The world's largest standalone medical technology development company is currently seeking an Inspector in the North Haven, CT area. This is a 1-year CONTRACT position. No per diem available. 1 first shift position (7:00am - 3:00pm M-F with some Saturday's)
Responsibilities for the Inspector
- Set up inspection lot includes moving/handling shipment packages through the Inspection process. Perform visual, dimensional, functional and physical testing of components / products using various types of measuring instruments and equipment. Perform inspection on Vendor Inspect (VI) and Accept Per Certification (ACC PER C of C) lots.
- Complete inspection on each item within the average standard timeframe. Ensure testing equipment is in proper operating condition and/or calibrated before use. Read and interpret complex prints and specifications as required. Review vendor/manufacturing traceability (where applicable), supplier documentation, warehouse documentation and the operational computer system for accuracy and completeness.
- Record inspection results and disposition lots in the operational computer system with accuracy and completeness. Review vendor data where applicable, to ensure product is acceptable within material specifications and supplier control plans.
- Scan certificate of compliance packet (Supplier, Warehouse, Incoming documentation) into the network folder and process through the Agile REC Workflow. Issue nonconformance reports and responds to customer regarding status of inspection lots. Support the return to vendor process (RTV) as needed.
- Support the VI/STS audit process as needed. Process various reference documents through the Agile Workflow as needed. Support the record retention process as needed. Complete daily efficiency report in department database. Report all discrepancies to Senior Technicians and / or Supervisor.
Requirements for the Inspector
- High school diploma or GED required. Associate degree preferred.
- Computer literacy including sound knowledge of software skills (Excel, Word, Power Point, etc.). Read and interpret engineering prints and specifications/Knowledge of GDT
- Minimum of 4+ years technical experience working in a quality role or in a manufacturing operation environment. Knowledge of quality standards: ISO, GMP, and OSHA Rules and Medical Products Regulations preferred. Knowledge and experience with medical device materials testing.
- Knowledge of production policies, processes, procedures, and equipment use in routine Incoming receiving material testing preferred. Knowledge of NCR/CAPA/SCAR process. ERP BPCS or similar system experiences/knowledge. Agile or similar system experiences/knowledge.
Benefits for the Inspector
- Health Insurance
Randstad is a $22.5 billion global provider of HR services and the second largest staffing organization in the world. From temporary staffing to permanent placement to in-house, professionals, search & selection, and HR Solutions, Randstad holds top positions around the world and has approximately 31,100 corporate employees working from its nearly 4,700 branches and in-house locations in 40 countries.
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