Quality Auditor - Glasgow

Job Ref: J32248
Sector: Science
Sub-sector: Biotech/Life Sciences
Job Type: Permanent
Date Added: 11 June 2019
  • Glasgow, Scotland, UK West of Scotland Science Park Glasgow Glasgow UK G20 0XA
  • Competitive
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  • Pamela Mackie
  • 0141 847 0319
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Quality Auditor - Glasgow

Do you have previous experience as a Quality Auditor within the biopharmaceutical industry? Can you perform well in a fast paced environment?

Can you work well in a team and also independently on your own initiative? Do you appreciate strong Company values? Then you will fit in well with our client - Sartorius Stedim BioOutsource Ltd.

The post of Quality Auditor is a key supporting role in the Quality Department, reporting to the Quality Team Leader.

What you can look forward to achieving

  • The Quality Auditor will work closely with the Quality and the Operations team to ensure that the GxP quality systems are adhered to and followed by all staff.
  • Amongst other duties, tasks will include:
    • Performing internal audit functions
    • Reviewing and approving study raw data
    • Approval of facility and process qualification/validation procedures and documents (facility, equipment, software, materials, personnel, etc.) according to GxP requirements
    • Reviewing of Environmental Monitoring results/reports
    • Reviewing and approving all laboratory and other GMP, GLP and GCP documentation
    • Assessing suppliers
    • Assess impact of deviations and provide guidance, support and co-ordination of CAPA
    • Review equipment validation documentation

In return our client can offer you a competitive salary, a generous benefits package, full on the job training, and significant opportunity for personal growth and development within a rapidly expanding successful CRO.

Skills and experience that you need to bring to the Company:

  • A degree in a relevant scientific discipline and/or Quality experience, preferably within a GMP or GLP environment with an understanding, and experience, of applying EU and US GMP and /or GLP regulations
  • Extremely organised approach is required coupled with the ability to influence without authority
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills coupled with the ability to prioritise multiple tasks and have the confidence to challenge existing systems & processes.
  • Competent in Word, Excel and PowerPoint

This is a great opportunity to be part of a modern, dynamic business and would offer the right person excellent career development opportunities.

Please apply online or contact Pamela for further information.

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