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Job Title

Compliance Specialist

Employer

CPL

Location

Tipperary

Description

On behalf of our Pharmaceutical Client in Co Tipperary, we are currently sourcing a Compliance Specialist to join their Team. EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS. • Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in a science / quality -based discipline with a minimum of 10 years’ experience in a pharmaceutical finished drug product manufacturing environment with working knowledge of EU GMP, US FDA, Other Guidelines/Regulations. TECHNICAL SKILL. • Excellent knowledge and understanding of current / pending EU GMP and US FDA regulations, standards and requirements for Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients, Excipients, Drug Products, Devices /Combination /Sterile Products, etc. and ensuring compliance with same. • Excellent professional / technical writing skills and computer literacy SOFT SKILL • Strong communication and presentation skills (verbal / written) • A proven self-starter with advanced organisational skills and attention to detail. • Strong people skills, with the ability to work co-operatively and effectively with others to establish and maintain good working relationships. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: • Co-ordinating the Complaints / Quality Defect Reporting Systems, including but not limited to the initiation of complaint /Quality Defect Reports (QDRs), consulting with relevant parties, leading/participating in investigations, agreeing appropriate CAPA etc. • Identifying and communicating to Quality leadership issues that may impact product quality, safety, efficacy, regulatory compliance, or business continuity which have arisen from a supplier or other element of the role. • Reviewing / leading Investigations / Root Cause Analysis / Quality Risk Management exercises to ensure any such investigations are documented appropriately with relevant CAPA, if necessary. • Co-ordinating of local regulatory activities including update/ maintenance of the Site Master File, the company manufacturing authorisations, and other relevant documents. • Co-ordinating of the Supplier Quality Management System, including conducting supplier audits, reviewing supplier documentation, generating / reviewing Quality Agreements, co-ordination of the supplier notification system, conducting periodic reviews of suppliers etc. • Co-ordinating any site regulatory audit readiness programs, including managing the front room, collating audit responses, agreeing CAPA, etc. • Supporting QP certification activities (i.e., batch record review, IMP Order authorisation, Product Specification File maintenance, etc.) • Ensuring all QMS commitments are met by conducting the required actions, providing all necessary supporting documentation etc. • Supporting the review and approval of Quality System /Compliance documents e.g., Deviations, Change Controls, CAPA, SOPs, Protocols, Reports etc. • Co-ordinating and participating in the company self-inspection system, including conducting walkdowns /process /internal audits, authoring reports, consulting with stakeholders, agreeing appropriate CAPA, conducting trend analysis etc. • To identify, develop, establish, implement, maintain, and continually improve quality processes, methodologies, systems, and practices to meet regulatory and corporate requirements. • Generating /Updating Quality Procedures and other documents to ensure current best practices. • Supporting New Project Introduction /Technology Transfer projects as required. • Preparing Annual Product Quality review reports. • Supporting the Quality Management Review process by providing required KPI data, etc. • Supporting / leading projects including working as part of a multidisciplinary team as required. • Contributing to the overall improvement of the company from a Quality / GMP / Compliance perspective with an emphasis on continuous improvement of the quality system. • Any other duties assigned by Quality Management. If you have the above skills & experience, please contact catriona.duggan@cpl.ie / Tele: 087 2419644.

Date Added

249 days ago

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