International Vitamin Corporation QA Monitor-12 hr 7p-7a in Anderson, South Carolina
Under direct supervision of the Senior Quality Assurance (QA) Supervisor or QA Team Leader, this position is responsible for ensuring finished products conform to the established quality standards and agency guidelines, to ensure customer satisfaction. This is a 12 hour position, rotating nights shift is 7p-7a.
Perform disintegration test.
Perform physical tests on finished bulk.
Perform AQL Sample Inspection Defect and Defect Level Limits on finished bulk, third party bulk and outside bulk.
Perform product validation test on finished bulk when requested.
Perform FT-NIR test on TGA softgel oils.
Physically place product on QA Hold and release product when necessary.
Perform in process packaging line inspections to include all Bottle packaging and Specialty packaging operations based on customer requirements.
Train to perform weekly verification of Packaging Detection Systems to include metal detection, label vision, seal detector, x-ray and line clearance.
Pull samples based on the ANSI/ASQC Z 1.4 2003 AQL requirements.
Train and use I5 system for all QA job functions.
Print Items Waiting Inspection reports and sample according to the ANSI/ASQC Z 1.4 2003 charts.
Issue labels to work orders and return all unused labels to electronic stock after verification of label count through the label rewind machine.
Train to print shipper labels for all packaging based on customer requirements.
Train to print labels for weighing, blending, granulation, chilsonation and sizing.
Complete all logs and product appearance check sheets.
Pull PE and PAW sheets as batch lots end.
Train to perform daily balance calibration verification.
Train to perform monthly lab equipment calibration verification.
Ensure that lab equipment is in proper operation and report any out of service issues.
Ensure adequate stock of supplies necessary to perform essential job duties and report when supplies are low.
Report any questionable quality or safety issues to appropriate supervisory personnel.
Locate and change product status electronically.
Review PE and PAW forms when requested.
Assist in delivering retains to the retain area.
Adherence to the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs) in effect assuring the quality and quantity of product produced is required.
Maintain clean work environment at all times, including and not limited to hygiene practices.
Follow batch record instructions and maintain accurate and legible production records.
Ensure proper labeling of finished product while completing all necessary paperwork / documentation as required.
Ensure that correct raw material and lot numbers are being processed.
Ensure proper recording and usage of batch records per established processes.
Accumulate all rejects and place into the appropriate containers for proper disposal or rework process.
Complete all necessary paperwork and proper documentation.
HEALTH and SAFETY
Know and understand the cGMP and other regulatory compliance.
Ensure job specific safety procedures are established and followed.
Maintain awareness and enforcement of health and safety practices and activities.
Be involved in the development, implementation, and updating of health and safety plans and procedures.
Actively participate in health and safety training programs and demonstrate competency based on training received.
Make safety a priority in daily operations by:
Actively participating in health and safety activities.
Ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements.
Ensuring adequate resources are provided, and
Providing suggestions for improvement to the health and safety program.
High school diploma or equivalent.
6 months direct experience in a manufacturing or quality role within manufacturing operations.
Basic knowledge of MS Word and Excel, basic data entry skills.
Excellent math, verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to communicate respectfully with employees of all levels.
Must be able to handle, in an expeditious manner, multi tasks and priorities.
Make logical decision with attention to details.
Knowledge of and compliance with company policies and SOP’s and understanding of all of the cGMP’s.
Good documentation skills.
Must be able to work flexible hours.
Possess an attitude that fosters team work and promotes positive morale and respect for coworkers of all levels within the company.
Required to stand, and or walk for extended periods of time.
Ability to push and pull various weights limits in a safe manner.
Ability to climb and balance on stools and ladders.
Use of fingers and hands.
Regular lifting ranging from 10 to 40 lbs.
Moderate to high levels of noise – requires awareness to surrounding due to equipment in use.
Working environment may be dusty, oily and/or slippery.
Slip-resistant or steel toe safety shoes are required.
Personal protective equipment (PPE) as required.
Lab coat, hair covers, hearing protection, gloves, dust mask, gloves and goggles may be required in designated areas.
Manufacturing, laboratory and office environment.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. This job description reflects management’s assignment of essential job functions, which are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required.
Shift: C and D
External Company Name: International Vitamin Corporation
External Company URL: http://www.ivcinc.com
Street: 4941 Liberty Hwy