IQA Technician – Sudbury, Suffolk
Do you want to contribute to the future of healthcare? Come and join our team as an IQA Technician at our Point of Care Diagnostics business in Sudbury.
You will be responsible for completing inspection, control and disposition of all incoming materials across the Sudbury manufacturing sites, completing all relevant documentation and traceability processes to applicable quality standards. The IQA Technician ensures that incoming materials to be used by production meet all quality requirements.
We offer you a flexible and dynamic environment and the space to stretch beyond your comfort zone in order to grow both personally and professionally.
Key tasks and responsibilities:
- Carry out inspection of incoming goods across the Sudbury sites using measurement equipment, specifications and quality control plans (QCP's). Ensuring all incoming materials fully conform to requirements prior to assembly, completing all associated documentation/records and following GDP (Good Documentation Practices).
- Provide input to the process for the control and disposition of any non-conforming materials, completing tasks, documentation and segregating materials as required within documented working practices.
- Effectively communicate with both internal & external suppliers/stakeholders. Be point of contact for part quality related enquiries, escalate issues as required, ensuring consistency and adherence to processes.
- Provide support to other Quality functions within Sudbury as required, covering in-process testing and/or inspections and final product release processes.
- Provide support for both Internal and 3rd party site audits.
- Participate in SQDIP meetings, provide accurate and timely reports and take responsibility for the achievement of target KPI's for the role.
- Establish & maintain supplier 'Quality Approved' samples for relevant attributes (colours, finishes)
- Actively use business systems such as CATSWEB, CERDAAC, SAP, Documentum & Learn4U.
Your experience and skills:
- Experience in a manufacturing environment
- Ability to read drawings & associated design specifications and reference standards
- Ability to use various measurement equipment and process for verification of incoming materials
- Knowledge of Quality Management Systems, ISO 13485, 21 CFR 820
- Knowledge of CAPA requirements
- Confident with SAP or similar system
- Document Control
- GDP & GMP (Good Documentation Practices & Good Manufacturing Practices)
- Good capability on (Outlook/Excel/Word/Powerpoint)
Being part of our team:
Siemens Healthineers is a leading global medical technology company. More than 66,000 dedicated colleagues in over 70 countries are driven to shape the future of healthcare. An estimated 5 million patients across the globe benefit every day from our innovative technologies and services in the areas of diagnostic and therapeutic imaging, laboratory diagnostics and molecular medicine, as well as digital health and enterprise services.
To find out more about the specific business, have a look at https://www.siemens-healthineers.com/en-uk/point-of-care-testing
Your cultural fit:
Our unique team spirit arises from embracing different perspectives, open debate, and the will to challenge conventions. Change is a constant aspect of our work. We aspire to lead the change in our industry rather than just react to it. That’s why we want you to seek, implement and celebrate your best ideas.
We recognise that building a diverse workforce is critical to the success of our business. We strongly encourage applications from a diverse talent pool and welcome the opportunity to discuss flexibility requirements with our applicants to encourage agile working and innovation. We can offer different flexible working options at Sudbury depending on the role you’re applying for. We’re be happy to talk through these options with you during the application process.
Organization: Siemens Healthineers
Company: Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics Products Ltd
Experience Level: not defined
Job Type: Full-time