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J&J Family of Companies Quality Scientist - Calibration (18-Months Contract) in Guelph, Ontario

Quality Scientist - Calibration (18-Months Contract) - 2307008203W


Kenvue, is currently recruiting for:

Quality Scientist - Calibration

for an 18- months contract for the day shift. This position reports to the Compliance Lead, Plant Quality and is based at Guelph, Ontario.

Who we are

At Kenvue ( , we believe there is extraordinary power in everyday care. Built on over a century of heritage and propelled forward by science, our iconic brands—including NEUTROGENA ® , AVEENO ® , TYLENOL ® , LISTERINE ® , JOHNSON’S ® and BAND-AID ® —are category leaders trusted by millions of consumers who use our products to improve their daily lives. Our employees share a digital-first mindset, an approach to innovation grounded in deep human insights, and a commitment to continually earning a place for our products in consumers’ hearts and homes.

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What will you do

The Quality Scientist 1 - Calibration will provide support to the growth and strategic business objectives of Kenvue and Johnson & Johnson, with a focus on laboratory equipment calibrations and qualifications to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of the site calibration program. You will perform a variety of assigned calibrations\routine tasks, lead\execute improvement initiatives and train site end users in accordance with all applicable federal, provincial, and local laws/regulations, the Companies’ policies, and established procedures and guidelines.

Key Responsibilities

  • Exercise the highest level of integrity and a safety-first approach in the tasks performed

  • Display a behaviour of involvement and dedication to doing the job right the first time

  • Complete all required training on time

  • Adhere to strict compliance with procedures applicable to role and take ownership for procedural review and updates

Equipment Calibration:

  • Complete all assigned calibrations daily, in accordance with internal team standards, GMP’s, safety requirements and applicable procedures

  • Review calibration records for accuracy, strict adherence to applicable procedures and closure of all associated investigations prior to equipment release

  • Actively participate in team and department\project meetings, and daily communication with team members and partners to bring up issues, manage requests and provide technical expertise

  • Independently generate system reports (Non-Conformances, Near Miss/Accident Reports, Change Controls) as required

  • Review all assigned PM/Calibration logs to ensure they are complete, accurate and that any issues / gaps are highlighted immediately to the Calibration Supervisor

  • Identify, report, and seek correction for deviations noted in the workplace. Assume ownership/leadership of deviations and corrective/preventative actions.

  • Assist in handling the disposal of chemicals in accordance with current EH&S requirements and internal practices

  • Maintain and create CMMS (i.e. Maximo) records

  • Take ownership for repairs of failed calibration equipment and ensure timely release back into use

Process\Cost Improvements:

  • Provide technical guidance and maintenance insights

  • Exercise individual initiative and effort to continually evaluate equipment performance, increase self-proficiency through individual study effort, and review of available technical data

  • Perform regular assessment and lead\assist in implementation of innovative ways to continuously improve processes, ensure maximal equipment uptime and reduce overall calibration costs

  • Identify technical risks of failure\damage within area of responsibility (i.e. Laboratory, Facility or Shop Floor) and advance as appropriate

  • Identify and assists with opportunities for cross-functional team and end user training

External Vendors\Contractors:

  • Ensure sourcing of calibration supplies, test equipment, scheduling and coordination\shipping with external vendors are completed in a timely manner

  • Coordinate service purchase order creation activities with internal partners

  • Responsible for on-site contractor safety training and adherence to safe practices


What we are looking for

Education, Experience and Skills:

Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Science degree (or equivalent)

  • Understanding of Good Manufacturing Processes and documentation

Desired Qualifications

  • Proven experience with Equipment Qualification, technical writing and use of formal troubleshooting tools.

  • Able to clearly communicate technical information to audiences with varying levels of technical expertise

  • Strong oral and written communication; with a strong interest in problem solving analytical equipment issues

  • Good computer skills. Experience with resource planning systems (i.e. Maximo, SAP PM) and building automation software (i.e. Siemens Apogee)

  • Experience with and knowledge of Microsoft Office tools (Excel, Word, Outlook)

What’s in it for you

  • Competitive Benefit Package

  • Paid Company Holidays, Paid Vacation, Volunteer Time & More!

  • Learning & Development Opportunities

  • Employee Resource Groups

Diversity and inclusion are central elements of the shared culture across the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies. Attracting, developing and retaining a workforce that reflects the diversity of our customers and communities is essential to our success. We are committed to providing a respectful, inclusive and accessible work environment where all employees have the opportunity to achieve their potential.


Primary Location NA-CA-Ontario-Guelph

Organization Johnson & Johnson Inc.

Travel No

Job Function Quality Control

Req ID: 2307008203W