Quality Assurance Technician

What Quality Assurance contributes to Cardinal Health

Quality Assurance is responsible for developing and implementing a compliant and cost effective quality system that assures products and services are reliable, safe and effective.

  • Demonstrates knowledge of quality systems and approaches.
  • Demonstrates an understanding of the relevant regulations, standards and operating procedures.
  • Demonstrates ability to perform investigations / root cause analysis and develop corrective actions.
  • Demonstrates an understanding of the requirements and has the ability to perform gap assessments to those requirements.
  • Demonstrates an understanding of quality concepts such as: cost of quality, analytical metrics and / or statistics, trending, quality planning, validation, CAPA and problem solving.
  • Works cross-functionally and has the ability to interpret the requirements as well as educate and influence others on those requirements.

Qualifications

  • HS Diploma, GED or equivalent experience, preferred
  • 1+ years experience in related field, preferred

Accountabilities

  • Cover standard production operations as well as Quality Assurance tasks
  • Collaborate with cross functional team members across many disciplines including Receiving, Purchasing, Production, EHS, Quality, and Operational Excellence.
  • Detailed Operational quality reporting (Shipping Quality, Error analysis, etc.).
  • Participate in root cause analysis and continuous improvement efforts.
  • Create, follow and maintain compliance with all policies, procedures, work instructions and specifications; in non-controlled and controlled temperature environments. 
  • Will support Operations leadership in other tasks or projects as assigned.

What is expected of you and others at this level

  • Applies acquired job skills and company policies and procedures to complete standard tasks
  • Works on routine assignments that require basic problem resolution
  • Refers to policies and past practices for guidance
  • Receives general direction on standard work; receives detailed instruction on new assignments
  • Refers to policies and past practices for guidance
  • Receives general direction on standard work; receives detailed instruction on new assignments
  • Consults with supervisor or senior peers on complex and unusual problems