Graduate QA Analyst

Posted By: George Hixon
Salary: £20,400 - £25,000
Location: Cramlington, Northumberland
Job Type: Temporary
Category: Pharmaceutical

Central Employment is delighted to present a graduate opportunity working in a global pharmaceutical business. The opportunity will be working in the Quality Assurance team creating, monitoring and implementing Quality systems that are required in a pharmaceutical manufacturer. This is an excellent opportunity to join a leading business, understanding the importance of quality, compliance and the systems that underpin and create the foundations for all regulatory requirements. I’m looking for candidates with a scientific degree, looking to build a career in pharmaceuticals and QA.

Key Responsibilities 

  • Provide Quality support for regulatory, global QMS and site QMS requirements. Proactively build Quality into site / department processes, systems and strategies to enable a state of permanent inspection readiness.
  • Ability to lead and/or participate in projects liaising with internal and external customers / stakeholders effectively and efficiently. Lead and participate in compliance and continuous improvement activities.
  • Develop proactive relationships with key stakeholders, (internally & externally) and perform all activities in accordance with cGMP requirements.

Maintain systems to provide assurance to Site Management of ongoing compliance to applicable Organon and regulatory requirements, including:
Analytical Standards (inc related analytical change requests)

General Methods

Compendial review support activities

Residual Solvent oversight

  • Ensure governance and team compliance through company processes, business practices and SOPs to deliver on business goals with the highest level of ethics and integrity.
  • Take accountability for self-development; ensure understanding and application of policies and procedures to enable success for the organisation and to respond to the needs of the business.
  • Provide Support with Audit/inspection requirements to ensure site and department compliance/readiness

Essential Requirements 

  • University degree in Chemistry, Pharmacy or other scientific or statistical discipline or equivalent.

The Person

  • Good written and spoken communication skills and ability to work in and lead cross-functional teams.
  • Ability to form good working relationships with other functional groups.
  • Attention to detail and well-organised approach to working.
  • Ability to be decisive and influence across disciplines and all levels with demonstrated leadership skills to drive change in a compliance culture.
  • Ability to lead and implement multiple projects/tasks simultaneously with competing and/or changing priorities; effective time management.
  • Ability to influence areas not under direct control to achieve objectives and effectively communicate challenging goals.

This role is an immediate start so please apply online (attaching your CV) as soon as possible. Please be advised that due to the high volume of applications we receive, we are unable to respond to each application individually, please be assured that we will contact all applicants selected for interview in due course. Central Employment are an equal opportunities Employer.

 

 

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