Kelly Services Quality Assurance Associate in Broomfield, Colorado
Quality Assurance Associate
Pay depended on experience
Temporary Help until Feb 2021 with a possibility to be permanent
Oversees Quality Assurance activities to ensure compliance with regulatory agencies, ISO and Company requirements. Performs a broad range of tasks which may include risk management, validation, maintenance, support, training, and implementation and maintenance of Quality Systems, Policies, and Procedures.
Supports the implementation and maintenance of the Quality System.
Final disposition authority for incoming materials, including packaging and labeling, used in product manufacturing.
Responsible for reviewing manufacturing documentation with a presence on the manufacturing floor.
Oversee Purchasing Controls for critical A and B materials in accordance with the Approved Vendor list and regulatory requirements.
Manage the Approved Vendor List, additions and removals.
Review and final approval authority for device history records, new documents/new document revisions prior to distribution.
Assist in establishing and maintaining document approval and change control procedures.
Manage filing, database inputs, and approval of quality documents (e.g. NCR, PDN, RP, housekeeping records, Material Action Tickets, Action Impact Reviews, device history records).
Coordinates and maintains the Corrective and Preventive Action (CAPA) process to ensure compliance to regulatory and internal requirements and to ensure actions are completed in a timely manner.
Manages the nonconformance handling system to ensure all nonconformities are identified, investigated and entered into the CAPA system, if necessary.
Conduct and assist as needed with the Company Internal Audit Program.
Maintain the Company Training Program and assist with company awareness of the Company Quality System and provide support and training on Quality issues.
Oversee Metrology Program – Work Order approval/closure.
Other duties as assigned by Supervisor.
KNOWLEDGE: The position requires excellent knowledge of FDA and international regulations, directives and standards governing medical devices.
EXPERIENCE: This position requires a minimum of three (3) years’ experience in Quality Assurance or Regulatory Affairs in an FDA regulated industry plus an Associate’s Degree -or-
A minimum of (6) years’ experience in Quality Assurance or Regulatory Affairs in an FDA regulated industry.
BS in Science or related field
The position requires strong communication and interactive skills in cross functional participation and must demonstrate the ability to work and think independently. This person must also have the ability to investigate and resolve quality problems.
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