Quality Control Manager

Posted 22 November 2021
Up to £24.00 per hour
Job type Contract
DisciplineLife Sciences

Job description

Quality Control Manager required for a 6nth contract for a multi national healthcare company specialising in drugs to treat kidney disease. This role would suit someone with excellent people maangement skills and with a change lead and implementation background

Location; Liverpool

Job role
The Quality Control Manager is responsible for the overseeing testing of release, raw materials, stability and investigational testing within Quality Control in both Chemistry and Microbiology at the manufacturing Liverpool site. This position will work closely with QA and plant management teams to assure material manufactured meets the registered specification and the test methods used are validated and compliant to the current pharmacopeia's and maintained compliance with Baxter Corporate requirements.
Duties & Responsibilities
· Responsible for the execution of Chemistry investigations on a plant-wide basis using the Trackwise system
· Initiates and drives Process Changes using the change control management process
· Maintains and updates SOPs
· Review of data and test records to Pharmacopeia standards
· Supports and encourages their team with continuous improvements within the laboratory
· Responsible for maintaining external PM/repairs and reviewing reports
· Timely reporting of Non-Conformances, Exceptions and Changes
· Responsible for maintaining the stability program including reporting
· Responsible for maintaining the EHS program
· Responsible for ensuring testing is scheduled and executed to meet the batch release cycle time.
· Responsible for Data Integrity and ALOCA+ within the Laboratory environment
· Responsible for the IOQ and validation of new instruments and methods within the QC footprint.
· Responsible for ensuring all electronic audit trails are reviewed
· Responsible for ensuring that all instruments are routinely backed up and archived in line with Baxter retention policy.

Experience Required
· A minimum of 5 years' experience of working within a laboratory
· Experience in a healthcare manufacturing environment
· Relevant experience gained in a GLP / GMP environment and knowledge of current EU / FDA GMP regulations would be an advantage
· Preferably qualified to IOSHH
· Lean laboratory experience and proven ability to use and deploy lean tools
· Experience with Electronic Laboratory Information Management systems
· Experience with Data acquisition systems such as Empower3
· Experience in Data Integrity and ALCOA+

Technical skills

Hours 40 hrs per week.
£24.00 per hour

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