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Quality Assurance Associate II (2nd Shift)

Job Location
5555 Airport Blvd
Boulder, CO 80301
United States
Job Description

Job Description

Agilent inspires and supports discoveries that advance the quality of life. We provide life science, diagnostic and applied market laboratories worldwide with instruments, services, consumables, applications and expertise. Agilent enables customers to gain the answers and insights they seek -- so they can do what they do best: improve the world around us. Information about Agilent is available at

Ensures that high-quality products are crafted, engineered and manufactured by Agilent, in conformance with required standards and regulations. This Quality position supports the Frederick site on a 24/7 rotating Pittman schedule.

The Quality Assurance Associate II works on quality department assignments with clearly defined objectives, solving problems of limited scope and complexity. In this role you will review documentation and batch records, and provides on-the-floor support to the manufacturing team. in addition, tasks involved with this position include:

  • Raw material review and release
  • Nonconformance record support
  • Review of work orders
  • Completion of task related to lot release
  • Additional tasks as required

This position is on the evening-night shift, on the Pittman schedule (will be working 2 on, 2 off, 3 on...)


ShiftHalf Swing/Half Sunrise ShiftQualifications

  • Bachelors or Masters Degree or University Degree or equivalent.
  • 2+ years of relevant experience
  • Prior GMP experience from pharmaceutical or biotech industry

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