An international pharmaceutical and services company is advertising a vacancy for a QA Manager to be based in their office in Singapore. The organisation focuses on providing ethical access to medicines and delivering them through three areas of global medicine supplies: clinical trial, unlicensed, and licensed medicines. This is an exciting opportunity to with a global establishment and provide real expertise in the QA field.
- Evaluating and classifying all proposed changes affecting the Quality Management System.
- Taking a leading role in the Change Control Board meetings.
- Tracking the implementation of all changes against agreed Change Control Action Plans.
- Applying the principles of Quality Risk Management with respect to Premises, Equipment, Computerised Systems, Processes, Qualification, and Transportation.
- Identifying, assessing, controlling, communicating, and reviewing risks to the quality of medicinal products.
- Recording and classifying all deviations from written instructions, requirements of GDP and GMP, or an unexpected event.
- Investigating all deviations and record root cause, impact assessment, and trend analysis.
- Identifying corrective and preventive actions, as well as system improvements.
- Ensuring that corrective action is implemented in a compliant and timely manner.
- Creating, controlling, and maintaining documentation and formal systems to safeguard the Company's data records.
- Developing and maintaining the SOPs and other controlled documents.
- Ensuring Forms, Policies, and SOPs are kept up to date and are easily accessible by all staff.
- Developing and periodically reviewing the processes and documentation of the Quality Management System.
- Supplying quality documentation to partners and relevant government agencies.
- Providing training to relevant company employees in the Code of GDP, GMP, SOPs, and other necessary procedures.
- Maintaining training records.
- Participating in internal and external training as required, to ensure Quality Assurance practices are up to date and compliant with best practice and legislation requirements.
- Organising and performing internal compliance inspections.
- Ensuring all facilities are appropriately licensed and that the company personnel adhere to appropriate local regulations.
- Inspecting Packaging/labels/printed materials.
- Authorising the release of incoming stock after determination of compliance.
- Inspecting returned goods.
- Maintaining and reviewing complaints databases.
- Logging all entries and process responses, coordinating with Med Info and Customer Service if required.
- Segregating and reconciling rejected stock.
- Undertaking special projects and investigations as defined by the company.
- Ensuring that filing and documentation is up-to-date and is compliant with standard processes and formats.
- Completing required reports within designated timeframes.
- Participating in meetings as needed
- Liaising with management and staff to ensure projects are conducted efficiently.
- Communicating with staff & management using proper channels.
- Ensuring all authorised written procedures are followed accurately and report any deviations to the Compliance and Commercialisation Director.
- Assisting in identifying and solving compliance issues within the Company.
- Maintaining high standards of cleanliness, tidiness, and organisation of work areas.
- Ensuring that the facilities are appropriately licensed and that the company adheres to appropriate local regulations and company standards.
- Maintaining a current and comprehensive knowledge of relevant competitors and general products.
- Attending relevant industry conferences to expand knowledge of relevant therapeutic areas.
Skills and Requirements:
- Tertiary qualifications in Pharmacy, Science, or other Technical discipline.
- Demonstrable experience in Quality Assurance within the Pharmaceutical Wholesaling industry (at least 7 years preferred).
- Exposure to QA in an operational capacity.
- Demonstrable experience in secondary packaging processes.
- Significant experience of working within a GDP and GMP Quality Management Systems, with an understanding of facility design and operations.
- Experience in delivery staff training desirable.
- Auditing experience. Qualifications are highly desirable.
- Demonstrable multitasking, project management, and execution skills.
- Good interpersonal skills, including communication, presentation, persuasion, and influence.
- Good organisational skills, including efficiency, punctuality, and collaboration in a team environment.
- Proficiency with computer skills, such as MS Office.
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Proclinical Staffing is a specialist employment agency and recruitment business, providing job opportunities within major pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies.
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