What you need to know. You will work as a QP Manager for our client, a leading pharmaceutical manufacturer based in North Dublin. This is a permanent role. Your new job. Key duties and responsibilities. To lead and manage the QPs, Operational Compliance and dispatch team to meet both site and regional KPIs and objectives. Provide leadership to this team that leads to the achievement of company and site objectives, in terms of quality, compliance, service, cost and safety. The Qualified Person (QP) Manager is responsible for the disposition and release of product manufactured and/or packaged (inclusive of Investigational Medicinal Products (IMPs) manufactured by Technical Development on site. The QP Manager is responsible for the following: To ensure that the Marketing Authorisation and Manufacturing Authorisation requirements for the medicinal product have been met for the batch concerned. That the principles and guidelines of GMP and have been followed. To manage the QP team as described above, to meet site, regional and global strategic goals and key performance indicators. To ensure the independence of the QP team in decisions on Quality related matters. To organise and resource the QP, OC and Dispatch teams to meet current and future business demands. Source and implement Quality Management tools to support improvements in Business Processes. To provide a service to internal Departments at the site and suppliers/affiliates for Quality related queries. Provide leadership to the QP team with regard to annual individual objective setting and measurement, creation and management of development plans, career planning guidance and coaching. Includes regular communication and feedback to the QP team. Proactively ensure that all Health, Safety and Environmental responsibilities are carried out according to HSE Regulations and Plans. The QP Manager will take actions necessary to maintain and extend the QP team’s technical and professional competence and to ensure that they have a thorough understanding of any new product or process prior to conducting batch release of products. Responsible for the handling and storage of Controlled Drugs in accordance with relevant procedures, ensuring product security. Support the implementation of the Operational Excellence Programme on the site by encouraging your staff to identify, lead and implement improvements. To act as change agent by gaining support for and driving sustainable improvements to ways of work. Any other duties as assigned by the Quality Director. What are we looking for? Third Level Science Qualification, excellent understanding of Pharmaceutical regulations/GMPs and five to ten year’s pharmaceutical and management experience. Qualified Person status. Ability to carry out reasoning to ensure that correct actions are taken. Ability to lead, motivate and develop individuals and teams. Must be able to manage a team to deliver achievable, time-phased targets. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Apply for this job now or get in touch with Joanne on 01 4690901. Matrix Recruitment Group is committed to providing a professional service where all CVs are kept confidential and will not be submitted to any clients without candidate’s knowledge or consent. This job originally appeared on RecruitIreland.com.
Louth / Meath, Dublin North
120 days ago