The performance engineer is responsible for ensuring new systems and application changes meet performance requirements and do not negatively impact the performance of existing systems and applications.
Lead and support Quality Control activities that ensure compliance of the company's gels, crèmes, and lotions to applicable components of the company's quality management system, specifications, standards, and regulations related to Class II medical devices.
Document output quality limits for each production process and create guides for ease or understanding of these limits by the operators; assess the application and effectiveness of process output quality by operators.
Managing process performance data and metrics and championing improvement initiatives (i.e., ppm reduction, yield improvements and zero defects); developing quality control planning to achieve process capability.
Accountable for knowing functionality of ETQ Reliance 12.0d to guide business process changes and configuration/development.Ensure continued system compliance to applicable electronic QMS system regulations, including 21 CFR Part 11.
The Staff Quality Engineer will function as the project team lead in all matters related to Quality Engineering. Individual will work closely with R&D, Operations Engineering, Supplier Quality Management and other cross functional project team members in the development and manufacture of innovative new products.
You will be responsible for key projects for the QA team. Commvault Products that run on Windows and Unix platform. Experience in getting products to market on time and a demonstrated track record of delivering strong, QA fundamentals in this role.