Thermo Fisher Scientific In Process Inspector 2-Finishing Operations in Bohemia, New York
When you’re part of the team at Thermo Fisher Scientific, you’ll do important work, like helping customers in finding cures for cancer, protecting the environment or making sure our food is safe. Your work will have real-world impact, and you’ll be supported in achieving your career goals.
Fisher Clinical Services, part of Thermo Fisher Scientific, is a leading provider of global clinical supply chain. With unwavering commitment to service, science and process engineering, Fisher Clinical Services is powered by people with an exceptional commitment to quality, deeply instilled ethics of personal responsibility and unrivaled expertise. We are exclusively focused on serving the packaging and distribution requirements of clinical trials across the world.
Whether planning, packaging, labeling, storing, or distributing the important supplies needed to perform clinical research, for more than 27 years Fisher Clinical Services has been committed to delivering the highest possible value while ensuring adherence to the highest level of quality, performance, reliability and sustainability standards. http://www.fisherclinicalservices.com/
What will you do?
A quality control inspector responsible for operating various pieces of inspection and finishing equipment to ensure clinical labels meet established quality standards. Requires demonstrated knowledge and expertise in verifying the physical attributes of manufactured labels including their construction, print quality and quantity. Responsibilities include inspection of labels produced by cold fusion and/or digital printers, label application machines and booklet presses. Ability to operate vision inspection and finishing machines, such as slitters, is a major function of this position. This position also calls for completion of finishing operations including but not limited to the pack out of inspected material, slitting of labels to their finished dimensions, and blinding panel application.
• Performs quality control inspection tasks and responsible for operating various pieces of inspection and finishing equipment to ensure clinical labels meet established quality standards.
• Verifies the physical attributes of manufactured labels including their construction, print quality and quantity. Ensures all In Process Inspection SOPs and Work Instructions are current and followed, as well as, adheres to Clintrak Quality Assurance standards.
• Operates finishing machines to aid in the finishing operations associated with roll labels including table top rewind machines for roll label reprint integration and the Rotoflex System for roll label reprint integration, roll slitting and roll rewinding.
• Operates and is knowledgeable on the Label Vision System including, but not limited to: proper machine set-up, run monitoring, roll slitting (as applicable), and run close-out.
• Performs Start-Up & Re-Start Verifications of Computerized Runs and Guardian verifications as applicable.
• Performs 100% inspection of all computerized material via visual inspection. Understands what constitutes a defective label that must be rejected prior to passing on to the client.
• Ability to accurately count out labels to verify the quantity shipping is what is being requested by the client.
• Performs all required activities associated with labels which must be reprinted; included but not limited to: identification of defective labels, reprint file generation, and label integration.
• Releases inspected materials which have met required inspection standards for further processing or shipping.
• Assists with the packaging of released finished or computerized materials; including, but not limited to shrink wrapping, generating material ID tags and boxing of labels.
• Assists with the mentoring of new In Process Inspectors to familiarize them with department practices and policies.
• Conducts all activities in a safe and efficient manner.
• Applies Good Manufacturing Principles in all areas of responsibility.
• Demonstrates and drives the Thermo Fisher Values – Integrity, Intensity, Involvement and Innovation (The Four I’s)
• Other duties may be assigned to meet business needs as they arise.
How will you get here?
• High School Diploma or GED
• 2+ years’ experience in a quality inspection and/or GMP environment
• Mechanically inclined
• Ability to lift 30lbs
• Computer literate
• Ability to perform basic mathematical calculation with the assistance of a calculator
• Comprehension of specifications
• Machine Operator experience preferred
• Execute measurements using a ruler
• Associates Degree preferred but not required
Thermo Fisher Scientific is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status.