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Mrieux conceives, develops, produces and markets diagnostics solutions (systems, reagents, software and services) intended for clinical and industrial applications, which determine the origin of a disease or a contamination to improve the health of patients and insure consumer safety.
Mrieux is present in over 150 countries through 43 subsidiaries and a large network of distributors. More than 90% of our sales are done internationally. Its corporate headquarters are located in Marcy l'Etoile, near Lyon, in France.
Mrieux, is choosing to join an innovative company with a long term vision, committed to the service of public health and carried out with a humanistic corporate culture.
We look for candidates whose motivation is to invest in themselves, in the projects of the future, and to participate in a collective adventure led by a pioneering spirit.
We have the commitment to offer our collaborators a working environment which encourages team spirit, with priority given to training and development with international career opportunities.
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Quality Control Inspector Instruments
Ensure compliance to company specifications, workmanship standards, and Quality System requirements in the Instrument Manufacturing area. Individual must inspect/test/audit materials & processes in a timely fashion while, at the same time, ensuring conformance to all requirements.
This position regularly interacts with manufacturing, engineering, materials, instrument refurb, marketing and other peers in the QC department.
Interpersonal skills are key to success in this job assignment.
Persons in this role must have a solid analytical approach to decision making and problem solving, and above all, be consistent in performance and decision making over time.
Persons in this role are expected to understand all specifications, requirements, and procedures adequately to provide input regarding the continuous improvement of each.
Perform Incoming inspection: Set up and inspect parts and materials, interpreting blueprint requirements, choosing the proper inspection equipment and techniques, and confirming conformance to specifications. This responsibility includes determination of the proper sample size, and stratifying the lot of materials to obtain a representative sample to inspect.
Control Nonconforming Material: Transport conforming parts to inventory, including all necessary computer transactions and written record completion. For materials found to be nonconforming, this responsibility includes the generation of "nonconforming material reports", requiring a technically accurate description of the anomalies.
Conduct Manufacturing Audits: Perform Quality Control in-process inspections & audits necessary to support Instrument Manufacturing. This responsibility includes assessment of subassemblies, finished devices, and the assembly & test processes for conformance to documented requirements.
Execute Product Release: Perform final inspections of completed medical devices and accessories, including the detailed review of the Device History Record package to confirm the completeness and accuracy of records prior to formally releasing the instrument for distribution.
Perform First Article Inspections: on complex mechanical & electrical parts. This responsibility includes interpreting blueprint requirements, choosing the proper inspection equipment and techniques, and confirming conformance to specifications.
Mrieux Behaviors, including: Reasonable, reliable attendance and punctuality is an essential job function required for this position.
Temporary modification to provide reasonable accommodations do not waive any essential functions of the job requirements.
Required: Two year technical degree and at least ten years related experience. Mathematical abilities, including trigonometry.
Ability to use precision mechanical measuring instruments, coordinate measuring machine, optical comparators, microscopes, measure scopes, meters and other various electrical test equipment.
Ability to read and interpret complex blueprints, a plus would be the knowledge of Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T).
Computer literacy adequate to interface with the bio
Mrieux' s MRP system, the NCMR (Nonconforming Material Report) system, interoffice e-mail, MS Excel and MS Word.
Familiarity with instruments and accessories being manufactured.
Knowledge of the company's quality system, and all applicable procedures.
Ability to communicate criticism in a manner that avoids hard feelings, and ability to advocate quality improvements in a manner that will foster concurrence rather than resistance.
Ability to work with little or no supervision and to complete projects in a timely fashion.
Ability to be a leader in groups of peers from production and QC.
Effective verbal and written communication skills.
Problem solving and analysis skills.
Mrieux is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. M/F/Vet/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity.