Our client, a leading pharmaceutical company based in Limerick currently has an opportunity for a Senior QA Material Supplier Specialist to join their team. This is a full time, permanent position offering an excellent salary and benefits package.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Work with a global supplier quality team to continually evaluate supplier performance and respond accordingly based on triggering criteria.
Facilitates the review and approval of supplier changes by coordinating activities with supplier and internal cross functional support teams to develop and implement appropriate strategies to qualify and support changes for raw materials and drug product components.
Co-ordinates accurate and timely qualification of raw materials including review of protocols and subsequent reports.
Supports the SCAR program (supplier corrective action reports) by collaborating with suppliers to drive root cause analysis, corrective actions and improve material quality.
Supports the maintainence of the Approved Supplier List (ASL)
Supports the resolution of quality deviations related to raw materials.
Supports regulatory, partner and internal audits.
Executes cGMP compliance documents as required
Manages and tracks continuous improvement projects using a variety of methodologies (QRM, Lean, etc.)
Responsible for all aspects of assigned Team; provides leadership and support to direct reports.
Organizes QA resources assigned to functional area to meet goals and timings; coordinates prioritization of activities with area management
. Education and Experience:
Requires BS/BA in related field and minimum 5+ years of related experience.
Dynamic team player, can work effectively and proactively on cross-functional teams with excellent communication and organizational skills
Excellent technical writing skills.
Previous experience in Supplier Quality
Supervisory experience essential.
For more information on this position please call Melissa Foley on 05821665 or apply online and a member of the Harmonics team will be in touch