Quality Compliance Official
M-F First Shift Position
Ensure compliance with cGMP, regulatory, and internal requirements regarding the manufacturing, testing and distributing of products through formal QA Audits, investigations, training and recommendations to procedures. Evaluate and provide QA recommendations on all products, systems, and issues that are affected or may be affected by regulatory or cGMP requirements.
· Ensure a constant state of inspection readiness and that all audit observations are addressed quickly and completely to maintain readiness levels.
· Provide daily floor coverage to support compliant production, development, and testing of all products within functional areas. Audit areas to ensure compliance with cGMP, regulatory, and internal requirements.
· Complete risk assessment and minor incident investigations in response to any unexplained events encountered during manufacturing or out-of-specification lab results for functional areas. Provide input and guidance to the team conducting the investigation. Make recommendations to department management regarding results of investigation and process improvements, when necessary. Manage the CAPA system to ensure that corrective and preventative actions are made and followed up on.
· Perform cGMP audits within functional areas by conducting a thorough review of processes and documentation. Identify and communicate cGMP compliance deficiencies to Upper Management, recommend appropriate corrective actions when necessary, and perform necessary follow up with respective functional area management to ensure cGMP audit observations are implemented.
· Provide support to functional areas regarding the Change Control System by providing assessments, work closure and follow up. Recommend documentation and supporting data to include in the Change Control Request to ensure that enough information is provided to the Change Control Board so that an informed decision can be made.
· Provide final signatory review for SOPs, SWIs, and Master Manufacturing Records to ensure compliance with cGMP, regulatory and internal requirements such as company guidelines and approved procedures.
· Interact successfully within the highly energized production and regulatory environments.
· Interacts regularly with site counterparts relating to manufacturing, testing, disposition, and cold chain documentation. The incumbent must be able to communicate clearly the cGMP requirements.
Bachelor's Degree in Science, with 1-3 years experience in a GMP regulated environment.
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