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Material Review Board (MRB) Coordinator

Job Description SummaryThe Material Review Board (MRB) Coordinator provides specialized services and support to the instrument plant and Quality organization. The associate will use SAP 6.0 to manage non-conforming material. May maintain the specific portions of an enterprise system; may engage in data management; may also perform in-process audits and inspections in conformance
with drawings, Engineering Change Order, workmanship standards and BD policies and procedures.
Job Description
Responsibilities:
Create Quality Notifications (QNs), and update in a timely manner.
Block/Unblock material in SAP, and move to the proper Production Staging Area (PSA), both in SAP and physically.
Audit non-conforming materials, and assist in plant audits of materials.
Process dispositioned material.
Assign tasks in SAP for non-conforming material.
Participate in MRB meetings.
Verify nonconforming material is blocked in SAP and in the appropriated PSA.
Clerical duties such as printing and filing reports, red tags, completed forms.
Provide Support to Quality, Engineering, Purchasing and other functions, as needed
Other duties as assigned.
Knowledge / Skills:
Knowledge of Microsoft Office software applications and the ability to navigate in SA
Knowledge of quality systems regulations. (ISO, FDA
Effective communication skills both written and verbal
Good organizational skills and demonstrated ability to perform multiple tasks and time management
Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
Ability to lift up to 50 pounds on a regular basis.
Education:
High school graduate or equivalent with supplemental course work and or knowledge in appropriate software applications; Word, Excel, and Access).
Two year Associates Degree preferred.
Experience:
Knowledge in appropriate software applications (i.e. SAP, Word, Excel, and Access).
Primary Work LocationUSA MD - Baltimore
Additional Locations
Work Shift1st Shift 730am-4pm (United States of America)



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