Quality Officer

£18000 - £22000 per annum
02 May 2017
30 May 2017
Recruitment Genius Ltd
Public Sector
Job Level
Contract Type
Full Time
Have you ever wondered why, despite today's technology, we still struggle to find cures for conditions such as cancer, cerebral palsy, autism and arthritis? It's simple - we're all unique. What works for one of us may not work for another. That's why where some medicines fail, stem cells succeed.

This company has been founded on the mission of connecting the 7 billion potential stem cell donors worldwide - each one a potential life saver for a loved one or stranger somewhere on this planet. We want you to #BePartOfIt

About the role

The role is office based at Stockley Park, a large business park located between Hayes and West Drayton in the London Borough of Hillingdon You will be working closely with a small and friendly team within a busy and unique company. The purpose of the role will be to maintain and develop quality systems & provide support for administrative activities associated with their quality activities.

Key Duties & Responsibilities include:

- Take on leading a role in the administration of the company's electronic Quality Management System
- Participate in incident management including putting in place and reviewing corrective & preventative actions (CAPAs)
- Writing & reviewing controlled documents to ensure compliance with HTA & other relevant regulatory requirements
- Performing data reviews & approving production results
- Supplier & stock management, quality checking consumables against specification, manufacturer documentations & release criteria
- Reviewing & approving suppliers / service providers including audit of critical suppliers where required
- Performing internal & external audits of processes and equipment to determine compliance with ISO9001:2008 as well as other standards in place and identify areas for improvement
- Supporting risk management and reviewing and approving risk assessments
- Delivering training to staff on quality related procedures & policies
- Supporting regulatory authorities/customer audits of the company
- Providing advice & guidance to the team with support from other senior team members
- Ensuring compliance with all health and safety policies and procedures
- Some limited travel, mainly to ensure standards & procedures are implemented as required across all our laboratories.

Essential Skills
- An honours degree in a life sciences subject
- Proven Quality experience within an ISO9001:2008, ISO15189:2012 or GMP environment
- Excellent administrative skills
- Excellent data recording & record keeping skills with a good eye for detail
- Organisational & planning skills with the ability to plan ahead whilst delivering results to deadline

About the package

Full time permanent position (Monday-Friday) with career progression opportunities

Life insurance, pension, free parking, on site gym & a unique healthcare package

£18,000-£22,000 per annum dependant on experience

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