Quality Assurance Specialist
27th November 2019
Do you have experience in sterile product manufacture? Do you have substantial experience in the quality functions with in pharmaceutical industry?
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Quality Assurance Specialist to join our Quality team on a permanent contract.
Is this you? What are you waiting for apply now!
A day in the life of a Quality Assurance Specialist
As a Quality Assurance Specialist at Wockhardt, your role will be to ensure that products are manufactured and processed in accordance with company, corporate and international standards with respect to cGMP, product safety, quality and efficacy.You will work closely with production and engineering teams to ensure that current industry standards are applied to the manufacture of sterile pharmaceutical products, taking a lead within the QA department to plan and organise work to agreed deadlines, including management and support for manufacturing/engineering teams in relation to non-conformances and non-conforming product, to meet the requirements of cGMP and equivalent standards as appropriate.
What we're looking for;
You will be experienced in the current industry standards for finished product release, which practical experience in risk management, internal audit, non-conformances, deviations and CAPA. You will have experience in the use of risk assessment procedures as described in Industry guidelines such as ICH Q9 in order to determine the requirements of processes required to achieve a satisfactory product. You will have the drive and desire to make positive change and the ability to lead teams to deliver improvements, in compliance with all relevant regulations to reduce risk and to ensure patient safety and product efficacy.You will have a degree (or equivalent) in a scientific discipline, with substantial experience in the pharmaceutical industry, preferably with experience within a quality function, including some auditing experience. Other key skills are a keen eye for detail and effective written and verbal communication skills.Experience of process improvement techniques would be an advantage.
What's in it for you?
You will be literate and numerate, demonstrating enthusiasm, as well as being committed and self-motivated with a keen eye for detail and pride in your work. You will have experience in a Warehouse environment previously, and ideally be competent in fork lift truck duties. Knowledge of administration and computer systems is essential for this role although training will be given. A previous experience of working in a GDP environment and an interest in workplace health & safety would be an advantage
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