Quality Technician - 12 hour nights

What Quality Control contributes to Cardinal Health

Quality control is responsible for the analysis or inspection of products or processes for compliance with specifications and standards.

  • Demonstrates detailed oriented attention in all facets of responsibilities.
  • Performs analytical evaluation or test of products or processes.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of testing methods, product usage, and applicable regulations and standards.
  • Adheres to established policies and procedures.
  • Establishes test methodology.
  • Provides technical guidance and training to others on SOPs and quality guidelines.

Qualifications

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

What is expected of you and others at this level

  • Applies acquired knowledge and skills to complete standard tasks
  • Readily learns and applies new information and methods to work in assigned area
  • Maintains appropriate licenses, training and certifications
  • Works on routine assignments that require some problem resolution
  • Works within clearly defined standard operating procedures and/or scientific methods
  • Adheres to all quality guidelines
  • Works under moderate degree of supervision
  • Work typically involves regular review of output by work lead or supervisor
  • Refers complex unusual problems to supervisor

Accountabilities:

 

  • The QA Tech must be able and willing to work the night shift.
  • Support functions will cover standard production operations as well as validation and experimental test efforts in controlled (clean room) environment.
  • Within this important role, the Quality Technician will collaborate with cross functional team members across many disciplines including Receiving, Materials, Production, Engineering, Quality Assurance and Operational Excellence.
  • Gather samples and perform inspections / testing on raw, component and finished good material using appropriate measuring equipment or devices (incoming, start-up, in-process and final inspections).
  • Make determination of acceptable material and physically / systemically release or place on hold as appropriate.