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Associate Quality Inspector - Part Time

Summary:
The Associate Quality Inspector ensures parts and products are in compliance with the specifications by inspecting and testing incoming, in-process and finished parts and products. He/she supports quality, operations and manufacturing departments with inspection/testing data and closure of quality records.
QUALIFICATIONS/JOB REQUIREMENTS:
1+ years of quality inspector or technician experiences (3+ for QA Tech II)
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Experience with Microsoft Office products and Access database
Strong organizational, problem solving and analytical skills, strong attention to detail
Ability to be flexible and to manage constantly changing priorities
Working knowledge of measurement techniques and tools
Fundamental knowledge of embedded systems
Ability to work independently and in a team environment
Experience with medical device manufacturing in a regulatory environment (i.e. 21 CFR Part 820, ISO13485).
Must be able to apply GMP principles to daily activities.
Must have knowledge of Quality Assurance discipline
RESPONSIBILITIES:
Receiving Inspection for materials, tools and finished goods.
Quality lot testing of subassemblies and finished devices
On-line auditing of manufacturing processes and deviation that take place.
Preparation of Quality documentation
Review and closure of manufacturing records.
Maintain quality records and databases
Conduct environmental control and microbiological testing as assigned
Cross train and conduct other QA support duties as assigned
WORKING CONDITIONS:
Office environment: Bending, lifting, push/pull, PC
Part Time - Flexible schedule 25 hours per week
Direct contact with staff, suppliers and customer.



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