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Food Safety Quality

Location:
Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Salary:
25 per hour
Posted:
September 24, 2020

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Gloria Palomino

***** ****** **** **., ****** Cucamonga, CA 91737 E-mail: adgdrw@r.postjobfree.com

Cell phone : 909-***-****

OBJECTIVE

To applied my knowledge and creativity to a growing company with many opportunities.

JOB EXPERIENCE:

SUNRICH FRESH FOODS, Inc. Corona, CA 02/2015 Up to 04/2020

Quality Assurance Technician

Support and drive culture of continuous improvement at the Company to create efficiencies and add value for the customer.

Ensure compliance to all food safety and quality policies including, but not limited to, HACCP, GMP’s, personal hygiene, storage and handling and allergen control.

Responsible to report any potential food safety concern to Production Management or Quality Assurance.

Ensure to produce good, safe and quality products to customers by monitoring and observing the compliance to plan cGMP and HACCP programs.

Provide feedback regarding product quality and working with the shift to ensure corrective actions are taken when necessary.

Monitor and verify HACCP, QC checklist and all production processes monitors are followed and completed on a timely manner according to the cGMP.

Perform raw Material Checks, micro tests as required.

Review and verify all QA paperwork and maintain all documentations in organized manner.

Observe on-site good manufacturing practices and communicate corrective action as required.

Calibrate pH, ORP and brix meters and thermometers.

Control Retain samples: maintaining and evaluating the reference samples throughout the shelf life and document any observations.

Monitor Shipping & receiving procedures.

Conduct routine process and product checks.

Oversee operation that procedures are being followed and clearly documented.

Pre-Operation verification and inspections.

Monthly Self Inspection is completed and corrected actions are taken.

Monitor finished product weights.

Enter and analyze data to perform trend analysis.

WELLINGTON FOODS, Inc. Corona, CA 03/2011- 02/2015

Quality Assurance Auditor, QC

Evaluating components products specifications and examining them in Staging Area and Compounding Area (Part Number, Lot Number and Expiration Date).

Ensure documented quality system including forms, logs, procedures, etc. are in place per requirements of current HACCP and GMP standard per the direction of the Director of Quality.

Maintain inspection/audit logs, files and related documentation as required by the Quality Management System and Quality System Regulations.

Verify that all quality control instruments (balances, pH, refractometers, thermometers, etc.) are properly calibrated and performing up to specifications.

Perform Pre-operations through all the Lines (Packaging Lines), monitoring the effectiveness of cleaning & sanitation (visual observation as well as using ATP bioluminescence method).

Verify that processing equipment has been properly cleaned and sanitized in the staging/weighing rooms, compounding/batching rooms, powder blending rooms, filler and packaging rooms, etc.

Prior to release the product to packaging area we have to understand, evaluate, and execute the tests of products and perform properly (PH, Brix, Specific Gravity, Titratable Acidity, Viscosity, LOD and Organoleptic test).

Release the Product and verify the component to Packaging Line ready to be packed, by checking Part number and Lot number of the product. Pull the First Article.

Monitoring performance lines during the packaging activities, by collecting random samples of finished products (test samples, stability samples, and reserve samples) through the process (Beg, Mid & End), and writing relevant information reports. Collect samples, conduct specified testing and report testing result.

Monitoring the concentration of sanitizers such as Peracetic acid (PAA), QUAT and ozone as applicable to ensure that the levels do not exceed or fall below specifications.

Maintaining and setting up documentation and control procedures.

Monitor temperatures, relative humidity within manufacturing, refrigeration, freezers and storage areas.

AMPHASTAR PHARMACEUTICAL Rancho Cucamonga, CA 05/2005 - 03/2011

Quality Assurance Monitor

Perform inspection activities using various techniques and methods to inspect for visual, dimensional and some physical test attributes. Using tools such as pH meter, conductivity meter, candling workstation, magnifier, micrometers, calipers, optical comparators, and scales.

Performs inspections activities using AQL system, to see the limit between acceptability and refusal products, in the areas of receiving, filling, packaging, support, compounding and retain areas.

Review the autoclave and oven temperature charts of equipment/component, and verify pressure differential equipment for the specified area.

Read and interpret materials, such as work orders, inspection manuals, and blueprints, to determine inspections and test procedures.

Validation of batch record sheets for accuracy to ensure that all manufacturing and QA requirements are documented accordance with GMP.

Ensure to document quality system including Rejection Reports and Corrective Action.

Production Areas (Retain Area and Finished Product Area).

Perform components check for correct parts against Bill of Material.

Ensure the Line for Packaging Area is clean and ready to run before to perform the Beginning challenge, collecting the First Article of the Finished Product, and Reserve samples to be storaged in the Retain Area.

To make sure that all the information is correct according to the product specifications before receiving and releasing Components and Raw Material for Production Area.

Perform Samples of Raw Material to different areas (Microbiology / Chemistry) using the correct verification of product weights.

HI-REL CONNECTORS Montclair, CA 04/00 - 12/04

Stockroom - Material Control / Quality Control Lead

Control and organize stockroom using a MRP computer system to keep parts and lists up-to-date.

Take component orders for assembly department.

Maintain inventory of parts for reordering as demand.

Interact with several departments to coordinate material movement.

Read and interprets material, such as work orders, inspection manuals, and blueprints to identify and determine inspection and test procedures.

Analyzes and interprets sample data.

Installs and position new or replacement parts and components.

Completes necessary procedures for conformance requirements and specifications.

Cleans and maintains test equipment and instruments to ensure proper functioning.

Test and measures finished products, components, or assemblies for functioning, operation, accuracy. Or assembly to verify functional specification.

Inspects materials, product and work in progress for conformance to specifications.

Collects samples for testing.

Marks items for acceptance or rejection and compares finding with specifications to ensure conformance to standards.

Discards or rejects products, materials, and equipment not meeting specifications.

Train new personnel for assisting the department and organizing stockroom.

MARMAM La Verne, CA 01/99 - 04/00

Machinist Operator Leader

Mold plastic parts with different dimensions.

Read Blueprints to identify the components parts.

Generate reports in a timely manner describing results of the process.

Tests and measures finished products, components or assemblies for functioning, operation and accuracy to verify adherence to functional specification.

Inform with lists of completed jobs to immediate supervisor.

Control Department Job flow.

Make sure job orders were done as per specifications.

KINDERCARE LEARNING CENTERS San Dimas, CA 6/87 — 8/90

Pre-School Teacher Assistant

Supervise school-aged children in academic instruction and head afterschool program under direction of school teacher.

Assist with lesson plans for each day.

Also help evaluate children.

EDUCATION:

CHAFFEY COLLEGE Rancho Cucamonga, CA

Use of Computers

Microsoft Windows, Office Professional (Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint)

CITRUS COLLEGE Glendora, CA

English

Basic Computers Skill

UNIVERSIDAD SAGRADO CORAZON FEMENINA Lima, Peru

Psychology Bachelor’s Degree

SPECIAL SKILLS:

Bi Lingual (English & Spanish) Read, write and speak.

15 Years of practical experience in GMP/ GDP manufacturing facility.

Some Familiar and knowledge of laboratory techniques.

Experience using MRP system to maintain inventory control.

Read Blueprints

Extensive Computer Skills, Microsoft Windows, MS Office Professional, Database, Spreadsheets.

Sterilization Method.

Design Flow Charts for processing of products.

A person with good attitude to adapt to any working environment.

Communicate with other teams to make a safety and friendly work environment.

Be a role model during performances, and in continuous improvement projects.

Organize groups of people to work more efficiently.

Look for ways to make a difference, and create new value.

Embrace change and be open to new ideas.

Support and guide new products and processes to employees.

Willing to learn and be trained in new program, process and new course.

Aerobics, Tai chi

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