multiple tasks simultaneously & completes tasks in timely manner.
  • Reviews Master Batch Record for accuracy prior to packaging run.
  • Checks, verifies, corrects, and approves component and quantities release for production.
  • Checks product lot number information.
  • Reviews inserts and outserts & product sample for accuracy.
  • Reviews and approve tray & box labels for accuracy.
  • Issues correct labels for production run and quantity.
  • Conducts line verifications.
  • Conducts product in-process inspections at designated intervals.
  • Performs final QA inspection for finished product release.
  • Verifies Packaging Personnel reconciliation for accuracy on finished product release.
  • Prepares & print outer box release stickers when finished product is approved for release into inventory.
  • Fills in “Product Release” Form P147.10 with required information.
  • Inspects Packaging Room Clean/Clear status & approve its use for next packaging run.
  • Performs Master Batch Record data entry in required spreadsheets.
  • Receives label inventory (review/verify information; data input).
  • Reconciles label inventory sheets.
  • Ensures required approved forms are available in vestibules for packaging personnel use.
  • Reviews and dispositions customer returns (return to inventory or morgue product).
  • Performs quality duties as assigned


Physical/Cognitive Requirements:

Less than one year in pharmaceutical manufacturing preferred.

Quality auditing experience preferred, either in Quality Assurance or Quality Control. 

Knowledge of federal and state laws and regulations, and accreditation standards.

Knowledge of quality system regulations/requirements (i.e. ISO – International Organization for Standardization, FDA – Food and Drug Administration, and GMP – Good Manufacturing Practices.

Knowledge of manufacturing processes and relevant statistical techniques (Six Sigma, Statistical Process Control (SPC).

Effective communication skills at all levels both written and verbal.

Effective skills in analytical thinking and problem solving.

Ability to perform multiple tasks and ability to effectively manage conflict.

Ability to work in teams to obtain results.

Must be a self-starter than can work independently on assigned project but know how to ask for help when needed.

Time management and planning skills are essential, as well as excellent interpersonal skills in order that the incumbent may work effectively with the auditee and assure timely implementation of corrective measures following audits.

Excellent computer skills and strong internet research skills is required.

Job involves extensive periods of sitting, a lot of reading and analyzing of information.

 Must have the ability to adapt work through conflicts and persuasively influence outcomes.

Can effectively cope with change and is comfortable changing direction and acting without complete information.

Ability to develop and deliver effective presentations and written/oral communications.

Strong organizational and prioritization skills.

Team player works with others effectively respectfully and cordially.

Executes plans to resolve basic to moderately complex problems.

Capable of resolving sensitive concerns that present minimal risk to the business.

May be required to work longer than the typical 8-hour work day.

Regularly required to stand; walk; use hands to fingers, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.

Specific vision abilities required includes close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.

Perform light physical duties in keeping personal work station clean organized and presentable.

Miscellaneous Requirements:

Maintain a strong attendance record.

Must be able to pass drug-screening and background check.  Adhere to company’s drug-free workplace policies.

Knowledge of computer equipment set-up.

Skill in using precision tools.

Must be able to effectively research, compile, sort, and present information and reports.

Attitude:

Individual must be enthusiastic, concerned with job and company as whole. Must maintain open communication with supervisor and management.

Must be self-disciplined with the desire and capability of achieving high quality results.

Must be flexible.

Must be detail-oriented and a professional team player.

Volt is an Equal Opportunity Employer