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Quality Control Engineer- Manufacturing Operations

Quality Engineer-Manufacturing Operations Quality Engineer with experience in the Medical Device, BioTech, and/or Pharmaceutical industry is needed to provide support for a manufacturing operations department. This is a long term contract position budgeted for at least 1 years (+). Responsibilities for the Quality Engineer The Sr. Quality Professional is responsible for providing tactical and strategic leadership for the Quality activities related to operational functions, including, but not limited to Medical Device, Drug or general product Operations. Day-to-day activities include coordination and support of product manufacturing, testing, distribution, lifecycle management, Risk Management, and/or post-market surveillance of products. Position will operate as a liaison among the various functions and the Quality Operations department to assure strategic alignment and compliance Requirements for the Quality Engineer BS in a Physical Science or Engineering plus 5+ years of experience in medical device, bio-tech or pharmaceutical industry. Strong technical writing and general problem-solving skills required. "Employer will not sponsor applicants for work visas for this position." Please apply online or email ian.mulloy@scom-usa.com. If you don't meet these requirements, but are interested in other Impellam NA, Corestaff Services or s.com opportunities, please register with us online at ess.impellam.com s com is an Equal Opportunity Employer - All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or any other factor determined to be unlawful under applicable law.

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