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Quality Technician - 2nd Shift


Requisition Number: P11734

Region: US
State: Wisconsin
City: Hudson

Responsibilities

  • Complete dimensional, visual and functional lot release on incoming and outgoing product in accordance with sampling plans and take action in accordance to documented procedures when potential quality problems are identified
  • Control and properly document non-conforming product
  • Coordinate, perform and maintain Phillips calibration procedures
  • Provide quality systems training and assistance to Phillips in quality decisions and measurement techniques
  • Complete capability studies and gage R&R analysis
  • Prepare appropriate inspection records and measurement reports
  • Identify and recommend continual improvement opportunities for quality systems
  • Assist with submission or validation packets
  • Work within a team environment to complete other quality related duties as assigned
  • A functional understanding of risk management processes and design control requirements for ISO 13485
  • Understanding of batch records, device master record, device history record and device history file
  • Some programs may have vision requirements
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Safety/Environmental:
  • -Where applicable, individual is pre-planning safety into work activities to improve performance
  • -Proactively identifies safety concerns
  • -Complies with Environmental Management System program SOP’s/WI, Policy & Program elements and encourages responsible use of resources
  • Actively participate in continual improvement/innovation, corrective action and internal/external customer satisfaction
  • Completion of one of the following:
  • -Submission of a continuous improvement idea
  • -Active participation in a Phillips-Medisize sponsored committee or event (Examples include a Rapid Improvement Event, a 5S/Lean event, Safety Committee, Wellness Committee, Recycling Committee, Activity Committee, or other Phillips-Medisize sponsored community outreach project/event (United Way, Junior Achievement, etc.)

 

Qualifications - Education & Experience

  • Basic reading, writing and math skills
  • One year of directly related quality experience 
  • Knowledge of incoming, in-process and finished product inspection techniques
  • Ability to read basic blue prints
  • Knowledge and experience working in a cGMP environment
  • Cannot be color blind; Must be able to distinguish different colors
  • Vision requirements to meet customer or facility requirements

This facility operates under International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), and therefore, any person hired must demonstrate with verifiable documentation that he/she is either: (i) a U.S. Citizen; (ii) an active Green Card Holder; or (iii) a “Protected Person” as defined by 8 U.S.C. 1324(b)(a)(3).

 

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