The Quality Control Technician will assist in ensuring the manufacturing (mixing/compounding/weighing) and filling production lines generate a consistently suitable output of products that meet quality and efficiency standards. Quality Control Technicians work within the production shifts, and assist documenting, recording and maintaining critical and other quality checks within each area of the facility.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job. Other duties may be assigned.
- Assist in Quality department efforts in inspection and testing of received, and in-process materials, components, and products to ensure adherence to established quality standards.
- Perform quality checks including but not limited to: start-up procedures and 30-minute checks, pallet check assessments, labeling assessment, product organoleptic evaluation, and batch related information assurance.
- Ensure both self, and other QC technicians, as well as specialized Production employees tasked with quality tasks, all are maintaining all quality checks in accordance with the site Quality Management Program.
- Assist in the development of an enhanced quality control process within C-Care, to include warehouse, receiving, mixing/compounding, and filling areas.
- Assist Quality Control Manager, as well as Director of Quality on driving deviation reporting and non-conformity observations from all areas of the facility to Quality Assurance management, Director of Quality and production staff and management as needed.
- Assist in the development of a robust, communicative, and controlled quality process with the Director of Quality and Technical Services Manager.
- Voice and escalate concerns including quality deviations, employee safety and/or management issues, and all hazard control areas within the facility.
- Demonstrate proactive thinking and critical, rapid correction as needed.
- Assist in development and evaluation of new procedures and protocols with the Director of Quality.
- Verification of checklist paperwork and/or electronic records daily.
- Deliver quality results and recordkeeping.
- Attend EHS meetings and discuss potential risks and issues.
- Maintain critical awareness of all areas of the facility with respect to quality and hazard control.