Supplier Quality Auditor

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Supplier Quality Auditor

Location: Craigavon
Hours: 40 hours per week
Salary: Competitive
Business Unit: Clinical Services
Open To: Internal and External Applicants

Ref No.: HRJOB5945/3
(Please note this is a re-advertisement, if you have applied for this position within the past 6 months, we will be unable to accept your application at this time)

The Company
Almac is an exceptional, award winning, drug development solutions provider at the forefront of the pharmaceutical industry.  We are a privately owned organisation that has organically grown over 50 years and now employs in excess of 5,000 highly skilled personnel worldwide.  Our Global headquarters is located in Craigavon, Northern Ireland with additional operations throughout Europe (UK, Ireland), across the US (Pennsylvania, North Carolina and California) and in Asia (Singapore and Japan). 

Almac Clinical Services are recognised as one of the leading, multi-faceted, global solution providers within the niche and complex market of clinical trial supply.  We design and deliver bespoke packaging and logistical solutions for pharmaceutical companies conducting small or large clinical trials.  We provide the physical resources and supportive technologies to ensure that a supply of clinical material is delivered across the globe to meet the needs of those patients within the trial.

The Role
As part of the Clinical Services wider quality department, the Supplier Quality team are responsible for managing the vendor quality of third party suppliers across all areas of manufacturing, testing, packaging, labelling, depots – everything really! 

Supplier Quality Auditors are responsible for supporting the vendor management program by conducting audits to ensure quality and compliance is paramount.  This is an exciting role, offering individuals the opportunity work with third party companies and quality systems industry wide. You will also be involved with work across all departments within ACS, providing an interesting overview of the business unit and work directly with our clients as part of the client audit program too.
This is a busy, interesting and varied role which has traditionally required global travel and the chance to experience different cultures, which we hope to get back to once restrictions ease. 

Essential Criteria
If you have significant previous experience within a Pharmaceutical or Clinical Trials environment along with experience of performing internal and external audits and an in-depth understanding of GXP, we are keen to hear from you!  You will also need to possess a Degree (or equivalent) level qualification, preferably in a Life Sciences related discipline
(For further information on essential and desirable criteria, please see job description attached to the online job posting).

For the successful candidate, we offer an attractive benefits package which will include a competitive salary, annual bonus, enhanced employer pension contributions, 34 days paid annual leave, healthcare benefits and much more.

To Apply: Please submit your CV on the online job portal, clearly detailing how you meet the requirements for the role

Closing Date: 10 May 2021 at 17:00

  • Permanent
  • Craigavon
  • Closing date: Monday 10 May 2021
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