The quality analyst is responsible for quality review of operations transactions. He/she will represent operations in various external and internal audits. He/she will maintain and further develop deep knowledge of industry requirements and operation processes and effectively share that knowledge with others. He/she will observe and communicate opportunities for quality and production improvement within the department.
In this role, you will be responsible for testing the database logic, quality, performance, workflows and reports ensuring they meet the business requirements and acceptance criteria prior to release and after release into user facing environments.
Responsible for conducting routine and non-routine analysis of raw materials, in process, and finished formulations according to standard test methods. Test methods include gel electrophoresis, spectrophotometry, immunophenotyping, and northern blot analysis.
Performing Incoming Inspection, In-process audits and inspection, and final product inspection in conformance with drawings, Engineering Change Order, workmanship standards and Client policies and procedures.
The primary responsibility for a Quality Control Associate I is the execution of QC environmental & utility monitoring, routine testing and all activities associated with executing this testing in a cGMP manner.
This position coordinates and participates in users acceptance testing. This position provides maintenance and support of applications, including testing repairs and enhancements, assuring that the application operates as various components of the environment change.
Perform all aspects of routine, initial and follow-up audits, including internal quality systems audits and external audits to support the gxp compliance and inspection readiness of argos gxp systems, as well as the supplier qualification and management program.