Responsible for reviewing and approving quality investigations and associated documentation.Assures that quality documentation meets cGMP and regulatory requirements to assure safety, identity, strength and quality of the product and associated processes.
Drives corrective and preventive action (CAPA) identification.
Review and approve investigation documentation.Provide guidance identifying potential product impact and determine final product disposition through Exception Report/Quality Assurance Report approval.
Provides guidance on remediation and developing corrective and preventive action (CAPA) plans. Lead the successful closure of CAPAs through collaboration with peers in operations and other departments.
Function as a quality representative as needed supporting the reduction of incident initiation and continuous improvement of the system of quality investigations
Provide Investigations training as required in conjunction with other plant Quality colleagues.
Provide real-time guidance on incident classification and proper actions to mitigate and limit potential product impact.
Bachelor Degree in Scientific/ Technical Field(i.e. Chemistry, Biology, Quality or Engineering).
A minimum of 3 years professional experience in Quality or Operations, primarily in a cGMP facility, or equivalent is needed to meet the objectives of this position.Requires thorough knowledge of cGMPs.Effective communication skills are required, both written and verbal.Effective project management skills and demonstrated ability to manage multiple competing priorities.
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Last Date to Apply for Job: July 1, 2019
Eligible for Relocation Package
N (Other) (United States of America)
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