Responsible for the inspection of raw materials and finished goods (including medical products) using manual, visual, measurement and/or test equipment following company established procedures. Complete required documentation to record quality inspections results. Provide disposition for the inspected product and ensure adequate inventory control. Ensure compliance with established quality procedures and company policy.
Perform in-process inspection and testing of finished goods and/or raw materials manufactured by or for Medline Industries. Read and understand company procedures for specific materials inspections. Complete inspection documentation per applicable inspection procedures. Identify errors and omissions for correction.
Operate test equipment and perform simple measurement activities per applicable standard operating procedures. Equipment may include tools such as a ruler, caliper, micrometer, scales, etc. Read and understand company procedures for specific test equipment operation.
Identify defects and initiate non-conforming material reports during in-process and final inspections per pre-established company policy or Accepted Quality Limits (AQL).
Communicate effectively with business partners such as quality assurance, warehouse, maintenance, and/or manufacturing groups. Commutation includes but is not limited to inspection defects, issuance of non-conforming reports, inspection prioritization or any concerns associated to the product quality.
Verify and/or approve line start-up and equipment applicable requirements per company-established procedures when applicable.
High School Diploma or equivalent.
At least 1 year of quality control experience in a regulated industry.
Knowledge / Skills / Abilities
Basic math skills including fractional to decimal conversions.
Working in hot and cold environments and at heights.
Sitting, walking or standing for prolonged periods, with frequent bending and kneeling.
Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.
Ability to prioritize quickly in a fast paced manufacturing environment.
Ability to process all relevant details, understanding and prioritizing their importance and drawing concise conclusions.
Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, etc.).
Basic knowledge of quality regulations such as GMP, GDP, ISO, or 21CFR 820, 210 - 211.
PREFERRED JOB REQUIREMENTS
At least 1 year of quality control experience in medical device and/or drug manufacturing setting.
Ability to read, write, speak, and understand English.
Equal Opportunity Employer - minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity
Please see job description for required skills.