QC Inspector

Department

Quality

Location

San Diego, CA

Job Type

Full Time

ID #

1234566


What We’re Looking For

Cue Health Inc. is seeking to hire a full-time QC inspector to perform inspections per sampling plans and specifications, document results. To identify, contain, and document all defective/suspect product, generate NCRs. Ensures materials and products are in accordance with established quality specifications. The inspector will work closely with operations and engineering. Responsible for ensuring all policies and procedures are in compliance with applicable FDA, state, OSHA, and ISO regulations and standards.

Responsibilities:

  • Perform quality control inspections on medical device components, assemblies and chemicals.

  • Conducts visual, dimensional and functional inspection, as directed by quality assurance procedures and other specifications

  • Ensure measurement, test and inspection equipment is calibrated and in good condition

  • Generates non-conformance reports

  • Perform incoming receiving inspection, in-process, and final inspection of product, packaging and labeling

  • Ensure that product, at all stages of inspection, maintains proper identification, traceability, and inspection/test status

  • Fill out, organizes, reviews, maintains and archives quality control records

  • Perform other duties as required by the Quality Assurance Operations management

  • Closely follow all procedures and specifications and accurate in performing tasks

  • Ensure full compliance with the corporate rules and regulations and perform associated and other duties as required

Requirements:

  • Experience working in an ISO 13485 or FDA regulated environment. Degree in Engineering, Bioengineering, Biochemical Engineering, Biochemistry, or related field is a plus.

  • 2-5 years experience in Quality Control in the medical device industry

  • Prior use of gauges, instruments and other measuring devices preferred, able to read blueprints

  • Experience working in a cGMP, ISO and/or pharmaceutical/medical device regulated environment

  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal

  • Comfortable working in a fast pace environment

  • Effective time management, multitasking and organizational skills

  • Strong attention to detail and cross functional team experience

  • Computer skills in systems such as Microsoft Word and web-based software programs


As part of Cue, you will:

Be instrumental in ensuring materials materials and products are in accordance with established quality specifications.


Where you’ll work

You will work in a modern open office located in Sorrento Valley in San Diego, CA, with a lot of natural light. As an early employee your contribution will set the pace and have an impact in Cue’s future. Your work and ideas will be valued and respected, and we hope you will find enjoyment working with a great team on such an innovative device.


Perks within Cue culture

  • New computer equipment

  • Unlimited snacks

  • Competitive salary

  • Stock options