Lupin Pharmaceuticals (Company Headquarters)

Quality Assurance Technician 2nd Shift (Floor Inspection)

US-NJ
2 months ago
Job ID
2017-2056
# of Openings
1
Category
Quality Assurance

Overview

The Quality Assurance Technician I is responsible for the assurance of proper GMP activities within the Lupin Somerset manufacturing and packaging facilities. This position is responsible for working in production, warehouse, process rooms and packaging lines to evaluate all manufacturing activities meet the acceptance criteria. Second shift is 3:30pm to 12:00am.

Responsibilities

  • Sample, inspect incoming raw materials, in-process intermediates and purchased finished products and submits samples to the Quality Control laboratory for analysis.
  • Label the material status from Quarantine from Release to Reject and vice versa.
  • Monitor the manufacturing equipment and rooms and packaging lines/ equipment for cleanliness and approve them prior to the start of the operation
  • Perform Quality Assurance in-process checks (Beginning, Middle and End) for manufacturing and packaging operations and determine the results meets against pre-determined standards and batch record requirements.
  • Conduct Acceptable Quality Limit inspections on finished dosage forms against pre-determined Quality Attributes.
  • Collect and maintain Quality Assurance Retain samples from all products manufactured. Assure that all retains are stored in an appropriate manner for accountability, annual inspection and retrieval.
  • Sample and proofread all pharmaceutical labeling for conformance to the standard. Issues approved labels to the packaging lines for use.
  • Inform immediately any manufacturing/packaging issue to the Quality Assurance supervisor.

Qualifications

 

Education

Associate Degree or Bachelor’s Degree in a scientific field is preferred

 

Skills

Excellent communication skills

Attention to detail is paramount

Desire to acheive high quality of work and diligent about following Standard Operating Procedures

Knowledge of Good Manufacturing Practices is preferred

 

Physical and Environmental Conditions

The physical requirements of the position generally include: standing, walking, sitting, using hands and fingers, reaching with hands and arms, talking and hearing.   In some circumstances, bending, kneeling, crouching, stooping, and crawling may apply. In general the activity level one usually performs is light physical activity performing non-strenuous daily activities of an administrative and sedentary nature. This position may require lifting up to 30 pounds occasionally.   Generally work is performed in a manufacturing or warehouse environment.

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