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Quality Assurance Engineer

Worthington Biochemical Corp, an ISO 9001-certified, Equal Opportunity Employer located in Lakewood, NJ, has an immediate opening for an experienced, full-time, career-oriented Quality Assurance Engineer.

A small, private employer, Worthington’s reputation for producing quality products for all types of global life science applications is the result of over 70 years of experience. We are a primary producer of high quality purified enzymes, proteins, nucleic acids and kits for biotech and life science research, diagnostic, pharmaceutical and bioprocessing applications. Worthington’s in-house, full-service capabilities include initial extraction, fermentation, protein purification, lyophilization and packaging.

We seek a loyal, ethical hard worker with a helpful, consultative attitude for this exempt position. Worthington Biochemical Corporation values safety and a drug-free workplace; drug testing is required. Team interviews will be conducted.
Duties and Responsibilities
The right candidate will help Worthington Biochemical Corp. expand on its quality program and take the company beyond ISO certification to Excipient GMP status. We expect this to be accomplished through development and implementation of cleaning and process validation protocols in compliance with IQ/OQ/PQ requirements, risk assessments, as well as identifying improvement opportunities throughout product and process daily compliance issues. This is a 100% hands-on position, so geographic proximity to our facility is highly preferred.

Ensure compliance to relevant ISO & GMP, ICH, etc. Quality System Regulations by providing input to interpretation of regulations, performing gap analyses, and leading activities to implement improvements. 
Manage, maintain, improve processes related to the compliance of regulatory standards and WBC's QMS.
Develop and implement validation protocols in compliance with IQ/OQ/PQ requirements and industry guidelines.
Exercise judgment in planning, organizing, performing, and/or coordinating projects by working with internal managers to classify product and QMS standards and regulations, and establish change management commensurate with risk, industry and customer requirements.
Monitor tracking of product, process and QMS standards, metrics and regulations implementation throughout the entire product and process life-cycle.
Develop QMS-related reports (e.g., quality plans & reports, process documentation, gap assessments) to support diverse business activities.
As appropriate, lead in the completion and maintenance of risk analysis, as related to quality systems and operations.
Verify data integrity, electronic data storage, backup and spreadsheet validations.
Provide Quality System Body of Knowledge support to organization

Nature of Work
Duration: Full Time, Regular
Normal Work Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Working Hour per Week: 40 hour(s)
Normal Work Shifts: First (Day)

Applicants should have a Bachelor's Degree

Applicants should have experience of 2 year(s) .

Applicants should know the following language(s): English

Applicants should have following certificate(s): 
ASQ or similar relevant certification in relevant Quality discipline preferred

Leave: Paid holidays, Sick, Vacation/paid time off
Retirement: Pension plan
Insurance: Dental, Life, Disability, Vision

Qualified candidates email resumes to hr@worthington-biochem.com. 

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