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Quality Assurance Specialist



Quality Assurance Specialist
Kansas City, Missouri
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QA Specialist – Kansas City, MO  

Kelly® Science & Clinical is seeking Kelly Science and Clinical is currently recruiting for a qualified, permanent or temporary to permanent, Logistics Operator I in Kansas City, MO. If you are passionate about bringing the latest scientific discoveries to life and are ready to take the next step in your career, trust The Experts at Hiring Experts.

Salary/Pay Rate/Compensation:
$20/hr + and based on experience


This client is a growing pharmaceutical manufacturing company that specializes in developing the best pharmaceuticals for patient use. The QA Specialist I is responsible for assuring the identity, strength, quality, safety and purity of the drugs that are prepared, manufactured, packaged and enforcing compliance with current cGMP practices including raw materials sampling and release, retain sampling and retention, batch record review, and finished product release.

Hours: Mon – Fri, 8AM – 430PM with 30 min lunch


  • Performs quality clearance for rooms, equipment, ancillary parts for packaging process & granulation/blending
  • Carries out inspections during the packaging processes, compression/encapsulation process & granulation/blending
  • Performs AQL as required to support the product quality
  • Handles retention samples and logging, as well as upkeep of the room
  • Assist in ensuring production area is always ready to in state of inspection
  • Performs initial batch record review during active processing to identify discrepancy or deviations
  • Notifies management with a discrepancy or deviations, and provides support to the investigation team
  • Provides support in clearance and inspection for compression/encapsulation
  • Provides support in issuance of labeling materials and label control activities
  • Follows, monitors and enforces overall cGMP compliance requirements as specified in SOPs and batch records for weighing, packaging, and in process granulation
  • Assists with new and revised procedures/forms as necessary
  • Ensures that current practices are accurately documented and adequately followed
  • Performs other duties as assigned


  • A High School Diploma/GED with 1-2 years’ relevant work experience in Quality or auditing, preferably in the pharmaceutical/manufacturing industries
  • Strong communication skills and presentation skills
  • Ability to use general office equipment and computer efficiency
  • Excellent attention to detail with advanced documentation skills
  • Laboratory environment with exposure to chemicals and testing materials
  • Production environment with moderate levels of noise
  • Exposure to moving parts and particles from the manufacturing process

What happens next:
Once you apply, you will proceed to next steps if your skills and experience look like a good fit. But do not worry – even if this position does not work out, you are still in our network. That means our team of expert Science & Clinical recruiters will have access to your profile, making your opportunities limitless.



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