Quality Assurance Administrator

Recruiter
Durbin Plc
Location
Hayes, UK
Salary
Competitive
Posted
04 Aug 2019
Closes
23 Aug 2019
Ref
1206369484
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Durbin is one of the world's leading specialist medical suppliers. Established more than 50 years ago in 1963, we source and distribute pharmaceuticals, medical equipment and consumable supplies to healthcare professionals in over 180 countries.

Durbin has grown rapidly over the last five decades and our multi-lingual workforce includes pharmacists, medical engineers and nurses, as well as commercial, warehouse and logistics staff. Our philosophy has always remained the same however - to put our customers first and to supply what they want, when they want it, at a competitive price.

The Role

We are recruiting for an Administrator for the Quality Assurance / Responsible Person department.

Personal Attributes required for this Job:

Multitasking

High attention to detail

Prioritise tasks consistently

Mathematics

IT literate

Communication

Concentration

Time Management

Flexibility

Determination

Thoroughness

Efficient and reliable

Concern for Standards

Positive Self Image

Skills and Knowledge:

Essential:

Proven experience in a quality administration environment.

Essential PC skills, including Microsoft Office, Excel and Outlook.

Ability to quickly adapt to the new processes and various IT systems.

Excellent organisational skills.

Excellent attention to detail.

Good understanding of confidentiality.

Adapt to working under pressure in a fast pace environment.

Ability to work independently.

Desirable:

Knowledge of storage and distribution of pharmaceuticals under GDP.

Understanding of storage and distribution of pharmaceuticals under GDP.

Experience in warehouse or logistics environment

Job Description:

To assist the RPs on a daily basis in all aspects of their duties.

Managing the RP department Inbox.

Resolving queries from internal departments.

To organise the RP's calendar.

Provide assistance / guidance to company personnel.

Document control administration.

Handling customer product returns.

Trending and monitoring activities within the department.

Completing drug and licence applications for import and export of drugs

To assist the RPs in organising in-house training.

Drug destruction and stock control management.

Managing Purchase and Sales Orders.

Customer credits.

To launch, read, record and credit temperature loggers as necessary.

To prepare COC for the sales departments.

To carry out clerical duties including filing, photocopying, faxing, e- mailing typing and collating documents.

Other duties

Why should you join our team?

There are countless reasons to come on board our team of talented professionals, but here are just a few...

We believe in building a diverse and inclusive culture and positive employee experience

We invest in the training and the development of our employees

We value and support our people and believe we make the difference together

We offer employee benefits such as vitality health insurance, life assurance, discretionary annual bonus scheme and on site car parking.

We are committed to equal employment opportunities regardless of race, colour, ancestry, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability or gender identity. If you have a disability or any reasonable adjustment that requires accommodation, please contact us.

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