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Location: Brampton DC




  • Ensuring Aurora's and the distribution centers policies and standard operating procedures (SOPs) are upheld throughout the distribution center by accurately reporting discrepancies and metrics
  • Perform delegated QAP duties (as required) as per corporate Aurora policies in collaboration with the Quality Assurance Manager
  • Monitors and completes inspections and paperwork for quality of incoming and outgoing in-process and final products and raw materials for Aurora
  • Lead and participate in all elements of the Quality Management System including but not limited to complaint investigations, change controls, CAPAs with the third-party logistics company, raw materials, the Quality team and other Aurora stakeholders as required
  • Lead and write SOPs, and work instructions as required
  • Collaborate and support third-party logistics company on Quality related issues and/or concerns
  • Lead and conduct internal audits of the Quality System and assurance of compliance of third-party processes and procedures
  • Act as an ambassador for regulatory and process compliance
  • Participate in the development of Receiving, Inventory, Shipping processes and SOPs with third-party logistics company
  • Participate in Health Canada and/or international and/or other third-party external audits
  • Verify electronic Cannabis inventory records via statistical inventory sampling
  • Perform on floor auditing of records including sanitation, logbooks, and records
  • Document’s inspection outcomes by completing detailed reports and performance records.
  • Backs up Quality Assurance Associate(s) responsible for coordinating and completing documentation for final product release
  • Communicate with Aurora cultivation and production sites to ensure all appropriate documentation such as Certificate of Conformances, Certificate of Analysis, Certificate of Manufacture (as needed) is available for final product release to provincial distributors and/or patients and/or exports (if required)
  • Participate in Self Inspection Process and Internal Audit Program
  • Utilize company SOPs and receiving controls to manage incoming controlled materials
  • Assist in ensuring GMP and Health Canada compliance throughout the facility
  • Actively and proactively engage in the ongoing management and improve of the QMS
  • Support the development and writing of compliant SOPs for Quality processes
  • Assist with conducting investigations regarding deviations or complaints, including gathering of data, and identification of root cause
  • Provide guidance to manufacturing with respect to GPP, GDP, and GMP
  • Build and maintain good working relationships with manufacturing to promote openness and compliance
  • Other duties as required




  • 1-3 years of experience in a similar, autonomous, inspection or auditing role
  • Highschool diploma or equivalent
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Quality experience in a regulated manufacturing environment
  • Degree or certificate in a science-related field preferred


We would like to thank all applications for their interest but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


If applicable, Aurora Human Resources will contact you via your email address provided. We do not contact candidates over Facebook or other Social Media apps. You will never be requested to provide confidential information such as banking information or your Social Insurance Number in the interview process.


Aurora is an equal opportunity employer. At Aurora, we are committed to do business inclusively and accommodate applicants with disabilities. If you require accommodation (including, but not limited to, an accessible interview site, alternate format of job posting) during the recruitment and selection process, please let our Recruitment team know.

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