Job Description

Title: AD/Director, Quality Assurance, Pharma

Location: Redwood City, CA

Type of role: FTE, Full time Salary: 181K - 214K plus bonus and equity

Our direct client is seeking an Associate Director / Director Quality Assurance to join their growing company.

Job Description
  • Develop and implement GXP including GMP quality systems in accordance with ICH, FDA, EMA and global competent authority regulations and industry guidance
  • Review all GXP documents/reports especially as they relate to method development, validation activities and PPQ generation results
  • Provide compliance oversight for internal and contracted external GXP activities
  • Coordinate and implement audit plans and audit reports for all CROs, CDMOs, and GMP vendors and internal departments.
  • Coordinate and perform virtual or on-site audits as needed
  • Provide quality oversight for GMP CDMOs (including quality agreements) and manage GMP product batch record review and disposition.
  • Lead and ensure inspection readiness activities for all internal and external entities
  • Host GMP inspections. Follow up to any responses and CAPAs
  • Develop, implement, and manage the quality management systems including vendor management, change control, product label review, risk management, GXP computer systems, deviation and CAPA systems
  • Develop and implement overall GXP strategy, performance metrics, analytics, and reports
  • Ensure and record periodic SOP trainings for all employees including onboarding FTEs and contractors in the GXP system as applicable
  • Bachelor’s degree in biological sciences or related field with minimum of 10 years’ experience in a pharmaceutical setting.
  • Proven, extensive knowledge of worldwide GXP regulatory requirements, industry practices, and ability to apply concepts. Experience with GMP regulations and current industry standards.
  • Experience in designing and implementing quality systems and risk management tools
  • Experience interacting with and managing CMOs for DS and DP especially biological products
  • Experience leading/hosting US and international health authority inspections/interactions
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills are critical in our collaborative work environment
  • Must demonstrate high organizational, prioritization and management proficiencies
  • Ability to deliver in a fast-paced, small company environment and tenacity to seamlessly adjust workload based upon changing priorities

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