In Quality Assurance (QA), after an intensive induction period you will be responsible for product release and thus accountable to the authorities for ensuring that all quality standards have been met. In the event of complaints, you will ensure that the correct procedure is followed. You will evaluate and monitor suppliers and also carry out quality audits. You will support in-house production and the control laboratories on matters relating to GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice), for example by giving training courses or conducting internal audits. You will also be responsible for investigating and solving problems arising from deviations from quality standards, and for the subsequent initiation of the necessary corrective measures. Last but not least, your remit includes the maintenance and ongoing adaptation of the quality assurance system in line with official requirements. And as well as dealing with issues directly related to your field, you will also be responsible for leading Task Forces.
What qualifications should you have?
- A degree in a scientific discipline (ideally also a doctorate)
- Professional experience in quality assurance and/or pharmaceutical products, as well as in carrying out autonomous audits
- A flexible, open, decisive and outgoing personality
- Initiative and assertiveness
- Excellent GMP, PC and language skills (English, German)