Quality Assurance Reviewer (Office Position, 1st shift)

LLOYD, INC   Shenandoah, IA   Full-time     Manufacturing / Production / Operations
Posted on July 18, 2022

Quality Assurance Reviewer (Office Position, 1st shift)

Join LLOYD, Inc., a company with new products and opportunities!

A small family owned pharmaceutical company located in a small Midwest town in Iowa, is a well-established manufacturer and marketer of nutritional and pharmaceutical products and employs approximately 95. Operations are currently certified for both animal and human products. This company is located approximately 1 hour from Omaha, NE, and 2 hours from Kansas City, MO.


This full time position comes with a full benefit package after 90 days including health, dental, vision and life insurance.  It also comes with a 401K plan, short term & long term disability and a generous PTO plan as well as opportunities for advancement within the organization.  This position works Monday through Friday. Starting salary >$40,000 and negotiable based on experience and education.  



The Quality Assurance Reviewer is responsible for monitoring functions which are mandated by the Food and Drug (FDA) Administration, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and Corporate Operating Procedures (COPs).





        Required: High School diploma with preference for at least 2 years of college in physical sciences

        Preferred: Associates or BS in Mathematics, Physical Sciences or Biology





        Required: A minimum of 3-5 years working experience

        Preferred: Quality assurance experience in a drug, medical device or other regulated industry.



  1. Able to follow oral and written instructions
  2. Must be detail-minded and possess a reasonable degree of manual dexterity
  3. Must be able to keep accurate, legible records
  4. Has basic knowledge of manufacturing and packaging.
  5. Understanding of the flow of materials and products through manufacturing.
  6. Has knowledge of applicable LLOYD, Inc., manufacturing, Quality Assurance, and Quality Control Standard Operating Procedures
  7. Has knowledge of cGMP regulations (21 CFR 210 and 211)



     Body positions: Sitting and standing

     Body movements: Walking; bending at the waist; kneeling down; stooping; turning head and torso; bending and flexing arms, wrists, and fingers; grasping objects in hands; lifting of 15 lb.

     Body senses: Must have adequate body senses to perform the requirements of the job



     Mathematics: Must be able to understand and perform basic arithmetic computations as demonstrated by successfully passing tests in mathematics; must be able to learn and utilize basic statistical methodologies

     Language: Must be able to read, write, and speak English well enough to communicate effectively and to correspond and follow directions precisely

     Mechanical: Must be able to handle balances, counting and calibration equipment

     Spatial: Must have the ability to observe and notice abnormal physical conditions

     Reasoning: Must be able to conduct and interpret various scientific tests and abnormal conditions in records and printed data and labeling

     Computers: Must be able to learn to operate a computer, using information management systems and other established programs



    Most work is performed in an enclosed, environmentally controlled facility. Minimal exposure to chemicals may be necessary when products are sampled.



     Has the authority to take action to meet the responsibilities and perform the duties described herein within the limitations established in the COPs, cGMPs, and SOPs. In case of a variance or deviations from normal operating procedures, the reviewer must notify QA Management to conduct an immediate preliminary Variance Investigation



     The Quality Assurance Reviewer is responsible for monitoring functions for which qualifications have been established as designated below in Specific Duties & Tasks



  1. Release of In-Process and Finished Products
  2. Reviewing Validation procedures and results in compounding, powder and liquid filling, and tablet compression, filling, and packaging
  3. Reviewing new equipment and periodic equipment qualifications, including installation, Operation and Process Qualifications
  4. Completing Quality Control Unit Final Record Review Checklist                           
  5. Final Review of all production records
  6. Performing and evaluating Variance Investigations
  7. Review stability data generated by Quality Control for submissions
  8. Review new, revised, and re-printed labeling prior to ordering for use in production labeling operations
  9. Review new, revised, and re-printed labeling after receipt for use in production labeling operations
  10. Release of raw materials after Quality Control Testing
  11. Review of Master Batch Production Orders including: compounding instructions, compression, filling, and labeling
  12. Completion of the Annual Drug Product reviews
  13. Generate Certificate of Manufacture for export products, if required



  1. Seek guidance and direction as necessary for the duties performed
  2. Make the best use of time during the shift
  3. Provide proper advance notice of absence
  4. Assume responsibility for staying aware of policy or procedure changes



  1. Timely completion of work assignments
  2. Accuracy and completeness of work performed
  3. Neatness and cleanliness of work area
  4. Proper maintenance of technical equipment and instruments
  5. Cooperation and promotion of teamwork within the QAU and between Quality Control and Production Departments