Quality Assurance Inspector (Pharmaceutical industry)

Durham, NC 27712

Employment Type: Contract Job Category: Quality Inspection Job Number: Dj34900233 Compensation: 21.50

Job Description

Title:  Quality Assurance Inspector (Pharmaceutical industry)

Location:  Durham, North Carolina

Pay Rate:  $21.50/hour

Shift:  Monday - Friday, 7:00am - 3:30pm

Sterling has helped build careers for thousands of professionals like yourself. Our expert recruiters support you at every step in the process and as a Best of Staffing company, Sterling provides exciting work with exceptional employers across the U.S.

Hire Type:  Contract

As a contract employee of Sterling, you are eligible to receive a Full Employee Benefits Package that includes paid time off, paid holidays, 3 medical plans to choose from, dental & vision plans, 401(k), and an Employee Stock Ownership (ESOP) plan.

Job Summary: 
Quality Assurance Inspector needed for a 6 month+ contract to work within a pharmaceutical manufacturing environment.  The Quality Inspector performs Quality Assurance inspection of finished products following specified sample plans. Will identify visual defects and check labeling, bar coding, expiration dates, and carton contents for product compliance. Will verify labeling and packaging line setup.

The Quality Inspector completes inspection documentation in accordance with controlled documentation procedures. They also review labeling and documentation for completeness on the packaging floor. They document any identified non-conformances in accordance with site procedures.

Job Duties:
  • Performs finished product inspection for visual defects, completes inspection documentation and reviews entered inspection data to ensure products meet specifications.
  • Completes sample plan calculation worksheets.
  • Supports labeling and packaging line documentation.
  • Reports status of documentation errors to management in a timely manner.
  • Assists with modifications of inspection procedures to assure product quality.

  • Associate's Degree in a Science or Technology discipline and relevant experience.  Will also consider a High School Diploma/GED and 2-4 years of quality inspection experience.
  • Prior Quality Inspection experience preferred.
  • Experience working in an FDA regulated, GMP production facility.
  • Knowledge of Good Documentation Practices.
  • Capacity to work alone as well as in a team environment.
  • PC skills: proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite.

Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identify, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or genetic information.

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