Job Category: Quality Assurance

Quality Inspector – Packaging

Overview: South Jersey pharmaceutical company is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the the role of  Quality Inspector. Current opening is for second shift – 2:30pm – 11:00pm. The purpose of this role is to ensure orders are packaged according to customer requirements, company procedures/requirements, and in accordance with GMP. Benefits start after 30 days; two weeks paid vacation plus paid sick leave and holidays! Health insurance, dental, vision, and 401k plan are offered as well. Work for a great company!

Responsibilities:

  • Ensure orders are packaged according to customer requirements, company procedures/requirements, and in accordance with GMP.
  • Responsible for verifying correct materials are on the line, verifying equipment which monitors product is working properly, ensuring instructions are followed, and documentation completed properly.
  • Work productively with other QA inspectors and QA supervisor, line leaders, the production manager, and other line employees.
  • Contribute to completing work according to schedule, safely and efficiently.

Requirements:

  • Prior experience in Quality Assurance or GMP environment preferred
  • We can train those with attention to detail, a desire for ensuring a quality product, and can switch between tasks efficiently.
  • Ability to perform basic math, English reading and writing, Basic computer skills such as Outlook, Word, Excel
  • Ability to communicate in a clear and concise manner, with individuals and groups, verbally and in writing.
  • Good judgment and the ability to make a quality decision if need be.
  • Minimum High School diploma or equivalent, some college preferred
  • Ability to lift minimum 30 pounds, fast paced, on feet throughout shift
  • Punctuality, strong work ethic, ability to be a team player

Quality Control Inspector

Overview: Inspector position responsible for performing inspections of cables and wire harnesses in a contract manufacturing environment. Qualified candidates will have at least 2 years direct experience in quality inspection of cables and wire harnesses with ability to read and understand, manufacturing instructions, operating procedures engineering drawings, schematics, bills of material and specifications for the use of inspecting assemblies. Must have experience and requires ability to utilize calipers, micrometers, optical inspection machine, and electronic test equipment as a means of inspection.

Responsibilties:

  • Interprets industry standards and customer provided design documentation to determine acceptability criteria.
  • Examines assemblies for physical defects such as mis-wires, solder bridges, opens, missing or incorrect components, bent pins and other damaged components.
  • Compares hardware on assemblies, subassemblies, and parts to parts list to verify assembly.
  • Rejects discrepant assembly, part, or component and records type and quantity of defects.
  • Measures parts to verify accuracy of dimensions utilizing micrometers, calipers and other various measuring scales.
  • Sorts nonconforming assemblies for rework or disposition by the quality manager.
  • Maintains records of inspection process, progress and results and informs management of results.
  • Input Defect / Yield data into Quality database.
  • Position may also be assigned to assist with any combination of tasks to test and inspect electronic parts, assemblies, subassemblies, cables, harnesses, for conformance to specifications, drawings, manufacturing instructions, assembly aides, etc.
  • Position may include periodic inspection of receipts or stock on hand in inventory. Testing may include electrical test of harnesses and cables for continuity using test equipment. Functional testing may be required to meet client requirements of more complex assemblies. Inspection of assemblies may require the use of magnification aides.

 

Requirements:

  • Candidate must have excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Must be detail-oriented.
  • Must be able to determine root cause of in-process rejections, suggest corrective actions and identify / develop training requirements.
  • Candidate must hold current certificate with IPC WHMA 620 or be qualified to become certified if hired full time.
  • Acceptable visual acuity and eye-hand coordination.
  • Must have, or be able to acquire, operator certification for IPC-A-610.
  • Must have, or be able to acquire, operator certification for J-STD-001.
  • Ability to review and interpret technical data packages for electronic assemblies.
  • Candidates must be able to work in a self directed manner in a fast-paced working environment.
  • Foster and maintain professional and productive relationships with other staff and management.
  • Possess excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in computer based applications.
  • Have experience with electronic assembly including; SMT, T/H & Mechanical.
  • Ability to effectively operate visual magnification devices (scope).
  • Ability to effectively operate and interpret basic electronic measuring devices.
  • Ability to effectively operate and interpret basic mechanical measuring devices.
  • Proficiency in reading, writing, and speaking English to satisfactorily perform the duties of the position.
  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.
  • Perform basic computer tasks as assigned. Minimal skills required.
  • Daily data entry into an Access database required.
  • To perform this position, you must be US Citizen due to contractual requirements with the US Navy.
  • 2+ years Quality Control experience.
  • Is consistently at work and on time. Must adhere to company policies and specified work schedule.

Quality Supervisor

Overview: South Jersey company is seeking a Quality Supervisor to perform the following duties: supervise, coordinate, and support quality assurance processes, initiatives, continuous improvement, and customer fulfillment for Wire and Harness assembly business.  Assist operations and management to ensure process control and product conformity is satisfied in accordance with established procedures and policies.

 Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for directing and supervising a group of employees involved in inspection and quality control procedures with regard to purchased material, in-process material and finished products to assure that quality control standards are achieved.
  • Develops and initiates standards and methods for inspection, testing, and evaluation.
  • Support Customer RMA process, lead Product return assessments and oversight of subsequent workflows for root cause investigations and corrective actions related to RMA.
  • Assist quality and production in investigations of process related quality issues and non- conforming product
  • Assist with calibration and preventive maintenance programs.
  • Oversee visual and dimensional inspections of received, in-process, and finished product to meet predetermined quality specifications and standards.
  • Provide input for inspection methods and improvements related to the inspection requirements.
  • Document quality records (i.e., inspection records, first article inspection, nonconforming material records) as appropriate using company computer and database systems.
  • With the management team, maintain and improve all QMS-related documentation, including quality related procedures, work instructions, workplace visuals and forms, external documentation and specifications, and training records, in accordance with AS9100 document and record control standards.
  • Use quality tools to assist in determining root cause and corrective action activities for process and product improvements.
  • Participate in company sponsored training and process improvement activities including but not limited to AS9100 formal auditor training.
  • Become a train-the-trainer for certification for WHMA and J-Std Harness Manufacturing and soldering quality standards.
  • Complying with all policies as defined in the Employee Handbook(s).

Requirements: 

  • To perform the position, you must be US Citizen due to contractual requirements with the US Navy.
  • Bachelor’s Degree (B.S.) or equivalent relevant business experience.
  • Ability to learn & perform multiple tasks with excellent organization and prioritization, in a fast-paced team environment
  • Working knowledge of ISO 9001 Quality System (AS9100 preferred).
  • 3-5 years’ experience in a Quality Inspector role
  • Strong organizational and communication skills
  • Strict attention to detail

 Desired Skills: 

  • WHMA (Wire Harness Manufacturer’s Association) and/or J-Std Electronics Soldering and Assembly quality criteria experience or certification preferred.
  • Prior Supervisory experience in a quality role preferred.
  • Experience training and mentoring others is preferred.

Distribution Warehouse Associate

Overview: Southern NJ Company is seeking a Warehouse Associate who would be responsible for assuring cGMP compliance with all procedures affiliated with holding, staging, and distributing clinical supplies to sites.

Responsibilities:  

  • Responsible for compliance with internal SOPs and cGMPs.
  • Responsible for staging and assembly of shipping orders, packing and/or crating for shipment, verifying compliance with shipping regulations relating to process documentation and handling of pharmaceutical product.
  • Maintains inventory of finished product warehouse.
  • Maintains and organizes all shipping and packing materials.
  • Maintains an inventory log of packing supplies and notifies key personnel when packing supplies are in need of re-order.
  • Immediately notifies Director of Operations, QA and Project Management of any discrepancies related to shipment and/or status of drug product.
  • Act as liaison with Director of Operations and Distribution Management in determining and maintaining inventory levels, expiration dates of products including finished goods as well as components.
  • Maintains warehouse storage of product according to cGMP compliance procedures.
  • Enters data into ICS system as it pertains to the shipment of clinical materials.
  • Computes tariff codes, weight and volume of finished product that is exported to foreign countries in courier computer systems.
  • Verifies conversion of product weights or volumes based on country’s method of weight/measure.
  • Process shipments according to requirements of courier operation systems.
  • Maintains work area and related warehouse and dock areas in a clean and orderly fashion and in accordance with cGMPs.
  • All other duties as assigned.

Requirements: 

  • High school degree
  • Must have working knowledge of department practices
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Excellent reading and writing skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • English literacy
  • Excellent mathematical skills
  • Computer literacy skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Knowledge of cGMPs
  • Familiarity with the pharmaceutical industry