Senior Quality Systems Officers
31st April 2019
Do you have experience in site quality systems? Are you an expert in cGMP, GAMP and other industry best practices? Do you have an excellent eye for detail?
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for two Senior Quality Systems Officers to join our Quality Systems team on permanent contracts.
Is this you? What are you waiting for apply now!
A day in the life of our Senior Quality Systems Officers......
As a Senior Quality Systems Officer at Wockhardt, you will be responsible for maintaining and improving site quality systems in line with company, corporate and international standards to support cGMP compliance and to meet business expectations.You will be responsible for leading the continuous improvement of site quality systems, such as Planned Change, Deviations, Complaints and Self-Inspection auditing through monitoring the effectiveness and level of site wide compliance, application of risk management, focussed initiatives and delivery of training, whilst maintaining associated GMP operating procedures and documentation. The role will also support the preparation of Technical Agreements and Annual Product Reviews together with any other reports and reviews necessary within the quality management system, which will require liaison with Clients and vendors to ensure all documentation is completed as defined by cGMP. You will provide support for other site projects, from a Quality Assurance perspective, including the validation of automated systems, by reviewing and approving where appropriate, project documentation including risk assessments, ensuring compliance with cGMP, company and other regulatory agency requirements.
What are we looking for:
You will have substantial experience within the pharmaceutical or equivalent quality assurance/control environment. You will have a thorough understanding of cGMP, GAMP and other current best practices, and also the ability to work with concepts and practices often outside the original area of academic qualification.You will have a degree (or equivalent) in a scientific discipline, membership of a recognised professional body (e.g. RSC) would be an advantage. Other key skills are a keen eye for detail, an inquisitive, analytical mindset, with effective written and verbal communication skills and the ability to use computer software systems, including Excel. The ability to use statistical techniques to analyse data would also be an advantage. You will have excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to take on a supervisory role.
What's in it for you?
Wockhardt offer an abundance of employee benefits and perks including; A generous pension, death in service benefit, enhanced holiday allowance, salary sacrifice Schemes, Wockhardt Rewards website, a Sports and Social club and on-going professional development to name but a few.
Where will you be working?
You will be working from our Wrexham based head office which is home to our FDA and MHRA approved sterile injectable manufacturing facility.Our Wrexham site has been awarded the Investors in People Silver award for our dedication to investing in our employees, and a Silver award from corporate health standards for promoting the health and well-being of our employees. A strong family feel, dedicated charity fundraising, fantastic potential for personal growth, and a solid benefits package make us a great place to work, so what are you waiting for apply now!
How to apply
If you are interested, please apply in writing, enclosing your CV to the Human Resources Department or alternatively, email your cv to email@example.com